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Arichat Catholic Cemetery

  • 94-1144-25659
  • Item
  • 1994

Item is a photograph of a trappistine monument at an Arichat catholic cemetery.

Arichat Convent

  • 77-562-696
  • Item
  • ca. 1920

Item is a photograph of the convent in Arichat.

Arichat, Government Wharf

  • 80-832-5012
  • Item
  • ca. 1960

Item is a photographic postcard of the Arichat government wharf.

Cape Breton Island

  • 77-614-748
  • Item
  • 20th century

Item is a photograph of a view of the southwest shore of Cape Breton Island from St. Peter's Bay eastward, by J.F.W. DesBarres.

Congregation of Notre Dame Collection

  • MG 13.13
  • Collection
  • 1885 - 2011

Holy Angels Convent was founded in 1885 at the request of Father James Quinan for the purpose of providing education to the young women of Cape Breton County. Holy Angels operated as the only all girls' educational institution east of Montreal since its founding. Holy Angels High School was known for its fine arts programming with instruction in music, drawing, sculpting, speech and drama.

The fonds consists of seven series: photographs, audiovisual recordings, textual records, Sister Rita Clare, the Marguerite Bourgeoys Centre, Centennial Celebrations, and Objects. The Collection is predominantly a photographic one, with over 3200 negatives, positives and prints spread over the seven series.

The audiovisual recordings include 136 items that relate to the Sisters of the Congregation of Notre-Dame, Holy Angels Convent, Holy Angels High School, the Cape Breton Chorale, the Holy Angels Chorale, the Cape Breton Youth Choir, and Sister Rita Clare. Sister Rita Clare's material includes images, concert programmes, scrapbooks, video tapes, audio reels, and audio cassettes documenting the activities of both the Holy Angels Chorale from 1962-1983, the Holy Angels Alumnae Choir (1985 - 2010), the Cape Breton Youth Choir (1988-1998).

In addition to the music program materials, there are other recordings relating to religious education and the activities of the Convent and School. The textual records consists of material connected to student and community activities in the Sydney area during the twentieth century; samples of student evaluations and compositions, graduation documents, the school newsletter, the Library's operational registers, and correspondence are included. The Collection also includes a number of objects that were donated to the Beaton Institute by Sisters of the CND and photographic and textual records related to the Marguerite Bourgeoys Centre and the Holy Angels Centennial Celebrations, which were held in 1985.

In 2009 the Congregation of Notre-Dame announced their intention to close the convent and sell the property in the historic Northend of Sydney. This closure brought an end to a 126 year history of pioneering in women's education in eastern Canada. The building has since been purchased and is now the New Dawn Centre for Social Innovation.

Court House, Arichat

  • 77-172-306
  • Item
  • 20th century

Item is a photograph of the court house in Arichat, Cape Breton.

Dan Alex MacDonald and Neil MacDonald

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 Forchu.

Neil MacDonald (Forchu):

"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, Sister Margaret

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, Sister Margaret

DJ MacDermaid: Fonn is Furan

Item is a sound recording of Fonn is Furan. All songs sung by Donald John MacDermaid of Framboise and Massachusetts.

Cassette notes it as tape #109.

Track List: Side A
Track A1 - A'Chuthag. 03:18
Track A2 - Eilidh. 03:25
Track A3 - Gad Chuimhneachadh. 04:03
Track A4 - Laithean Sona m-Òige. Composed by Dan Alex MacDonald of Framboise. 04:55
Track A5 - Càite Bheil i ann am Muile. 03:17
Track A6 - Moladh an Lanndaidh. 04:01
Track A7 - Oran Maraiche (Mo Chridhe Trom 's cha Charaich e) 08:47
Track A8 - Gura Truagh nach robh Mise an Eilean an Fhraoich.

Side B
Track B1 - Daolagan Cholarada. 05:13
Track B2 - An Gille Donn. 04:38
Track B3 - Nigheanan Ruairidh. Composed by Dan MacDonald (Mac Dhòmhnaill 'ic Alasdair 'ic Ruairidh). of Gabarus In: Beyond the Hebrides p. 164. 02:25
Track B4 - Iain a Luaidh Nach Pòs Thu. 07:27
Track B5 - Clachan Ghlinn Da-Ruadhail. 03:26
Track B6 - Mairi Bhain Dhail-an-Eas. 05:45
Track B7 - Turus gu Glaschu. Composed by Neil MacLeod, Scotland. 05:45

D.J. MacDermaid Songs & Stories Collection

  • MG 21.8
  • Fonds
  • 1952-1987

The collection consists of sixty cassette tapes of both primary recordings and some commercial material collected by Donald John MacDermaid from the early 1950s to the late 1980s.

