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Language & Poverty: The Persistence of Scottish Gaelic in Eastern Canada

  • FC 106 C4 F67 1988
  • Item
  • 1988

Item is a book titled "Language & Poverty: The Persistence of Scottish Gaelic in Eastern Canada," written by Gilbert Foster. It describes the cultural survival of minority populations in Eastern Canada, namely the survival of Scottish Gaelic. It contains a chapter titled "Angus W. R. MacKenzie, 1891-1967, and the Immigrant Presbyterian Gaeldom in New Scotland, Canada" on pages 80-104, which touches on Celtic music.

The First Nova Scotian

  • FC 2321.1 A43 F56 1997
  • Item
  • 1997

Item is a book titled "The First Nova Scotian," written by Mark Finnan. The book tells the story of Sir William Alexander, and the colony of Charlesfort, in present-day Annapolis Royal. It contains a chapter titled "A New Scotland," found on pages 91-106, which touches on Celtic music.

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

  • FC 2343.5 I84 1990
  • Item
  • 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.

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.

The Historical and Social Development of Judique, Nova Scotia

  • FC 2345 J8 M3
  • Item
  • May 1968

Item is an essay titled "The Historical and Social Development of Judique, Nova Scotia," written by Janette MacDonald. The essay describes the history and development of Judique, Nova Scotia as a Gaelic community.

East Bay, Cape Breton: People and Priests

  • FC 2349 E2 M5
  • Item
  • 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.

Among the Gaels

  • PAM 130
  • Item
  • March 1977

Item is an account of the Gaelic Society of Cape Breton's tour of Scotland in 1974.

Campbell, Peter J. MacKenzie

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