Port Hood (N.S.)

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34 Archival description results for Port Hood (N.S.)

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Bathing Beach, Port Hood

  • 77-1480-1614
  • Item
  • ca. 1930

Item is a photograph of the bathing beach in Port Hood, now known as Lawrence's Beach.

Bathing Beach, Port Hood

  • 77-1483-1617
  • Item
  • 20th century

Item is a photograph of the bathing beach at Port Hood, now known as Lawrence's Beach.

Bathing Beach, Port Hood

  • 77-1479-1613
  • Item
  • ca. 1930

Item is a photograph of the bathing beach in Port Hood, now known as Lawrence's Beach.

Court House, Port Hood

  • 77-1484-1618
  • Item
  • 20th century

Item is a photograph of the old court house in Port Hood.

Court House, Port Hood

  • 77-1482-1616
  • Item
  • 20th century

Item is a photograph of the court house in Port Hood.

Dan Louis MacDonald

  • MG.15.35
  • Fonds
  • 1955 - ?

Fond consists of poem, “The Bochan Bridge of Canso.”

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

Iron Ore Mines

  • 77-139-273
  • Item
  • 1920-1940

Item is a photograph of several men working in an iron ore mine near Port Hood, Cape Breton.

J. Mariner Smith fonds

  • MG 12.1
  • Fonds
  • 1813-1961

Fonds consists of receipts and correspondence related to Smith's general store and his activities as an agent for the MacDonald Brothers, owners of the Glendyer Mills. Correspondence often refers to the political and economic conditions of Cape Breton. Some records of Thomas Murray and Co. are included with Smith's records. Presumably Smith took over the business of Thomas Murray and Co. ca. 1882. One account book from a general store in Port Hood operated by Smith is also included.

Smith, James Mariner

John Alex MacDonald, Gravestone

  • 97-785-28633
  • Item
  • 1997

Item is a photograph of the gravestone marking burials for fiddler John Alex MacDonald (1876-1958) and his wife Margaret MacDonald (1888-1973). Mr. and Mrs. MacDonald are buried in Port hood, NS.

Prendergast, Paul

John Alex MacDonald, Gravestone

  • 91-1070-23031
  • Item
  • 1991

Item is a photograph of the gravestone marking the burial of fiddler John Alex MacDonald and his wife Margaret in St. Peter's Cemetery in Port Hood.

Prendergast, Paul

More Tales from Port Hood

  • G42
  • Item
  • 1949

Four stories told by four different storytellers living in or near Port Hood.

Msgr. Colin Chisholm

  • 77-425-559
  • Item
  • ca. 1920

Item is a photograph of Msgr. Colin Chisholm, first Pastor of St. Peter's Church, Port Hood.

Port Hood Academy Pupils

  • 77-485-619
  • Item
  • ca. 1903

Item is a photograph of a group of pupils from Port Hood Academy. Names of some pupils have been identified on the reverse of the photograph.

Port Hood Baseball Team

  • 80-808-4988
  • Item
  • ca. 1925

Item is a photograph of members of the Port Hood baseball team.

Port Hood Buildings

  • 77-1485-1619
  • Item
  • 20th century

Item is a photograph of Port Hood's Roman Catholic church, convent, and old court house.

Port Hood Buildings

  • 77-1486-1620
  • Item
  • 20th century

Item is a photograph of Port Hood's Methodist Church, County Academy and Presbyterian Church.

Port Hood Harbour

  • 81-2-5072
  • Item
  • 1948

Item is a photograph of the breakwater area.

Port Hood Harbour

  • 81-3-5073
  • Item
  • 1948

Item is a photograph of the breakwater area.

Port Hood Jubilee Celebration, 1867-1927

  • 77-144-278
  • Item
  • 1927

Item is a photograph of the citizens of Port Hood celebrating the town's Jubilee. There are many people in the streets along with cars and horses and buggies.

Scottish Step Dancing

Item is a videocassette recording of various events and scenes filmed for the Inverness County Dance Project. The footage consists of stepdancing demonstrations by Tammy MacDonald, Gordon MacDonald, and Mary Janet MacDonald filmed on location at Mary Janet's house in Port Hood, square sets at an outdoor stage in Judique, a square dance in Valley Mills at the Marble Mountain Firehall, and a square dance at the hall in Orangedale.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YLg4HsEIOCY

Canadian Museum of History

The Inverness County Guardian

  • MG 12.45.4
  • File
  • 1929

The Inverness County Guardian was published in Port Hood every Wednesday by D. W. Jones, the publisher and editor of the newspaper. A yearly subscription costed $2.00 per year in Canada and $2.50 per year in the United States. The newspaper was Independent in politics.

The Referee

  • Newspaper 23
  • File
  • 1883-1884

According to the Edwin Alden & Bro.'s American Newspaper Catalogue, the Port Hood Referee consisted of four 22" pages and was printed weekly. It had a circulation of 375 and was classified as an Independent paper.