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- Eilean nan Ron & the Girl Katherine -

Painting No. 39, 3

Moine location

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This picture is also available as Bookmark No. P39, 3

Eilean nan Ron - Island of the Seals:  700 acres of heather and rock poised atop 200 ft high cliffs, one mile offshore from the entrance to the Kyle of Tongue.  Between 1820 and 1938, this was home to several hardy, God-fearing families, whose houses can still be seen from Skerray.   The islanders lived in rugged harmony with the sea, and raised sheep, cattle, and crops - a tough but fulfilling life.  This picture shows the island as it might have appeared then, with smoke in the chimneys and the Girl Katherine and other boats going home from the day’s fishing.   The teacher in the wee school would be ending the lessons for the day, having given her few pupils a glimpse through their studies of a wider world beyond their rocky haven - a world that was, sadly, for all its wonders, soon to bring an end to their peaceful island life.

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