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The Ellen Payne Odom Genealogy Library Family Tree
The Family Tree - October/November 2004
Clan Buchanan

An exclamation of excitement, most often heard and uttered at ceilidhs or dances during a Highland reel. (


Hi everyone,  Richard and I have been busy adding research material and exhibits for our Clan Buchanan Tent. We have also received a new shipment of Clan Buchanan merchandise. Hope you all get a chance to visit us at these exciting events

New Hampshire Highland Games   -- The largest Scottish Festival and Highland Games in the Northeast -  3 incredible days of piping, dancing, and athletics, with more Clan Tents than any other event in our area.  There is probably no single event that will stir your blood more than the hundreds of massed pipes and drums at the NHHG! Hopkinton, NH   Sept. 24-26.  (Volunteers still needed to help us man the tent for this very big three day event).

St. Andrew's Society Connecticut Scottish Festival. -- Perhaps Connecticut's premier Scottish Cultural Event.  The St. Andrew's Society always does a great job with this festival held at the Goshen Fair Grounds.  It has the added benefit of indoor exhibition areas in the case of inclement weather.  Up in the Litchfield Hills, this exciting day has the the feel of the Highlands!    Goshen, Ct   Sat. October 2, 2004.

Scotland's Highland Festival  --  Set on the very pretty Edward Waldo Homestead in Scotland, CT  this is a wonderfully intimate and beautiful festival in Eastern Connecticut.  With our New England fall colors setting off the Clan Tartans it is our traditional finale to the festival season.  Lots of food and good cheer!   Scotland, CT   Sunday October 10, 2004.

Come and join us as we celebrate our Scottish Heritage and share in the fellowship of your Clan Buchanan Tent!

Clar Innis!

Yours aye,

David and Richard Byrne, Connecticut Co-Regents.

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