A Social History of the Scotch-Irish

Carlton Jackson

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A Social History of the Scotch-Irish

A Social History of the Scotch Irish Beginning with the origins of their population in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries the author traces the Scotch Irish development from Lowland Scotland to Northern Ireland to the American col

  • Title: A Social History of the Scotch-Irish
  • Author: Carlton Jackson
  • ISBN: 9781568331423
  • Page: 202
  • Format: Paperback
  • Beginning with the origins of their population in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, the author traces the Scotch Irish development from Lowland Scotland to Northern Ireland to the American colonies Arriving in the East, the Scotch Irish were characterized by other colonists as being fiery tempered, stubborn, hard drinking, and very religious, and they quickly madeBeginning with the origins of their population in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, the author traces the Scotch Irish development from Lowland Scotland to Northern Ireland to the American colonies Arriving in the East, the Scotch Irish were characterized by other colonists as being fiery tempered, stubborn, hard drinking, and very religious, and they quickly made lasting impressions Though the Scotch Irish were in the minority, they managed to impact history Most notably, they introduced the appeals system and the checks and balances system.

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    1. WilliamShep on said:

      An academic history updating James Leyburn's The Scotch-Irish: A Social History, including recent works of scholars such as David Doyle and Bernard Bailyn. Unlike Leyburn, who divided his study into equal parts tracing the Scotch-Irish as they moved from Scotland to Ireland to America, Jackson's emphasis is primarily on the settlement of the Scotch-Irish in America.

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