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Except in small areas, it was nothing like the dense forests that cover much of North America, which made people live with a view of twenty yards for much of their lives, sending some mad and giving a terrible shock to the pioneer settlers from places like the treeless Outer Isles of Scotland who had never wielded an axe and now found themselves faced by an impenetrable wall of tall timber. But you are never very far away from water. Brown trout, sea-trout and salmon were plentiful, although many of the burns and lochs are too high and too peaty to allow the trout population to grow very large.

This story is so exactly similar to those in the other clans, where the oldest cadet had usurped the chiefship, that it leads to the suspicion that the same circumstance must have given rise to it among the Campbells. We have shewn it to be invariably the case, that when a clan claims a foreign origin, and accounts for their possession of the chiefship and property Out of the Mists 15 of the clan by a marriage with the heiress of the old proprietors, they can be proved to be in reality a cadet of that older house who had usurped the chiefship, while their claim to the chiefship is disputed by an acknowledged descendant of that older house .

In MS 1467, the words a quo (‘from whom’) indicate that it is from this person that the Campbells took their early style of the Clan O’Duine. The mythical Diarmid was styled ‘Diarmid O’Duine’, and it may well have been this coincidence which led to the addition of his name to the pedigree. As a hero of the most popular series of stories that circulated round the fireside, he would do the Campbell name little but good. Other fringe figures have also escaped the notice of history; Fferither Or is said to have married the daughter of ‘The Duke of Valentia’, which, if true, would have brought a dash of Anglo-Saxon blood into the line.

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