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    Quebec Scottish Village Riviere-La Guerre

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    Dear friends, I am so excited to write about the story of an abandoned village, Rivière de La Guerre, located in the province of Quebec, where Scottish settlers began to come over from the Hebrides Archipelago, west of the Highlands.

    Originally, the area was called Godmanchester. Named after a man known as Francois dit […]

    Great Scottish Books to Help Pass the Time in Lockdown…

    Dear readers,

    Ages seem to have passed since my last post on Scotiana and our wonderful trip to Scotland in winter. In the meantime, there has been the outbreak of that infamous covid 19 pandemy and I sincerely hope that you, your friends and family are doing well in such hard times.

    Country path […]

    Scottish Canadian links : Henderson’s Old Pipe Furnace in Montreal, Quebec

    Hi Mairiuna, Iain and Margaret 🙂

    Trust all is well. I am so happy to share today with you and our followers the exciting story of the discovery in Montreal, Canada, upon carrying out archaeological excavations under the Jacques Cartier bridge of an old pipe furnace used during the 19th century in the Faubourg Sainte-Marie […]

    In Memoriam of 13 February 1692: Glencoe Massacre…

    In Memoriam of all the villagers of Glencoe who died on 13 February 1692 and in the following days during and after the infamous Glencoe Massacre…

    The Massacre of Glencoe took place in Glen Coe in the Highlands of Scotland on 13 February 1692, following the Jacobite uprising of 1689-92. An estimated 30 […]

    Winter 2019-2020: more postcards from Scotland!

    So, we’ve come back from our winter trip in Scotland though, after one month of Scottish adventures we were not at all eager to leave. Days are so short in winter, still more in the north, and time passed much more quickly than during our former trips! It was quite frustrating too that so many […]