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Alex Maceachern and Jessie MacDonald

Item is an audio recording of stories and songs performed by Jessie MacDonald (River Denys, N.S) and Alex Maceachern (Creignish, N.S).

MacEachern, Alex - A Bhean-taighe's na Sithichean

MacEachern, Alex - Murchadh is Mionachag

MacEachern, Alex - De chuireadh mulad ort latha do Bhainnse?

MacEachern, Elizabeth - Two short "bochdan" stories

MacDonald, Jessie - Mo nighean donn bhoidheach

MacDonald, Jessie - Oran mar gum b' ann le mhnaoi

MacDonald, Jessie - Fear a Bhata

MacDonald, Jessie - E hi ri ill raill o

MacDonald, Jessie - Togainn fonn air lorg an fheidh

MacDonald, Jessie - Mo nighean donn 's laghach thu

MacDonald, Jessie - Cnuic 's na glinn

MacEachern, Elizabeth - Burns and his Highland Mary

MacEachern, Elizabeth - Eilean a' Cheo

MacEachern, Elizabeth

Among the Gaels of Nova Scotia

Item is an audio recording of BBC Glasgow's 1971 radio piece 'Among the Gaels of Nova Scotia' concerning Gaelic language and culture in Cape Breton Island.

MacEachern, Bessie Fuadach nan Gaidheal
MacPherson, John Conversation with J.C. MacNeil
MacNeil, J.C. Families who left for Western Newfoundland
MacNeil, J.C. Orain Mocaisean
MacNeil, J.C. Soldier's song
MacPherson, John
MacNeil, J.C. Conversation with J.C. MacNeil, Genealogy of the MacNeil Family
MacNeil, J.C. A bhean a tighe
Sailor's love song
A Ghille Dhuinn
MacPherson, John
MacNeil, J.C. Discussion on their trip to Cape Breton

MacPherson, John Alick

Annie MacLean: CHER Radio Fàilte 'is Furan

MacLean, Mrs. Annie Rear Christmas Island "Bha Mi'n Raoir gu Sunndach, Sunndach" composed by Catherine MacNeil (Catrìona Bean Iain Ruairidh| Iain Ruaidh)

MacInnis, Dan Joe Sydney (N.S.) Violin selections

MacPherson, John Alex Sydney (N.S.) Conversation with Mrs. Annie MacLean

MacLean, Mrs. Annie Rear Christmas Island "Mise tha fo Mhulad air Tulaich gun Uaill". Song concerning a difficult winter in the Rear of Christmas Island by Catherine MacNeil (Catrìona Iain Ruaidh| Bean Iain Ruairidh)

Campbell, John Sydney (N.S.) Discusses Gaelic songs with Mrs. MacLean

Munroe, Deanie Sydney (N.S.) Bagpipe Selections

MacPherson, John Alex and MacNeil, Mike Sydney (N.S.) Conversation re: Cape Breton Gaelic songs

MacLean, Mrs. Annie Rear Christmas Island. Song about aging and marriage by Catherine MacNeil (Catriona Iain Ruaidh | Bean Iain Ruairidh)

Hashem, Lila Sydney (N.S.) Piano selections

MacPherson, John Alex; MacNeil, Mike; MacLean, Mrs. Annie. Conversation re: types of songs, milling songs.

MacNeil, Mike. Song "Horo is Toigh Leam Fhìn Thu"

MacInnis, Dan Joe Sydney (N.S.) Violin selections

MacPherson, John Alex; Campbell, John Sydney (N.S.) Conversation re: Gaelic in Cape Breton

Gillis, Wilfred Antigonish (N.S.) Violin selections

Archie Dan MacLellan and Lauchie MacLellan: Gaelic Songs

MacLellan, Archie Dan

Stories about Raonall Mor Mac Ailean Oig
Story about "Sithichean" (fairies) in Isle of Cann, Inner Hebrides
The French boat in P.E.I.
Oran an T-Seathaich
Puirt-a-beul - words to Miss MacLeod's Reel
"Gillean nan Drobhair"
Traditions concerning Miss MacLeod's Reel "Ceann Locha Morair"
First Pioneers' voyage from Scotland
"Murderer on ship tested with coin"
"No successful wedding without a fight..."
Forerunners
"Bocain" and connected beliefs...
"Spiorad an Drobhair"
Transportation by will...
"'Tha diofar math eadar na mic..."
"Priest and minister in River Denys..."
"Song about the burning of the jail at Inverness (N.S.)"

MacLellan, Lauchie (Dunvegan)

"Bheir mi o ro hoireann o"
"Sealladh nam mor-bheannan"
"An Gille Glas"
"Oran an T-Seathaich"
Saying from Gaelic Calendar
"'S e mo run an t-oigear og..."
"Illean bithibh sunndach..."

Beaton, David

Killer whales at Broad Cove

Shaw, John

Archie Neil Chisholm's Cape Breton, January 31, 1979

Carl MacKenzie & Doug MacPhee Sydney (N.S.) - New Waterford Violin & Piano: March of the Cameron Men; Lord Roth Strathspey

Archie Neil Chisholm Margaree Forks (N.S.) Talks about "Hidden Treasure"

Josie MacNeil Big Pond (N.S.) Tells a humourous story about a wake

Archie Neil Chisholm Store about a wake an a home-made casket...

Archie Neil Chisholm Story about a man who was henpecked...

Carl MacKenzie & Doug MacPhee Violin & Piano: Lor Roth & Tullochgorum

Archie Neil Chisholm Talks about the many talens of Cape Bretoners

John Allan Cameron Mabou (N.S.) "Rise & Follow Charlie

Josie MacNeil & Archie Neil Chisholm Tell several funny stories

Carl MacKenzie & Doug MacPhee Violin & Piano: Tullochgorum (cont.)

Archie Neil Chisholm Discusses how seriously people took their politics...

CBI Radio

Archie Neil's Cape Breton, February 14, 1979

Winnie Chafe Glace Bay (N.S.) Violin Selections - slow air

Sons of Skye Big Pond (N.S.) "The Boatman"

(?) Joe Story about the cow that always got up alone..

Archie Neil Chisholm Margaree Forks (N.S.) "The first man up on Day of Judgement"

Sons of Skye Big Pond (N.S.) Fidle selections & mouth music

Archie Neil Chisholm Margaree Forks (N.S.) Story of a headless man...

Winnie Chafe Glace Bay (N.S.) Violin Selections

CBI Radio

Archie Neil's Cape Breton, February 21, 1979

Carl MacKenzie Sydney (N.S.) Violin Selections - slow air

Dennie Cox Meat Cove "Take me back to the Bay boys"

Archie Neil Chisholm Margaree Forks (N.S.) Story about r. Chisholm

Josie MacNeil Big Pond (N.S.) Story about "Between two drunk policemen"

Denis & Lori Cox "Come a ro..."

