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The remainder of South Uist remained with the Scottish crown until 1469, when James III granted Lairdship of it to John of Ross, the Lord of the Isles; in turn, John passed it to his own half-brother, Hugh of Sleat (the grant to Hugh was later confirmed by the king—James IV—in a 1493 charter).Hugh died a few years later, in 1498, and for reasons that are not remotely clear, his son—John of Sleat—immediately resigned, transferring all authority to the king.They now bear the scars of the last glaciation which has exposed them."South Uist Machair" on the west coast is one of 40 National Scenic Areas in Scotland.South Uist has a bedrock of Lewisian Gneiss, high-grade regional metamorphism dating back to 2,900 million years ago in the Archaean.Some show granulite facies metamorphism, but most are the slightly lower temperature amphibolite facies.Following this, the Norse longhouses were gradually abandoned, in favour of new Blackhouses the sole surviving Mac Rory heir was Amy of Garmoran.
In 2006 South Uist, and neighbouring Benbecula and Eriskay, were involved in Scotland's biggest community land buyout to date.
Amy married the Mac Donald leader, John of Islay, but a decade later he divorced her, and married the king's niece instead (in return for a substantial dowry).