Ulster Presbyterians and the Scots Irish Diaspora, 1750-1764 by B. Bankhurst

By B. Bankhurst

Bankhurst examines how information in regards to the violent fight to regulate the borderlands of British North the USA among 1740 and 1760 resonated between groups in eire with familial hyperlinks to the colonies. This paintings considers how severe Irish press insurance and American fundraising drives in eire produced empathy between Ulster Presbyterians.

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