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Bradan Press, founded in 2016, carries on the 180-year tradition of Scottish Gaelic publishing in Nova Scotia, Canada.
Bradan means “salmon” in Scottish Gaelic, and refers to the Salmon of Wisdom in the Gaelic oral traditions of Nova Scotia, Scotland, and Ireland.
Today we look back on a video by Bradan Press Author Terri Roberts and President Dr. Emily McEwan teaching us the Gaelic words and corresponding actions featured in Fionn MacCool and the Salmon of Knowledge.
Today we are taking a look back to November 2018 when we released this fun, cautionary promotional video for our Tattoo Handbook series.
As we launched G airson Gàidheal last month, we had the opportunity to be featured on a variety of local news programs to speak a little bit about the book and celebrate the English, French, and Gaelic versions that have now been published.
In Nova Scotia June 11th commemorates Davis Day, also known as Miners Memorial Day.
A comparison of the Bradan Press alphabet book “G is for Gael” in English, French, and Scottish Gaelic versions.
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