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 Title:  Scotch-Irish, The : a social history
  Author:  Leyburn, James G.
  Publisher:  University of North Carolina Press
  Place of Publication:  Chapel Hill, NC
  Date of Publication:  1962
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  Publication Number:  ISBN 0807842591
  Number of Pages:  xix, 377 p.
  Binding Style:  Paperback
  Dimensions:  9 in.
  Contents:  Part I, The Scot in 1600: Poverty and insecurity -- Domestic life of the lowland Scot -- Scottish social institutions in 1600 -- Religion in Scotland: before the Reformation -- Religion in Scotland: the Reform and after -- The mind and character of the Lowlander ; Part II, The Scots in Ireland: The plantation of Ulster, 1610 and after -- Causes of the Scottish migration: Economic, Religious -- The pioneer Scots in Ulster, 1606-1634 -- The hard years, 1634-1690 -- Intermarriage with the Irish -- The character of the Ulster Scot ; Part III, The Scotch-Irish in America: The migration -- Scotch-Irish settlements: Southeastern Pennsylvania -- The valley of Virginia -- The upper Carolinas -- Indian menace to settlement -- Smaller settlements of Scotch-Irish: New England, The middle colonies, The tidewater south -- Frontier society -- The Presbyterian church -- The Scotch-Irish in politics -- Final estimate
  Notes:  Includes endnotes, a bibliography (p. 354-372), and an index. Includes two appendices: The name "Scotch-Irish", and Important events in Scottish history
  Format:  Book
  Subject - Culture:  Scottish, Irish, American, Ulster
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  Subject - Topic:  History, Emigration and immigration, Religion, Culture
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  Subject - Genre:  History