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Evan MacColl (1808–1898)

MacColl, Evan. A Canadian poet; born in Kenmore, Argyleshire, Scotland, Sept. 21, 1808; died in 1898. Since emigrating to Canada (1850) he wrote many poems, and was called the bard of St. Andrew’s Society of Kingston. Among his publications are: ‘My Rowan Tree,’ best known of his lyrical verses; ‘Clarsach Nan Beann, or Poems and Songs in Gaelic’ (1837); and ‘The Mountain Minstrel, or Poems and Songs in English’ (1887).