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Landsat-5 satellite image The location of the Orkney Islands off the north coast of northern Scotland in Great Britain. ORKNEY ISLANDS 59N 3W
+ NORTH ORKNEY Papay Westray
North Ronaldsay Sanday Faray Eday Landsat-5 satellite image
The Orkney islands of Scotland. The named islands make up the portion of Orkney included in Penn States North Orkney Population History Project.
A view over the island of Eday, north Orkney. Because of its higher elevations and wetter climate, Eday has abundant natural deposits of peat, which was once cut and exported to the rest of north Orkney for use as fuel. An abandoned farmhouse on the island of Faray, north Orkney. Archaeological surveys of old farmsteads and detailed mapping of the physical landscape allow us to link demographic records on households to the sites they once occupied. The abandoned croft complex of Haouse on the island of Westray, the single most complicated of the farmsteads included in our historical archaeological survey. Behind it is the tidal bay called The Ouse, where
the original Viking settlers landed in the tenth century. Like most place names in north Orkney, Ouse and Haouse are Norse (Scandinavian) in origin and probably date to the Viking period. Turnips (introduced in the 19th century) Bere, an old Scottish landrace of barley The staple food and fodder crops of
nineteenth-century Orkney Potatoes (introduced in the 17th or 18th century) Black oats North Ronaldsay sheep, a rare and ancient breed once confined to the Orkney Islands. Most of the year they are kept on the shingle (stony beachfront) where they graze on seaweed. Ancient stone walls keep them away from cultivated land.
Feeding hens in north Orkney, c. 1900 Commercial work in north Orkney, c. 1900 Burning seaweed to produce kelp, a source of alkali for the production of glass and
industrial dyes. Packing dried fish(mostly cod and saithe) for export. Spinning wool to make knitted goods for sale.
A lobster fisherman on his way to work. Hoisting cattle onto a steamer, c. 1900. A page from the 1870 register of deaths for the island of Sanday. Vital registers of births, marriages, and deaths, along with census data, allow a detailed reconstruction of the demography of
north Orkney from the mid-nineteenth century to the present. Traditional farm buildings in Orkney A reconstructed farmhouse interior in Orkney. Drying fish hang over
the fireplace, in which peat is burning. The barrel to the left is for brewing ale. Note the flagstone floor. A traditional box bed, South Hammer,
Westray. To keep warm, up to eight people (adults and children) would sleep in such a box bed with its shudders closed. An old byre (cattle shed), Sangar, Westray. Huge slabs of flagstone were erected on edge to form cattle stalls. An old barn with a cylindrical
grain-drying kiln, Nether Brough, Westray. Orkney farm work, c. 1900 Women plowing with a horse and pony Singling neeps (thinning turnips) with hoes
Harvesting grain with a scythe. The women in the background are tying sheaves. A womna grinding oats with a quernstone, c. 1900. Harrowing by hand, c. 1900
Hired laborers on a large Orkney farm, c. 1900 Making haystacks , c. 1900 The abandoned croft of North Skaill, Westray. The house is fairly modern, dating from about 1920. Cott, a very old farmstead on the deserted island of Faray. Note the flagstone roof.
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