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Works Cited
  1. Cass McGann, Arisaid, USA: Pennsylvania State: Reconstructing History™ 2064 South Delaware Drive, Easton, Pennsylvania 18042, Téléphone: +1-610-253-6916 © 1997.
  2. Mara M.E. Riley, Clothing of the Ancient Celts, © 1997.
  3. Albert MacKie, Scottish Pageantry, pg 22-23, 26-7, 109, 120-130, 163-4, 173-5, 236-40, © 1967, London: Hutchinson & Co Ltd
  4. Dugald Mitchell MD, History of the Highlands and Gaelic Scotland From the Earliest Times to the Close of the 'Forty Five, pgs 340-374, 381-405, © 1900, Paisley, Scotland: Alexander Gardner, Publisher to Her Majesty the Queen
  5. Ian MacKenzie, Historic Highlanders: Highland Attire, USA: New Hampshire State: Historic Highlanders, P.O. Box 1403, 35 Brenda Drive, Derry, NH 03038 Téléphone: +1-603-437-1141 © 2000.
  6. Walter Yeeling Evans-Wentz (1878–1965), The Fairy Faith in Celtic Countries, robe of offering, Atlantic Highlands, N.J.: Humanities Press or Citadel Press, Original: London, New York, H. Frowde © 1911, 1977, 1990 ISBN: 0806511605
  7. Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia, Scotland, Outer Hebrides, Berneray
  8. Bagpipes of the World

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