Afficher le document Christy and Murdock
Description:Christy and Murdock MacLellan, married August 1914.
Source:St. Francis Xavier University Archives - Extension Collection

Afficher le document Clearing the road in Big Pond c.1910
Description:Clearing the road in Big Pond, Cape Breton, around 1910. The snow shovelers include Laughlin MaKinnon, Archie McCormick, M.A. MacPherson, Willie (Hector) MacPherson, James Cash, Daniel MacLellan, Frank MacNeil, Alex MacLellan
Subject:Snow shoveling;
Winter
Source:From the private collection of Paul MacLellan, Big Pond Centre

Afficher le document Fishing for herring, ca. 1910
Description:Murdock MacLellan (perhaps with his sisters) ice fishing for herring around 1910.
Subject:Fishing - Ice fishing
Source:From the private collection of Paul MacLellan, Big Pond Centre

Afficher le document Fr. Duncan MacDonald's 50th anniversary, Big Pond, 1926
Description:A group of men standing outside Michael MacLellan's house in Big Pond Centre at Fr. Duncan MacDonald's 50th anniversary in 1966. From front left, Hugh MacLellan, unknown, unknown, ? Cash, Fr. Duncan MacDonald, ? MacPherson, Unknown, Neil R. MacNeil (piper), ? MacNeil from rear Big Pond, unknown girl in front, unknown men in back.
Subject:Bag piper;
MacDonald, Duncan (Fr.)
Source:From the private collection of Paul MacLellan, Big Pond Centre

Afficher le document Fr. Duncan MacDonald's 50th anniversary, Big Pond, 1926So
Source:From the private collection of Paul MacLellan, Big Pond Centre

Afficher le document Horses harnessed for work, ca. 1910
Description:Three horses, two men beside Michael MacLellan's house, Big Pond Centre. Two of the horses are harnessed to do work. Farm equipment unknown.
Subject:Farming - planting
Source:From the private collection of Paul MacLellan, Big Pond Centre

Afficher le document Horses, ca. 1910
Description:Probably Murdock MacLellan (with reins) and unknown man with three horses in front of Michael MacLellan's house in Big Pond Centre. Two of the horses are harnessed to what appears to be a cultivator. The house had a front porch at that time.
Subject:Farming ;
Horses
Source:From the private collection of Paul MacLellan, Big Pond Centre

Afficher le document A christening?
Description:Unknown people outside house of Michael MacLellan, Big Pond Centre, 1910-1920
Source:From the private collection of Paul MacLellan, Big Pond Centre

Afficher le document Family enjoying the day
Alternative title:unknown
Author/Creator:MacLellan, Paul
Description:Mary (MacLellan) Campbell with her children, husband and sister in Big Pond Centre.
Subject:Everyday life
Source:From the private collection of Paul MacLellan, Big Pond Centre

Afficher le document Farm in Cape Breton, possible Margaree, c. 1930's
Author/Creator:Unknown
Description:A farmer standing on a wagon behind a team of horses
Subject:Farming;
Horses
Source:St. Francis Xavier University Archives - Extension Collection

Afficher le document Voir le document au format PDF From the Isle of Coll to Malagawatch, Inverness County: A Pioneer’s Account
Alternative title:The Historical Account of Bartimeaus
Author/Creator:Watson, Jim, Translator
Description:Exerpt from the "Isle of Coll to Malagawatch, Inverness County: A Pioneer’s Account", Mac-Talla: Volume III July 7th 1894, Number I The Historical Account of Bartimeus
Subject:Dunlap of Greenock (ship);
Home Mission;
Bartimaeus;
James and Tom (ship)
Source:Mac-Talla, Vol. III, No. 1, July 7th, 1894 and Mac-Talla, Vol. III, No. 1, July 14, 1894

Afficher le document Voir le document au format PDF From the Isle of Coll to Malagawatch, Inverness County: A Pioneer’s Account
Alternative title:Eachdraidh Bhartlmeuls
Description:Exerpt from the "Isle of Coll to Malagawatch, Inverness County: A Pioneer’s Account", Mac-Talla: Volume III July 7th 1894, Number I The Historical Account of Bartimeus
Subject:Dunlap of Greenock (ship);
James and Tom (ship);
Home Mission;
Bartimaeus
Source:Mac-Talla, Vol. III, No. 1, July 7th, 1894 and Mac-Talla, Vol. III, No. 1, July 14, 1894