Recordings taken in this collection cover a spectrum of Gàidhlig culture from Scotland, Cape Breton, and Massachusetts "The Boston States." In-House recordings include Gàidhlig stories and songs by singers such as MacDermaid himself, his brother Norman, Florence MacLeod, Ross MacDonald, Kenneth Morrison, and others. Fiddle & pipe tunes from renowned Cape Breton musicians like Winston Fitzgerald, Lee Cremo and Bill Lamey round out the musical selections. Commercial recordings include songs by Norman MacLean, Archie Grant, Calumn Kennedy and other Scottish singers.

MacDermaid, Donald John

Donald "Dan Alex" MacDonald fonds

  • MG 6.35
  • Fonds
  • 1969

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

Dredging at St. Peter's Canal

  • 76-5
  • Item
  • 1890

Item is a photograph of the dredging of St. Peter's Canal by the dredger, the Geo. McKenzie, in 1890.

First Graduates, Arichat College

  • 77-471-605
  • Item
  • ca. 1853

Item is a photograph of the first graduates of Arichat College, which was founded in 1853. Two years later, the College was moved to Antigonish and St. Francis Xavier College was established.

Left to right: Duncan MacEachern of Glendale, Judge MacIsaac of Antigonish, and Prof. A. G. MacDonald, River Denys.

Framboise Gaelic Singers #105

Item is a sound recording of Gaelic singers.

Cassette notes it as tape #105.

Track List: Side A:
Track A1 -Òran a Chìobair. Local composition, composer unknown. Concerns a woman's love for a shepherd who visits her farm. Singer: Murdock D. MacLeod, Framboise. 02:50
Track A2 - Canada Thìr an Àidh. Composed by Kate (MacLeod) MacInnes of Framboise. Singer: Angus A. MacLeod, Framboise. 03:33
Track A3 - Am Bràighe. Composed by Malcolm H. Gillis, Southwest Margaree. SInger: Angus MacDonald. 03:36
Track A4 - Gàidheal air Fògradh. Composed by James R. Morrison of Framboise. Singer: Dan W. Strachan. 03:09
Track A5 - Màiread Bhàn. Local song supposedly composed by a Patterson from Stirling. Singer: Neil Morrison, Framboise. IN: Beyond the Hebrides p. 153. 03:32
Track A6 - Dheanainn Sùgradh ri an Nighean Duibh. Singer: Neil D. Morrison, Framboise 03:09
Track A7 - Gàidheil Albainn Ùr. Composed by Kenneth A. Ferguson of l'Ardoise Highlands. Singer: Angus MacDonald. In: Beyond the Hebrides p.110. 03:23
Track A8 - Moladh na Gàidhlig. Composed by Malcolm MacNeil of Ironvile. Singer: Norman MacDermaid, Framboise. In: Bàrdachd a Albainn Nuaidh. 01:55
Track A9 - Mo Roghainn 's Mo Rùn a Chunna Mi'n Dé. Singer: Norman MacDermaid, Framboise. 01:58
Track A10 - Maili Dhonn Bhòidheach Dhonn. Local composition. Composer unknown. Singer: Dan Alex MacDonald, Framboise. 03:08

Side B:
Track B1 - Òran do'n Transvaal. Composed by Donald MacMillan of Loch Lomond. In: Beyond the Hebrides p. 105. Singer: Alex MacLennan. 02:28
Track B2 - Fuadach nan Gàidheal. Singer: Alex MacLennan. 02:07
Track B3 - English Recitations (Bill Colbert) 01:47
Track B4 - Òran na Tì. Singer: Angus MacDonald. In: A Choice Collection of Gaelic Poems p. 127. 03:10
Track B5 - 'S i Mo Ghaol a'Mhaighdean Lurach. Singer: Unknown. 04:21
Track B6 - Air a'Cheul Là do'n t-Samhradh or Ho Ro Mo Chuid Chuideachd Thu. Composed by Sam Patterson of Stirling. Singer: Alex MacAskill, Framboise. In: Beyond the Hebrides p. 197. 02:37
Track B7 - Tha Mo Chionn 's air an Fhiuran. Singer: John Alex MacAskill. 04:49
Track B8 - 'S i Mo Ghaol a'Mhaighdean Lurach. Singer: Unknown. 04:14

Framboise Gaelic Songs - Various Artists

Item is a sound recording of Gaelic singers copied from a recording by Kenneth Morrison.

