Deeside (book)

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Deeside
Deeside.jpg
Author Robert Anderson
Illustrator William Smith (jnr)
Country Scotland
Language English
Publisher Adam & Charles Black, 4 Soho Square, London
Publication date
1911
Media type Hardcover
Pages 174

Deeside is book published in 1911 describing the geography, and history of Deeside, in Aberdeenshire, Scotland.

It is a wide-ranging book that describes the geography of the Dee Valley from the source of the River Dee in the Cairngorms to its mouth at Aberdeen, and its history.

Table of contents[edit]

  • Chapter 1 - Introductory
  • Chapter 2 - The Sources - The Aberdeenshire Highlands
  • Chapter 3 - Braemar - The Jacobites
  • Chapter 4 - Invercauld To Balmoral
  • Chapter 5 - Balmoral - The Royal Residence
  • Chapter 6 - Crathie Church - Abergeldie Castle
  • Chapter 7 - Lochnagar - Glenmuick
  • Chapter 8 - Ballater
  • Chapter 9 - Aboyne And Glentanar
  • Chapter 10 - Aboyne To Banchory
  • Chapter 11 - Banchory - Crathes Castle
  • Chapter 12 - Lower Deeside - Drum Castle