1 edition of Craignish tales found in the catalog.
|Statement||collected by the Rev. J. McDougal, etc. ; edited, with notes on the war dress of the Celts, by Lord Archibald Campbell.|
|Series||Waifs and strays of Celtic tradition -- I|
|Contributions||Campbell, Archibald, Lord, 1846-1913., McDougal, James, Rev.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv,,98p.,  plates ;|
|Number of Pages||98|
Craignish tales and others (London, D. Nutt, ), by Archibald Campbell (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Ueber die Nationalität der Kelten. (Passau, Druck von J. Bucher, ), by Joseph Rott (page images at HathiTrust). FOLK TALES AND FAIRY LORE [DA 2] [Blank] [DA 3] Folk Tales and Fairy Lore IN GAELIC AND ENGLISH COLLECTED FROM ORAL TRADITION BY REV. JAMES MACDOUGALL SOMETIME MINISTER OF DUROR Author of “Craignish Tales,” and “Folk and Hero Tales” EDITED WITH INTRODUCTION AND NOTES BY REV. GEORGE CALDER, B.D. MINISTER OF STRATHFILLAN .
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New York, AMS Press . Additional Physical Format: Online version: Campbell, Archibald, Lord, Craignish tales and others. London, D. Nutt, (OCoLC) Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of California and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user : Full text of "[Craignish tales and others] other formats This is a digital copy of a book that was preserved for generations on library shelves before it was carefully scanned by Google as part of a project to make the world's books discoverable online.
Determined to preserve this important local culture, he collected and published anecdotes and stories associated with the folklore of Craignish in a book titled Craignish Tales. One such story speaks of MacLabhartaich na h-Airde, or McLarty of Aird, and his ingenious defence of Craignish from incoming invaders from Islay.
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Waifs and Strays of Celtic Tradition; [Craignish and Other Tales] Ed., Craignish tales book Notes on Craignish tales book War Dress of the CeltsAuthor: Lord Archibald Campbell.
From the book, HISTORY OF ARKANSAS, page - published in William Alexander McGhee is without doubt among the leading farmers of Casa Township, as these facts amply was born in Washington County, Tenn., on January 8,his father's (compiler's. A book of fairy tales - S. Baring-Gould () A book of giants; tales of very tall men of myth, legends, history, and science by W.
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& III. Folk & hero tales from Argyllshire, Gaelic & English -- IV. The Fians, Gaelic & English -- V. Clan traditions and popular tales. [Titles of individual volumes taken from spines.] Shelfmark: Oss Additional NLS resources: Library catalogue record; More information.
Waifs and Strays of Celtic Tradition: [Craignish and Other Tales] Ed., with Notes on the War Dress of the Celts, by Lord A. Campbell.-V.2, Folk and (Book). The first volume has a section called ‘Craignish Tales’, and since Craignish is where we live, I’ve been reading these with particular interest.
Even the titles are alluring – for example, ‘ The Hoof-prints of Scota’s Steed’, ‘The Fair-haired Lady of Craignish’, and ‘The Stag-haunted Stream’. The Maclartys gave name to Eilean Mhic Labhartaich or MacLarty's Island (opposite Gartcharran) and to Sgeir Dubh Mhic Labhartaich or MacLarty's Black Rock (MacDougall, "Craignish tales," p.
39). McClairtyMcLartie &&&&&&. A diversity of subject matter is included ranging from children’s fairy tales to academic studies of Celtic ethnology, philology and sociology.
All aspects of Celtic culture and mythology are covered including, for example; literature, poetry, art, folk-lore, legends, superstitions, tradition, religion, hymns, artefacts and antiquities and Gaelic Rating: % positive. Craignish Tales and Others by Archibald Campbell avg rating — 0 ratings — published — 7 editions.
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AboutMr. Alexander Campbell, second son of Campbell of Craignish, was employed by John Duke of Argyll to examine and sort his archives and charters, and he left what is called the "Craignish manuscript." Thus family history agrees with tradition.
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THE CRAIGNISH VERSION. One of the accounts derived from the 17th century writings was the manuscript history of the Campbells of Craignish written by Alexander Campbell in about and edited by the 20th century Campbell genealogist Herbert Campbell for the Scottish History Society.
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