Archie Neil Chisholm Story about a dog with a pedigree

Archie Neil Chisholm Story - "There'll be very little judging done the first day..."

Carl MacKenzie Sydney (N.S.) Violin Selections

Archie Neil's Cape Breton, February 7, 1979

Buddy MacMaster Judique (N.S.) Violin Selections

Josie MacNeil Big Pond (N.S.) Humourous Cape Breton stories

Archie Neil Chisholm Margaree Forks (N.S.) Story of children blowing up the outhouse

Buddy MacMaster Violin Selections

Donnie Campbell Sydney (N.S.) "Silver Darlings"

Archie Neil Chisholm Margaree Forks (N.S.) Story about the arrival of twins

Buddy MacMaster Judique (N.S.) Violin Selections - jigs

Donnie Campbell Sydney (N.S.) "Willie's Gang tae Melville Castle

Archie Neil's Cape Breton, January 10, 1979

Buddy MacMaster & Doug MacPhee Judique (N.S.) & New Waterford Violin and Piano:Golden Rod Jig

Joe Neil MacNeil Middle Cape (N.S.) Explains the true meaning of a "Ceilidh"

Joe Neil MacNeil Middle Cape (N.S.) Talks about the musical instrumentals, tells a funny story

Buddy MacMaster & Doug MacPhee Golden Rod & Tea Gardens jigs

Archie Neil Chisholm Tells why the pioneers came to Cape Breton

Marjorie Campbell Sydney (N.S.) "A Gypsy lad came to my door..."

Joe Neil MacNeil Middle Cape (N.S.) Tells another funny story

Archie Neil Chisholm Tells a story of a fore-runner

Buddy MacMaster & Doug MacPhee Violin and Piano: The Glencoe March

Marjorie Campbell English Song

Buddy MacMaster & Doug MacPhee Violin and Piano: Moonlight Clog

Archie Neil's Cape Breton, January 17, 1979

Theresa & Marie MacLellan Cleveland (N.S.) Violin & Piano: Strathspeys & Reels

Josie MacNeil Big Pond (N.S.) Story of a woman frozen in ice

Archie Neil Chisholm Margaree Forks (N.S.) Story of Reincarnation

Theresa & Marie MacLellan Cleveland (N.S.) Violin & Piano: Strathspeys & Reels

Buddy MacDonald North Shore Song about the hardworking Atlantic Fishermen

Josie MacNeil Big Pond (N.S.) Story of someone using a toilet seat for a picture frame

Archie Neil Chisholm Story of a long distance call

Theresa & Marie MacLellan Violin & Pianos: Margaree Valley Waltz; Blue Bonnets Over the Borer

Buddy MacDonald North Shore "Ho ro my nut-brown Maiden"

Archie Neil's Cape Breton, January 24, 1979

Winnie Chafe & Doug MacPhee Glace Bay (N.S.) - New Waterford Violin & Piano: Silver Wells- Pastora

Archie Neil Chisholm Magaree Forks Discusses Cape Breton Wit

Joe Neil MacNeil Middle Cape (N.S.) Tells several stories of witty Caper Bretoners

Archie Neil Chisholm Margaree Forks (N.S.) Tells several funny stories about people with ready wit
Winnie Chafe & Doug MacPhee Violin & Piano: Blair Drummond

Ann Boozan Glace Bay (N.S.) Bagpipe Selections

Archie Neil Chisholm A story about the devil...

Ann Boozan Bagpipe Selections

Archie Neil Chisholm Discusses life on the farm year ago - the hard work involve

Winnie Chafe & Doug MacPhee Violin & Piano: Bonnie Lass O' Bonnacord

Big Beach: Gaelic Song and Conversation

Item is an audio recording of an interview with J.A Macneil, Michael Macneil and John Angus Maclean of Big Beach, Cape Breton (N.S.) Features:

MacNeil, J.A. - A trip to Scotland

MacNeil, Michael - Biographical sketch

MacNeil, Michael - Biographical sketch

MacNeil, Michael - Ho iri raill o

MacNeil, Michael - S' fheudair dhomh...'s sgur de 'n dram

MacNeil, Michael - Railroad song

MacLean, John A. - Se fad mo mhulad

MacLean, John A. - Biographical sketch

MacLean, John A. - Story - the old woman and the trunk

MacLean, John A. - Ged a'sheoil mi air m'aineoil

Side 2:

J.A MacKinnon (MacKinnon's Harbour) :

Biographical Sketch
Schooling and teachers in MacKinnon's Harbour

Mrs. MacKinnon (MacKenzie):

Biographical Sketch

Selection of Gaelic songs

MacDonald, Joseph Lawrence

Biographical sketch of Hugh MacKenzie

  • T-3
  • Item
  • 1963

File consists of an audio recording; mentions first contact between Mi'kmaq and Gaelic settlers.

Brief biographical sketch of Hugh MacKenzie and his contributions to Cape-Bretoniana and Mr. MacKenzie is interviewed by Cathleen MacKinnon

Hugh MacKenzie: Early history of Christmas Island (N.S.), MacNeils vs. Mi'kmaq, Scottish Immigrants to C.B. Brought only bare essentials with them, Funiture and Clothing in the early days

Early method for making dye

Recipe for making soap

Faill iu faillin ho ro eile - Milling song

Recipe for making tea. Early settlers made tea from herbs and roots

Medical care - sick and elderly were cared for by relative and neighbors

His prayers were answered ... Anecdote

Difficulty getting food...

Mi'kmaw with scalping knife...

Dat's me father

Schools scholars in the days...

Asthma and sore throat cure

Superstitious practises

Meeting the red haired woman means bad luck for the rest of the day

The black cat superstition...

Discussion on second-sight

I feel a heavy weight on my back...

Second-sight story

Stop here a minute...something is going to happen right here

I saw my brother's funeral...

Hallowe'en customs/B. New Year with rhymes

Reiteach - matchmaking

Brief sketch of MacKenzie family...

The ship "Harmony"

The Scottish pioneers were ingenious

Oran and amadan bhoidheach...Song-lament tells of a man who mistakenly shoots his sweetheart

MacNeil Boating Songs (Kishmul Castle)

Gu bheil angille dubh-dhonn

Oran an t-saighdear - Soldier laments his second induction into the army

Tha mi fo lean dubh 's mi m'onair composed by Bard William Ross

Song lament

Tha mo glean air au Chieetan [SIC]

Tha mise fo mhulad 's an am...