Track List: Side A
Track A1 - Oran a'Mhinistear. Composed by Rev. Kenneth MacLeod of Humes River. Singer: Dan K. MacLeod, Grand River. 05:01
Track A2 - Théid mi gad Amhairc. Composed by John Campbell of Ledaig, Scotland. In: Modern Gaelic Bards p. 182 04:44
Track A3 - An Téid thu Leam a Ribhinn Mhaiseach. Singer: Dan K. MacLeod, Grand River.
Track A4 - Suas Leis a'Ghàidhlig. Singer Neil Morrison, Loch Lomond.
Track A5 - Eilean Mo Chridhe. Singer: Alice Morrison, Grand River Falls.
Track A6 - Local English composition about bachelors. Chorus: There's Scotsmen and Frenchmen wherever you go. Singer: Alice Morrison, Grand River.
Track A7 - E ho Nighean Hi Ho Nighean/ Cailin Donn na Buaile. Local composition about bachelors. Singer: Angus Morrison.
Track A8 - Morrison's Store/Christmas at the Bridge. Local English composition. SInger: Alice Morrison, Grand River Falls.

Side B
Track B1a - Òran na Tì. Local composition concerning tea. Composer unknown. Singer: Angus Morrison. 03:26
Track B1b - The Party Telephone (English) . SInger: Alice Morrison, Grand River Falls. 03:01
Track B2 - a Mhàiri Bhòidheach. Composed by Alexander Stewart of North Uist. Singer: Unkown.
Track B3 - Mo Nighean Donn an t-Sùgraidh. Singer: Norman MacDermaid, Framboise and Massachusetts. 05:11
Track B4(1) Local composition about a women on a winter's sea voyage ending in Framboise. Composer and singer: unkown.
Track B4(2) - Canada Thir An Aigh. Composed by Catherine (MacLeod) MacInnis of Framboise. Singer: Norman MacDermaid, Framboise and Massachusetts. IN: Beyond the Hebrides p. 131. 04:36
Track B4(3) - An Téid thu Leam a Mhàiri. Singer: Norman MacDermaid, Framboise and Massachusetts. In an t-Òranaiche. 04:52
Track B5 - Fear nam Fiaclan. Singer: Kenny Morrison, Loch Lomond and Sydney. 01:43

Framboise Gaelic Songs #107

Item is a sound recording of Gaelic songs.

Cassette notes it as tape #107.

Track List: Side A
Track A1 - Òran a'Chàr. Somposed by Dan Alex MacDonald of Framboise. Singer: Alex MacLeod, Framboise. In: Songs from Framboise p.31. 02:34
Track A2 - Song with piano accompaniment. Unintelligible. (North Shore Ladies) 01:55
Track A3 - Och mar tha mi 's mi nam Aonair. An Gille Donn. Poor audio quality. SInger: unknown. 13:20
Track A4 - Càit' an Caidil Nionag aNochd. Singer: Unknown 06:53
Track A5 - 'S e Ceap Breatainn Tìr mo Ghràidh. Composed by Dan Alex MacDonald of Framboise. Singer: unknown. 02:58
Track A6 - Tha Mo Run air a'Ghille. SInger: Unknown 03:51

Side B
Track B1 - Canada Thìr an Àigh. Composed by Catherine (MacLeod) MacInes of Framboise. Singer: D.J. MacDonald. In: Beyond the Hebrides p.131. 03:34
Track B2 - Òran Gàidheal air Fògradh. Composed by James R. Morrison of Framboise. Signer: D.W. Strachan, Stirling. 02:42
Track B3 - Am Bràighe. Composed by Malcom H. Gillis, Southwest Margaree. SInger: Angus MacDonald. 03:50
Track B4 - Mo Shùil 'ad Dhéidh. Singer: D.W. Strachan,Stirling. 06:04
Track B5 - Daolagan Cholarado. Singer: D.J. MacDermaid of Framboise and Massachusetts. 04:15
Track B6 - The Party Telephone (English) (D.J. MacDermaid) 05:13
Track B7 - Gaol nan Cruinneag. Singer: Unknown.
Track B8 - Eilean mo Chridhe. Singer: Angus MacDonald.
Track B10 -Air a' Cheud Là do'n t-Sàmhradh. Composed by Sam Patterson of Stirling. Singer: D.J. MacDermaid of Framboise and Massachusetts. In: Beyond the Hebrides p. 197.

