Clan Campbell Society
(North America)
A History of Clan Campbell by Alastair Lorne Campbell of AirdsHistory of Clan Campbell 3 Volumes Covers

Alistair Lorne Campbell of Airds was archivist at Inveraray Castle for eight years. The three volumes span the historical periods from the earliest times to the end of the Napoleonic era in 1815. SPECIAL MEMBER PRICING AVAILABLE.

3 volume set

Welcome to the official Clan Campbell Society (North America) website. Explore the history of Clan Campbell and its septs, Clan Campbell activities in North America and around the world, Scottish history and heritage, Scottish Highland Games and Campbell genealogy. The Clan Campbell Society (North America) site provides information about our shared Campbell heritage and customs, Campbell music, Scottish events and festivals.

Great Estates of Scotland: Inveraray Castle

For more than 500 years, Inveraray Castle has housed the Chief of one of the world's best-known family clans, the Clan Campbell. It is now the home to the 13th Duke of Argyll, His Grace Torquhil Ian Campbell, and his young family. Visited by thousands every year, the castle was the stand-in for "Duneagle" in the "Downton Abbey" Christmas episode.

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Chief of Clan Campbell, Torquhil Ian Campbell, 13th Duke of ArgyllChief of Clan Campbell

The current Chief of Clan Campbell, the 13th (Scotland) and 6th (UK) Duke of Argyll Torquhil Ian Campbell, inherited the title in 2001 making him, at the age of 33, the youngest duke in the United Kingdom. He combines his duties as Clan Chief, Duke and landowner with a consultant role with Pernod Ricard, promoting Scotch whiskies including Chivas Regal and Glenlivet, around the world. He captained Scotland to victory in 2004 and again in 2005 in the World Elephant Polo Championships.

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Duke of Argyll Coat of ArmsClan Campbell History

The name Campbell is undoubtedly one of considerable antiquity and the clan has long been one of the most numerous and powerful in the Highlands. No Campbell, or person of a related name, who was not brought up in Scotland itself should ever feel that because they are out of touch with the incredible riches of their clan heritage that they are in any way less a "Campbell." The history is there, and for some the genes also. Whether the "heart is in the Highlands" or not, is a matter of understanding and of personal style.

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Clan Campbell Education Foundation, Inc.
News & Events
So You're Telling Me There's a Clan Campbell Link to ST. PATRICK???
Annual General Meeting, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. September 6-9, 2018
Meet the Campbell Filmmaker Who Brought to Life an Iconic ‘Doctor Who’ Episode and J.K. Rowling’s Adult-Oriented Novel
Historic Argyll coin cabinet from 19th century returns to Scotland
Scottish Highland Games Calendar

The Scottish Highland Games Calendar is based on information supplied by various sources - primarily the associated game's web sites. It lists Scottish Highland Games; Celtic Festivals; and other Scottish and Celtic events. There are two presentations: by calendar month, and by State/Province in North America.

Since Scottish Highland Games are primarily held outdoors, and are subject to the elements as well as changes from year to year, please check the event web site to verify the time, date and location before making any travel plans.


Scottish Highland Games Calendar
Clan Campbell Education Foundation

The Clan Campbell Education Foundation, Inc. is a non-profit, tax-exempt charitable and educational Foundation founded by and closely aligned to the Clan Campbell Society (NA). The purpose of the CCEF is to educate the public regarding the Clan Campbell, Scots and Scotland, and to increase the understanding of the American public of the Scots and things Scottish. In particular, we promote the study, promotion, and perpetuation of Scottish culture, including history, music, dance, art, athletics, language, and cuisine and to carry on and conduct charitable and educational programs.