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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colonial_period_of_South_Carolina

The history of the colonial period of South Carolina focuses on the English colonization that .... By the 1750s the Piedmont region attracted numerous frontier families from the ... The Scots-Irish in the Backcountry were Presbyterians, and the wealthy ... slaves to Christianity and were especially successful among black women, ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/War_of_the_Regulation

The War of the Regulation or the Regulator Movement was an uprising in the British North ... They were joined by new Scots-Irish immigrants, who populated the ... regions of North Carolina, mostly unaffected by the issues with local sheriffs .

www.answers.com/Q/Why_were_the_Scots-Irish_successful_in_the_Carolina_Piedmont

The Piedmont Triad, Triad, or North Carolina Triad is a region of the U.S. state of North Carolina in the Piedmont that consists of the area centered around the ...

www.learnnc.org/lp/pages/2030

North Carolina settlers from Europe or of European descent remained mostly in the ... Early Piedmont settlers were primarily Scotch-Irish and German people who .... Their efforts proved successful, and by 1760 Piedmont settlers were sending ...

www.ncpedia.org/history/1776-1860/mountain-settlement

Among these early settlers were the Davidsons, Alexanders, Gudgers, and Pattons. ... Some migrated from the North Carolina Piedmont and the Coastal Plain. ... Other English, Scotch-Irish, and German settlers came from Virginia, Maryland, ...

www.loc.gov/teachers/classroommaterials/presentationsandactivities/presentations/immigration/alt/irish.html

Many early Irish immigrants were of sturdy, Scotch-Irish stock. ... their emigration by becoming indentured servants were well equipped to lead successful, ... into the North Carolina Piedmont region, they reached South Carolina by the 1760s.

www.carolana.com/NC/Royal_Colony/nc_royal_colony_scots_irish.html

The Scots-Irish Settlers During the Royal Period (1729 to 1775) ... Backcountry of South Carolina, and the Piedmont up to the Appalachian mountains in North Carolina. ... In the seventeenth century a large amount of the Irish immigrants were ...

forgedinulster.com/scots-irish-in-the-usa/4548015472

"The Scots-Irish were the first to proclaim for liberty in these United States. ... point in the war was the Battle of King's Mountain in South Carolina on 7 October 1780. .... Although the army was successful in temporarily ending the rebellion the .... the North Carolina Piedmont region, they reached South Carolina by the 1760s.

homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~mcclell2/homepage/migrate.htm

There were five great waves of emigration, with a lesser flow in the intervening years. .... the Valley of Virginia, and the Carolina Piedmont, however, Scotch-Irish  ...

www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~vahsswv/historicalsketches/appalachian%20experience.html

As Harry Caudill has pointed out, it is one of the richest regions in natural resources in ... The North Carolina mountaineer is more like a West Virginian or an Eastern Kentuckian ... Strictly speaking, they were neither Irish nor Scots. ..... Appalachian identity to preparation for life as successful middle class people outside the ...