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              Distinction Magazine
              CA BI MG 21.14-A-1-9 · Item · 2017
              Part of Wanda Robson & Viola Desmond Collection

              Item is a copy of the Cape Breton University (CBU) Alumni Magazine, Distinction, featuring the article "A Story of Two Sisters" about Viola Desmond and Wanda Robson. Wanda Robson and Graham Reynolds are on the cover with Robson holding a copy of Graham's book, Viola Desmond's Canada: A History of Blacks and Racial Segregation in the Promised Land.

              CA BI FT-7a · Item · 1979
              Part of Sound and Moving Image Collection

              Item is a video recording of a Gaelic Language and Culture Series. This tape focuses on the gathering of the clans. It was recorded by Peyton Chisholm during a Young Canada Works summer grant in 1979; includes interviews with Jim St. Clair, Peter MacKay Campbell, Rosemary Hutchinson, and Jim Kelly.

              000-Relationship between tourism & culture, 016-Gathering of the clans, historical information, tourism and a plastic version of culture, 049-Gaelic languages, history in Scotland & Britain, 067-Scottish Gaelic, it's development, shifting of the centre of cultural poser to London, 135-Battle of Culloden: 1745, 147-The Roots of the Clan system, 153-how the clan divisions came about, 160-selection of clan chiefs, 169-the hierarchy of power in the clans, how the clan system worked at the time just before the clearances, 241-The Clan System, 260-an early Scottish Society, 260-how a chief was chosen, 270-the authority of the clan chief, 296-the abolition of the clan system: when and why, 328-Culloden (last stand for the clans), 330-split between the Highland and Lowland Scots, 364-The Lowland Scotts, the separation of the Highland and Lowland Scots, 398-Highland People and religion, 401-the role of religion in the life of the Celts, 419-conversion of Scotland to Christianity and the survival of paganism, 430-The take over of Scotland by Britain, erosion of its culture and identity, 442-King James (union of crowns), 449-1707 (Treaty of Acts of Union), 468-three choices re union and the decision of parliamentary union, the deliberate steps taken after Colladen so that the clan system would not be built up again, 473-wholesale massacre by the Duke of Cumberland, 486-Clearances, rational behind the clearances, 498-description of the clearances, 513-the springing up of woolen mills in Lowland Scotland and England and its consequences, 529-use of Highland Scotland as sheep grazing land, 541-leasing of Highland lands by Lowland Scots and British Businessmen, 551-Clearances, taking of highland lands, how the clearances affected the communal land systems of the Highlands, 590-Treatment of the Highland Scots by the British, British attitudes, Highland Scots had no choice either fall into sea or go on boats, 627-Scottish, Immigration, 630-Earl of Selkirk-settlers to PEI and Red River, 640-Chisholms in Antigonish County, 644-MacDonalds, 649-the conditions under which the Scotts crossed the Atlantic, 664-MacDonalds who left the Heberdies, 678-Scots in Cape Breton, the Scots and the Cape Breton forests, 688-how the Clan System fits into 20 century Cape Breton culture, 695-why very few record survived re the early immigrations, 701-Cape Breton Crafts, the perpetuation of Scottish culture through crafts in Cape Breton, 711-making pottery, 722-craft shows

              CA BI T-1020 · Item · 1975
              Part of Sound and Moving Image Collection

              Item is an audio recording of an interview with Annabelle Mackinnon (nee Gillis) of Gillis' Lake.

              MacKinnon, Mrs. Annabelle (Prime Brook) A Story of Life in Pioneer Days Agriculture (Part 1)

              MacKinnon, Mrs. Annabelle Lumbering to bsupply spars for sailing ships

              MacKinnon, Mrs. Annabelle Grist Mills

              MacKinnon, Mrs. Annabelle Dye Mills

              MacKinnon, Mrs. Annabelle Farming - livestock & crops

              MacKinnon, Mrs. Annabelle Planting potatoes in burnt woods

              MacKinnon, Mrs. Annabelle Wool industries - sheep shearing

              MacKinnon, Mrs. Annabelle French women grew flax

              MacKinnon, Mrs. Annabelle How leather was tanned & its uses

              MacKinnon, Mrs. Annabelle A story of Father's MacLeod's boots

              MacKinnon, Mrs. Annabelle Col. Granger & the Copper mine

              MacKinnon, Mrs. Annabelle Gaelic speakers & religious education

              MacKinnon, Mrs. Annabelle Clothing in the pioneer days

              MacKinnon, Mrs. Annabelle Improvement of crops with coming of commercial fertilizer.

              MacKinnon, Mrs. Annabelle Story of an agricultural meeting ...

