Clan MacDougall is one of the oldest clans of the Scottish Highlands. In the 12th and 13th centuries its Chiefs ruled over a large and semi-autonomous principality in Argyll and the Isles. Like the MacDonalds, the MacDougalls are direct descendants of the great Somerled, and their history is intertwined with that of both the Norse and Scottish kings. Their loyalty to the Stewart kings in the 17th and 18th centuries brought them into direct conflict with the Hanoverian government and their principal supporters in Scotland, Clan Campbell. This history, authorised by the 30th Chief of the Clan, provides a wonderful introduction to the history and personalities of the chiefly line of the MacDougalls, paying particular attention to this critical period in their history. Related families include: Carmichael, Conacher, Coull, Cowan, Cowie, Dougall, Dowall, Livingston, MacConacher, MacCoull, MacCowan, MacCulloch, MacDole, MacDowall, MacDulothe, MacEachan, MacEachern, MacHowell, MacKichan, MacLucas, MacLugash, MacLulich, MacNarnell, Macoul, Macowl.
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