4 edition of Anns an dùthaich = found in the catalog.
Anns an dùthaich =
Text in English and Scottish Gaelic.
|Other titles||In the country.|
|Statement||Norma Martin and Christine MacLeod ; [illustrations, Merlyn Gudgeon].|
|Series||Gaelic nursery language links -- 6|
|Contributions||MacLeod, Christine., Gudgeon, Merlyn., Edinburgh (Scotland.). Education Department.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||14 p. :|
|Number of Pages||14|
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He also corrected the language errors in Anne's texts. Ina scientific edition of Anne's texts was published.
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