Mary's Dream

O nach till thu ruinn a rithis...Jacobite song

Soraidh leibh 's oidhche mhath liebh

Thanks Hugh MacKenzie

Boisdale and Beaver Cover: Gaelic Songs and Stories

Nicholson, P. MacE. Boisdale (N.S.) The Heavy Load

MacDonald, Joseph L. Boisdale (N.S.) Song: Hi an hugadan

MacDonald, Joseph L. Boisdale (N.S.) Story about Father Joseph MacDonald

MacDonald, Joseph L. Boisdale (N.S.) Dress of people in olden days

MacDonald, Joseph L. Boisdale (N.S.) Fuadach irinn ill irinn, oidch, irinn iu

MacIsaac, Archie Boisdale (N.S.) A ri ill o hug oran o

O'Handley, Mrs. Catherine Beaver Cove History of Rear Beaver Cove, people still living there

O'Handley, Mrs. Catherine Beaver Cove Faill irinn ill irinn, uill irinn o

Lee, Mrs. Sydney (N.S.) Account of first railroad on this side of Grand Narrows

MacDonald, Joseph L. Boisdale (N.S.) Ged tha mi gun crodh gun aighean

Steele, Neil New Glasgow Biographical sketch

MacKenzie, Jessie East Bay (N.S.)

MacKenzie, Jessie East Bay (N.S.) Mo Dhachaidh

MacDonald, Joseph Lawrence

CBI Radio "MacTalla an Eilean" Nov. 25, 1978

Buddy MacMaster & John Morris Rankin (Judique (N.S.) & Mabou (N.S.) Violin & Piano Selections

Ronnie MacEachern (Sydney (N.S.) "Brave Ann O'Neill"

Kay MacDonald (New Waterford) Gaelic Story

John Steele, Marie MacLellan, Charlie Dobbin (Sydney (N.S.) Violin, Piano & Mandolin Selections

Mrs. Kay MacDonald (New Waterford) "Mo Mhairi Og"

Dave MacIsaac; Ali Bennett; Cliff Morais; George MacInnis Cape Breton Violin, piano, guitar selections

Alastair MacDonald (Scotland) "Hey Johnny Cope"

Robert Morgan & Kay MacDonald (New Waterford) Gaelic Lesson

Sons of Skye (Big Pond (N.S.) "Song of the Boatman"

Kay MacDonald (New Waterford) Gaelic Story

Allan J. MacRitchie (Scotland) "Eilean Fraoich"

Jimmy Shand Orchestra Scotland Scottish dance music

CBI Radio

CBI Radio, Archie Neil Chisholm

Carl MacKenzie & Doug MacPhee - Violin and piano; Neil Gow's Lament

Archie Neil Chisholm - Talks about "ceilidhs"

Rita MacNeil - "Old Man"

Carl MacKenzie & Doug MacPhee - Violin and piano: Strathspeys & reels

Archie Neil Chisholm - Story: "Your mother owes me two dollars"

Alex John MacIssac - Story of Flora & Sarah going to the Picnic

Archie Neil Chisholm - Story of two men arrivig at the Pearly Gates...

Archie Neil Chisholm - Story of two men arrivig at the Pearly Gates...

Alex John MacIssac - Story of an old lady travelling by train...

Archie Neil Chisholm - Story of an illiterate man signing his name...

Archie Neil Chisholm - Story of the cows' summer adventures...

Rita MacNeil - "I went down to the Island..."

CBI Radio

CHER Radio Failte 's Furan

MacLean, Joe, Sydney, N.S - Violin selections

MacLean, Alexander, Iona, N.S - Piano selections

Campbell, John, Sydney, N.S - Story about a piper

Gillies, Alasdair, Scotland - Song: "Mo Mhathair"

Gillis, Wilfred, Antigonish, N.S - Violin selections

Campbell, John, Sydney, N.S - Discusses Xavier Children's Gaelic chorus

Xavier Children's Gaelic Chorus, Sydney, N.S - Folk song

LeBlanc, Paddy, Sydney, N.S - Violin selections

MacLean, Alexander, Iona, N.S - Piano selections

Fitzgerald, Winston, Sydney, N.S - Violin selections

CHER Radio

CHER Radio Failte 's Furan (1976)

Fitzgerald, Winston Sydney (N.S.) Violin selections

North Shore Gaelic Singers North Sydney (N.S.) Gaelic song

Cormier, Joe Waltham, Mass.. Violin selections

MacDonald, Alasdair Scotland Gaelic song

Boys of the Lough Scotland Scottish dance music

North Shore Gaelic singers North Shore Gaelic song

Cormier, Joe Waltham, Mass.. Violin selections

    Gaelic song

MacPherson, John Alex Sydney (N.S.) Gaelic story

CHER Radio Failte 's Furan Alex Goldie

Item is an audio recording of CHER Radio's Failte 's Furan program. Recording features a conversation with Alex 'Alec' Goldie.

Fitzgerald, Winston - Violin selections

Campbell, John - Introduces guest, Alex Goldie

Goldie, Alex - Oran nam Fasan

Hashem, Lila - Piano selections

Goldie, Alex - Story of man who carried 98 pound bag of oatmeal from Halifax to Middle Cape

Goldie, Alex - Gaelic song

Campbell, John and Goldie, Alex - Discuss Gaelic in police work - coded calls in Gaelic at one time

MacLellan Trio - Violin selections

Campbell, John and Goldie, Alex - Discuss the speaking of Gaelic

Goldie, Alex - Gaelic birthday greeting to Hughie MacDonnell

Goldie, Alex - Story of man who walked 30 miles to Sydney (N.S.) to get liquor and tea for a wedding...

MacDougall Girls Pipe Band - Bagpipe selections

George Hamilton IV - Ghost of Bras d'Or (N.S.)

Goldie, Alex - Mala chaol 's beul tana

LeBlanc, Paddy - Violin selections

Goldie, Alex - Tha mo chionns air fhiuran

CHER Radio

Ceilidh at the home of John MacDougall, Glasgow

MacDougall, James Glasgow Ceilidh at the Home of James MacDougall, Glasgow, for member of C.B. Society, Sept. 1975: Story about a doctor's prescription...
Sinclair, Hugh Glasgow "Tha naigheachdan 's na paipearan"
Sinclair, Hugh Glasgow "Chi mi, chi mi bhuam e..."
MacDougall, James Glasgow "Morag a' Dunbheagan"
? Glasgow "A' fhleasgaich og 's ceanalta..."
Glasgow "Tha mi nam aonair an lag nan eoinean..."
MacDougall, James Glasgow Story of a man from Eriskay who went to heaven...
MacDougall, James Glasgow "John MacDonald's Trip to Glasgow"
MacDougall, James Glasgow "Morar by the sea"
MacDougall, James Glasgow "Ho ro tha mi smaointeach..."
Campbell, Flora Glasgow "Hug oran o ro 's toigh leam fhin thu..."
Campbell, Flora Glasgow "Thig ho ra bha ho..."
MacDougall, James Glasgow "An tuathanaich 's an t-each..."
MacDonald, Kay Glasgow "Nighean donn a' chul reidh..."
MacDonald, Kay Glasgow "Ho ro 's toigh leam fhin thu..."
MacDougall, James Glasgow Story of a cup of tea...
Campbell, Flora Glasgow "Ho ro nighean, he ro nighean..."
MacDonald, Mrs. Kay Glasgow "Mo chruinneag Ileach"
MacDonald, Mrs. Kay Glasgow "Chi mi bhuma, fada bhuam..."

