- MG 6.72
- 19th century
Fonds consists of a microfilm reel relating to Gaelic literature and poetry.
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Fonds consists of a microfilm reel relating to Gaelic literature and poetry.
Fonds consists of papers consisting of: articles and music composed by or for Mr. Gillis; papers compiled by Mr. Gillis; clippings and handwritten versions of Gaelic poetry and stories; biographies and genealogical information; articles, songs and miscellaneous items.
A. Articles and music composed by or for Mr. Gillis:
B. Papers compiled by Mr. Gillis:
D. 1.Gillis genealogy, (2 p.).
E. Eigg (Eige. Roll - List of men, women & children in the Parish of Eigg 1764-1765 by Neill McNeill, Catechist including the Isle of Muck, Rumm & Canna. Census lists - Protestants --Isle of Eige, Papists, Galmisdale in Eige Papists, Gruline Papists, Laigtown, Cleadale in Eige Papists, Howland, Fivepenny in Eige,Sandmore, Sandbeg in Eige, Kildonan in Eige Papists, the Rev. Malcolm McAskill genealogy.
F. Miscellaneous items:
1A. Humble Cathedral, by Cathy Gillies, Port Hood. Church at Indian Point, Judique North, oldest Highland parish in Cape Breton, 1818, (2 p.).
1."The Cookhouse Song" by Peggy ‘‘Duncan Jim" MacDougall (Gillis), 1952, (1 p.).
2.Oran Pheadair (Peter Smyth’s Song., (6 p.).
I. Genealogy and Information on the surname Boyd:
K. Some common Gaelic names as used in Cape Breton.
7 letters from Sister Margaret Beaton to Allan J. Gillis dated August 25, 1970 to December 6, 1971. (8 p. photocopies)
Photograph (col.) of Allan J. Gillis with his two children, Alasdair and Duncan Gillis taken with Sister Margaret Beaton at Cape Bretoniana Archives, 1973. Photograph Accession number: 11-19-30042
Gillis, Allan J.
Fonds consists of papers including poetry, book excerpts, and a scrapbook. Papers include:
MacDonald, Angus R.
Fonds consists of two volumes of collected Gaelic songs by various Cape Breton and Scottish bards. An index is included in the front of each volume:
MacDonald, Allen “The Ridge”
MacDonald, Alexander “The Ridge”
MacDonald, Alexander “Am Painter Mor”
MacDonald, Dan Alex
MacDonald, John (Hunter)
MacDonald, Alexander (Turner)
MacDonald, Angus (MacAlasdair)
MacDonald, Allan (Miramachie)
MacDonald, Donald (The Ridge)
MacDonald, Angus (Aonghas MacAlasdair)
MacDonald, Dan S. (Miramachi)
MacDonald, A. T. (Antigonish)
MacKinnon, Jonathan G.
MacLellan, Angus Y
MacLellan, Donald (Big Dan)
MacLean, Alexander (Alasdair MacEoghain Bhain)
Gillis, Malcolm H. (Calum na h-Aibhne)
Nicholson, Hugh (Eoin MacIain Ic Macail)
Ferguson, C. A.
Beaton, Ronald (Maire Ban)
MacLean, John (not the Bard MacLean)
Fonds consists of poems, biography of Angus Y. MacLellan, and recollections of life on Margaree Island.
Poem: “Clach An Càrn an Dòmhnallaich” was presented by Sister St. Francis of Rome, C.N.D.
Duncan H. and Mary Margaret MacLellan recall their childhood spent on Margaree Island. Typescript, 12 pages Presented by Margaret Long, Brockton, Mass., June 1983.
“My years on Margaree Island” by Lauranna MacLellan MacDonald, who presented the paper in December, 1983. Photocopy, 4 pages.
Biography of Angus Y. MacLellan (1887-1960) Photocopy, 11 pages.
