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A few websites specializing in various Scottish Clans and Clan Societies







http://www.heraldry-scotland.co.uk/









Scottish Tartans Museum


Electric Scotland

Another online site of interesting Scottish-related websites

Scottish Clans as listed in Rootsweb
An new online site listing many Scottish Clans and Clans societies

Scottish Clans and Tartans
An interesting listing by digiserve

The Council of Scottish Clans and Associations







Genealogical Websites of interest (There are many,  but these are just a few...)



The Scottish Genealogy Society

Deborah Smith's Smith Website
http://hometown.aol.com/smitheire

A most interesting website of member Deborah Logan, which shows the great amount of research she has done on her Smith ancestry.  Fascinating

National Genealogical Society

Firstmom's Worldwide Genealogy Resources

Census Diggins Scottish Links

Genealogy History and Library Links


The Scottish Banner:  www.scottishbanner.com
A wonderful publication about all things Scottish

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Degree Tutor
http://www.degreetutor.com/library/articles/tartan-clans-scotland/
Some very interesting links for studying Scottish Tartans and Clans

 

 

 

 

The Heraldry Society of Scotland was founded in 1977 with the objective of promoting the study of heraldry and encouraging its correct use in Scotland and Overseas. The Society is privileged to number many of  Her Majesty's Officers of Arms among its members and a close liaison is maintained with The Court of the Lord Lyon.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Stone Mountain Highland Games
Held at historic Stone Mountain Park, GA in October

 

Online vendors who sell Scottish-related items

Crimson Gypsy Designs

The website of a gifted seamstress who specializes in Renaissance and Medieval clothing, including the chemises and bodices which are sometimes part of a Scottish lassie's attire!

Grandfather Scottish

These folks have our favorite pewter Clan Smith badges plus many other Clan related items.

Everything Scottish
Headquarters for many Scottish items,  including the best in bagpipes and bagpipe sheetmusic.

Scottish Quality
www.scottishquality.com
"Quality Scottish gifts and products including silver and gold celtic
jewellery; quaichs, tableware, art, kilt accessories, and food & drink. Clan
crest and custom engravings available, along with our own Gaelic translation
service. Based on the Isle of Skye."

The Scotland Yard
This shop has all kinds of tartan goods:  kilts, kilted skirts, total Scottish attire.






Regional Scottish and Celtic Societies and websites


Virginia-Carolina Scottish Society, 
William James Smith, FSA Scot, Pres. 
PO Box 874
Danville, VA 24543 
804-793-7432

Alabama Celtic Association

The online version for a wonderful newsletter serving the Alabama area concerning all things Celtic!

American Scottish Foundation

Celtic Society of Southern Maryland

Scottish Heritage USA


Society of Southern Scots


Scottish Society of Knoxville
 

Scottish Festivals and Games

Gatlinburg Scottish Festival and Games
Our local Scottish festival and games held every year the third weekend in May.

Greenville Highland Games
Held at  Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina

Glasgow Highland Games

Held at Barren River Lake State Resort Park in Glasgow, KY, in June.


Grandfather Mountain Highland Games
The official online site for the Grandfather Mountain Highland Games held the second weekend in July

Sycamore Shoals Scottish Festival

Held in the beautiful Sycamore Shoals Historic Park during September