Black, Ronald





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Black, Ronald, “The Gaelic Academy. Appendix: the Ingliston papers”, Scottish Gaelic Studies 15 (1988): 103–121.

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Article
“The Gaelic Academy. Appendix: the Ingliston papers”
Periodical
Scottish Gaelic Studies 15 (1988)
Scottish Gaelic Studies 15 (1988), University of Aberdeen.
Volume
15
Pages
103–121
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General
Black, Ronald, “The Gaelic Academy: the cultural commitment of the Highland Society of Scotland”, Scottish Gaelic Studies 14:2 (1986): 1–38.
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Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of ScotlandRoyal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland
Highland Society of Scotland

Originally the Highland Society of Scotland, a Scottish society founded in Edinburgh in 1784 to further the economy and living conditions of the Highlands and the Scottish islands as well as the preservation of Highland culture and traditions. Its current name was adopted in 1834, when its focus had shifted towards agricultural activities.


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