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The Scot in British North America

The Scot in British North America

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Published by Maclear in Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Scots -- Canada -- Biography,
  • Canada -- History -- 19th century -- Sources

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby W.J. Rattray.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination4 microfiches (176 fr.)
    Number of Pages176
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19342265M
    ISBN 100665159803

    Scottish Immigration to America in the 's increased when the British passed the Transportation Act. This law established a convict bond service as punishment for various offences in the form of penal transportation to the British colonies in North America.   The myth of Scottish slaves in the Caribbean is a sub-set of a narrative more commonly associated with the Irish in colonial America. It has been underpinned by two polemical books: Theodore W. Allen’s The Invention of the White Race and more recently, Don Jordan and Michael Walsh’s White Cargo: The Forgotten History of Britain’s White.

    Alas, most actual Scottish immigrants to these shores were less colorful Lowland Scots. But Lowlander, Highlander or Scots-Irish, they came in droves: Between and World War I, more than 2 million Scots immigrated to North America, comparable to Ireland and Norway in percentage of the country’s population that emigrated. References: Tyler Blethen and Curtis Wood Jr., From Ulster to Carolina: The Migration of the Scotch-Irish to Southwestern North Carolina ().. David Dobson, Scottish Emigration to America, (). Ian C. C. Graham, Colonists from Scotland: Emigration to Scotland in the Eighteenth Century (). Duane Meyer, The Highland Scots of North Carolina, ().

    She also restores the importance of British North America, which became Canada. Indeed, she points out that ‘(i)n Canada, where the imprint of Scottish identity is so much deeper and more extensive, it is often Scottish settlement that has become an emblem of its pioneering past’ (p. ).Author: Mario Relich. SCOTCH-IRISH. SCOTCH-IRISH, a term referring to a migrant group of Protestant settlers from Scotland to northern Ireland in the seventeenth century and their subsequent migration to the American colonies in the eighteenth century, is an Americanism, a term seldom heard in Ireland and the United Kingdom and seldom used by British historians. Although it was first used during the colonial period.


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The Scot in British North America Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Scot in British North America: Book Cover. Dedication Letter Political Map of Canada Death of Mr W.J. Rattray Our thanks to Jeanette Simpson for transcribing these volumes for the web site. By W. Rattray, B.A. Toronto.

Genre/Form: Biographies History Sources Biography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Rattray, W.J. (William Jordan), Scot in British North America. The Scot in British North America Preface: The purpose of this work is so fully developed in the introductory chapter that any preliminary reference to it would seem unnecessary.

At the same time readers expect to have a preface to a book, even if they do not read it. There are one or two remarks to be made, by way of addenda, to the. The Scot in British North America [W J.

Rattray] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages.

America may have separated from the British Empire, but the Scottish influence on the young continent never left.

Armed with an inimitable range of historical knowledge, Fry charts the exchange of ideas and values between the Scotland and America that led to many of the greatest achievements in business, science, and the arts/5(7). The Scot in British North America by Rattray, W.

(William Jordan), Publication date Topics Scots Publisher Toronto: Maclear and Company Collection Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library. Canadian Libraries. Uploaded by AaronC on Janu SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata).

The Darien scheme is probably the best known of all Scotland's colonial endeavours, and the most disastrous. Inan act was passed in the Parliament of Scotland establishing The Company of Scotland Trading to Africa and the Indies and was given royal assent by the Scottish representative of King William II of Scotland (and III of England).

This act gave the company a year monopoly on. Genre/Form: Biographies History Sources Biography: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Rattray, W.J.

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The Scot in British North America: Book Cover. Dedication. Letter Political Map of Canada. Our thanks to Jeanette Simpson for transcribing these volumes for the web site. By W. Rattray, B.A. Toronto Maclear And Company Death of Mr W.J. Rattray.

The Scot in British North America Chapter III Constitutional Rule prior to The storm of the American Revolution failed to uproot the settled loyalty of the northern colonies.

It does not appear that the Stamp Act, or any of those other ill-advised measures which, under Grenville and North, deprived England of thirteen Provinces, excited.

Scotch-Irish (or Scots-Irish) Americans are American descendants of Ulster Protestants who migrated during the 18th and 19th centuries. In the American Community Survey, million (% of the population) reported Scottish ancestry, an additional 3 million (% of the population) identified more specifically with Scotch-Irish ancestry, and many people who claim "American ancestry" may.

Mr Rattray's book, "The Scot in British North America," is a mine of valuable historical and genealogical knowledge, presented in a style equalled by no other Canadian writer in that field. It should be a monument to his memory which Scotsmen should enthusiastically hold in esteem.

From to55, Scotch-Irish from Ulster Scots arrived in America. Since Scotland was able to pursue its own colonies in the New World, several small colonies were established in the early seventeenth century in East Jersey and South Carolina.

These colonies were primarily for Quakers and Presbyterians who were. Original data: Rattray, William Jordan. The Scot In British North America, Vol.

o: Maclear,   Title: The Scot in British North her: British Library, Historical Print EditionsThe British Library is the national library of the United Kingdom. It is one of the world's largest research libraries holding over million items in all known languages and formats: books, journals, newspapers, sound recordings, patents, maps Author: W.

Rattray. The Highlanders immigrated to America because of the laws enacted by the British that were designed to destroy the Highland clan culture and bring them under British control.

The decay of the clan system, change in agriculture, poverty, and unrest made the decision to leave Scotland relatively easy for many Highlanders, and thousands flocked to. British North America refers to the British Empire's colonial territories in North America from tonot including the Caribbean and Bermuda.

The term was first used informally inbut it was uncommon before the Report on the Affairs of British North America (), called the Durham Report. [citation needed] These territories today form modern-day Canada and the Pacific Common languages: English, French, Gaelic. The Scotch-Irish: Or, The Scot in North Britain, North Ireland, and North America, Volume 1 Volume 1 of The Scotch-Irish, Charles Augustus Hanna The Scotch-Irish: Or, The Scot in North Britain, North Ireland, and North America, Charles Augustus Hanna: Author: Charles Augustus Hanna: Publisher: G.P.

Putnam's Sons, Original from: the. An publication of The Scot in British North America, volume one, by W. Rattray. It was published circa by Maclear and Company, Toronto. This book is. About The Scot in North Britain, North Ireland, and North America This large and informative overview of the history of the Scots-Irish outlines the most noteworthy events of Scottish history.

Use this database to acquaint yourself with this group as they appear in North Britain, North Ireland, and North America.The book is popularly known as The Scotch-Irish, or The Scot in North Britain, North Ireland and North America This unusual term [Scotch-Irish] refers to those Presbyterian Scots who settled in Ulster (modern-day Northern Ireland) during the seventeenth century.

From theseoriginal settlers, up to 2 million of their descendants.Ulster Scots is a term used primarily in the United Kingdom and Ireland. It refers to the Scots who migrated to the northern province of Ireland (Ulster) beginning about Although sometimes in North America they are referred to as ‘Scotch-Irish’ or ‘Ulster-Irish‘.

All these terms most commonly refer to those Lowland and.