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If the ships on which they sailed (often more crowded and in poorer
condition than the slave ships out of Africa) did not sink to the bottom
of the ocean, they faced privation and hardship in establishing new homes
in a very unfamiliar land.
More information will be added to these pages. For now, we invite you to peruse a three-way correspondence with supporting documents, which took place by e-mail between:
Alasdair McKay of Dartmouth, Nova Scotia
[native of Stirling, Scotland with McKay ancestry in Strathnaver];
Tom McRae of University of Queensland, Australia
[native of Edinburgh, Scotland];
Janet MacKay of Halifax, Nova Scotia
[ancestry in Rogart (Sutherland), Scotland
The Book of Ben Bhraggie:
Proposal of Sandy Linsday and others
to remove statue of the Duke of Sutherland
from the top of Ben Bhraggie, Golspie
The Glasgow Herald: December 15, 1994
The Statue Must Go!?
Blow That Statue Up!
Let the Statue Stand!
The Removal of Statues
The Statue Must Stay
On Moving Statues
Response to Sandy Lindsay's Proposal
The Statue Must Stand: Surrounded by Interpretive Plaques