The Scotish Gaël;
or, Celtic manners, as preserved among the Highlanders: being an historical and descriptive account of the inhabitants, antiquities, and national peculiarities of Scotland; more particularly of the northern, or Gaëlic parts of the country, where the singular habits of the aboriginal Celts are most tenaciously retained.
By the late James Logan...Ed., with memoir and notes, by the Rev. Alex. Stewart...
|Main Author:||Logan, James, 1794?-1872.|
|Related Names:||Stewart, Alexander , ed.|
Inverness, H. Mackenzie; [etc., etc., 1876?]
Highlands (Scotland) > Highlands (Scotland) / Social life and customs.
"Table of clan tartans": v. 2, p. -424.
col. front., illus., plates (part col.) coat of arms.
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