Songs composed by Angus Y. MacLellan and other bards that appear in "Smeòrach nan Cnoc 's nsn Gleann" and "Gaelic Songs in Nova Scotia". Photocopy, 10 pages
Story “Raonull Ban Mac Eoghain Oig” by Aonghas MacGillfhaolain. Print, 26 pages.
Clippings: Obituary of Rev. Michael Gillis, 1970; Obituary of Ernest Hart, the Chairmaker from Northeast Margaree, n.d. Presented by Sister Carmelina MacLellan, Port Hawkesbury, 1984.
MacLellan, Angus Y.
Fonds consists of a selection of songs in Gaelic composed by Archie Alex MacKenzie.
MacKenzie, Archie Alex
Fonds consists of correspondence of Archibald Beaton, Donald MacDonald and Rev. Ronald Beaton in Rome. Letters deal with the opening of the coal mines at Broad Cove in the late 1890s, a description of Rome, and the ordering of a set of bagpipes as a gift. Interspersed there is also bagpipe music, written by Archibald Beaton.
This fonds consists of a collection of Gaelic songs, stories, poetry, history and tombstone inscriptions.
Papers are in Gaelic:
Fonds consists of Gaelic songs collected and arranged by Mr. Fraser.
Chi Mi Bhuam composed by Alexander "Ridge" MacDonald
Am Bhraighidh composed by Malcolm H. Gillis
Mr. Fraser also provides the names of the individuals from whom he recorded the melodies transcribed.
Fonds consists of 27 songs in Gaelic, two hymns in English and a newspaper account of the MacDonalds' 50th wedding anniversary in 1969. Mr. MacDonald, a farmer from Framboise, composed many Gaelic songs, the most famous of which was "Failte Cheap Breatunn". See also Tapes 107, 231, and 232.
MacDonald, Dan Alex
Fonds consists of papers including poems and a genealogy of the MacFarlanes, compiled by D.D. MacFarlane.
A. Gaelic version of “Scots Wha Hae” and “Ath Shealladh” the latter of which was composed by Mr. MacFarlane on New Year's Day, 1927. Presented by Finlay Campbell, Saint John.
B. Translation into Gaelic of “The Minstrel Boy” and “Lord Ullin’s Daughter,” both by Mr. MacFarlane. Original, 4 pages. Presented by Estate of W. S. MacFarlane, 1981.
C. Genealogy of the MacFarlanes by D. D. MacFarlane, 1943 Original, 5 pages. (Indexed copy filed in B & G File) Presented by Rev. John Hugh MacEachen, July 1984.
MacFarlane, Donald Dougal
Fonds consists of material relating to Dr. Fergusson's books dealing with Scottish Gaelic culture.
Fergusson, Donald Allister
Fonds consists of Scottish and Irish violin music collected and compiled by Douglas MacPhee of New Waterford; includes poems, clippings, tributes, and recordings.
A. Scottish and Irish violin music collected and compiled by Mr. MacPhee.
B. Two bills from two New Waterford stores. Originals, photocopy 2 bills, 1 page
C. Poem to Doug MacPhee on the occasion of his birthday by lois ross, June 1986. Photocopy, 1 page
D. References to 4th L.P. Record "Reel of Tulloch". Newspaper clippings, photographs, letters 12 pages
E. Tributes re Doug MacPhee. Newspaper clippings, letters, originals 12 pages
F. Tributes and thank you in appreciation of Doug's music. Typescript, newspaper clippings, letters, cards .5cm.
G. Cape breton talent directory, preface by Doug MacPhee. Printed material, 29 pages
H. Scottish, irish and other compositions composed for Doug MacPhee and they include jigs, reels, marches, strathspeys, clogs, hornpipes, and airs. Photocopy, 14 pages
I. Script interview by walter bond of Dougie MacPhee in November, 1987. Photocopy, 9 pages.
J. Newspaper clippings & programs from 1961-1990. 35 pages.
K. Correspondence from Mr. MacPhee to John Paul II, Vatican, Rome, 1984. 1 page photocopy
L. Virginia Scottish Games - Celtic folk music festival program, 28th & 29th July, 1990 & schedule 2 pages
M. Acknowledgement letter from Mae Cameron, 1 page
N. Correspondence from Dr. Norman E. Burgess, director, conservatory of music and speech arts, Calgary's community college, 5 december, 1989 2 pages.
