The Scotch-Irish People: Their Influence in the Formation of the Government of the US.


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Content Description: The author, J. H. Bryson, reviews the history of those North American colonies which now constitute the United States. He concentrates on the political, rather than the physical, conditions through the lead up to the Declaration of Independence and the resultant war of Independence. Following on, then, through the formation of a body of National Governance leading to the formation of the Constitution and the activities resulting in the formation of a National Government. Throughout the author points out the influence of those of Scotch-Irish origins who formed some one third of the total population at the declaration of Independence.

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

by: J. H. Bryson

Size: (pages) 20, (download) 2.3 MB

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