North Uist

North Uist (Scottish Gaelic: Uibhist a Tuath ) is an island and community in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland.

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Outer Hebrides - Geography - Populated Islands
... In addition to the major North Ford (Oitir Mhòr) and South Ford causeways that connect North Uist to Benbecula via the northern of the Grimsay's, and Benbecula to South Uist, several other islands ... respectively, with causeways linking Baleshare and Berneray to North Uist, Eriskay to South Uist, Flodaigh, Fraoch-eilean and the southern Grimsay to Benbecula, and Vatersay to Barra. 2001 census population Lewis and Harris Leòdhas agus na Hearadh 19,918 South Uist Uibhist a Deas 1,818 North Uist Uibhist a Tuath 1,271 Benbecula Beinn nam Fadhla 1,219 Barra ...
Scolpaig Tower - References
... North Uist Its Archaeology and Topography. 193 "North Uist, Loch Scolpaig, Dun Scolpaig" ... Retrieved 2008-05-12 "Dun Scolpaig, North Uist" ...
Erskine Beveridge
... Notably, Beveridge tapped the large North American market and eventually opened a New York warehouse ... -7.41167) on the tidal island of Vallay, North Uist, and he excavated many sites in the area around Vallay, dating from the first millennium BC to the first millennium AD ... These excavations, together with his studies of other parts of North Uist, led to the publication of North Uist Its Archaeology and Topography in 1911 ...
List Of Marilyns On Scottish Islands - Western Isles - North Uist, South Uist and Nearby Islands
... Parent Island Beinn Mhòr 620 ... Sea NF808310 none South Uist Stulaval 5 ... NF806241 Beinn Mhòr South Uist Eaval 347 ... Sea NF898605 none North Uist Thacla 298 ... NF825345 Beinn Mhòr South Uist Lì a ...

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