O1. Clipping c.B. Post, 29 July, 1991 "Musical Ambassador" 1 page.
O2. Clipping titled "Support for MacPhee" c.B. Post, 28 August, 1991 1 page.
P1. Program - the old town school of folk music concerts, chicago - feb. 14-16, 1992.
P2. Brochure - folk festival of traditional music, chicago - feb.14-16, 1992.
P3. Chicago tribune - january, 1992 newspaper clipping "old-timey tunes" 1 page.
P4. The art institute of chicago - map of museum.
Q. A book of songs and “come-all-ye” of Cape Breton and Newfoundland. .5 cm
R. Correspondence, brochures, and clippings
Fonds consists of essays from an annual essay competition at the University College of Cape Breton, advancing research in traditional history, songs, narrative traditions of Gaelic culture. Essays are arranged by year of competition.
a. Marilyn Dwyer, "Presenting, The Ancient Tradition of Gaelic Psalm Singing in the Presbyterian Church". Essay includes three tapes with an index. T-3193 (a-b-c)
b. Kate Dunlay, "Cape Bretoners in Boston: Maintaining Identity".
c. Donald J. MacNeil, "Cape Breton Folksong Tradition".
a. Marilyn Dwyer, "An nì nach cluinn mi an diugh chan aithris mi 'maireach, Eòin MacGilliosa MacFhionghuin (Jonathan Gillies MacKinnon)".
b. Marilyn MacDonald, "Milling Frolics on the North Shore a Look at the Past, Present, and Future". One video tape is included. FT 41
c. Winnifred J. MacDonald, "Sang abune a' sang" (Collections, Composers, and Fiddlers). One audio tape is included. T-3194
1990: Kathleen Dunlay, "The Playing of Traditional Scottish Music: Old and New - World Styles and Practices".
1991: Jacqueline Ann Dunn,"Tha Blas na Gàidhlig Air A h- Uile Fidhleir". (The Sound of Gaelic is in the Fiddler's Music)
1992: Jeff MacDonald,"Bràighe na H-Aibhne Iarmad mo Shluaigh" (Life and Times of the Scottish Settlers at St. Mary's Parish, River Denys Area.)
1993-1994: Margaret Bennett "Gaelic Song in Eastern Canada: Twentieth Century Reflections"
1994: K. Diane Grant "A Study of the Second Sight in the Highlands and Islands of Scotland and Nova Scotia"
1994: Rannie Gillis "Celtic Education". Family history and an account of how one would be enculturated and socially educated in the Gaelic culture of Cape Breton.
1994: Paula Rice "Mary with the Ewe". Agricultural practices in Scotland and pioneer Cape Breton.
1a. Correspondence and papers of the Cameron Family, Creignish, Including draft of a petition to Bishop C.F. Mac Kinnon, Bishop of Arichat [ca. 1854]; Letter from Duncan Cameron to his Brother Angus, 1851; Account Between Donald Mac Donald, Dyer, Mabou and John Cameron, 1854-1868; Trustees, Low Point Parish To Hugh Macmaster About Road Construction, 1857; Royal Gazette Notice Re Estate of Archibald Cameron, 1915.
1b. Miscellaneous Notes and Receipts, 1817-1910.
2a. Correspondence With Sister Margaret Beaton Giving Progress Reports of Work Done Under the Grant, 1972.
