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Reflections of Uist

Reflections of Uist

Reflections of Uist by Margaret Callan from Claddach Kirkibost in North Uist. Tracks Include: Air a'Leabaidh 's Mi 'm Onar (Alone on my bed) * Moladh Uibhist (In praise of Uist) * Puirt * Aoidh, na Dean Cadal Idir (Guest, do not sleep) * O Hao, O Hao, 's Mi Fo Mhighean (I am discontented) * Mo Dhonnchaidh-sa Bh'ann (He was my Duncan) * Taighean Geala (White houses) * Puirt * An Eala Bhan (The white swan) * Eilean Uaine Mo Ghraidh (My beloved green isle) * Ille Dhuinn (Brown haired lad). Reflections of Uist.

North Uist and Berneray Map. Tuff Map. Laminated Map. Explorer. North Uist & Berneray (1:25k).

North Uist in History and Legend Like all the Hebrides, North Uist has a fascinating history, and a landscape scattered with historic sites, from Neolithic burial chambers and Iron Age forts, though medieval churches and battle-sites, to townships forged in the days of kelp trade, and the subsequent traumas of clearance and emigration. Of all the Western Isles, none has closer links with the turbulent history of Clan Donald than North Uist, and stories of their chiefs and battles are linked with sites all through the island, all set in a landscape which is one of the most varied and beautiful in the Hebrides. Bill Lawson has woven a tapestry of stories about the island and its people, drawing on formal recorded history and also the rich tradition of story and song in which the informal history of the people was passed down, but also incorporating many of his personal reminiscences of his travels through the island, to give a unique insight into North Uist and the life of its people through the ages.

 

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