The Scotch-Irish in Canada. - 1891, Scotch-Irish in America 3rd Cong. by: S. Acheson


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Content Description: Faced with the problem of describing the influence of the Scotch-Irish on the development of Canada in such a brief monograph the author, Rev. Stuart Acheson, elected to concentrate on three specific events and a few individuals as illustration.

The first event was the final action between the British and the French for the ownership of Canada.

The second event was the establishment of “Responsible Government.”

The third is not so much an event but the period of the growth of enterprise in the developing Canada with many members of the Scotch-Irish race being called as examples.

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Gleaned from: The Scotch-Irish in America, Third Congress, 1891, Published: 1891

by: Stuart Acheson

Size: (pages) 21, (download) 2.6 MB

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