2b. Material Collected by Bessie MacEachern: the Grand Narrows Railway Bridge, 1959; Cape Breton Railroads, 1697-1964; Histories of Port Hood, Port Hawkesbury, Mabou and the Parish of Brook Village; Biographies of Rev. Dr. John F. Mac Master, Msgr. Donald Macpherson, Rev. Lauchlin J. MacDonald; Tributes To Rev. Donald Rankin; Folklore, home remedies, Scottish recipes and the working of wool or flax [gaelic].
Fonds consists of a submission by the Mabou Gaelic and Historical Society to the preliminary conference on Gaelic, Iona, 04 May 1980. Letter and timetable of the Gaelic conference held at St. Ann's on May 16-18, 1980.
Fonds consists of the constitution, by-laws, newsletters, programs, correspondence, addresses, clippings, questionnaires, and reports.
Gaelic Society of Cape Breton
Fonds consists of Gaelic poetry, songs, hymns and a letter. Creator is unknown.
A. Notebook of handwritten Gaelic songs believed to be the songs of Ewen MacKinnon, otherwise known in Iona as "Bodach a'Bhidse".
B. Gaelic translation of the hymn “The Old Old Story.” Hexatonic scale adapted to regular musical store by unknown person. Original, 2 pages.
C1. Song "Chuir Mi Cul ri Iollaraidh" (with English translation) [n.d.] Original, 2 pages. Presented by Mr. & Mrs. John MacKenzie, Mira Gut.
C2. Song: “Bheir a Nall am Botal Dhu” [sic] (local composition) Original, 2 pages. Presented by John Allan MacNeil, Grand Narrows.
C3a. "Mi'm Shuidhe M'Onar" by Scottish bard Sorley Cameron. The name “Neil MacDonald” is penciled on the manuscript but not definite that he is the author. Original, 8 pages.
C3b Humourous song [untitled] also written in Cape Breton. Signed by Neil Macdonald but he was not the author. Also 2 fiddle tunes with musical notation, one stating that it is from Bill Lamey. Original, 5 pages.
C4. Song (untitled) likely of Cape Breton origin. Typescript, 1 page.
D. Letter written in Gaelic from Crows Nest to a friend in Inverness County, 1915. Original, 1 page. Presented by John Neil Beaton, Port Hood, 1984.
Collection consists of Gaelic songs and music, clippings and a scrapbook. Each file collection is prefaced by an index of the songs.
Fonds consists of 1) Scottish music, handwritten, some composed by Mr. MacQuarrie; 2) Fragments of letters about music; and 3) a newspaper clipping by the Cape Breton Post of Mr. MacQuarrie’s death.
MacQuarrie, Gordon F.
Fonds consists of papers that include:
b. Two copies of the history of the first settlers in Iona including MacKenzie's version of the story of their first encounter with the Mi'Kmaq ; a story in English and set in Christmas Island. Many cultural practices are discussed ; a speech addressed to The Nova Scotia and Canadian Associations of Social workers ; two songs in English.
MacKenzie, Hugh Francis
Fonds consists of a collection of documents relating to the Conference, held in Sydney on October 15,16, and 17, 1987.
Fonds consists of Gaelic hymn music composed by Isobel T. MacDonald of South Uist, Scotland The hymns are all compositions of Fr. Allan MacDonald, Eriskay.
Fonds consists of:
Fonds consists of papers including stories, songs, newspaper clippings and a scrapbook. Papers include:
MacNeil, James A.
Fonds consists of personal correspondence, speeches Gaelic related materials, activities and initiatives by the Scottish Catholic Society (St. Kentigern Branch) and scrapbooks with newspaper clipping and local news.
MacNeil, James Charles
Fonds consists of correspondence, papers, and clippings pertaining to the “Cape Breton Salutes John Allan Cameron” program, October 21 and 22, 1978, sponsored by the Division of Continuing Education, College of Cape Breton, and New Dawn Enterprises.
