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Notes on Etymology of Kintradwell 1880
Notes on Etymology of Kintradwell 1880

Notes on Etymology of Kintradwell, read at Field Club Sept 7th 1880 by Dr Joass. Discusses origins of the name, following a Field Club visit to the broch. 4 sheets with metal clip.
Picture added on 17 October 2008
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