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Clan MacLean (Listeni/mækˈleɪn/; Scottish Gaelic: Mac Gill-Eain) is a Highland Scottish clan. They are one of the oldest clans in the Highlands and owned large tracts of land in Argyll as well as the Inner Hebrides. Many early MacLeans became famous for their honour, strength and courage in battle. They were involved in many clan skirmishes with the Mackinnons, Camerons, MacDonalds and Campbells. They were fierce Jacobites fighting in all of the Jacobite risings.

  • 00:34 Popular Clay Pigeon Shooting With Clan Maclean 3

    Clay Pigeon Shooting With Clan Maclean 3

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    Mac senior showing his skills

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  • 29:00 Popular Scotland's Clans - Maclean

    Scotland's Clans - Maclean

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    The Clan MacLean were know as mercenaries for hire. Paul Murton explores this, their tools of the trade and even tries his hand at employing their sword skills.

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  • 01:26 Popular Clan Maclean Gathering 2012

    Clan Maclean Gathering 2012

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    The 100th gathering of the Clan MacLean took place at Duart Castle on Mull on June 23 2012.

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  • 02:33 Popular Scottish Clans: The Story Behind Clan MacLean

    Scottish Clans: The Story Behind Clan MacLean

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    Every weekend, Carl MacDougall, will tell the story of one of Scotland's famous Clans. This weekend, we take a look at Clan MacLean. Read more about Scottish Clans on the Scotland Now website here: http://www.scotlandnow.dailyrecord.co.uk/lifestyle/herita

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  • 02:55 Popular Scootlund Th' Brave (Clan MacLean)

    Scootlund Th' Brave (Clan MacLean)

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  • 08:33 Popular Clan MacLean Centenary March Of The Clan 2012

    Clan MacLean Centenary March Of The Clan 2012

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    Clan MacLean Centenary Gathering at Duart Castle, Isle of Mull, Scotland. Over 1000 clansmen, women and children participated.

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