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  • How the Bagpipes Motivated Troops in War

    Pipers were present in clan battles nearly 3000 years ago and continue to be present in war today. There were pipers in More

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  • How the Celts helped Build Canada

    In the beginning, Canada was a vast piece of land that had barely been examined. Many of the first explorers were Scots More

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  • Robbie Burns

    "The Ploughman Poet" Robert Burns was born on January 25, 1759. He was a poet and lyricist who inspired many. More

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  • Saint Patrick

    Saint Patrick was born in 387 AD, and died March 17, 461. At the age of 16, Patrick was captured by Naill of the Nine More

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  • St. Andrew

    To The End of the Earth St. Andrew, one of the apostles, was a humble fishermen in Galilee. Andrew was sentenced to More

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  • Guy Fawkes and The Gunpowder Plot

    In 1605, 13 conspirators planned to kill King James I & VI, his family, and most of the aristocracy by blowing up More

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  • Saint Dwynwen

    Most of us are familiar with St. Valentine, but did you know that Wales has its own Patron Saint of Lovers? Dwynwen More

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  • Valentine's Day's connection to Scotland and Ireland

    There were three saints named Valentine. One was a Roman priest, another a Bishop in Terni, and the third died in More

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  • Mary Queen of Scots

    Mary Stewart was born December 8, 1542 at Linlithgow Palace to King James V of Scotland and his French wife Mary of More

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  • The Real Macbeth

    Macbeth was an 11th Century Scottish King.  His reign was a lengthy 17 years, but his achievements have been More

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  • The Curse of the Scottish Play MacBeth

    Macbeth was an 11th Century Scottish King. His reign was a lengthy 17 years but his achievements have been clouded by More

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  • JM Barrie and Peter Pan

    Sir James Matthew Barrie was born in Kirriemuir, Angus, Scotland on May 9, 1860. He was the 9th of 10 children. When More

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  • Groundskeeper Willie

    Groundskeeper Willie was named "The Most Instantly Recognizable Scot in the World" by Times in 2005. More

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