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    Sentry Hill

    Sentry Hill

    3.62 MB

  • March 2013

    The Ulster-Scot - March 2013

    The official newspaper for the Ulster-Scots Agency / Tha Boord o Ulster-Scotch.

    5.54 MB

  • Master's of the Sea

    Master's of the Sea

    Belfast is a maritime city of global trade and emigration to the four corners of the world.

    2.93 MB

  • Famous Ulster-Scots Cover

    Famous Ulster-Scots

    A list of 16 famous Ulster-Scots.

    335.96 KB

  • Rev Marshall

    The life, word and legacy of Rev. W. F. Marshall

    William Forbes Marshall is best remembered as 'The Bard of Tyrone' and the author of 'Me an' Me Da'.

    2.38 MB

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    Carnaboy Time

    Carnaboy Time

    1.66 MB

  • Ulster-Scots Food traditions taster

    Celebrity chef Paula McIntyre demonstrates how to prepare a range of dishes that reflect Ulster-Scots food traditions.

    Ulster Scots

  • From Ulster to Savannah Taster

    This film features the trip made by The Omagh Protestant Boys Melody Flute Band to the St Patrick’s Day Parade in Savannah, Georgia, USA,

    Ulster Scots

  • Unit 05: Game 04

    Unit 05: Game 04

    NOUNS: Match a wider selection of Ulster-Scots words with their English translations in less time!

  • Lamb in dulse ale with neeps

    Stout with dulse (dried seaweed) is used in this lamb dish which is accompanied by neeps (Ulster-Scots for turnip or swede).

    Ulster Scots

  • The Coast and The Hamely Tongue (Dunseverick)

    How the Ulster Scots language describes many of the natural features of our coastline.

    NPE Media Ltd

  • Oatmeal and Treacle Pancakes with Damson Syrup

    In this video, Paula serves warm oatmeal pancakes served with a drizzle of fruit syrup.

    Ulster Scots

  • Londonderry 400

    Londonderry 400

    Plantation of the Walled City.

    1.66 MB

  • Ulster & Canada

    Ulster & Canada

    Ulster-Scots and the making of modern Canada.

    1.29 MB

  • The 1718 Migration Cover

    The 1718 Migration

    From Ulster to New England - The Arrival of the Scotch-Irish in America.

    7.11 MB

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