The Clans, Septs & Regiments of the Scottish Highlands

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Genealogical Publishing Com, 1970 - Reference - 624 pages
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Contents

ANCIENT ALBA AND THE RISE OF THE HIGHLAND CLAN SYSTEM400 BC to AD 1286
3
THE HIGHLANDS AND CLANSHIP UNDER THE HOUSE OF BRUCE
26
THE HIGHLAND CLAN SYSTEM UNDER THE ROYAL STEWARTS AND DOWN TO THE BATTLE OF CULLODEN
44
THE HIGHLANDS AFTER CULLODEN
75
STRUCTURE OF THE CLAN SYSTEM
93
THE CLAN SYSTEM DESCRIBED
95
THE LAW OF THE CLAN
141
THE CLANS OF THE SCOTTISH HIGHLANDS
202
HIGHLAND FORCES
437
THE HIGHLAND R3EGIMENTS PAST AND PRESENT
439
CLAN INSIGNIA AND HERALDRY
481
ARMORIAL BEARINGS IN THE CLAN SYSTEM
483
NOTES ON THE PLATES OF CLAN TARTANS
524
CLAN LISTS AND STATISTICS
537
DESIGNATIONS OF HIGHLAND CLAN CHIEFS AND CHIEFTAINS
539
BADGES OF CLANS AND FAMILIES
541

THE SEPTS OF THE HIGHLAND CLANS
295
CELTIC CULTURE
349
THE HIGHLAND GARB
351
THE TARTAN
385
HIGHLAND SURNAMES AND TITLES
396
HIGHLAND MUSIC
413
THE GAELIC AND OTHER CELTIC LANGUAGES
431
SLOGANS OR WAR CRIES OF HIGHLAND CLANS
545
DISTINCTIVE CLAN PIPE MUSIC
547
LIST OF CLAN SEPTS AND DEPENDENTS ARRANGED UNDER THE CLANS WITH WHICH THEY ARE CONNECTED
554
ALPHABETICAL LIST OF CLAN SEPTS AND DEPENDENTS SHOWING THE CLANS WITH WHICH THEY ARE CONNECTED
560
APPENDICES
571
LIST OF CLANS IN ORDER OF PRECEDENCE
618
INDEX
619

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