South Carolina was one of the original thirteen colonies of the United States.
European ... Gradually more industry moved into the Piedmont area, with textile
factories that .... Such "North Br...
They were used to hard labor.
There were five great waves of emigration, with a lesser flow in the intervening
years. ... As drought ravaged the countryside, testimony of Scotch-Irish success in
... the Valley of Virginia, and the Carolina Piedmont, however, Scotch-Irish ...
The Migration of the Scots-Irish to Southwastern North Carolina ... wrote, “Knox is
one of the most ruthless and successful revolutionary leaders in history. ... Of
course, were Scotland to become Protestant, this would no longer be an issue.
..... Land in the Piedmont was even cheaper than it was in Pennsylvania or in
Most of the millions who left the island in this period were economic migrants. .... [
10] By 1761, the Scots Irish filled the South Carolina piedmont. ... After some
initial success the rebels met their demise at Vinegar Hill, County Wexford, and ...
The Scotch-Irish are a major ethnic source of the USA's dominant culture, but
their ... Ronald Reagan (1980-88)--successful Cold-War president personifying
rugged ... xv They [the Scots-Irish] were the original Jacksonians (indeed, Andrew
.... the history and heritage of the Scotch-Irish, at least in the Carolina Piedmont ...
The first permanent settlements were made (c.1653) around Albemarle Sound ...
were gradually pushed beyond the Appalachians as the Piedmont was
increasingly occupied. German and Scotch-Irish settlers followed the valleys
down from .... by the successful airplane experiments of the Wright Brothers near
York County is located in the north-central portion of South Carolina and is ... in
the Carolina piedmont, or backcountry as it was called, were these Scots-Irish .....
eventually grew to become the highly successful Anderson Motor Company, the ...
The Piedmont, in turn, is separated from the Blue Ridge province by a fault line ...
land is generally infertile and must be enriched with nutrients for successful
cultivation. ... In the 1750s and '60s, Scotch-Irish settlers from Pennsylvania and
Virginia ... The vast majority of South Carolina's residents were born in the stat...
These settlers were overwhelmingly Scots-Irish Presbyterians who traveled ....
Here, in the Carolina Piedmont, the Scots-Irish enjoyed their independence. ....
the Backcountry, mercy was not freely given upon successful completion of a