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A History of the Scottish on Cape Breton Island

  • FC 2343.8 S3 M8
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  • 1 Apr. 1962

Item is a thesis titled "A History of the Scottish on Cape Breton Island," written by Thomas Redmond Murphy. The thesis describes the history of the Scottish community of Cape Breton Island, primarily of the counties of Inverness and Victoria.

East Bay, Cape Breton: People and Priests

  • FC 2349 E2 M5
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  • April 1966

Item is a thesis titled "East Bay, Cape Breton: People and Priests," written by John V. MacKenzie. The thesis describes the background and history of East Bay and its early settlers.

The Barra Settlement at Grand Narrows, Cape Breton: 1804-1904

  • FC 2349 G7 R6
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  • 1984

Item is a thesis titled "The Barra Settlement at Grand Narrows, Cape Breton: 1804-1904," written by Marian Rothe. The thesis describes the history and cultural development of the Grand Narrows Settlement over a 100-year period. Includes several Gaelic songs and pieces of music.

The Island: New Perspectives on Cape Breton's History 1713-1990

  • FC 2343.5 I84 1990
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  • 1990

Item is a book titled "The Island: New Perspectives on Cape Breton's History 1713-1990," edited by Kenneth Donovan. This book is a collection of articles related to the history of Cape Breton, beginning in 1713. It contains an article written by Stephen Hornsby titled "Scottish Emigration and Settlement in Early Nineteenth-Century Cape Breton," on pages 49-69, which touches on Celtic music.

Traditional and Non-Traditional Teaching and Learning Practices in Folk Music: An Ethnographic Field Study of Cape Breton Fiddling

  • R MT 262 G37
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  • 1985

Item is a dissertation titled "Traditional and Non-Traditional Teaching and Learning Practices in Folk Music: An Ethnographic Field Study of Cape Breton Fiddling," written by Virginia Hope Garrison. The dissertation describes different methods of learning and practicing folk music via Cape Breton fiddling. It contains profiles of three Cape Breton fiddlers on pages 136-164, namely Hugh Angus Jobes, Hugh A. "Buddy" MacMaster, and Kyle MacNeil.