Yesterday, Feb. 13, was the anniversary of the infamous Murder or Massacre of Glencoe, or Mort Ghlinne Chomhann. There were several informative posts about the massacre on social media. Here we share a few:
- The National Library of Scotland: The actual order sent to Captain Robert Campbell of Glenlyon, instructing him to kill the MacDonalds of Glencoe. He was to spare none below the age of ...
Live in or near an t-Ubhal Mòr*? The New York Caledonian Club plans a series of Scottish Gaelic language classes this spring. Join the club for classes in Beginning Gaelic, Conversational Gaelic and Reading Gaelic.
New York is home to a growing, vibrant Gaelic Learning Community, and the Caledonian Club is at its heart. Gaelic classes will be held Tuesdays from Feb. 20 through May 1 ...Read More
Everyone, practically everywhere, has heard of Robert Burns and Burns’ Night, but what about Scotland’s Gaelic poets?
They got their due and their own night Jan. 27, when 20 people gathered to celebrate centuries of poets and Gaelic poetry and share poems and songs at Oidhche nam Bàrd in Alexandria, Virginia.
Gàidhlig Photomac, the Scottish Gaelic Learning Community in the Washington, D.C., area, organized the special event, ...Read More