MacDonald, Kay

Chengey-ny-Mayrey

  • G150
  • Item
  • 1977

Item is a a booklet containing transcriptions of stories told by Manx Gaelic speakers and their biographical information.

Conversation and Singing with Jim Charles MacNeil

Item is an audio recording of Jim Charles MacNeil reciting songs and stories in both English and Gaelic.

Talk on elections
D.D. MacKenzie and his umbrella
Oran nam Meinn Chopair composed by Lachlan Currie
Thug Mi Gaol Dhan t-Seòladair
Talks about the celebration in honour of Flora MacDougall who worked at the CNR for many years
First undertaker in Sydney (N.S.)
That man is not living yet
Undertaker...
Oak coffin for the colored man
I love the sailor boy

Beaton, Margaret, Sr.

Conversation with Jim Charles MacNeil

Item is an audio recording of Gaelic stories, songs and speeches by Jim Charles Macneil of Red Islands, Cape Breton, N.S.

Featuring:

Summary of what Sister Beaton told him of her visit to Scotland

Talk he gave on the radio program "Ceilidh"

Story he heard at a Ceilidh

Music and customs of the Gael in Cape Breton

Remember the race from which you come

Welcome address he gave at Gaelic Mod

Words of Sympathy to family of Malcolm MacDonald

John the Grit

Is there any more moonshine in the still

Come to the square
First footing tradition in Scotland

Story of a $5.00 Grant

Ottawa Angus

Crane's eggs

Father D.M. MacAdam's funeral

Sings "Cumha" composed for Fr. MacAdam by Vincent MacLellan

Beaton, Margaret, Sr.

Conversation with Jim Charles MacNeil

Railroad in Cape Breton
Reads a letter from Michael Ferguson to his mother after he heard of the death of Effie MacDonald
Reads Rev. S.P. MacDonald farewell address to Bishop Grant of Oban, Scotland
The Devil's not idle either
The pie social
Father MacLeod and the cows
...cows...
Mr. MacNeil reads the address spoken to himself by Alex Goldie when he (Mr. MacNeil) was made Honorary Chief of the Cape Breton Gaelic Society
Song composed by Alex MacInnis of Woodbine, about the selling of hay that was spoiled by rain
Soldier's Song
Soldier's Song
Song composed by John V. MacNeil after he left Gleann na Measeadh (Cooper's Pond)
Recitation of song made by Duncan MacDonald in 1918 on his way to French Road
Boy would not go to Aunt's wake

Conversation with Jim Charlie MacNeil

Formation of the National Council of Scottish Cath. Soc in Sydney (N.S.)
Accomplishments of the Society
A Gaelic school in the old Lyceum
A chapel donated in memory of Rev. D.M. MacAdam
Scholarships for Scottish boys to enter priesthood
The society published Mosgladh
Officers of the Scottish Cath. Society
Records of the society
Preservation of the Gaelic language
Reasons for the decline of the society
School teachers in the early days forbade parents to speak Gaelic to children
Cape Breton bards
Scottish Cath. Soc. Had annual competitions - dance, music, song
A story about Archbishop MacDonald
Father D.M. MacAdam's funeral
Tells story of and sings Vincent MacLellan's lament for Fr. MacAdam
He saw his wifes ghost
The result of controversy in a parish
Fr. Duncan - first resident priest of Big Pond
Fr Martin MacPherson...what happened when he found the church locked at Frenchvale...
Peter Smyth - the story of an eviction
Story about a widow...and a pie social

Beaton, Margaret, Sr.

Conversation with Joe Neil MacNeil and Jim Charles MacNeil

Item is an audio recording of Gaelic stories, songs and conversation with Joe Neil MacNeil and Jim Charles MacNeil.

MacNeil, Jim Charlie - Introduces Joe N. MacNeil

MacNeil, Joe Neil - Naigheachd na Bocain

MacNeil, Jim C. And MacNeil, Joe Neil - Gaelic conversation about old time storytellers

MacNeil, Joe Neil - Story of a drowning

MacNeil, Jim C. And MacNeil, Joe Neil - Conversation about the bards

MacNeil, Joe Neil - A ghost story

MacNeil, Jim C. And MacNeil, Joe Neil - More Gaelic conversation

MacNeil, Joe Neil - Fore-runners

MacNeil, Joe Neil - Marbh an Cu

MacNeil, Joe Neil - A funny story about Murdoch and the minister

MacNeil, Joe Neil - Another story - The Mi'kmaw selling baskets

MacNeil, Jim Charlie - Story of a Premonition of death

MacNeil, Jim Charlie - Discussion of farmers and farming

MacNeil, Jim Charlie - Funny story about a farmer who was an early riser

MacNeil, Jim C. And MacNeil, Joe Neil - Conversation about the ingenuity of farmers and fisherman in the early days

MacNeil, Joe Neil - Conversation about the ingenuity of farmers and fisherman in the early days

MacNeil, Joe Neil - Funny story about a fire and holy water

MacNeil, Joe Neil - Another funny story

MacNeil, Jim C. And MacNeil, Joe Neil - Story of the hawk and the rooster

MacNeil, Joe Neil - If you speak Gaelic, you're not a stranger

MacNeil, Jim Charlie - The dog that understood Gaelic

MacNeil, Joe Neil - The high price of cream

MacNeil, Jim C. And MacNeil, Joe Neil - Another ghost story

MacNeil, Jim Charlie - More Gaelic conversation

MacNeil, Jim Charlie - O hi ri ill obha ho

MacNeil, Jim Charlie and Sister Margaret Beaton - Ghost story - Father Martin

Beaton, Margaret, Sr.

Conversation with Neil Macqueen, Framboise

Item is an audio recording of a conversation with Neil MacQueen of Framboise, N.S. Mr. MacQueen was nearly 100 year old at the time of recording.

His father came from North Uist
His mother a Stewart - her family landed in Grand Mira
No farm implements - the pioneer's only tool was the axe I
The August Gale of 1873
His first pair of shoes made from calves of fishing boats
Making clothes - wool - flax
Weddings - the "reiteach"
Oidhche Calluin customs
Story of a man who walked from Big Pond to North Sydney (N.S.)
No horses - dogs used for hauling
Worked on a farm for James Carlin
Dominion Coal and Steel expropriated much land...
Ho ro mo chuid chuideachd...
In the early days, church services were entirely in Gaelic
Hymn - translation
Hymn
The fais ann do'n feur sharaicht
An t-seann, t-seann sgeula

Smith, Angus John

Conversations in Glendale (N.S)

MacDonald, Mr. Eugene -They say the women used to carry their own
spinning wheels; could you tell us more about the
Spinning Frolics?

                                           Returning to the story of the threshing mills, and
didn't you mention the word 'winnowing' and
feeding the fanners?