Gabarus Milling Frolic, Hymns and Precenting

Item is a sound recording of Gabarus Milling Frolics, hymn singing and precenting.

Cassette notes it as tape #123.

Track List:
Side A
Track A1 - Gur tu mo Nighean Donn Bhòidheach. Singer: unidentified. 04:34
Track A2 - Ged a Sheòl mi air m'Aineol. SInger: Allan MacLeod, New Boston. 03:27
Track A3 - Na Horo Hi Hoireannan. Singer: Unidentified. 04:30
Track A4 -Nionag a' Chùil Duinn nach Fhan thu. Singer: Allan MacLeod, New Boston. 02:40
Track A5 -A Fheasgaich Òg an Òr-fhuilt Chraobhaich Chais. Singer: unidentified. 02:53
Track A6 - An Gille Donn. Singer: unidentified. 01:09
Track A7 - Tha Tighinn Fodham. The first part of the song appears to be a local composition about bachelors while the majority is a song in praise of Clan Ranald by John MacDonald (Iain MacDhùghaill). 05:59
Track A8 - OIdhche Dhomh 's mi Siubhail a'Chuain. See MacEdward Leach: https://www.mun.ca/folklore/leach/songs/CB/9-09.htm . Singer: unidentified. 02:47
Track A9 - 'S e mo Ghaol a'Mhaighdean Lurach. Singer: Unidentified. 03:05
Track A10 - Dan do Sheann Ford. Composed by William MacVicar of Catalone. Singer: Allan MacLeod, New Boston. 02:54

Side B
Track B1 - Three songs: An Tulach Bhòidheach. Composed by Archibald J. (Eairsidh Sheumais) MacKenzie. Singer: unidentified. Mo Chridhe Trom 's Cha Neònach. Well-known sailing song. Singer: unidentified. Am Bràighe. Composed by Malcolm H. Gilis of Southwest Margaree. Singer: unidentified. 10:13
Track B2 - Pipe music - Amazing Grace (Various Artists) 05:30
Track B3 - Precenting Psalm 103. Singers: unidentified. 06:10
Track B4 -2 Hymns - An t-Seann, t-Seann Sgeul and The Old One Hundredth (Gaelic). SIngers: unidentified. 05:10
Track B5 - "How Great Thou Art" in Gaelic (Various Artists) 05:49
Track B6 - Hymn - O Mhiorbhail Gràs. 02:58
Track B7 - Hymn - Soillse an Àigh 03:43
Track B8 - Gàidheal Albainn Ùr. Composed by Kenneth A. Ferguson after WWI. In: Beyond the Hebrides p. 110. SInger: Angus MacDonald, Gabarus Lake. 06:43

Gaelic Singers - Framboise N.S.

Item is a sound recording of a performance in Framboise.

Track List: Side A:

Track A1: 'S i Mo Ghaol a'Mhaighdean Lurach. Singer: Alex MacAskill, Framboise. 02:56

Track A2: Ged a Sheòl Mi air M'Aineol. Composed by Roderick Morrison of Loch Lomond. Singer: Neil D. Morrison, Framboise. 04:58

Track A4: Conversation in English and Gaelic 11:11

Track A5: Billy Billy Bayou. Singer: Matt MacQueen. 01:51

Track A6: 'S i Mo Ghaol a'Mhaighdean Lurach Singer: Alex MacAskill, Framboise. 03:01

Track A7: Conversation primarily in English (Alex MacAskill, John Alex MacAskill, Neil D. Morrison, Matt MacSween, Malcolm Buddy, Walter Donald Jr. , Mary, John D. MacAskill, Black Angus MacAskill, John N. MacSween). 03:11

Track A8: Fiddle Tunes. 01:26

Track A9: Pipe music. 03:15

Track A10: Pipe music. 3:14

Track A11: Òran na Tì - Local composition about tea. Composer and singer unknown. 03:14

Side B
Track B1: Eilean Sgìtheanach nam Buadh. Singer: Alex MacAskill, Framboise. In: Beyond the Hebrides p. 257. 33:18

