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Cleachdaidhean tiodhlacaidh, croitearachd, iasgach, agus nit..., 16 June 1969

Track ID : 87659

Fieldworkers : Fraser, Ian, 1941- (1511)

Funeral customs, crofting, fishing, and supernatural beings. Information on the following subjects: funeral customs (including the consumption of whisky, biscuits and cheese); crofting (cattle and...

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Mar a bhite a' dèanamh ròpan., 10 September 1955

Track ID : 1029

Contributors : MacLean, Murdo John (235)

Rope-making. The contributor's father told him how they used to make ropes from bog-deal - old pine which was dug up during peat-cutting. He describes how these were made. His grandfather used 'rò...

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Fionn agus an Deud-fios., 19 September 1958

Track ID : 38842

Contributors : MacDonald, Peggy (4884)

Fionn and the Tooth of Knowledge. Fionn was fishing one day when he was a youngster and he saw an Englishman fishing. He wasn't catching anything and the man said to try casting a line on his luck...

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Smeòrach a' comhairleachadh do dhuine uisge-beatha òl., 25 May 1952

Track ID : 1344

Thrush advising a man to drink whisky instead of going fishing. A man going fishing interpreted a thrush's song as advice not to go or he would be drowned, and to drink up his half-bottle instead....

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Ag iasgach timcheall Mhùideirt., May 1959

Track ID : 69212

Fishing around Moidart. Herring fishing went on both summer and winter; cod was fished in spring. They would also catch mackerel, saithe, and lythe. The contributor describes the boats used, the n...

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Iasgach ann an Cinn Tìre., 12 March 1968

Track ID : 27529

Fishing in Kintyre. The contributor fished by Arran and Ayrshire. He gives the Gaelic equivalents of Southern place names. He has fished around Skye for herring. Mention of John Lorne Campbell of ...

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Manadh air bàs: bàta anns an robh solas., March 1953

Track ID : 2618

Contributors : MacGillivray, John (3568)

An omen of death: a light in a boat. The crew of a fishing boat saw a light in the stern of a boat. They pulled it up on the shore and abandoned it. It filled with water. Much later, children were...

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Manadh air bàs: caoineadh., March 1953

Track ID : 2621

An omen of death: wailing. The contributor's father, uncle and two others were fishing in Loch Tamnabhaigh when they heard a man crying on the shore. They knew there could be no one there. The inc...

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Mar a thionndaidh èisg Alasdair Mhòir gu ùir., September 1958

Track ID : 68106

Contributors : MacDonald, Peggy (4884)

How Alasdair Mòr's fish turned to dirt. Alasdair Mòr mac Iain Làidir was fishing. Another man said it was time to share his catch, but Alasdair said there were plenty more fish in the river. When ...

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'S ann mu Thuath Fada Tuath, October 1966

Track ID : 107640

The bard tells of leaving North Uist twenty years ago and going to Glasgow. He decided to return home and took the train to Oban, in order to board the 'Hebrides'. He describes the joy of seeing th...

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