The milling frolics were wonderful events - did
they always sing Gaelic songs?

Whom Shall I take on the Irish Ship?

Song for rolling the cloth

Was the purpose of the milling to thicken the cloth

How about a good joke

Father Rankin questioned about early soap making
by the Cape Breton Island (N.S.) Women

Funeral customs

9 Gallons of rum

Ghost stories in Gaelic

Father John Angus Rankin - Ghost stories in English

                                             Ghost story continued from Side 1

Another ghost story

A second sight story

Bessie Maceachern - Am falbh thu leam a ribhinn og

                                             Mairi ni 'n Domhnuill

Am Fleasgach Donn

Billy MacPhee - Violin Selections.

Rankin, Fr. John Angus

Conversations in Iona, Barra Glen and Ottawa Brook

MacNeil, Mrs. James (Big Pond (N.S.) History of Iona Co-operative Society

MacNeil, Mrs. James (Big Pond (N.S.) First train Pt. Tupper to Sydney (N.S.), 1891

MacNeil, Mrs. James (Big Pond (N.S.) "Sydney (N.S.)'s Early Days"

MacNeil, Mrs. James (Big Pond (N.S.) Landing of prisoners at Main -a- Dieu

MacNeil, Mrs. James (Big Pond (N.S.) History of newspapers in Cape Breton

MacIsaac, Greg (Iona) Biographical sketch

MacNeil, Michael (Barra Glen) Biographical sketch

MacNeil, Michael (Barra Glen) Gaelic story

MacNeil, Mrs. Michael (Barra Glen) Brief biographical sketch

Mr. Rod Maclean (Ottawa Brook) Brief biographical sketch

MacNeil, Mrs. Michael and MacNeil, Mr. Michael (Ottawa Brook) Brief biographical sketch

MacNeil, Mrs. Michael (Ottawa Brook) Brief biography of Father Tony MacDonald

MacDonald, Joseph Lawrence

Conversations in Middle Cape, Big Pond and Boisdale

MacPherson, Duncan Middle Cape (N.S.) Biographical sketch

MacPherson, Duncan Middle Cape (N.S.) Strip mining of celestite at Loch Lomond

MacNeil, James Big Pond (N.S.) Biographical sketch

MacNeil, Mrs. James Big Pond (N.S.) Biographical sketch

Cherguin, W.L. Collection of Ivan Bailey

MacDonald, Joseph L. Boisdale (N.S.) Haggis - a recipe

MacDonald, Joseph L. Boisdale (N.S.) Norman MacLeod's vessels

MacDonald, Joseph L. Boisdale (N.S.) Norman MacLeod's vessels

MacNeil, Malcolm J. Cape Breton Past and Future

Melvin MacPhee Good old days at Glace Bay

MacDonald, Joseph L. Boisdale (N.S.) Excerpts from old Cape Breton newspapers

MacDonald, Joseph Lawrence

Cèilidh at the home of Alan Steele

Item is a recording of a ceilidh at the house of Alan Steele. Includes stories, songs, local history and lore in both English and Gaelic.

Steel, Allan Story of the building of the Railroad, 1887-1890

Steel, Neil Ged tha mi gun chrodh gun aighean

Steele, Sally Scottish music

MacKenzie, Hugh O, till a' Leannan

Steel, Mary Ye Banks and Braes

Chorus ' S truagh nach robh mise an Eilean

MacKenzie, Hugh Stop your tickling jock

Bryden, Joseph Mimics Mi'kmaq coming off train at Christmas Island (N.S.)/ Mimics Mi'kmaq singing in choir.

Bryden, Joseph Story about Michael Archibald's dog

Bryden, Joseph Micmicing Jim John MacDougall and John Campbell, stutterer

Bryden, Joseph Story about a Priest in New Waterford

MacKenzie, Hugh Story about pioneer days in Cape Breton Island (N.S.) ... Dat's my fader (early relations with Mi'Kmaq)

MacKenzie, Hugh Story centres around a sick woman Seumas Sandy said that if they ate rough food all would be well

MacKenzie, Hugh Humorous Story about Billy Eoin MacKinnon who said "Poor man's stomach was the same as Vanderbilts"

MacKenzie, Hugh More stories about MacGregor's dog killing sheep, rum

MacKenzie, Hugh Donald Isbel about shoes and also about slow worker

MacKenzie, Hugh The courtship of Floridh and Ruairidh under the tree with Hector at the top of the tree listening

MacKenzie, Hugh Story about Donald and a Priest

MacKenzie, Hugh Story about Mickey Sandy's dog.

Chorus O gur toil leam é gur toil leam

MacKenzie, Hugh Story about Michael MacNeil and stealing hay

MacKenzie, Hugh Sgeulachd "Gilleasbuig Aotrom"

MacKenzie, Hugh "Gilleasbuig Aotrom" (continued)

Steele, Sally

Dan Alex MacDonald and Neil MacDonald: Songs, Hymns and Stories

Item is an audio recording of Dan A. MacDonald and Neil MacDonald. Includes Gaelic songs, hymns, and stories.

Dan A. MacDonald (Framboise):

"'Se Ceap Breatunn Tir Mo Ghraidh."(Patriotic Song) Composed by Dan A. MacDonald.

'Laithean Sona M'Oige.' (Song of his youth) Composed by Dan A. MacDonald.

"Tell us something about your early industries, schools, churches, etc." Very interesting early history.

Angus and Donald - Travel. (Anecdote--Humour) Related by Dan A. MacDonald.

"Summer Time." Composed and sung by Dan A. Macdonald (Pastoral Song)

Life in early Framboise (Narrative about frolics and pie socials; no pipers in Framboise).

Introduction to our interview by Mrs. Neil MacDonald of Fourchu.

Neil MacDonald (Fourchu):

"D.A. MacDonald looks in the mirror" Composed by D.A. MacDonald about himself. (Humourous Song)

'O Chanada' (Neil MacDonald) (Patriotic Song)

Talented people in Forchu - Composed Poetry even at work; gifted in every way.

Early life in Forchu - History

"Spinning Wheel" (Anecdote)

"Tell me about the early religious life in Forchu - is the early Baptist Church still extant?"

All Protestants are now members of the United Church.

"We would like to have a few words about your early schools."

There is a little story about Captain Hooper. (Anecdote)

"In the Sweet Bye and Bye" - Gaelic - Neil MacDonald accompanied by his wife on a seventy-year-old organ. (Hymnology)

"Nearer My God to Thee" - Gaelic - Neil MacDonald accompanied by his wife on a seventy-year-old organ. (Hymnology)

Beaton, Margaret, Sr.

Dan and Joe Neil MacNeil interviewed by Rosemary Hutchinson

Item is an audio recording of Gaelic songs and conversation with Joe Neil MacNeil and Dan MacNeil.

