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Louis Stott

Louis Stott (1934-2021) was a local historian and literary scholar based in Aberfoyle. He was a founder member of the Loch Ard Local History Group and the author of a number of books on Scottish history and literature including Scottish History in Verse, a book on the Aberfoyle Slate Quarries and the recently re-published The Enchantment of the Trossachs.

See also “Celebrating Strathard history with our own resident historian, Louis Stott

All archive items by Louis Stott:

Enchantment of the Trossachs

Published In 1992  by Creag Darach Publications.Written by Louis Stott ISBN 1 874585008 32 pages including extensive Bibliography. £2.40 at time of publication.
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Aberfoyle Slate Quarries

Written by Louis Stott and published by Stirling Council in 2008. 56 pages and priced at £4.99. Available from Aberfoyle Post Office and Stirling Libraries.
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Falls in the Trossachs

By Louis Stott There are several significant waterfalls in proximity to Loch Ard. The striking Waterfall of the Little Fawn is above Aberfoyle, close to…
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The Cunninghame Graham Country

By Louis Stott Robert Bontine Cunninghame Graham’s first book Notes on the District of Menteith (1895), is a series of elegant, witty, and quite inimitable…
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The Tetrarch of Aberfoyle

By Louis Stott Reproduced from The Voice with kind permission John Graham of Duchray was known both as ‘Highland Hector’, and as ‘Tetrarch of Aberfoyle’,…
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Inversnaid

By Louis Stott Reproduced from The Voice with kind permission Farewell to the land where the clouds love to rest, Like the shroud of the…
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