~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Celt ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 1 : a member of a division of the early Indo-European peoples who swept into Western Europe around 500 BC and occupied the lands west of the Rhine; England, Belgium, France, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Cornwall, Brittany and Galicia: or 2 : a modern Gael, Highland Scot, Irishman, Welshman, Cornishman, or Breton, or a descendant of these peoples dispersed throughout the world through immigration. Celtic culture then is the culture (music, language, legends, religion, sports, humour, dance or writings) of these people or their descendants.

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Catalogue of Gaelic Books in Cape Breton Libraries - LeughSeo
An online Gaelic-English catalogue of library holdings at the Cape Breton Regional Library and the University College of Cape Breton Library. The catalogue allows users to search by author, title or subject.
Clan Douglas Nova Scotia.
A good treatment of Clan Douglas origins and history, with emphasis on their experience in "New Scotland."
The Gaelic College of Celtic Arts and Crafts
Devoted to the study and preservation of the Gaelic language and Celtic arts and culture. Includes information about the school, its instructors, and programs offered. [site takes control of browser]
The Gaelic Council of Nova Scotia
Information about the province's Gaelic roots, with contact details, projects and cultural event calendar.
Gaelic Cultural Studies
Online support for Gaelic Cultural Studies 11. Information and resources for educators, artists, writers, Gaelic scholars and historians. Sections for news, students, teachers, curriculum and media.
Scottish Heritage: Scotland and New Scotland
Celebration of New Scotland (Nova Scotia) and all its Scottish heritage and culture. Links for over 450 Clans.
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