An ‘invented’ Highland tradition of kilts, pipe bands, dancing and games defined Scottish identity in New Zealand. Kenneth Cameron founded New Zealand’s first civilian pipe band in Invercargill in 1896. A quarter of a century later his sons were upholding the family’s Scottish traditions.
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