The full content of this document is only available to subscribing institutions. More information can be found via

Title Machraichean Mora Chanada: Dorus Fosgailte do'n Ghaidheal / Ailghinn La Bhruinn
Date 1907
Document Type Leaflet
Reference 971.2 M151 Pam
Library / Archive Glenbow Museum
Collection Name Canada Pamphlets
Description An account of how Canada was settled by the people of Scotland and of the opportunities that awaited the people of the Highlands who may have chosen to emigrate to Western Canada. Written in Scottish Gaelic with an English translation in the back. Described by the translator as a serious attempt to attract Scottish Gaels to Western Canada.
Theme(s) Motives for Emigration
Nationality Gael
Keywords agriculture, architecture, church, colony, education, emigration, industry, travel, government
Additional Information Please note: Some of the metadata for this document has been taken from the Glenbow Museum catalogue.
Language Scottish Gaelic, English
Document(s) linked to Edmonton, Province of Alberta: Opportunities: Agricultural, Industrial, Commercial, Reached by the Canadian Pacific Railway, the Canadian Northern Railway, the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway
Copyright Glenbow Museum