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    Publisher: Birlinn

    St Kilda

    £12.99
    The small island archipelago of St Kilda, which rises majestically from the stormy waters of the North Atlantic, has a magic and allure which is both enduring and inexplicable.
    ISBN: 9781912476466
    AuthorGeorge Seton
    Pub Date23/05/2019
    BindingPaperback
    Pages288
    Availability: In Stock

    The small island archipelago of St Kilda, which rises majestically from the stormy waters of the North Atlantic, has a magic and allure which is both enduring and inexplicable. For centuries, St Kilda's remoteness (it lies sixty miles west of the Scottish Hebrides), together with the way of life of its inhabitants, has attracted huge attention from outsiders, who have been fascinated by this small community literally clinging to the edge of the world.



    Although St Kildans were always few in number (the population was under 100 when Hirta, the only inhabited island, was evacuated in 1930), their society was extraordinarily well developed - they famously had their own daily `parliament', at which the men of the island would meet and discuss the tasks of the day.



    This remains a work of vital importance for the understanding of this fascinating island society.

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    The small island archipelago of St Kilda, which rises majestically from the stormy waters of the North Atlantic, has a magic and allure which is both enduring and inexplicable. For centuries, St Kilda's remoteness (it lies sixty miles west of the Scottish Hebrides), together with the way of life of its inhabitants, has attracted huge attention from outsiders, who have been fascinated by this small community literally clinging to the edge of the world.



    Although St Kildans were always few in number (the population was under 100 when Hirta, the only inhabited island, was evacuated in 1930), their society was extraordinarily well developed - they famously had their own daily `parliament', at which the men of the island would meet and discuss the tasks of the day.



    This remains a work of vital importance for the understanding of this fascinating island society.