A visit to the Island of Sanday
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Published by Cienfuegos Press in Sanday .
Written in English


  • Sanday, Orkney Islands -- History.

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Edition Notes

Originally published, as the introductionto "Sanday church history". Kirkwall , W.R. Mackintosh, 1912.

Statementby Alexander Goodfellow.
LC ClassificationsDA880.S/
The Physical Object
Pagination(9),21p. :
Number of Pages21
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19859688M
ISBN 10090456410X

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