Track B2: Horo Mo Nighean Donn Bhòidheach. Singer: Unknown. 05:48

Track B3: 21st Psalm in Gaelic. Singer: Unknown 03:15

Track B4: Christmas at the Bridge/Morrison's Store. SInger: Matt MacSween. 02:14

Track B5: Eilean Mo Chrìdh'. Chorus only. Singer: Matt MacSween. 00:11

Track B6: In The Cross Be My Glory Ever. SInger: Matt MacSween. 02:10

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 in Framboise

"Party Telephone Song" (D.J. MacDermaid)
"Eilean mo Chridhe 't truaighe nach" (Angus MacDonald)
"Psalms..." (D.N. Morrison) Precenting
"Laithean Sona M'Oige" (D.N. Morrison)
"Laithean Sona M'Oige" (Kenneth Morrison)
"Eilean Sgiathanach" (Alex MacLeod)
"Hith-ill-en na hill-ean i"(Angus MacDoanld)
Dan W. Strachan
Angus MacDonald
"'Faill ill o agus ho-ro eile" (Dan W. Strachan)
"Hith-ill-en na hill-ean i" (Kennie Angus)
"Ged tha sheol mi air M'Aneol" (Neil Morrison)
"Hug Oireann O" ( Neil Morrison)
"Hith-ill-en na hill-ean i"
"HIth-ill-en na hill-ean i" (cont'd)
"Hithill-en na hill-ean i" (Kennie Angus)
"Nighean donn an t-sugraidh" (Norman MacDermaid)
Kennie Angus
"Suas Leis a' Ghaidhalig" (Dan Neil Morrison)
Kenneth Morrison
"Ballad of John Harvey" (Mrs. Mary MacLeod)
"Cabar feidh" (Mrs. Mary MacLeod)

Morrison, Kenneth

Group Surrounding St Peter's Canal

  • 79-56-3036
  • Item
  • 20th century

Item is a photograph of a group of people surrounding a boat that's passing through St Peter's canal.

Hector MacCormack in Framboise

Item is a sound recording of Hector MacCormack at Framboise.

Cassette notes it as tape #149.

Track List:
Side A
Track A1 - TBD (Hector MacCormick) 04:02
Track A2 - TBD (Hector MacCormick) 03:03

Side B
Track B1 - TBD (Hector MacCormick) 08:35
Track B2 - Padruig Ban agus Morag (Hector MacCormick) 16:44
Track B3 - TBD (Hector MacCormick) 02:51
Track B4 - TBD (Hector MacCormick) 02:27

Hector MacCormick of Framboise reads and sings material from Gaelic publications

Item is a sound recording of a Gaelic reading and songs with Hector MacCormick.

Cassette notes it as tape #146.

Track List:
Side A
Track A1 - Short story: An Seangan. In: am Fear-Ciuil by Donald MacKechnie. Ceud Deireannach nam Beann by Duncan Ban MacIntyre - recited. 18:04
Track A2 - Horo gun Togainn air Hugan Fhathast. Composed by Duncan Ban MacIntyre. Sung. 08:33
Track A3 - 'S e Nighean mo Ghaol an Nighean Donn Òg. Composed by Duncan Ban MacIntyre. 05:02

Side B
Track B1 - Ais-Eirigh Iain Ruaidh. Composed by Gilleasbuig MacDonald (Gille Ciotag). Sung. 02:55
Track B2 - a'Bhanais a bha'n Ciostal Odhar. Composed by Gilleasbuig MacDonald (Gille Ciotag). Recited. 03:59
Track B3 - Òran na h-Aois. Composed by John MacOdrum.
Track B4 - Rann between a Skye Bard and Rob Donn. 07:45
Track B5 - Òran Nic Coiseam. Composed by Dunacn Ban MacIntyre. Recited. 01:28
Track B6 - Cumha Coire Cheathaich. Composed by Duncan Ban MacIntyre. Sung. 03:32
Track B7 - Bruaichean Ghlinn Braoin. Composed by William Ross. Recited. 01:39
Track B8 - An Cotan Ruadh. Composed by Donald MacKechnie. Recited. 02:50
Track B9 - O Bheir anall an t-Searrag. Translation of Robert Burns poem by Donald MacKechnie. Recited 01:54
Track B10 -Eirich agus Tiugainn O. Composed by Donald MacKechnie. Recited 02:01
Track B11 - Anna Min Mheall-Shuileach. Composed by Donald MacKechnie. Recited. 01:39

Immaculate Conception Church

  • 94-1274-25789
  • Item
  • 1994

Item is a photograph of Immaculate Conception Mission Church in Barra Head, Cape Breton.

Prendergast, Paul

Immaculate Conception Church

  • 94-1314-25829
  • Item
  • 1994

Item is a photograph of Immaculate Conception Church in West Arichat, Cape Breton.

