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The Durness Riots of 1846 were caused by such clearances when the women of Ceannabeinne area defied the Sheriff's Officer sent to deliver the summons of eviction and subsequent disorder occurred in the village inn in Durness when a second attempt was made, causing the officers to be again run out of town The main sources of employment in the village are crofting and tourism.
It is the largest village in the northwestern corner of Scotland, has a population of around 400, and is on the A838 road.
As a result, the local area is generally flatter and more fertile than other areas in the North West Highlands due to the carbonate bedrock and resultant lime-rich soils.
During the Second World War, the battle cruiser "Jamaica" sustained an outbreak of measles on board and it was quarantined in the loch for months and at cessation of hostilities in 1945 it saw the surrender of some 30 German U-boats.
During the Second World War, the RAF built a Chain Home radar station at Sango near Durness.
Additionally, Sango Bay (geologically a graben) also exposes some of the best basin bounding fault outcrops in the British Isles.
Faraid Head is also important geologically for one of Scotland's largest sand dune systems where the prominent headland is exposed to strong winds, building a variety of sand dunes types up to 200 feet above sea level.