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Title The Irish Scots and the "Scotch-Irish": An Historical and Ethnological Monograph, with Some Reference to Scotia Major and Scotia Minor; to which is Added a Chapter on "How the Irish came as builders of the nation"
Author Linehan, John Cornelius (1840-1905)
Date 1902
Document Type Printed Book
Publisher Information Concord, N. H.: American-Irish Historical Society
Reference G470.L754.I902
BIB ID 94581
Library / Archive American Antiquarian Society
Collection Name Irish in America
Description Offers a history of the Scots-Irish, their origin in Ireland and the migration of significant numbers of them to the United States. The author then examines the role of Scots-Irish Americans in American society.
Theme(s) Religion, Ethnic Identity and Community Relations; Motives for Emigration
Country (from) Ireland
Country (to) United States of America
Places Boston, Massachusetts, New York City, New York, New Hampshire, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States; Ulster, Limerick, Ireland
Nationality Scots-Irish Americans
Keywords colony, emigration, immigration, religion, American War of Independence, politics, government
Additional Information Originally published in the Granite monthly, Concord, N. H., Jan-Mar. 1888. The chapter on "How the Irish came as builders of the nation", is based upon articles contributed to the Boston Pilot, 1890, etc., and the Boston Sunday Globe, Mar. 17, 1895. Please note: Some of the metadata for this document has been taken from the American Antiquarian Society catalogue.
Language English
Copyright American Antiquarian Society