Cat No.: CAG079:Content Description: This paper, by A. E. Stevenson, sets out to - in a few pages - capture a memory of the many Americans of Scotch and Irish descent who have played vital and important roles both in the foundation of the country as a self governing entity and in the maintaining of an orderly society. The author sets out to quote the hundreds of names of the many law givers of Scotch and Irish descent to whom the United States owe the basis of their well ordered society.
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Gleaned from: The Scotch-Irish in America, Third Congress, 1891, Published: 1891
by: A. E. Stevenson
Size: (pages) 20, (download) 2.3 MB
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