The Scotch-Irish in America
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Media: DATA CD - 1 CD
Author: H. Jones Ford
Year: (1915) 2009
Publisher: Archive CD Books Ireland
The Scotch-Irish in America was first published by Princeton University Press in 1915 and was written by Henry Jones Ford, Professor of Politics at the University. Containing some 607 printed pages, Ford's history of the Scots-Irish, although almost a century old, is still seen by many as the seminal introduction both to the plantation of Ulster and the exodus of the Scots-Irish from Ulster to America. Detailing the settlement of the Scots-Irish in Ulster from September 1609 and their mass migration to America towards the end of the same century, The Scotch-Irish in America paints a graphic picture of the vital role that the migrants from Scotland played in the development of a unique Ulster identity and the birth of an independent American nation.
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