The Hector Model - Podcast Eight

This 18th Century model of the Hector, which is heralded as ‘Canada’s Mayflower’ may seem innocuous, however the story that it depicts is one of suffering and destitution, yet hope and new beginnings. It holds within it the origins of the people of Nova Scotia, who left Lochbroom in 1773 in search of a new world and new life.

Location: Ullapool Museum, 7 & 8 W Argyle St, Ullapool IV26 2TY

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