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The Scot in Ulster, gives an account of the Scottish influx to Ireland and 2 more books of interest

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  • L.G. McF
    The Scot in Ulster, gives an account of the Scottish influx to Ireland during the 17th century, placing the immigration in historical context:
    Message 1 of 2 , Nov 2, 2012
      The Scot in Ulster, gives an account of the Scottish influx to Ireland during the 17th century, placing the immigration in historical context:


      The second, The Scotch-Irish in America, describes how many of those settlers subsequently left to begin a life in the New World, more often than not as frontiersmen, and demonstrates the influence they had on the foundation of the United States:


      The third book largely covers the later period of the mid-nineteenth century and the Irish exodus to Canada and the United States due largely to the famine of the 1840s. It describes in detail the horrific conditions that many of these emigrants had to face and assesses their progress in the New World:

      The Scot in
    • Mary Symons
      Dear Linda, Thank you very much for this email. I have down;oaded scotsulster and it is an interesting read. Best wishes Mary
      Message 2 of 2 , Nov 2, 2012
        Dear Linda,
         
        Thank you very much for this email.  I have down;oaded scotsulster and it is an interesting read.
         
        Best wishes
         
        Mary

        On 3 November 2012 01:02, L.G. McF <larneman@...> wrote:
         

        The Scot in Ulster, gives an account of the Scottish influx to Ireland during the 17th century, placing the immigration in historical context:


        The second, The Scotch-Irish in America, describes how many of those settlers subsequently left to begin a life in the New World, more often than not as frontiersmen, and demonstrates the influence they had on the foundation of the United States:


        The third book largely covers the later period of the mid-nineteenth century and the Irish exodus to Canada and the United States due largely to the famine of the 1840s. It describes in detail the horrific conditions that many of these emigrants had to face and assesses their progress in the New World:

        The Scot in


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