Maclean- The Scottishtown In Australia

Episodes

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Martin Macdonald traces the history of Maclean, a small town on the banks of the lower Clarence River in northern New South Wales. Named in 1862 after the Scottish

Surveyor-General,

Alexander Grant Maclean , the majority of its settlers came from Skye and the Highlands. Local families have enduring memories of their Gaelic-speaking forebears.

Producer Michael Shaw (First broadcast on Radio Scotland)

Contributors

Unknown: Martin MacDonald

Unknown: Clarence River

Unknown: Alexander Grant MacLean

Producer: Michael Shaw

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Unknown: Martin MacDonald

Unknown: Clarence River

Unknown: Alexander Grant MacLean

Producer: Michael Shaw