- x, 398 pages : illustrations, maps, portraits; 23 cm
- Reprint of edition published in 1910 by Bacon and Brown.
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Ireland and New England before 1714 -- Ireland's relation to Maryland, Pennsylvania and South Carolina before 1718 -- Economic conditions in Ulster, 1714-1718 -- Political and religious conditions in Ulster, 1714-1718 -- The Rev. William Homes and the Rev. Thomas Craighead -- Ulster and the Presbyterian ministry in 1718 -- Aghadowey and the session book -- The arrival of "five ships" in August, 1718 -- The winter of 1718-1719 in Boston -- The years 1718 and 1719 in Worchester; and in the settlements at Rutland, Pelham and Palmer -- The winter of 1718-1719 in Dracut, Andover, and in Casco Bay -- The years 1718 and 1719 at Merrymeeting Bay -- Nutfield and Londonberry, 1719-1720 -- The Scotch Irish in Donegal, Derry, and Neshaminy, Pennsylvania, after 1718 -- The Scotch Irish in Charleston and Williamsburg, South Carolina, after 1718 -- The character of the Scotch Irish.
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- JFE 16-9825
Bolton, Charles Knowles, 1867-1950.
Scotch Irish pioneers in Ulster and America / Charles Knowles Bolton ; foreword by Marie Daly.
Boston, Massachusetts : New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2013.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
"Originally published in 1910, Scotch Irish Pioneers offers a systematic treatment of the migration of the Scotch and English from the north of Ireland to the New World in the early eighteenth century. Bolton details the conditions in both Ireland and New England prior to the group's emigration; the main players and ships involved in the movement; and ultimately where in America the Scotch Irish settled after arriving. Appendixes include lists of ships from Ireland arriving in New England between 1714 and 1720; members of the Charitable Irish Society in Boston; existing vital records of towns in Ulster begun before 1755; home towns of Ulster families; and more" -- Back cover.
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