              MacKinnon, Mrs. Annabelle Dairy products - wooden tubs & butter prints

              MacKinnon, Mrs. Annabelle The beginning of Co-operatives

              MacKinnon, Mrs. Annabelle Farming conditions improved with the start of the Steel Plant

              MacKinnon, Mrs. Annabelle Barn-raising frolics

              MacKinnon, Mrs. Annabelle Mary Bevin, a nurse from Man-o-War, delivered babies in Boulardrie area

              MacKinnon, Mrs. Annabelle Fishing schooners- Fox Island

              MacKinnon, Mrs. Annabelle Travelling to dances by Ferry

              MacKinnon, Mrs. Annabelle Fishing lobster through the ice

              MacKinnon, Mrs. Annabelle Root cellars - how produce was stored

              MacKinnon, Mrs. Annabelle The making of soft soap

              MacKinnon, Mrs. Annabelle Life in the Pioneer Days (cont.) / Priests in Boularderie

              MacKinnon, Mrs. Annabelle A farm purchased (200 acres) for $750

              MacKinnon, Mrs. Annabelle Genealogy of Iain Mor, Boisdale

              MacKinnon, Mrs. Annabelle Clearing the land - stump fences

              MacKinnon, Mrs. Annabelle Grist Mill at Malloney's Creek

              MacKinnon, Mrs. Annabelle Harvesting wheat - threshing and winnowing

              MacKinnon, Mrs. Annabelle Barley and grinding barley meal

              MacKinnon, Mrs. Annabelle How to make cheese

              MacKinnon, Mrs. Annabelle Preserving butter

              MacKinnon, Mrs. Annabelle Women's role in the early days

              MacKinnon, Mrs. Annabelle Shearing sheep...

              MacKinnon, Mrs. Annabelle Processing wool - carding mills

              MacKinnon, Mrs. Annabelle Pioneer handicrafts with wool

              MacKinnon, Mrs. Annabelle Ceilidhs

              MacKinnon, Mrs. Annabelle Transportation - travelled Big Pond to Boularderie by ice in winter, boats in summer

              MacKinnon, Mrs. Annabelle Potato crops - the coming of blight & potato bugs

              MacKinnon, Mrs. Annabelle How leather was tanned

              MacKinnon, Mrs. Annabelle Mi'kmaw crafts

              MacKinnon, Mrs. Annabelle Sea weed and its uses

              MacKinnon, Mrs. Annabelle The Government & Sir John A. MacDonald- economic conditions

              MacKinnon, Mrs. Annabelle Pensions in today's society

              MacKinnon, Blaine
              Interview with Lee Cremo
              CA BI T-883 · Item · 1977

              File consists of an audio recording of an interview with Lee Cremo in Eskasoni. Lee Cremo's background as a fiddler, the various fiddle styles in Cape Breton. Also, prejudice and the gap between white and Mi'kmaw ways of thinking.

              Interview with Lee Cremo
              CA BI T-2412 · Item

              File consists of an audio recording of an interview with Lee Cremo.

              CMH 86-46-86-46 LEB/SAY-Ac-40 · Item · 05 Aug. 1986
              Part of Inverness County Dance Project

              Interview with Lee Cremo - 2nd part (continuation from tape LEB/SAY-Ac-39) - talk about wedding dance, speaks about developing music in children, chanting or singing during wedding dance, special wedding song, birthdays, praying, singing for dancing, he sings the song for the dance, celebration dance, Nescaouette dance, learning to dance, dances in home, respect for elders, his wife explains about dancing and dance at Chapel Island, dance died out on Chapel Island, Mi'kmaq life, learning dancing, understanding Mi'kmaw dance movement, step for dances, respect in dancing.

              Canadian Museum of History
              CMH 86-46-86-46 LEB/SAY-Ac-9 · Item · 1986
              Part of Inverness County Dance Project

              Item is a sound recording of an interview with Malcolm MacDonald about his life, dances when he was growing up, dances at homes and schools, frolics, waltz, music for the Scotch Four, seasons for dancing, collecting of the fiddles, making a living, fishing, weddings in Mabou, church picnics, dancing stages, electricity, stories about dances, changes in dancing, qualities of a good dancer, wedding reel, Gaelic song-dances, dancing on bridges, origin of the dance, mines in Cobalt (Ontario), floor surface for dancing, dress at a house party, food at house parties, transportation, distances traveled to attend a dance, differences in the sets, occasions for dances, Boston.

              Canadian Museum of History
              CMH 86-46-86-46 LEB/SAY-Ac-3 · Item · 02 Jul. 1986
              Part of Inverness County Dance Project

              Item is a sound recording of an interview with Mary and Donald Roddy Rankin about their life, dance evenings, situations for dances, lumber camps, fishing industry, cooperatives, coop stores and banks, the role of the Church, song-dances, priest, Church picnic, etc., Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, July 2, 1986.

              Canadian Museum of History
              CMH 86-46-86-46 LEB/SAY-Ac-21 · Item · 1986
              Part of Inverness County Dance Project

              Interview with Maureen MacKenzie about her life, type of dancing, learning process, figures, numbering of couples, teaching figures, change in set, dancing running in families, church picnics, weddings and the stages for dancing, the wedding reel, jigging tunes, song or game dances, learning of dance in school, qualities of traditional dancing, dance context. Interview with Rodney MacDonald about his life, dancing in public, learning a square set, step-dancing, learning fiddling, occasions for dancing, qualities of a good step-dancer, floor surface for dancing, shoes, clothing for a concert and hall, past dancers.

