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Who is Alasdair MacGregor?
Alasdair MacGregor: Alasdair Alpin MacGregor was a Scottish writer and photographer, known for a large number of travel books. He wrote also on Scottish folklore, and was a published poet.
- also known as Alasdair Alpin MacGregor
- born in (116 years ago)
- nationality: Scotland
- died in (45 years ago)
- written works: "A last voyage to St. Kilda", "The golden lamp", "The turbulent years", "Aulk Reekie", "An island here and there", "The buried barony", "The enchanted isles: Hebridean portraits & memories", "Percyval Tudor-Hart, 1873-1954", "The changing land", "Summer days among the western isles", "The peat-fire flame", "The Western Isles", "The deserted garden, and other collected poems", "Land of the mountain and the flood", "Islands by the score", "The haunted isles", "Somewhere in Scotland", "The farthest Hebrides", "Skye and the Inner Hebrides"
Alasdair MacGregor is a fictional character from the 1953 film Rob Roy: The Highland Rogue.
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by Ian Crofton
'TheArrow of Glen Lyon' isthetitleofan anonymous Gaelic poem addressed to Alasdair MacGregor, who was akeenhunter, skilled inthe makingof arrows: Terror of all our foes, pride of Glen Lyon!
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