Rum - A landscape without figures
Title: Rum - A landscape without figures
Author: John A. Love
Publisher: Birlinn Ltd., Edinburgh
Softcover - Illustrated. 302pp
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A history of the Isle of Rum, one of the iconic "Small isles" situated on the west coast of Scotland, From its history going back to the Mesolithic period, the book traces the creation of the Celtic church, the arrival of the Vikings, the feuds of clans of Clanranalds and the Macleans, the effect of the clearances and the acquisition of the island by the Marquess of Salisbury and then the Bulloughs and the building of the island Kinloich Castle,
The author John Low is a leading Wildlife conservationist and has worked on Uist, Barra and St Kilda.
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