with the Streamlinecollection,
in Furthest Henrides is another collection of 'faction' tales. Quite
scarce, especially in jacket. Cameron was quite a well-known
writer (especially amongst the Islanders) and also had some sort
of radio show.
Told In Furthest Hebrides: True Stories of
Second-Sight in the Islands Given the Author
First-Hand, Eneas Mackay (Stirling), 1936.
Tales as follows: The Ceilidh; Katie's Tale;
Archie Mor; The Lady of Alone-Ness; The Seal Child; The Tale of
Ailsa; A Night of Gold; Duncan Ban; The Light; The Voice; The
Bride; The Tale of the West Side; The Reef; Macnab's Tale; The
Unknown Hat; The Tale of Seumas; The Wedding; The Silent Ones; The
Devil and All;The Taibhsear Interviewed.
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