The Scotch-Irish Race Among the Nations.
The Scotch-Irish Race Among the Nations.. The author, Thomas Murphy, makes a case for considering those of Scotch-Irish descent as being a "race" apart and then sets out to examine the consequences of this discrimination in terms of the interactions of this "race" with other races it has come into contact with. The paper concludes with an examination of a supposed seven stage process of integration and influence as the Scotch-Irish race became an integral part of the population of the United States.
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Gleaned from: The Scotch-Irish in America, Third Congress, 1891, Published: 1891
by: Thomas Murphy
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