MacBain's work on names of places deals with the Celtic names of pre-Gaelic origin which he calls 'Pictish', with Gaelic names, and with names of Norse origin which have been transmitted through Gaelic. The area from which he took his materials was chiefly Inverness-shire, Sutherland, and Lewis.
This volume includes his three Louisiana articles combined: "Louisiana: Louisiana
Place Names of Indian Origin" (1927), "More Indian Place Names in Louisiana" (1928), and "Indian Words" (1931). Joining Alabama''s reprint of "Indian Places Names in Alabama" and "Florida Place ...
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