The Isle of Lewis, the largest and most populous of the islands of the Outer Hebrides, has had an eventful history which stretches back thousands of years. In this eagerly awaited second volume of Lewis in History and Legend, Bill Lawson deals with the townships of the east coast of the island, from Tolsta in the rth to the boundary with Harris in the south, and with Storway, the commercial and administrative capital of the island.
Bill Lawson founded the geology centre Co Leis Thus? And is genealogical consultant to Northton Heritage Trust, which now runs this research service. He has written over fifty books on the genealogies and history of the western Isles. He regularly researches and lectures in North America and Australia. He lives in Northton, Harris.