Ulster and Scotland, 1600-2000 : history, language and identity / edited by William Kelly and John R. Young
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 171-176) and index.
Scotland & Ulster in the seventeenth century: the movement of peoples over the North Channel / John R. Young -- Ulster unionism and the Scottish dimension / Graham Walker -- 'For we are the Brighton Derry boys': social and political linkages between Derry and Glasgow in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries / Máirtín O Catháin -- Common ground in the Antipodes? Migration from Ulster and Scotland to New Zealand, 1800-1945 / Jock Philips -- 'Black '97': reconsidering Scottish migration to Ireland in the seventeenth century and the Scotch-Irish in America / Patrick Fitzgerald -- The Scots and Ulster in the seventeenth century: a Scandinavian perspective / Steve Murdoch -- The New England and federalist origins of 'Scotch-Irish' ethnicity / Kerby A. Miller -- Ulster Scots: lost or submerged / Michael Montgomery -- Gaelic, Scots and English: the politics of language in inter-war Scotland / Richard Finlay -- The political identity of the Scots-speaking community in Scotland and Ulster, 1545-1760 / David Horsburgh -- 'Ravelling narratives': Irish and Scottish Gaelic life stories / Alan Titley.
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