Nova Scotia’s Gaelic College Performances

Fiddlers, Pipers, Singers, Poets and Celtic Dancers in Concert On Nova Scotia’s Cape Breton Island, the cultural heritage of early Scottish settlers continues to be preserved through the educational programs at the local Gaelic College located near the town of Baddeck. For visitors to the area who often come to drive the Cabot Trail, experiencing …

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Two Sources for Nova Scotia Ancestors

Lineages for American Loyalist and Scottish Immigrants   Yarmouth Nova Scotia Genealogies, by George S. Brown, and Nova Scotia Immigrants to 1867, by Leonard Smith Jr. and Norma H. Smith, are two prime sources for tracking ancestors in or from Nova Scotia. Nova Scotia’s earliest immigrants included Loyalists from America’s Thirteen Colonies and families from …

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