Expeditions to the Hebrides - Atkinson, George Clayton, and Quine, David A. (Volume editor)
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George Clayton Anderson (1808-77) was only twenty-three when he set out from Newcastle in 1831 with his brother, Dick, and the professional artist William Train to explore the Western isles and remote St Kilda. The following year he journeyed to the Shetlands and in 1833 returned again to Skye and the Western Isles while on his way to the Faroes. Atkinson was a keen naturalist, founder member of the Natural History Society of Northumberland and Durham and Newcastle, and a friend of the engraver Thomas Beckwith. His travels ...

Expeditions to the Hebrides 2008, MacLean Press, Edinburgh

ISBN-13: 9781899272068