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BOOKS - The Scotch-Irish Families in America - Two Volumes in One
By Charles A. Hanna
Originally published by G. P. Putnam, New York, 1902
This edition published by Global Heritage Press, Milton, 2006 (CD 2011)


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This is "the" basic sourcebook on the Scotch-Irish in North America, a massive compilation (more than 1200 pages) of source records pertaining to the Scots who settled in the north of Ireland and their descendants in America. The book is popularly known as The Scotch-Irish, or The Scot in North Britain, North Ireland and North America

This unusual term [Scotch-Irish] refers to those Presbyterian Scots who settled in Ulster (modern-day Northern Ireland) during the seventeenth century. From these 200,000 original settlers, up to 2 million of their descendants eventually reached North America.

The Scotch-Irish left Ulster as a result of neo-mercantilist British economic policy in the region, requirements that they pay 10% of their income to the Anglican Church, ongoing friction with their Catholic Irish neighbors, and greater economic opportunity in the New World. The Scotch-Irish settled throughout the North American colonies.

Two Volumes in One:

Volume I describes in detail the conditions in both Scotland and Ireland at the time of the Scottish migrations to Ireland and America. Chapters include:
  • I-THE SCOTCH-IRISH AND THE REVOLUTION
  • II-THE SCOTCH-IRISH AND THE CONSTITUTION
  • III-THE SCOTCH-IRISH IN AMERICAN POLITICS
  • IV-NEW ENGLAND NOT THE BIRTHPLACE OF AMERICAN LIBERTY
  • V-LIBERTY OF SPEECH AND CONSCIENCE DEFINITELY ESTABLISHED IN AMERICA BY MEN OF SCOTTISH BLOOD
  • VI-THE AMERICAN PEOPLE NOT RACIALLY IDENTICAL WITH THOSE OF NEW ENGLAND
  • VII-AMERICAN IDEALS MORE SCOTTISH THAN ENGLISH
  • VIII - THE SCOTTISH KIRK AND HUMAN LIBERTY
  • IX-RELIGION IN EARLY SCOTLAND AND EARLY ENGLAND
  • X-SCOTTISH ACHIEVEMENT
  • XI-THE TUDOR-STUART CHURCH RESPONSIBLE FOR EARLY AMERICAN ANIMOSITY TO ENGLAND.
  • XII-WHO ARE THE SCOTCH-IRISH?
  • XIII-SCOTLAND OF TO-DAY
  • XIV-THE CALEDONIANS, OR PICTS XV-THE SCOTS AND PICTS
  • XVI-THE BRITONS
  • XVII-THE NORSE AND GALLOWAY
  • XVIII-THE ANGLES
  • XIX-SCOTTISH HISTORY IN THE ENG'LISH OR ANGLO-SAXON CHRONICLE
  • XX-FROM MALCOLM CANMORE TO KING DAVID
  • XXI-WILLIAM THE LION
  • XXII-THE SECOND AND THIRD ALEXANDERS TO JOHN BALIOL
  • XXIII-W ALLACE AND BRUCE
  • XXIV-JOHN OF FORDUN'S ANNALS OF WALLACE AND BRUCE
  • XXV-FROM BRUCE TO FLODDEN
  • XXVI-THE BEGINNING OF THE REFORMATION
  • XXVII-THE DAYS OF KNOX XXVIII-JAMES STUART, SON OF MARY
  • XXIX-THE WISEST FOOL IN CHRISTENDOM
  • XXX-SCOTLAND UNDER CHARLES 1
  • XXXI-SCOTLAND UNDER CHARLES II AND THE BISHOPS
  • XXXII- IRELAND UNDER THE TUDORS
  • XXXIII-THE SCOTTISH PLANTATION OF DOWN AND ANTRIM
  • XXXIV-THE GREAT PLANTATION OF ULSTER.
  • XXXV-THE ULSTER PLANTATION FROM 1610 TO 1630
  • XXXVI-STEWART'S AND BRERETON'S ACCOUNTS OF THE PLANTATION OF ULSTER