Fonds consists of a speech in Gaelic and English delivered at St. Andrew's Night Ceilidh, Sydney by John Dan MacNeil. He outlines what he believes to be the reason fro the decline in Gaelic speakers and urges those who have the language to use it regularly.
MacNeil, John Dan
This fonds consists of a notebook of Gaelic songs, correspondence and poetry:
Notebook of Gaelic songs, many by Cape Breton bards [n.d.]
Letter from Dr. P. J. Nicholson pertaining to a Gaelic poem, 1943.
Gaelic poem composed by J. J. MacKinnon, n.d. Print, 1 page.
MacKinnon, J. J.
Fonds consists of a number of songs collected by Reverend John Norman MacDonald in the summer of 1952. This manuscript was afterwards borrowed by a John MacRury, another Minister, who unwarrantably copied some of the songs and sent them to be printed in the Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Inverness. The songs contained in this manuscript collection were obtained from various sources; many of them were taken down from the recitation of various people in Uist and elsewhere at intervales beginning in the year 1874 up to the present.
A. Manuscript of Gaelic poetry collected in the Outer Islands by Mr. Macdonald in the summer 1852, Glasgow 21 April 1852. (65 p.). Photocopies of original script.
CONTENTS: Texts and Translation of Laiodh Fhraoich -song by Donald MacLean (Domhnall Ban na Camairt) Folio 1, 61.
Fragment with Translation (Fuigheall do sheann Oran) Folio 9
Eulogy on Donald MacDonald (MacIain’ic Sheumais) Folio 10
Waulking Song (‘S mi’ m aonar air a’Leachdainn) Folio 14
Song (tha Ghaoth an Iar cho Caithreamach) Folio 16
Lament for John MacLeod, 6th of Raasay (Ian Garbh) Folio 21
Waulking song (‘S mise thug an Ceannach air Bainne Nighean Domhnaill) Folio 28
Eulogy on Captain Allan MacDonald, of Kingsburgh, by John MacCodrum Folio 32
Eulogy on Ranald MacDonald, 2nd of Milton Folio 35
Lament for Allan Morrison (Ailein Duinn shiubhlainn leat) Folio 41
Song (Maighdeann Mhic Fhearghuis) by Donald MacLellan Folio 44
Eulogy on Robert MacDonald MacIntyre by Alexander MacDonald (An Dall Mor) Folio 45
Eulogy on Alexander MacDonald, 5th of Vallay, by Donald MacSween Folio 47
Fragment (Latha Dhomh ‘s mi ann an Diuraidh) Folio 48
Song (An Oigh Fholuimte) by Donald Fraser, Rosemarkie Folio 49
Song of the Ossianic Society Folio 51
Verse of the Rev. Roderick MacDonald to John Gordon, 5th of Cluny Folio 52
Rev. John Norman Macdonald Collection MG 6.80
Eulogy of Major Alexander MacDonald, 4th of Vallay, by Alexander MacDonald (An Dall Mor) Folio 53
B. Preface - Rev. Angus MacDonald manuscript collection “Co-chruenneachadh de Dh’Orain, Madh agus sean, a Tomadh Cearn. Le Aougrus Macdhomhuill, Cleareach Chilliurnain, 1895. (3 p.).
Contents: (15 p.). Collection includes photocopies of the original script (212 p.).
Fonds consists of a family genealogy, along with Gaelic songs and poems.
1) Oran Marbhadh Na Muice (Le Aonghas R. MacDhombnuill)
2) Oran A Chollich (2 copies)
3) Cruachan - Beann (Ben Cruachan)
4) Fath Mo Mhulaid I Bhi Thall
5) Oran A 'Cheilidh
6) Duanag An T - Seoladair
7) Tha Buadh' Air An Uisge Bheatha (2 copies)
8) Muile Nan Mor Bheann
9) Gu'r Math Mar Tha Ged Tha E Fliuch (2 copies)
10) Lunneag Do Mabu
11) The Bochan Bridge of Canso
12) Where Have The Years Gone?
