Harris: In History and Legend




Occupying the southernmost part of the largest of the Western Isles, Harris boasts some of the most ruggedly beautiful and unspoilt landscape in Scotland. It is also extremely rich in archaeological remains, from the Neolithic Clach MhicLeoid (MacLeod’s Stone) on the wild headland of Aird Nisabost, to the exquisite sixteenth-century St Clement’s Church at Rodel. This book introduces the reader to the events that have shaped the island’s history and also dips into the local legends, traditions and tales.

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