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Welcome to the web site of the Clan MacLeod Society, USA! We hope it provides useful information to prospective members and the latest news and photos for current members.
 

The Clan MacLeod’s roots are the in the highlands and islands of northwestern Scotland. Since the days of Leod in the 13th century, it has grown to be a worldwide clan with active societies in nine countries. The Clan MacLeod Society, USA and its sister societies provide a vehicle to communicate and strengthen the bonds of fellowship in our far flung family—people of the name MacLeod (however spelled), families with names long associated with the Clan (see our list of "Septs"), as well as friends with an interest in the rich heritage of the Clan MacLeod. 

  The Clan MacLeod Society, USA was founded in 1954 to establish a foundation for charitable, historical and educational pursuits for clan members living in the United States. Since then it has grown to have members in all fifty states, which the Society has divided into thirteen Regions.  For more information on the Society’s activities and information on events, magazines, newsletters and membership, please contact the Regional Vice President in your area. They will be delighted to hear from you.

 Whatever your connection or interest in the Clan MacLeod, you will find something of interest in the activities of our Society: support to piping, dance and other Scottish arts, genealogy resources, clan history and lore, or simply meeting and socializing with some of your more distant cousins at highland games, festivals or clan gatherings at the local, national and international level. 

The Society conducts its charitable functions through its Dunvegan Foundation.   This body supports a broad range of scholarships, programs in the Scottish arts and language in the US, and historic preservation of sites of significance to the Clan MacLeod abroad. 

 Both the Clan MacLeod Society as a whole and the Dunvegan Foundation are listed as 501(c)(3) organizations by the IRS. 

 I invite you to learn more about our Society by exploring our website and contacting your Regional Vice President.  Details on joining our society are on our Join Link above, or are available at the Clan MacLeod tent at most highland games. 

Hold Fast,

 

John N. MacLeod

USA Clan MacLeod President

johnnmacleod@aol.com







 



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