Afficher le document Kate MacLellan and daughters, ca. 1910
Description:Kate MacLellan (seated left), unknown (may be Isobel Gillis who was living at the MacLellan's in early 1900's, seated right), Sarah (Sr. Mary Angelorum)(standing left), Margaret (MacLellan) Oram, Mary (MacLellan) Campbell, Mary Agnes MacLellan
Source:From the private collection of Paul MacLellan, Big Pond Centre

Afficher le document Kate MacLellan and her children
Description:Kate MacLellan sitting under tree in Big Pond Centre with her children: Men: Hugh, Dan, William, Murdock; Women: Mary Campbell, Mary Oram, Mary Agnes MacNeil, Sarah (Sr. Mary Angelorum) (unknown which daugher is missing) and one grand daughter.
Subject:Family
Source:From the private collection of Paul MacLellan, Big Pond Centre

Afficher le document Kate MacLellan and her grandchildren, ca. 1916
Description:Children from left, Boys: Martin Dan MacLellan (1911-2005), Bernie MacLellan (1909-1993), Martin (Hughie) MacLellan; Girls: Bessie (1916-) is in her mothers arms, the four younger girls are (in unknown order) Mary (Campbell) Clorey, Mary (MacLellan) MacNeil, Angeline, and Mary Clorey's sister, the older girl is Mary Anne (MacLellan) Campbell's daughter Mary Ann. In the back is Mary Agnes (MacLellan) MacNeil and her mother Kate MacLellan.
Source:From the private collection of Paul MacLellan, Big Pond Centre

Afficher le document Potato planting, ca. 1910-1920
Description:The women and children may be enjoying lunch in the middle of planting potatoes at Michael MacLellan's farm in Big Pond Centre, ca. 1910-1920.
Subject:Farming - planting
Source:From the private collection of Paul MacLellan, Big Pond Centre

Afficher le document Voir le document au format PDF Seumas Mac Aonghuis `ic Iain `ic Uilleim `ic Mhurchaidh
Alternative title:The Gaelic World of Jimmie MacKay
Author/Creator:MacKay, James;
Watson, Jim
Description:Recollections of Jimmie MacKay, a life long resident of Kingsville, Inverness County. This
Subject:Customs ;
Gaelic language;
MacKay, James "Jimmy"
Source:Sealladh gu Taobh:Oral Tradition and Reminiscence By Cape Breton Gaels, edited by James Waston and Eillison Robertson, published by UCCB Press & the UCCB Art Gallery, 1987. ISBN #0-920336-05-1. Story handwritten by Jimmy MacKay and transcribed and edited by Jim Watson.

Afficher le document Voir le document au format PDF The Gaelic World of Jimmie MacKay
Alternative title:Seumas Mac Aonghuis `ic Iain `ic Uilleim `ic Mhurchaidh
Author/Creator:Watson, Jim;
MacKay, James
Description:Recollections of Jimmie MacKay, a life long resident of Kingsville, Inverness County. This
Subject:MacKay, James "Jimmy";
Customs ;
Gaelic language
Source:Sealladh gu Taobh:Oral Tradition and Reminiscence By Cape Breton Gaels, edited by James Waston and Eillison Robertson, published by UCCB Press & the UCCB Art Gallery, 1987. ISBN #0-920336-05-1. Story handwritten by Jimmy MacKay and transcribed and edited by Jim Watson.

Afficher le document Threshing hay
Description:Joe Campbell, Big Pond, would move from farm to farm with his threshing machine during the threshing season. In this picture he has been hired at Murdock MacLellan's farm, Big Pond Centre.
Subject:Farming - threshing
Source:From the private collection of Paul MacLellan, Big Pond Centre

Afficher le document Woman and child, ca. 1910-1920
Description:A woman and child beside a gate at Michael MacLellan's, Big Pond Centre.
Source:From the private collection of Paul MacLellan, Big Pond Centre