Some articles on travellers, traveller:

Scottish Travellers - Scottish Lowland Groups - Novels and Short Stories
... Scottish Traveller Tales lives shaped through stories by Donald Braid 2002—the storytelling and ballad traditions of the nomadic minority of Scottish Travellers ... in the Mist Stories of Scotland’s Travelling people by Sheila Stewart -– a collection of Traveller stories from across Scotland ... Northern Traveller tales by Robert Dawson -– traditional tales collected from Travellers in the East Midlands, North of England and Scotland ...
Scottish Travellers - See Also
... Cant (language) Romani people Occupational Travellers/Showmen) Roma New Age Travellers Irish Travellers Indigenous Norwegian Travellers Nomad ...
Scottish Travellers
... Scottish Travellers, or the people termed loosely Gypsies and Tinkers in Scotland, consist of a number of diverse, unrelated communities, with groups speaking a ... There are three distinct communities that identify themselves as Gypsies or Travellers in Scotland Indigenous Highland Travellers Funfair Travellers, or Showmen Romanichals (a subgroup of ...
Scottish Travellers - Non-Romani Groups - Indigenous Highland Travellers - Origins and Customs
... The Highland Traveller community has a long history in Scotland going back, at least in record, to the 12th century as a form of employment and one of the first records of that name states ... counterparts, there are several theories regarding the origin of Scottish Highland travellers, one being they are descended from the Picts, excommunicated clergy, to ... Highland travellers are distinct both culturally and linguistically from other Gypsy groups like the Romani, including the Romanichal, Lowland Scottish Travellers, Eastern European Roma and Welsh Kale ...
Lewis Hutchinson - Criminal Career
... Shortly after Hutchinson's arrival in Jamaica, travellers began to disappear, and suspicion started to mount ... they would become the target of Hutchinson's rifle, travellers would rest at the castle, only to succumb to the Mad Doctor's attack ... He would shoot lone travellers and was said to feed on the flow of his victims' blood as well as dismember them ...

Famous quotes containing the word travellers:

    Rosalind. Well, this is the forest of Arden.
    Touchstone. Ay, now am I in Arden, the more fool I.
    When I was at home, I was in a better place, but travellers must be content.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    We travellers are in very hard circumstances. If we say nothing but what has been said before us, we are dull and have observed nothing. If we tell anything new, we are laughed at as fabulous and romantic.
    Mary Wortley, Lady Montagu (1689–1762)

    As it grew darker, I was startled by the honking of geese flying low over the woods, like weary travellers getting in late from Southern lakes, and indulging at last in unrestrained complaint and mutual consolation. Standing at my door, I could hear the rush of their wings; when, driving toward my house, they suddenly spied my light, and with hushed clamor wheeled and settled in the pond. So I came in, and shut the door, and passed my first spring night in the woods.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)