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Fortifications on the North Sutor and South Sutor

Find out more about the fortifications on the North Sutor and South Sutor entrances to the Cromarty Firth which were created prior to the 1914-1918 War and added to during the 1939-45 conflict. 

08 .... yet another building and the Moray Firth in the background.

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Medieval Cromarty

Find out the results of four seasons of archaeological work in Cromarty which were revealed at a seminar in the town in November 2016.

Cromarty medieval

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Cromarty History

A guide produced by Cromarty and District Community Council

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Statistical Accounts

On the 25 May 1790, Sir John Sinclair, Baronet of Ulbster in Caithness wrote to over nine hundred Parish ministers throughout Scotland asking them to contribute to a Statistical Inquiry by answering as best they could,a series of one hundred and sixty-six Queries respecting each Parish.

The New (or Second) Statistical Account of Scotland built on the previous work carried out by Sir John Sinclair for the First Statistical Accounts by including the knowledge of local doctors and schoolmasters. The Second Statistical Accounts were published between 1834 and 1845.