Sources For and About Celtic Poetry in North America
The following is a list of the sources (articles and books) in which the poems in this database appear and a selection of secondary sources. (Periodicals, such as newspapers and magazines, that carried individual items are not listed here.)
- Éva Guillorel and Josette Jouas, “Fishermen and Farmers, Priests and Poets: The Bretons in North America,” in Celts in the Americas, (ed.) Michael Newton (Cape Breton University Press, 2013).
- Antain MacLochlainn, “Travels in An t-Oileán Úr: the new world in gaelic literature”, Causeway (Summer 1995)
- Kenneth Nilsen, “Irish Gaelic Literature in the United States,” in American Babel: Literatures of the United States, (ed.) Marc Shell (Harvard University Press, 2008).
- Stiofán Ó hAnnrachán (ed.), Go Meiriceá Siar, (Cumann Merriman, 1979).
- Tomás Ó h-Íde, “Emancipation Through Exile: Irish Speakers in the Americas,” in Celts in the Americas, (ed.) Michael Newton (Cape Breton University Press, 2013).
- Margaret Bennett, The Last Stronghold: The Scottish Gaelic Traditions of Newfoundland (Breakwater Books, 1989).
- Ronald Black (ed.), An Tuil: Anthology of 20th century Scottish Gaelic verse (Birlinn: 1999).
- Robert Dunbar, “The Poetry of the Emigrant Generation,” Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Inverness 64 (2008): 22-125.
- Charles Dunn, Highland Settler: A Portrait of the Scottish Gael in Cape Breton and Eastern Nova Scotia (Breton Books, 1991 ).
- Eilean Fraoich: Lewis Gaelic songs and melodies (Acair, 1982).
- Margaret MacDonell (ed.), The Emigrant Experience: songs of Highland emigrants in North America (University of Toronto Press, 1982).
- Donald Meek (ed.), Caran an t-Saoghail / The Wiles of the World: Anthology of 19th century Scottish Gaelic Verse (Birlinn, 2003).
- Michael Newton, We’re Indians Sure Enough: The Legacy of the Scottish Highlanders in the United States (Saorsa Media, 2001).
- Michael Newton, “Gaelic Literature and the Diaspora,” in Edinburgh History of Scottish Literature, (ed.) Susan Manning (Edinburgh University Press, 2006).
- Michael Newton, “Tradition and Innovation in Twentieth-Century Scottish Gaelic Literature,” in The Edinburgh Companion to Scottish Traditional Literatures (Edinburgh University Press, 2013).
- Michael Newton, “Bards of the Forests, Prairies and Skyscrapers: Scottish Gaels in the Americas,” in Celts in the Americas, (ed.) Michael Newton (Cape Breton University Press, 2013).
- Michael Newton (ed.), Seanchaidh na Coille / The Memory-Keeper of the Forest: Anthology of Scottish Gaelic Literature of Canada (Cape Breton University Press, 2015).
- John Edwards, Llais o’r llwyn: sef barddoniaeth ar amryfal destynau, &c. (Utica: 1854).
- Jerry Hunter, Welsh Writing from the American Civil War: Sons of Arthur, Children of Lincoln (University of Wales Press, 2007).
- Aled Jones and Bill Jones, Welsh Reflections: Y Drych and America, 1851-2001 (Gomer Press, 2001).
- Gethin Matthews, “Miners, Methodists and Minstrels: The Welsh in the Americas and their Legacy,” in Celts in the Americas, (ed.) Michael Newton (Cape Breton University Press, 2013).
- Rhiannon H. Williams, “Whose Friend from the Old Country? The Welsh-Language American Press and National Identity in the 19th Century,” in Celts in the Americas, (ed.) Michael Newton (Cape Breton University Press, 2013).