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Badenoch: Its History, Clans and Place Names
Media: DATA CD - 1 CD
Author: A. MacBain
Badenoch is an isolated region in the mid-Grampian Mountains, with the Monadhlia range forming its northern boundary. Its western border runs along the center of Drum-Albyn, and its interior is intersected by the River Spey. While only 17 miles wide and 32 miles long, it contains more important family history and monumental events than practically any other region in Scotland. It was home to the Wolf of Badenoch, to the Mackintoshes and Clan Chattan, the Gordons, Comyns, and Grants.
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