13) Oran A 'Chuil's A' Chladaich (Le D. MacDhomhnaill)
14) Oran Seacharan Seila
15) Domb'll MacEadhmuinn (Le B.A. MacIll'eollain)
16) Am Fleasgach Dualach (Le M.A. Nic Fnionghain, Kirkwood)
17) Sar-Obair Nam Bard Gaelach, 1877 (2 copies)
18) To A Famous Character In Roxbury
19) Oran Do Bara-Roth
20) Dan Do Sheann Ford
21) Do Bheinn Chlann - Domhnuill, Air An Rathad Fhrangach, Chap Breatunn (Le aonghas R. MacDhomh,Uill) Fonn: Smeorach Chlann Domhnuill
22) Mo Dhachaidh
23) A Samhradh's Nan Beanntan An Iar (Springtime In The Rockies) (Le M.M. Baddeck, C.B.)
24) Oran Do Alasdair Moireastan (Mar Gu'm B'ann Le 'Mhnaoi)
25) Gu De A'I Mi Mur Faigh Mi Thu
26) C'Ait An Caidil An Nionag
27) Oran Gaidhlig
28) Hi Oro's Na Horo Eile (Taken from THE GESTO collection, page 39)
29) Oidhche Mhath Leibh
30) Duil Ri Bailechaolais Fhaicinn O Chi; Chi Mi Na Mor Bheannaibh (2 copies)
31) Na Laithean Bh'Ann O Chian (Robert Burns)
32) 'Sneachda Mor Mhabou
33) One Untitled Piece
34) Original hand-written notes - miscellaneous Gaelic and English songs & poems - 19 pages
35) One humorous letter - (October 1985)
Fonds consists of a large collection of Scottish music and Gaelic material. Papers include:
MacInnis, Joseph J.
Fonds consists of materials collected by Mr. MacDonald while he was on an LIP grant. Papers include:
MacDonald, Joseph Lawrence
Fonds consists of documents relating to research on Gaelic Culture in Nova Scotia and other items written by Ms. MacKinnon. Papers include:
Fonds consists of documents including minutes, membership lists, applications, by-laws, purpose and list of members. Includes minutes of the first organizational meeting - 14 February, 1918, and subsequent minutes March 5th, March 19th, April 2nd, May 7th, 1918.
Louisbourg Scottish Society
Fonds consists of the script of the first ten programs of "Island Echoes", "MacTalla an Eilean" - 8 May 1971 - 10 July 1971. This program was hosted by Hugh MacKenzie on Radio Station C.B.I., Sydney and later by Norman MacLeod, following Hughie's death.
MacKenzie, Hugh Francis
Fonds consists of a Gaelic song "Na Cnoic 's na Glinn" with words and music by Mr. Gillis; the song "Nigh'n Donn a Chuil Reidh, written by Gillis. There is also Mr. Gillis' notebook containing songs in Gaelic and English, one of which is the original version of "Na Cnoic 's na Glinn"; violin music; record of marriages, 1881-1883, probably performed in St. Joseph's Church, Southwest Margaree. Also included is an affidavit by Malcolm R. MacLeod concerning the copyright of Gilis' songs.
Gillis, Malcolm H.
Fonds consists of correspondence and newspaper clippings:
a. Newspaper clipping: Tribute of Margaret MacPhee, August 23, 1980. 1 p.
b. Thank you acknowledgement. 1 p.
c. Letter from the Gaelic Society. 1 p.
d. Testimonial napkin and invitation.
e. Newspaper clipping: MacPhee Clan Ceilidh is enjoyed. 1 p.
f. Coloured photographic portrait of Margaret; 3.5 x 5 inches, 1980.
g. Newspaper clipping, The Coastal Courier: New Waterford Gaelic Singers, February 1, 1989.
