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A History of Rannoch
REFERENCES/SOURCES OF INFORMATION


Discovery and Excavation……………Scottish Regional Group of the Council for British Archeology

Red and White Book of Menzies………………………………......
Black Book of Taymout………………………………..................
The Robertsons………………………Ian Moncreiffe
Chiefs of Clan Donnachaidh…………J. Robertson
General History of the Highlands……John Keltie
Historic Scenes in Perthsire………….William Marshall, D.D.
Highland Clearances………………….Alexander MacKenzie
Discovering the Historical Highlands…Norman Hillson
The Clan Cameron…………………….C.L. Fraser
Clan Gregor……………………………Forbes MacGregor
The Stewarts…………………………..John Stewart of Ardvorlich
The History of the MacDonalds……….Alexander MacDonald
A Three Weeks Tour of Rannoch……..An Octogenarian
A Military History of Perthsire…………The Marchioness of Tullibardine
Forfeited Estates Papers……………………………….............. 

Statistical Accounts of Perthshire………………………………

Fair Perthshire………………………..Hamish Miles
A Highland Parish…………………….A. Stewart
Schiehallion……………………………Rev. J. Sinclair
Highland Folk Ways…………………..I. F. Grant 

I would like to thank Sir Donald Cameron of Lochiel and Miss H. MacDougall of MacDougall for helpful information.  I would also like to acknowledge all the books from which I have picked up snippets of information about Rannoch in the last 15 years  but alas, I regret to say that I have neglected to note either their titles or authors’ names.  Members of Rannoch Local History Society have helped, but none more so than Molly, my wife, who has patiently read through these pages correcting errors and making valuable suggestions.


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