MacNeil, Dan and Joe Neil interviewed by Rosemary Hutchinson - Biographical sketch

MacNeil, Joe Neil - Story of Domhnall Ban at a wake...

MacNeil, Dan and Joe Neil interviewed by Rosemary Hutchinson - Story of two brothers who went fishing at Castle Bay

MacNeil, Joe Neil - Description of grinding wheat with a hand-mill

MacNeil, Dan - Fishing through the ice

MacNeil, Joe - Another story of fishing at Castle Bay

MacNeil, Dan - "Mu'n cuairt an drama"

MacNeil, Joe - Discussion on C.B. Bards

MacNeil, Dan - Song by Lauchie Currie (about working on cord wood)

MacNeil, Dan and Joe - Discusses ceilidhs in the old days

MacNeil, Dan - A tall story of a man losing his pipe

MacNeil, Joe - Discusses mining in the early days

MacNeil, Dan - Mining song: "Ithill iuthill agus o"

MacNeil, Joe - Recites part of the mining song "'S e Cuibhle na Dunach"

MacNeil, Dan - C.B. Song about two men courting the same girl: "Och mar tha mi"

MacNeil, Joe - Discusses winter in the early days, travelling etc.

MacNeil, Joe - Description of footwear in winter in the early days...mogans etc.

MacNeil, Joe - Working in winter

Hutchinson, Rosemary

Donald John MacMillan, Glen Morrison

Donald John MacMillan, Morley Road:

Gaelic Song - Màiri Bhàn Dhàil-an-Eas
Story of bard, Angus Campbell and the Song of the Bear
Òran na Mathain
Song- Tha Gaoth an Iar a'Gobachadh
Bocan Story
"Will you marry me my Bonnie Lassie"
The MacMullinss from Scotland...
Piper MacMullins
Bocan Story

MacMullin, Donald John

Donald John MacMullin, Glen Morrison, N.S

Item is an audio recording of Donald John MacMullin from Glenmorrison (N.S). He sings a number of Gaelic songs and speaks on local history and stories.

Donald John MacMullin, Gaelic Stories: Relates history of the early days of his people (after their arrival from Scotland) to present days

Ceilidhs

Fishing and different kinds of forests

Pioneer days were hard...

Sowing of grain, threshing

Black Pot

Tha buaidh air an uisge bheatha

Air faill isinn u

Cape Breton Gaelic song - Bi'n deoch bho laimhean mo run

Story of Waterloo Stove

Se mo cheist an Gille donn

Story about Grandfather and great grandfather

Nionag a chuil duim nach fhan thu

Hubi a

Teannaibh dhluth

Cnoc nan t-Sithean - a magic spoon, a dead cow, Why?

Second sight story of people in Mira

Story of pig and dog and Big Donald of the Pig

Discussion of hockey playing

Story of the carpenter in Scotland who wouldn't tell his secret to his son

Hur ri le .. .'s e nighean donn

Smith, Angus John

Donald MacLellan and Mrs. MacCormack (MacQuarrie?)

Mrs. MacCormick (MacQuarrie ?)

            Conclusion of sgeulachd from T-2019
Story: "A boy who went to a doctor..."
Story: "A minister saying grace..."
Story: "A Jersey woman and a Jersey cow..."
Story: "The man who hung himself..."
Story: "Story of a burial..."
Story: "A wodow's son in Cape Breton..."
Story: "The man who was envious of his wife..."

Donald MacLennan

"An cota ur Martainn..."

Mrs. MacCormack
"Hi ri ill iu ill agus o..."
Story: "Cape Breton woman went to visit her son in the army..."
Story: "Donald & the minister..."
"O gur truagh mi le na corns"

Leach, MacEdward

Early Days in Washabuck

Item is an audio recording of Hugh F. Mackenzie, Alex Maclean, and Joseph A. Gillis discussing the early days of Washabuck N.S.

Drowning of Peter MacLean in 1827. (Alex MacLean) (Story--Ghost)
"Mr. MacLean, tell us about the early days of your ancestors in this country." (Hugh MacKenzie) (History)
Washabuck ghost story - same as earlier but more detailed. (Alex MacLean)
"I was told a story about a boat built in Washabuck..."(1868) The boat sailed from Baddeck, 1868, and disappeared-the "Alexander" (Alex MacLean)
Hugh F. MacKenzie recites poetry - lament composed for the crew of the above mentioned schooner.
"Cornmeal and molasses" - story referring to Scottish immigration. (Alex MacLean)

Song - "Thainig mi...gu ann taigh Gilleasbuig Ruaraidh..." Eadar bha ho-annan (Unidentified singers)
Song - "Hinn ho hog a ro..." (Unidentified singers)

MacKenzie, Hugh Francis

Gaelic Prayers and Hymns

Hymn to the Holy Spirit
Great Loss to the country - early history is forgotten
Prayers in Gaelic: Evening prayer, Morning prayer, Acts.
Litany of the Departed
Story of the August Gale
Another story about people saved through prayer - Sailors safe return (Big Pond)
Litany of the Blessed Virgin

MacKenzie, Anthony

Gaelic Songs Recorded by Donald Alex Beaton

Item is an audio recording of various singers performing Gaelic songs.

Cameron, Finlay - Song - "Mo Nighean Dubh" (Boisdale, N.S)

Cameron, Finlay - Song - "Gaol an t-Seoladair" (Boisdale, N.S)

Beaton, Alexander - Song - "Bitibh aotrom 's togaibh fonn..." (Boisdale, N.S)

Beaton, Alexander and Cameron, Finlay - Song - "O gur mise tha fo mighean..." (Boisdale, N.S)

Cameron, Finlay - Song - "Tha mi sgith bho'n tim seo 'n de..." (Mabou, N.S)

Beaton, Alexander - Song - "O hi ri ill o robha..." (Mabou, N.S)

Cameron, Finlay - Story - sgeulachd (Boisdale, N.S)

Campbell, Sandy - Song - "Cruinneag nam Buaile" (Detroit)

Campbell, Sandy - Song - "Tha mo run air a'ghille" (Detroit)

Campbell, Sandy - Song - "Teannaibh dluth is togaibh fonn..." (Detroit)

Campbell, Sandy - Song - "Ho ro 's toigh leam fhein thu" (Detroit)

Rankin, Angus (Black) - Song - "An cluinn thu leannain" (Mabou Ridge, N.S)

Rankin, Angus (Black) - Song - Ochoin o ri mo chuideachd dileas.. (Mabou Ridge, N.S).

