BIBLIOGRAPHY FOR 'SCOTTISH TOPONYMICS'
compiled by Simon Taylor
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SOME IMPORTANT SOURCES FOR EARLY FORMS OF SCOTTISH PLACE-NAMES
Close, Rob, 2001, The Street Names of Ayr (Ayr: Ayrshire Archaeological and Natural History Society).
Dorward, David, 1998, Dundee: Names, People and Places (Edinburgh).
Foreman, Carol, 2007, Glasgow Street Names (new edition, Edinburgh; first edition Street Names of the City of Glasgow (Edinburgh 1997).
Harris, Stuart, 2002, The Place Names of Edinburgh (paperback edn, Steve Savage, London and Edinburgh; first published in hardback 1996, Gordon Wright Publishing Ltd.).
Kirkcaldy Civic Society 1975, Kirkcaldy: Origin of Street Names (Kirkcaldy) [based on Kirkcaldy: Street Origins, compiled by pupils and teachers of the North Primary School, Kirkcaldy, May 1975, as their contribution to an exhibition to mark the discontinuance of Kirkcaldy Town Council].
Maclean, Roddy, 2004, The Gaelic Place Names and Heritage of Inverness (Inverness).
Orr, David, 2008, Kirriemuir: Its Streets & Place Names (Friends of Kirriemuir Gateway to the Glens Museum).
Pitcairn, Sheila, 2000, A History of the Old “Fitpaths” and Streets of Dunfermline, Then and Now: also Crossford, Halbeath, Rosyth, Townhill & Wellwood (Dunfermline).
Smart, Robert N., and Fraser, Kenneth C., 1995, St Andrews Street Names (St Andrews).
Whyte, A. B., 2001 (1999), Forfar: its Streets and its Places (Volume One) (Forfar and District Historical Society).
Williamson, May G., no date (1980s), The Origin of Burntisland and Kinghorn Street Names (Kirkcaldy District Council).
Williamson, May G., no date (early 1990s), The Origins of Street Names in South Queensferry and Dalmeny.
Williamson, May G., 1996, The Origins of Street Names in Dalkeith (ISBN 1 900215012).