Prendergast, Paul

Interior of St. Ann's Church

  • 77-1183-1317
  • Item
  • 1975

Item is a photograph of the altar in St. Ann's Church in Chapel Island.

Interior of St. Ann's Church

  • 77-1184-1318
  • Item
  • 1975

Item is a photograph of the interior of St. Anne's Church on Chapel Island. Photograph shows the altars, some pews and a painting above the altar.

Jim Morrison (James R. Morrison) Gaelic Hymns

Item is a sound recording of Jim Morrison.

Cassette notes it as tape #130.

Track List:
Track A1 - Hymn: a'Chaora Chaillt. In Laoidhean is Dàin Sprioradail p. 214. Singer: Jim Morrison. 01:51
Track A2 - Hymm: unknown. SInger: Jim Morrison. 04:51
Track A3 - Hymn: Coinnich Mi. Singer: Jim Morrison. 04:05
Track A4 - Hymn: Laoidh 138. In: Laoidhean is Dàin Spioradail p. 141. Singer: Jim Morrison. 04:37
Track A5 - Hymn: Tha mi Tighinn. In: Laoidhean air son Tioman Beannachd p. 3. Singer: Jim Morrison. 07:47
Track A6 - Hymn: Uan Dhe. Singer: Jim Morrison. 07:22

John T. MacDonald & D.J. MacDermaid English and Gaelic Songs

Item is a sound recording of John T. MacDonald & D.J. MacDermaid.

Track List:
Side A
Track A1 - Come by the Hills (John T. MacDonald) 03:24
Track A2 - Banks of Newfoundland (John T. MacDonald) 03:11
Track A3 - Bonnie Naver Bay (John T. MacDonald) 02:47
Track A4 - Nobody's Child( John T. MacDonald) 03:55
Track A5 - The Long Island( John T. MacDonald) 02:31
Track A6 - Eyes of a Child (John T. MacDonald) 03:01

Side B
Track B1 - Moran by the Sea (John T. MacDonald, D.J. MacDermaid) 03:24
Track B2 - Leaving Barra (John T. MacDonald, D.J. MacDermaid) 03:21
Track B3 - Shores of Lochewe (John T. MacDonald, D.J. MacDermaid) 02:10
Track B4 - Sand of Vatersay (John T. MacDonald, D.J. MacDermaid) 03:02
Track B5 - Local composition concerning an encounter with a perceived lake monster. Unpublished. Té Bhàn Té Bhàn Té Bhuidhe Bhàn (D.J. MacDermaid) 02:24
Track B6 - Birlinn Ghoraidh Chròbhan. Singer: unknown. 05:23

Lenoir Forge, Arichat

  • 77-76-210
  • Item
  • ca. 1970

Item is a photograph of the Lenoir Forge in Arichat, Cape Breton.

Michael J. MacNeil, Gravestone

  • 91-1092-23053
  • Item
  • 1991

Item is a photograph of the gravestone marking the burial of musician Michael "Little Joe" MacNeil. Mr. MacNeil is buried in West Arichat.

Prendergast, Paul

Mission, Chapel Island

  • 77-731-865
  • Item
  • 1976

Item is a photograph of a young boy sitting in the front of a boat. The church in Chapel Island is in the background.

Morrison's Store, St. Peter's

  • MG 14.195
  • Fonds
  • 1883-1996

Fonds consists of administrative, personal, and miscellaneous papers from Morrison's General Store Ltd. in St. Peter's, Richmond County, Nova Scotia. The majority of the records are administrative and include operational purchase ledgers, payroll and inventory books. The materials also reflect store owner Alex A. Morrison's political activities such as voters' lists, election records and correspondence related to local politicians. Papers also include records related to the Department of Indian Affairs; it is possible that either Morrison's General Store or the D.Y. Stewart & Sons store served as a depot for agents who worked for Indian Affairs. A series of correspondence from A.J. Boyd as well as other Indian Agents in Cape Breton and mainland Nova Scotia are included in the records

Morrison's General Store

Opening of St Peter's Canal

  • 79-55-3035
  • Item
  • 20th century

Item is a photograph of the opening of St. Peter's canal. Both boats in the photograph appear to be docked.

Painting of Madonna and Christ Child

  • 77-1185-1319
  • Item
  • 1975

Item is a photograph of a framed painting of Madonna and the Christ child. She is holding the child on her lap while holding a book in her hand in the painting.

Rev. Alexander Chisholm

  • 77-825-959
  • Item
  • ca. 1870

Item is a photograph of Rev. Alexander Chisholm who was ordained on November 19, 1866.

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