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"Mac Phee". A Victorian era, romanticised depiction of a member of the clan by R. R. McIan, from The Clans of the Scottish Highlands, published in 184
"Mac Phee". A Victorian era, romanticised depiction of a member of the clan by R. R. McIan, from The Clans of the Scottish Highlands, published in 1845.
The proposed descent of the seven clans of Siol Alpin.
The proposed descent of the seven clans of Siol Alpin.
"Ewen Mac Phee the Outlaw". An illustration by R. R. McIan, originally appearing in his work: Gaelic gatherings, or the Highlanders at Home on heather
"Ewen Mac Phee the Outlaw". An illustration by R. R. McIan, originally appearing in his work: Gaelic gatherings, or the Highlanders at Home on heather, river and loch, published in 1848.
The Oronsay Cross located on Oronsay was carved in around 1500 for Malcolm MacDuffie, lord of Colonsay.
The Oronsay Cross located on Oronsay was carved in around 1500 for Malcolm MacDuffie, lord of Colonsay.
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Colonsay
Colonsay
An Tràigh Bhàn, Kiloran Bay
An Tràigh Bhàn, Kiloran Bay
The Riasg Buidhe Cross
The Riasg Buidhe Cross
The telephone exchange used until 1974 when Subscriber Trunk Dialling was introduced. This exchange on show in the Colonsay and Oronsay Heritage Trust
The telephone exchange used until 1974 when Subscriber Trunk Dialling was introduced. This exchange on show in the Colonsay and Oronsay Heritage Trust Museum.