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|Drowning in Bays Loch, 2nd March 1929||Three men, Angus MacLean, John MacLean and Seonaidh Iain MacLean were tragically drowned off the island of Berneray on 2nd March 1929. The following extract is from The Scotsman dated 4th March 1929: Harris Tragedy -...||76046|
|Empire Exhibition 1938||The Empire Exhibition was held in Bellahouston Park, Glasgow between May and December 1938, and helped the Scottish economy to recover from the effects of the depression.||105366|
|Wreck of the 'Puritan'||On 15th November 1920, a Danish motor smack, the Puritan, was wrecked off the island of Hermetray in the Sound of Harris. The Puritan had been carrying a cargo of salt to the Faroe Islands and during an exceptional gale...||77665|