by J.G. Leith
Patrick Sellar is still despised by many in Strathnaver and Sutherland in the Scottish Highlands, for his programme of clearing people off the land to make way for sheep farms. In 1815, he was put on trial on various charges, including murder, but was found not guilty for his part in the Strathnaver Clearances. This book pulls together the substantial and the circumstantial evidence.
Publisher: Baseline Research Format: Paperback ISBN: 9780956598509