              Canadian Museum of History
              CMH 86-46-86-46 LEB/SAY-Ac-26 · Item · 15 Jul. 1986
              Part of Inverness County Dance Project

              Interview with Minnie and Natalie MacMaster about their life, step-dancing, number of steps, frequency of dances, number of figures, concerts, picnics, stages at weddings, Scotch Four, Nathalie and the fiddle, playing for dances, winter playing, names of tunes, sheets of dance repertoire which Mary Janet MacDonald compiled, young people's interest in this music and dance, Glencoe Mills. July 15, 1986. Interview with Arsène LeBlanc calls figure he remembers, August 10, 1986, the music is a tape of Buddy MacMaster and Dougie MacPhee from Glencoe Mills, three figures (reels), where he learned them.

              Canadian Museum of History
              CMH 86-46-86-46 LEB/SAY-Ac-18 · Item · 1986
              Part of Inverness County Dance Project

              Item is a sound recording of an interview with Ronnie Haché about his life, started to step-dance, occasion to dance in Grand-Etang, step-dancing teaching experience, qualities of a good dancer, fiddlers he liked the best, why he likes dancing, occasion to dance, square-dancing, step-dance repertoire, clothes, shoes, lessons in Waltham and the Beg Step, number of figures in Cheticamp, lessons in Cape Breton area, teaches in Pleasant Bay. Interview with Denise Olson at Margaree Harbour about pipe playing and Highland dancing, learning Highland Dancing, learned the pipes, opportunities for dancing, house party, jig tunes, halls, box socials, the sets, fiddling for dancing, people who dance, younger people dancing, how to keep this type of dancing alive among the younger people, dance prohibition.

              Canadian Museum of History
              CMH 86-46-86-46 LEB/SAY-Ac-34 · Item · 11 Jul. 1986
              Part of Inverness County Dance Project

              Interview with Aland MacDonald about his life, dancing in the Judique Hall, more couples in the set, describe calls, music for the figures, swing, dance occasions, picnics, step-dancing, stages, weddings, dance prohibition, the Scotch Four, Jigging tunes, song-dances, music in his family, house parties, frolics. Interview with Robert Gillis about his life, house parties, number of figures and descriptions, round-racing and swing positions, waltzing and round-dancing by itself, first, second and third figure, grand chain, origin of square dance, church picnics, pay for prompters, caller on the stage. July 11, 1986.

              Canadian Museum of History
              CMH 86-46-86-46 LEB/SAY-Ac-11 · Item · 04 Jul. 1986
              Part of Inverness County Dance Project

              Item is a sound recording of an interview with Angus Central Beaton about their life, dance evening when he was growing up, jigging tunes, Scotch Four, Church discouraged socializing, qualities of a good step-dancer, fiddlers better for dancing, dress for a dance, changes in dance, song-dances, wedding reel, wedding celebrations, picnic platforms, emigration, influence on t.v. and radio, music dance in school as a child, dancing masters, origin of people in this area, learning process, practising, where do they dance, role of the school, how many steps and figures in repertoire, clothing for dance, dance floor surface, sounds of the feet.

              Canadian Museum of History
              CMH 86-46-86-46 LEB/SAY-Ac-35 · Item · 08 Aug. 1986
              Part of Inverness County Dance Project

              Interview with Blaise and Fern MacInnis about their life, Glencoe Mills square set, number of couples in a set at Glencoe, eight handed reel, dances in schoolhouses, dance prohibition, house parties. July 12, 1986. Interview with Mary Jane MacIsaac and Margaret Mac Dougall about their life, old-time sets, wedding reel, wedding dances, kitchen rackets, box party, house parties on Sundays, song-dances, dance occasions, box party. August 8, 1986.

              Canadian Museum of History
              CMH 86-46-86-46 LEB/SAY-Ac-37 · Item · 23 Jul. 1986
              Part of Inverness County Dance Project

              Interview with Donald MacLellan about his life, where he dances when he was young, dances in schoolhouses, going away to work in the States, dance content, Scotch Four, jigging tunes, house parties, lunch, piano, special houses for house parties, church picnics, selling lambs, stages at picnics, Flora Jessie MacDonald MacLellan, song-dances, wedding reel, funny story, dance prohibition, funny story. July 22, 1986. Interview with Mrs. MacInnis about her life, Dick's Call book, Dance Hall in the States, Dances in Cape Breton, picnics, figures in the set, prompters in the set, Scotch Four, schoolhouses, house parties. July 23, 1986.

              Canadian Museum of History
              The Beaver Magazine
              CA BI MG 21.14-A-1-8 · Item · April 2009
              Part of Wanda Robson & Viola Desmond Collection

              Item is a copy of The Beaver: Canada's History Magazine with the article "Ticket to Freedom" about the legacy of Viola Desmond as a civil rights activist on pages 24 to 29. Wanda Robson appears on the cover of the magazine.