Angus MacLellan

Author

Born in 1869, Angus MacLellan’s life encompassed two centuries and great changes in the Scottish way of life, from rural to industrial,from island to mainland. He left Uist to go into camp with the militia, before working for farmers on the mainland in Perthshire and Argyll. Helater returned to the family croft on South Uist to work at inshore fishing and crafting.

Born in 1869, Angus MacLellan’s life encompassed two centuries and great changes in the Scottish way of life, from rural to industrial,from island to mainland. He left Uist to go into camp with the militia, before working for farmers on the mainland in Perthshire and Argyll. Helater returned to the family croft on South Uist to work at inshore fishing and crafting.

Books

  • £8.99

    MacLellan’s reminiscences were first recorded in Gaelic in the early 1960s, and later transcribed and translated by John Lorne Campbell into this outstanding English language autobiography. Written in an unusual yet captivating prose style, this...