- Title Pages
- Chapter One Scotland, Ireland and the Land Question
- Chapter Two ‘A Sort of Fenian Conclave in the Country’: The Development of a Highland Land Question
- Chapter Three ‘Blessed are Those who Expect Little, for They Shall not be Disappointed’: Alleged and Actual Irish Involvement in the Development of the ‘Crofters’ War’, 1877–1880
- Chapter Four ‘An Obscure Hall in East Nile Street’: Urban Radicalism and the ‘Crofters’ War’, 1881–1882
- Chapter Five ‘The Active Propaganda of Socialist Agitation’: Strands of Land and Social Reform in Ireland and the Highlands
- Chapter Six ‘A Scotch Parnellite Party’: Land, Home Rule and the Third Reform Act
- Chapter Seven ‘Two Tribes which Sprang from the Same Stock’: Celtic Solidarity and Political Realignment in the Highlands, 1886–1895
- Chapter Eight ‘The Highlands have Reaped what Michael Davitt has Sown’: Legislation and Agitation to the Great War
- Chapter Nine Conclusion
- Manuscript Sources
- Printed Primary Sources
- Secondary Sources
- Ireland, Radicalism, and the Scottish Highlands, c.1870-1912
- Edinburgh University Press
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