The Scotch-Irish in South-West. Pennsylvania. - 1891, from: Scotch-Irish in America, 3rd Congress


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Content Description: The state of Pennsylvania has been central in many of the principals which define the Constitution of United States of America. This paper, by S. T. Wiley, draws a parallel between this history of influence and the large population of Scotch-Irish resident, particularly in the southwest of the state. Many of the most prominent Scotch-Irish are identified together with their cause for celebrity.

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

by: S. T. Wiley

Size: (pages) 11, (download) 2.3 MB

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