The Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Inverness are published every two years and copies are provided to all subscribing members of the Society. Additionally there are in excess of 60 societies and libraries which subscribe to the Transactions.

Non-members of the society can purchase copies of the Transactions through our online Shop.

The Transactions contain between 10 and 15 papers and lectures delivered at meetings of the Society.  They cover a wide variety of topics, mainly related to Gaelic and the Highlands. Having been produced for over 100 years, the Transactions now form a valuable source of information regarding Gaelic and related subjects.

Indexes for Volumes I to LXVII of the Transactions are available in PDF format, as follows:

TGSI Index (classified)

TGSI Index (by subject)

Among the Societies and Libraries which have subscribed in recent years are the following:


  • British Library, London.

  • Bodleian Library, Oxford.

  • Cambridge University Library.

  • National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh.

  • Trinity College Library, Dublin.

  • National Library of Wales, Aberystwyth.



  • Aberdeen, University Library.

  • Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Francis Xavier University.

  • Argyll, County Library, Dunoon.

  • Bangor, Gwynedd, University College of North Wales.

  • Bedord Park, South Australia, The Flinders University.

  • Boston, Massachusetts, USA, Public Library.

  • Brest, France, Centre de Recherche Breton et Celtique.

  • California, USA, University Library.

  • Cambridge, Anglo–Saxon, Norse and Celtic Library, Faculty of English.

  • Cambridge, Mass., USA, Harvard College Library.

  • Chicago, USA,, University Library.

  • Cleveland, Ohio, USA, Public Library.

  • Columbia, Sout Carolina, USA, Thomas Cooper Library.

  • Dingwall, Academy Library.

  • Dingwall, Ross and Cromarty Divisional Library.

  • Dublin, Institute for Advanced Studies.

  • Dublin, Department of Irish Folklore, University College.

  • Dublin, National Library.

  • Dublin, Royal Irish Academy.

  • Dublin, University College Library.

  • Dundee, University Library.

  • Edinburgh, Central Library.

  • Edinburgh, National Trust for Scotland.

  • Edinburgh, Royal Celtic Society.

  • Edinburgh, Royal Scottish Geographical Society.

  • Edinburgh, Saltire Society.

  • Edinburgh, School of Scottish Studies.

  • Edinburgh, Signet Library.

  • Edinburgh, Society of Antiquaries of Scotland.

  • Edinburgh, University Library.

  • Elgin, Moray Library.

  • Fort Augustus, Abbey Library.

  • Fort William, West Highland Museum.

  • Gairloch Heritage Museum.

  • Galway, University College Library.

  • Glasgow, Mitchell Library.

  • Glasgow, University Library.

  • Gottingen, West Germany, State University.

  • Guelph, Ontario, Canada, University Library.

  • Inverness Divisional Library.

  • Inverness Museum and Art Gallery.

  • Iowa, USA, University Library.

  • London, House of Commons Library.

  • London, Institute of Historical Research.

  • London, London Library.

  • Lund, Sweden, University Library.

  • Mainz, Germany, Johannes Gutenberg–Universitat.

  • Newberry, Chicago, Illinois, USA, Public Library.

  • New York, Cornell University Library.

  • New York, Modern Language Association of America.

  • New York, Public Library.

  • Oban, High School Library.

  • Oslo, Universitets Biblioteket.

  • Oxford, Taylor Institute Library.

  • Philadelphia, USA, St Andrew’s Society.

  • Plockton High School, Ross-shire.

  • Portree High School.

  • San Marino, California, USA, Henry E. Huntingdon Library and Art Gallery.

  • Skye, Sabhal Mòr Ostaig.

  • St Andrew’s, University Library.

  • Stanford, California, USA, University Library.

  • Stornoway, Nicolson Institute Library.

  • Stornoway, Western Isles Libraries.

  • Toronto, University Library.

  • Uppsala, Sweden, University Library.

  • Washington, USA, Library of Congress.

  • Wellington, New Zealand, National Library.