Eighty Years in the Highlands


The life and times of Osgood H Mackenzie of Inverewe  1842 – 1922

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The life of Osgood Mackenzie, creator of the world famous Inverewe Garden, in the context of his Wester Ross community.  Pauline Butler details the childhood years of Osgood Mackenzie – a time of destitution and famine, explains his significant roles as a local ‘heritor’ and explores his interest in horticulture, farming, natural history and Gaelic culture.  Contemporary photographs, newspapers and guidebooks, school log books, his own memoirs and other family papers reveal a complex individual and provide a fascinating contribution to our understanding of the Highlands during Osgood’s life time.

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Weight .630 kg
Dimensions 23.6 × 16.2 × 2.3 cm


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