Rankin, Angus (Red) - Song - O hi ri ill o robha (Mabou Ridge, N.S)

Campbell, Alex Angus - Song - Eilean mo Chridhe (Detroit)

Campbell, Alex Angus - Song - Se fa mo mhulad (Detroit)

MacNeil, Mrs. Alex - Song - Horan o 's na hi iu o (Mabou, N.S)

MacNeil, Mrs. Alex - Song - Illean ill o illean i... (Mabou, N.S)

Cameron, Mrs. Finlay - Song - An te Ruadh (Boisdale, N.S)

Cameron, Mrs. Katie Ann - Song - Ochoin a righ gur e mi tha muladach (Mabou, N.S)

Cameron, Mrs. Katie Ann - Song - Horo iu 's na hiurabh (Mabou, N.S)

MacMillan, Mrs. Janet - Song - Horo iu 's na hiurabh eile (Port Hood, N.S)

Beaton, Mrs. John - Thug mi run 's chuir mi Uidh (Mabou, N.S)

Beaton, Mrs. John - Song - 'S ann tha'n commun grinn... (Mabou, N.S)

Beaton, Mrs. John - Song - "Oran a' Bhotuil" (Mabou, N.S)

Rankin, Angus (Red) - Song - "Bitibh aotrom 's togaibh fonn" (Mabou (N.S.) Ridge)

Rankin, Angus (Black) - Song - "Mo run geal dileas" (Mabou (N.S.) Ridge)

Beaton, Donald Alex

Gaelic Songs and Conversation

Item is an audio recording of a conversation with Hector MacMullin, Lynden MacIntyre, Archie MacDonald, James R. Morrison, and John MacPherson. Includes stories, history and songs. These tapes, which were broadcast over the BBC, were made by Mr. John MacPherson and Mr. A.J. Smith (Glasgow U.) while they were in Cape Breton Island (N.S.) During the months of May, June, and July, 1971. They made their headquarters at Cape Bretoniana (Beaton Institute).

Dh'fhag a Lùdag Mi Pibroch and Story of Ruairidh Phìobaire
Early Family History Genealogy
Early History of her ancestors Genealogy
History of the Early Pioneers History
The making of Whiskey History
Comunn Gàidhlig Cheap Bretunn, Cape Breton Historical Society Conversation
Culloden Film
James R. Morrison: An account of his travels and early work in Boston and the West, and his return home... History - Early life
"Nuair a Bha Mi Anns a' Bhaile" Song
Closing of the Program Song

MacPherson, John Alick

Gaelic Songs and Stories - Jim Charles MacNeil

Item is an audio recording of Jim Charles Macneil singing, and discussing stories/history of Big Pond (N.S).

Brief talk of Father Michael Gillis
Singing; this Cumhna was written by John MacKinnon, Big Pond.
True, funny stories
MacPherson story...
Father MacAdam's death...
Address to Scottish Catholic Society; first Convention - short time after Father D.M. MacAdam's death.
Song part of Cumhna composed by Vincent MacLllan; Cumhna in honor of Father D.M. MacAdam.
Duain - Halloween customs in Cape Breton
Funny stories - One about the carpenter...
Song composed for that carpenter by Mr. MacInnis; supposedly spoken by the man who hired the carpenter.
"Tell us something about Bishop Grant of Scotland and Canon MacInnis"
Reads the address given to Bishop Grant and Canon MacInnis by Father Stanley MacDonald; composed by Father S. MacDonald

Beaton, Margaret, Sr.

Gaelic Songs and Stories - Jim Charles MacNeil and Joseph Campbell

Item consists of audio recordings of Jim Charles Macneil, and Joe Campbell telling Gaelic stories and anecdotes, singing Gaelic songs, and discussing local history, traditions and genealogy.

"The August Gale..." An account of the 1873 August Gale (Joe Campbell)

"The snowslide..." A terrible diaster - many were killed, buried by falling snow. (Joe Campbell)

"Story of my political career..." An account of his twenty years as councillor. (Joe Campbell)

"Tha Fonn air na Mocaisean" Composed by a Cape Bretoner in Newfoundland (Jim Charles MacNeil)

A new way of teaching the alphabet... (Jim Charles MacNeil) (Anecdote--Humourous)

"Thill thu, Iain,an dh'fhuair thu na caoraich..." (Jim Charles MacNeil) (Anecdote--Humourous)

"Railroad won't eat oats..." (Joe Campbell) (Anecdote--Humourous)
Story about the drowning of three men... (Joe Campbell)

A strange story. (Joe Campbell) Priests driving at night were troubled by a strange apparition on the road.

The murder of "Klondike Angus" from Ben Eoin (Joe Campbell )

Continuation of the "Klondike Angus" murder (Joe Campbell)

Note signed by A.D. Morrison, Big Pond,for a Mr. Temple, was dishonoured...A young lawyer, D.A. Cameron, was hired (1896) (Joe Campbell)

"Riley sold himself to the devil..." Riley went to Father MacKeagney for help. (Joe Campbell)

Father Duncan MacDonald's arrival at Big Pond. (Joe Campbell)

"Don MacIsaac's house is on fire!" (Joe Campbell) (Story--Second sight)

Miracle cure in Margaree... (Jim Charles MacNeil)

Story of the mineral spring at Glengarry Road (Jim Charles MacNeil)

"Bhean an tighe..." (Jim Charles MacNeil) Song composed in Big Pond when J.C. MacNeil & family were moving from that area.

Discussion on shipbuilding at Johnstown... (Jim Charles MacNeil & Joe Campbell) The "Annie Laurie" and others.

Cures in Big Pond... (Jim Charles MacNeil)

Father William's cures... (Joe Campbell)

The Atkinson murder... (Joe Campbell)

Storm in Cap Breton in 1905. (Joe Campbell) Storm stopped all mail in C.B.

"'S e Cheap Breatuinn tir mo ghraidh..." (Jim Charles MacNeil) Composed by
D.A. MacDonald, Framboise.

A.W.R. Mackenzie started the Gaelic College at St. Ann's, C.B. (Jim Charles MacNeil)

Mr. MacNeil was principal speaker at the Gaelic Mod, St. Ann's, on Pioneer Day (Jim Charles McNeil)

Early history of the Gaelic Gollege... (Jim Charles MacNeil)

Farewell address to Dame Flora (Jim Charles MacNeil)

A mysterious 'bocan' he saw... (Jim Charles MacNeil)

"Throw that stone into Hades out of my way!..." (Jim Charles MacNeil) (Anecdote--Humourous) "If I do, you'll meet it again!"

"O gurmise th'air mo mhealladh..." (Joe Campbell)

Story of a mail driver's hardships (Joe Campbell)

Noise of a train was heard but there was no train... (Joe Campbell)

Story about a lady from Middle Cape... (Jim Charles MacNeil)

"Fire on the mountain! Run boys, run!" (Jim Charles MacNeil)

Tells a series of legends... (Jim Charles MacNeil)

Beaton, Margaret, Sr.

Gaelic Songs and Stories Skir Dhu

Item is an audio recording of Alex Maclean (Big Baddeck), Hector Carmichael (Englishtown), Malcolm Angus Macleod (Skir Dhu), and Dan A. Macleod (North River Bridge.)

MacLean, Alex; MacLeod, M.A. - "Gur e mo run an Domhnallach..."

