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http://www.carmichaelwatson.lib.ed.ac.uk/docs/3.pdf ALEXANDER CARMICHAEL - Dates and People (moved to Oban in 1878
wikipedia ref to A Carmichael
Alexander Carmichael (1 December 1832, Taylochan, Lismore - 6 June 1912, Edinburgh) was a writer and folklorist, best known for his multi volume work Carmina Gadelica.
He was an exciseman and in the course of his travels was able to collect extensive folkore. His daughter Ella who continued to publish his work after his death was married to Scottish Gaelic scholar William J. Watson.
Books
* Carmina Gadelica, 1900
* Popular Tales of the West Highlands, 1862


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