Table of contents for The people with no name : Ireland's Ulster Scots, America's Scots Irish, and the creation of a British Atlantic world, 1689-1764 / Patrick Griffin.


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Counter Maps xi
Acknowledgments xiii
INTRODUCTION: Identity in an Atlantic World 1
CHAPTER ONE: The Transformation of Ulster Society in the Wake of the Glorious Revolution 9
CHAPTER TWO: "Satan's Sieve": Crisis and Community in Ulster 37
CHAPTER THREE: "On the Wing for America": Ulster Presbyterian Migration, 1718-1729 65
CHAPTER FOUR: "The Very Scum of Mankind": Settlement and Adaptation in a New World 99
CHAPTER FIVE: "Melted Down in the Heavenly Mould": Responding to a Changing Frontier 125
CHAPTER SIX: "The Christian White Savages of Peckstang and Donegall": Surveying the Frontiers of an Atlantic World 157
Notes 175
Bibliography 223
Index 239


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Scots-Irish United States History 18th century, Scots-Irish United States History 17th century, Scots Ulster (Northern Ireland and Ireland) History, Scots Ulster (Northern Ireland and Ireland) Migrations History, Presbyterians Ulster (Northern Ireland and Ireland) History, Ulster (Northern Ireland and Ireland) Emigration and immigration History, United States Emigration and immigration History, United States History Colonial period, ca, 1600-1775, Great Britain Colonies America