CALUM I. N. MACLEOD was born in Dornie, Ross-shire, Scotland, in 1913, and educated at Knockbain Public School, Inverness Royal Academy, and Skerry's College.  He specialized in Celtic Languages, literature, History and Antiquities in the Universities of Glasgow and Edinburgh.  He emigrated to Nova Scotia in 1950, where he held the appointment of Gaelic Adviser, Adult Education Division Nova Scotia Department of Education, until 1958 when he became the first Professor and Chairman of the Department of Celtic Studies, St. Francis Xavier University, Antigonish, N.S. Professor MacLeod's mother tongue was Scottish Gaelic.

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