h. Newspaper clipping, Cape Breton Post: "A Lively Step" Annie Grechuk and Margaret MacPhee, March 13, 1989.
i. New Waterford Parks and Recreation Committee volunteers the Heart of the Community Award to Margaret MacPhee, 1989.
j. Certificate of Achievement, Continuing Education Class Program, 1974.
k. Biographical letter highlighting Margaret's career, 1989. 1 p.
l. Magazine article from "A Cape Breton Ceilidh" by Allister MacGillivray, June 1988, featuring the piano career of Margaret MacPhee. 2 p. Also a stepdancing article from the same magazine on Margaret's accomplishments as a step dancer, June 1988. 4 p.
m. Musical compositions by Margaret MacPhee: Alex Graham's Jig, Jeanette (MacDonald) Beaton's Jig, Margaret MacPhee's Jig, Jacqueline's Jig, Doug's Jig, Josie MacArthur's Jig. Photocopies, 2 p.
n. Newspaper clipping, The Community Press, Wednesday, November 27, 1996 "Margaret MacPhee - A Very Talented Lady," 2 p.
o. Biography and Obit., C. B. Post March 5, 1997.
p. Eulogy - Fr. Greg MacLeod - March 6, 1997
q. Funeral Notice and Card of Thanks - C. B. Post April 5, 1997.
r. Appreciation card and photo of Margaret MacPhee.
s. Tribute by Elizabeth Patterson, Cape Breton Post, March, 1997; See MG 11.40 Dr. Charles MacDonald, Reference item D (https://beatoninstitute.com/macdonald-charles).
t. Newspaper clippings from Community Press & C. B. Post In Memoriam tributes for Margaret on the anniversary of her death March 3, 1997.
Fonds consists of subscription lists and correspondence concerning same to the business managers, Rev. Sam Campbell and Rev. J.J. Bryden, 1928-1932. Included are letters from A.J. Mackenzie, Christmas Island, 1933, John A. MacDougall of Glace Bay and Lauchlin MacGillivray, Antigonish. Mosgladh, published in English and Gaelic, was the official organ of the Scottish Catholic Society of the Diocese of Antigonish. This periodical ran from February 1928 to December 1932. The Beaton Institute holds the complete run.
Fonds consists of correspondence from Major C.I.N. MacLeod, Gaelic Advisor, Nova Scotia Department of Education, with words of 7 Gaelic songs by Cape Breton composers. They are: "Ged a Sheòl Mi ai M'Aineol", Tha Buaidh air an Uisge Beatha", "Ille Dhuinn Chaidh Tu'm Dhìth","Mo Nighean Donn á Còrnaig", A Mhàiri Dhubh 's a Mhàiri Dhonn", "Mo Rùn a Chunna Mi an Diugh" and "Horo Mo Nighean Donn Bhòidheach".
MacLeod, Major C.I.N.
Fonds consists of a collection of sheet music and books donated by Peggy and Dan Currie.
Fonds consists of a Gaelic song (with English translation) composed by Father MacEachen on the occasion of the 125th anniversary of St. Margaret's Parish, Broad Cove.
Fonds consists of papers, including musical manuscripts written by Mr. MacEachern, and a book of folk songs compiled by Mr. MacEachern. Refer to Tapes 1066 and 1067.
Fonds consists of an address to the Caledonian Society, Sydney on St. Andrew's Night, November 1962.
MacKinnon, Stephen J.
Fonds consists of minutes, correspondence, constitution and by-laws, financial records, addresses, cash book, roll book, and membership records that were created by the Scottish Catholic Society.
Scottish Catholic Society
Item a sound recording of various artists.
Item is a sound recording of Hiram Hosie.
Collection consists of original and photocopied papers, sheet music, and publications belonging to Winston "Scotty" Fitzgerald. This collection is filed in the rare book cabinet at the Beaton Institute. The following is a numerical list of his musical collection:
Winston "Scotty" Fitzgerald