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We have found references to The Wind that Shakes the Barley, the Flowers
of Edinburgh and Soldier's Joy being danced here in Canada's Lanark
County in the 1870's.

Susan,
Maberly, Ontario

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Dianna Shipman wrote:
>
> Were there any Scottish Country dances done in the United States in the
> 1800's?
> Dianna
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