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Margaret Bennett's study looks at the history, culture and folklore of the Scottish Gaelic settlers in the eastern townships of Quebec.
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'There can be few scholars on either side of the Atlantic who succeed in combining such a wide range of skills as Margaret Bennett... Margaret Bennett embodies all that is best of the spirit of Scotland' - Hamish Henderson 'a meticulously researched and well-written book' - History Teaching ReviewAbout the Author:
Originally from the Isle of Skye, Margaret Bennett comes from a long line of traditional singers, pipers and story tellers - Gaelic on her mother's side, Lowland Scots on her father's. She has sung at folk festivals and concerts world wide and has featured in films, documentaries and on radio. She has an MA in folklore and a PhD in ethnology. She specialises in traditional song, customs, folk medicine, and emigrant traditions and has taught in both Glasgow and Edinburgh. She has published several books and many articles.
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Book Description John Donald Publishers/McGill-Queen's University Press, Edinburgh/Montreal, 1998. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. The folk-culture of the Hebridean settlers in eastern Quebec, a scholarly study of folklore and history, with transcriptions of interviews and detailed notes. VG, no inscriptions, in VG DJ, not price-clipped. Seller Inventory # BYB10348
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