Last Updated 7th July 2005
MacEwen, Lawrence (2002) The Isle of Muck - A Short Guide. Published Privately.
GenealogyMacLean Sinclair. The Clan Gillean
Not in print but if you can find it in a library is a reasonably comprehensive genealogy of the Clan MacLean, including the MacLeans of Muck.
MacLean, JP (1889) A History of the Clan MacLean
Another genealogy of the Clan MacLean.
EmigrantsMacDougall, JL (1922) History of Inverness County, Nova Scotia.
Has information about some of the people who emigrated from Muck in the early 19th century. (I think that it has just been reprinted by a publishers in Canada.)
Whyte, Donald (1986) Dictionary of Scottish Emigrants to Canada Before Confederation
Natural HistoryDobson RH and Dobson RM (1985) The natural history of the Muck Islands, North Ebudes 1. Introduction and vegetation with a list of vascular plants. Glasgow Naturalist 21(1): 13-38
Dobson RH and Dobson RM (1986) The natural history of the Muck Islands, North Ebudes 3. Seabirds and Wildfowl. Glasgow Naturalist 21(2): 183-199
Dobson RH (1988) The natural history of the Muck Islands, North Ebudes 5. Landbirds. Glasgow Naturalist 21(4):
Evans PP and Flower WU (1967) The birds of the Small Isles. Scottish Birds 4: 404-445
Dobson RH (1984) Manx Shearwaters breeding in the Isle of Muck. Glasgow Naturalist 20: 491
Harker A and Barrow G (1908) The geology of the Small Isles of Inverness-shire. Memoirs of the Geological Survey 60: 1-120
Harrison, JW Heslop (1939) The flora of the islands of Rhum, Eigg, Canna, Sanday, Muck, Eilean nan Each, Hyskeir, Soay and Pabbay. Proceedings of the University of Durham Philosophy Society 10: 87-123
Murray CW and Birks HJB (2005) The Botanist in Skye and Adjacent Islands: An Annotated Check-list of the Vascular Plants of the Islands of Skye, Raasay, Rona, Rum, Eigg, Muck, Canna, Scarpay and Soay
Some other good books about areas of the West Coast of ScotlandCurrie, Jo (2001) Mull: The island and its People. Birlinn
Amazing detail about the main families in Mull