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Airigh Domhnall Chaim

Airigh Domhnall Chaim

This is a group of shielings named after Domhnall Cam who was Chief of the Macaulays in Uig around the beginning of the 17th Century. Domhnall Cam used to drive his cattle across Loch Seaforth and he always kept a hold of the tail of the last beast as they swan across. He used this area as summer pasture for the cattle.

 

Title: Airigh Domhnall Chaim
Record Type: Historical/ Archaeological Sites
Type: Shieling Hut
Grid Ref Northing: 914709
Grid Ref Easting: 124224
Record Maintained By: CECL
Subject Id: 29318