Carmichael, Hector & MacLeod, Malcolm A. - "Chaidh mi a mach"

Carmichael, Hector & MacLeod, Malcolm A. - Local milling song about fishing

Carmichael, Hector & MacLeod, Malcolm A. - "Tha buaidh air an uisge-beatha"

MacLeod, Malcolm A. - "'S math a dhannsadh Uisdean Friseal"

MacLeod, Malcolm A. - "Morag Bheag"

MacLeod, Malcolm A. - "Chairistiona Caimbeul..."

MacLeod, Malcolm A. - "Cuir do lamh 'staigh fon aodach"

MacLeod, Malcolm A. - "Ged nacheil mi math air bardachd"

MacLeod, Malcolm A. - "A ' Mhorag, nigh'n Dhomhnaill Duinn"

MacLeod, Malcolm A. - "Mo luaidh thu a chunna mi 'n diugh"

MacLeod, Malcolm A. - "Hiu a ho tha mi fo lionn dubh"

MacLeod, Dan A. - Customs surrounding "Calluinn"

Shaw, John

Gaelic Songs in Boisdale

Item is an audio recording of Gaelic singers in Boisdale, N.S.

Cameron, Finlay - Thug mi run 's chuir mi uidh

Cameron, Finlay - Tha mi sgith bho'n tim seo 'n de

Cameron, Finlay - Tha mi'n diugh gu tinn

Cameron, Finlay - Mo nighean dubh

MacDonald, Joseph L. - Cailinn mo ruin-sa

MacDonald, Joseph L. - Gleannan taobh Loch Liobhan

MacDonald, Joseph L. - Sgeulachd

MacDonald, Joseph L. - O go toigh leam

MacDonald, Joseph L. - Story of Ruaridh Mor and Seonaid visit to Glasgow

MacDonald, Joseph Lawrence

Gaelic Songs, Stories and Mass

Item is an audio recording of Gaelic songs and stories collected in the Boisdale area. Recording includes a Gaelic mass and Gaelic hymns.

Steele, John - Biographical sketch

Steele, John - Story of a man buying a horse (Local)

Steel, John - Story about Loch Mhor (Loon Lake)

Steele, John - Song: Eilean a' Fhraoich

Steele, John - Stories

Steele, John - A fishing story

MacIntyre, Joseph - Biographical sketch

MacIntyre, Joseph - A story about the supernatural

MacIntyre, Joseph - Tha m'inntinn trom

MacIntyre, Joseph - Tha mo breacainn-sa fo'n dile

MacIntyre, Joseph - Song

MacIntyre, Joseph - Ho ro 's toigh leam fein thu

MacIntyre, Joseph - Deoch laidir

MacIntyre, Joseph - O mo Mhairi lurach, 's tu mo Mhairi ghrinne

MacDonald, Mrs. Marie - Biographical sketch

MacDonald, Mrs. Marie - Two funny stories

MacNeil, John Hector - Biographical sketch

MacNeil, John Hector - Recitation of Lord's Prayer in Gaelic

MacDonnell, Rev. Malcolm - Gaelic Mass televised - 1964

Mt. St. Bernard Choir - Gaelic hymns

MacLellan, Theresa - Violin selections

MacDonald, Joseph Lawrence

Gaelic Songs: Various Informants, Creignish, N.S.

Item is an audio recording of Gaelic singing with Alexander Beaton, Angus D. Rankin, Elizabeth MacEachern, Maggie Gillis (née MacDougall), Duncan Gillis of Hawthorne and Margaret S. (Duncan Peter) Campbell. Mr. Rankin is accompanied in singing of chorus by Angus (Sandy) Rankin and Alexander Beaton in all his songs. Charles "Miller MacDonald of Glencoe Mills speaks about mills and Hughena Campbell talks about cheesemaking.

Side 1:

Beaton, Alexander - "Òran do Ghille a Chaidh a Bhàthadh"

Rankin, Angus D. - Song "Nach Muladach, Muladach Duine Leis Fhéin" (Local version)

Rankin, Angus D. - Song "Seinn h-Iuraibh Bhinn O" (Seann Òran Seilige)

Beaton, Alexander. - Song "O Siud an Taobh a Ghabhainn" by Anna Gillis

Rankin, Angus D. - Song "Bitibh Aotrom 's Togaibh Fonn" By John "The Bard" MacLean

Rankin, Angus D. - Song "Càite bheil I ann am Muile?"

MacEachern, Elizabeth - Song "O Teannaibh Dlùth is Togaibh Fonn"

MacEachern, Elizabeth - Song "A Fhleasgaich Uasail"

MacEachern, Elizabeth - Song "a'Chruinneag Ìleach"

MacEachern, Elizabeth - Song "An t-Alltan Dubh"

MacEachern, Elizabeth - Song "Mo Nighean Donn Bhòidheach"

MacEachern, Elizabeth - Song "Gaol nan Cruinneag"

MacEachern, Elizabeth - Song "Éirich is Cur Umad 's Tiugainn Leam"

MacEachern, Elizabeth - Song "Màiri Bhàn"

Beaton, Murdoch - Duan for a réiteach.

Beaton, Murdoch - Naidheachd: "Dòmhnall Cruaidh agus an Ceàrd"

Beaton, Murdoch - Song " Cumha Bàs Fir agus a h-Ìghne" composed by Sìleas na Ceapaich.

Beaton, Murdoch - Naidheachd air Mgr Ailean MacIlleathain

Beaton, Murdoch - Naidheachd air Ailean a Rids, an t-Each aige 's Mgr Ailean

Beaton, Murdoch - Naidheachd air Aonghas Cìobair ann a Seatago

Beaton, Murdoch - Naidheachd: Coilleach an Àite Clog

Beaton, Murdoch - Naidheachd: An Cù Leisg

Beaton, Murdoch - Naidheachd: Fear a Fhuair Muc an Asgaidh

Beaton, Murdoch - Naidheachd: Léine Ùr airson Piognaig

Beaton, Murdoch - Song "Òran na Seana Mhaighdinn"

Beaton, Murdoch - Song "A 'Dhòmhnuill Bhig a hu a ho"

Side 2:

Campbell, Margaret S. (Mrs Duncan Peter) of Glencoe Mills - Song "Deoch-Slàinte Luchd nam Brachannan"

MacDonald, Hugh Donald of Glencoe Mills - Song "Eilean Sgitheanach nam Buadh"

MacDonald, Charles "Miller" - Operating grist, carding and saw mills

Campbell, Hughena - Making cheese

MacEachern, Elizabeth - song "Clachan Ghlinndaruadhail"

Gillis, Maggie (née MacDougall) - Song "Annie Laurie" in Gaelic

Gillis, Maggie (née MacDougall) - Hymn "Pulling Hard Against the Stream"

Gillis, Duncan - song "Chì Mi Bhuam"

Unknown - song "Duanag an t-Seòladair"

MacEachern, Elizabeth

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