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The People with No Name: Ireland's Ulster Scots, America's Scots Irish ...

Scots-Irish in America. Beth Isaacs and Megan Curd this is what we were talking about earlier :)

Leaving Ulster and family & friends behind to start a new life in America - After 4 to 6 generations of living in Ulster, the first of the large-scale migrations of Ulster Scots began in 1717.

This is a treasure trove of migration patterns for Irish and Scots. You have to look past the fact they call Scots, Scotch...which is a drink. There was a time when this was an acceptable term. This is an excellent resource. Enjoy and learn.

Beginnings of the Ulster-Scots / Scotch-Irish. A short extract of Ireland about the Plantation of Ulster (Reiver families were shipped here in clearances from the Borderlands, others came willingly looking for a new life, new beginnings), the beginnings of the Ulster-Scots and why so many later emigrated to America.

Scotch-Irish Immigrant -- I wonder how many people realize that the Scotch-Irish were *Scottish*, and not Irish....They were Scots that moved to Ireland {who then later moved to America}. *shakes head*

Scottish surnames in Ulster poster. I "need" this!

Scottish and Scots-Irish Early Immigration to America #genealogy #maps