  • XXXVII-CHURCH RULE IN IRELAND AND ITS RESULTS
  • XXXVIII-LONDONDERRY AND ENNISKILLEN
  • XXXIX-THE EMIGRATION FROM ULSTER TO AMERICA
  • Index for volume one is at the end of volume two
Volume II contains a detailed survey of Scotch Irish settlements in America in the 17th and 18th centuries, featuring lists and records referring to tens of thousands of individuals. Also included in this volume are chapters devoted to Scottish names, Scottish families, and locations of Scottish families in Ireland. Chapters include:
  • I-THE AMERICAN UNION
  • II -SEVENTEENTH-CENTURY EMIGRATION FROM SCOTLAND AND ULSTER
  • III-THE SEABOARD COLONIES.
  • IV-PENNSYLVANIA.
  • V-THE SETTLEMENTS ENUMERATED
  • APPENDIXES:
    • A-JAMES WILSON AND THE CONVENTION OF 1787
    • B-PENNSYLVANIA'S FORMATIVE INFLUENCE UPON FEDERAL INSTITUTIONS
    • C-ANDREW HAMILTON'S ARGUMENT FOR LIBERTY OF SPEECH IN AMERICA
    • D-FRANCIS MAKEMIE'S ARGUMENT FOR RELIGIOUS LIBERTY IN AMERICA.
    • E-PARLIAMENTARY EXAMINATION OF JOSEPH GALLOWAY, MARCH, 1779
    • F-SEPARATION OF CHURCH AND STATE IN AMERICA BROUGHT ABOUT BY THE SCOTCH-IRISH OF VIRGINIA
    • G-CHRISTIANITY IN EARLY BRITAIN
    • H-HENRY VIII's REFORMATION AND CHURCH
    • I-SCOTLAND VS. THE DIVINE RIGHT OF KINGS
    • J-THE REPRESSION OF TRADE IN IRELAND.
    • K-THE TEST ACT, ETC.
    • L-TITHES AND OPPRESSIONS IN ULSTER
    • M-THE SCOTCH-IRISH AND THE REVOLUTION
    • N-NOTES ON THE GENEALOGIES OF THE PRESIDENTS
    • O-EXTRACTS FROM THE IRISH ANNALISTS
    • P-EXTRACTS FROM THE NORSE SAGAS.
    • Q- THE RAGMAN ROLL.
    • R-THE SCOTTISH MARTYRS
    • S-THE MONTGOMERY MANUSCRIPTS THE HAMILTON MANUSCRIPTS.
    • T-CONDJTIONS OF THE ULSTER PLANTATION U-THE ADAIR MANUSCRIPT.
    • V-EARLY PRESBYTERIAN CONGREGATIONS IN IRELAND.
    • W-FAMILY NAMES IN SCOTLAND
    • X-FAMILIES OF SCOTLAND
    • V-SCOTTISH DIGNITARIES AND MEMBERS OF THE SCOTTISH PARLIAMENTS
    • Z- LOCATIONS OF SCOTTISH FAMILIES IN IRELAND
  • SCOTCH-IRISH BIBLIOGRAPHY
  • Index to both volumes
This Global Heritage Press Inc. facsimile edition has been published as two volumes in one. The original books contained three maps (Ireland, Scotland, and Eastern North America). The Ireland and Scotland maps from the original volumes were damaged. We have substituted larger-scale, fold-out maps to provide the reader with a more detailed view. The replacement maps were originally published in The Home Knowledge Atlas, 1891 edition. The original North American map from The Scotch-Irish has been reproduced in larger scale and is included in this edition as a fold-out.

Pages: 1229 pages plus 3 fold-out maps
Size: 7" w X 10" h X 3" thick
Bibliography
Index
Lists
Binding: Hardcover (dark burgundy textured covering with gilt stamping on front and spine)
Originally published by G. P. Putnam, New York, 1902
This edition published by Global Heritage Press, Milton, 2006 (CD 2011)

ISBN#: 1-894378-92-X





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