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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 James Logan.

APA Citation

Logan, J. (1846). 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. 5th American ed. Hartford: S. Andrus and son.

MLA Citation

Logan, James, 1794?-1872. 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. 5th American ed. Hartford: S. Andrus and son, 1846.

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