Archival prints of Scottish emigration.

Two maps are now available as prints: pre-Revolutionary migrations of the Scottish Highlanders & Scots-Irish and Scottish Highlanders' immigration to Canada. Scroll down to see these images.

They have been employed in a variety of media for The Scotsman, Clan MacMillan International, Clan MacLean and other Scottish-related organizations. These images are unique, the only two graphics to be found online specific to these subjects. After receiving numerous requests for prints, I've made them available for sale.

Archival prints

These maps are printed to order with archival ink on premium archival paper. Also known as Giclée printing, this process is known for its quality, detail, color saturation and longevity. They will resist fading or discoloration for decades if properly cared for. These are printed on Hahnemühle Museum Etching Paper, a thicker, natural white, slightly textured,100% cotton rag stock. As implied, this is a museum-quality medium. All prints are signed and dated.

Ordering information

To order or enquire further please contact Mike McMillen at 612.827.2174 or by email. Each print is $180 which includes packaging and 2-day priority postage (USPS) within the lower 48 states. All prints are mailed flat. Order both (shipped at the same time to the same address) for $320. Checks and money orders only. Prints are mailed once checks have cleared.

Migrations of Scotch-Irish and Scottish Highlanders to Pre-Revolutionary America

A map of the Pre-Revolutionary Migrations of the Scottish Highlanders & Scots-Irish 

A unique18th century-style print illustrating the migration routes and settlements of these two key immigrant groups prior to the American Revolution. This map also appeared in an article in The Scotsman online. Size: 14.4" x 18.6" live image centered on a 17" x 22" sheet. See an enlargement...

Scots Highlanders immigration routes and settlements in Canada.

A map of Scottish Highlanders' Immigration to Canada

A unique18th century-style print illustrating the migration and settlements of Highlanders to Canada from Scotland and the American Colonies prior to, during and immediately after the American Revolution. Size: 19.8" x 12.8" live area centered on a 22" x 17" sheet. See an enlargement...