The Black book of Clan Ranald.Language: Scottish Gaelic Publication details: [s.l] : [s.n], [1975?].Description: 1 ring binder with loose pages] ; 21x26cmSubject(s):
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Manuscript given by the Clanranalds to the National Museum of Antiquities in 1944.
Includes loosely inserted six pages of typewritten notes probably by Ronald Black and a letter by the same.
This is a photographic record of the original manuscript which is held by the Dept. of History and Applied Art [Adlib Acc. No. H. MCR 40].
Containing miscellaneous material in Gaelic, Irish, and English, including a history of the Macdonalds, written in the 17th and 18th centuries.