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In-text: (Blethen and Wood Jr., 1999)
Your Bibliography: Blethen, H. and Wood Jr., C., 1999. From Ulster To Carolina. 2nd ed. Raleigh: North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources.
In-text: (Blethen, 1994)
Your Bibliography: Blethen, H., 1994. The Transmission of Scottish Culture to the Southern Back Country. Journal of the Appalachian Studies Association, 6, pp.59-72.
In-text: (Curran, 2014)
Your Bibliography: Curran, D., 2014. The Protestant Community In Ulster. 1st ed. Dublin: Four Courts Press.
In-text: (Fischer, 1989)
Your Bibliography: Fischer, D., 1989. Albion's Seed. 1st ed. New York: Oxford University Press.
In-text: (Gleeson, 2006)
Your Bibliography: Gleeson, D., 2006. Smaller Differences: Scotch Irish and Real Irish in the Nineteenth-century American South. New Hibernia Review, 10(2), pp.68-91.
In-text: (Griffin, 2001)
Your Bibliography: Griffin, P., 2001. The People With No Name. 1st ed. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
In-text: (Hampton and Hull, 1992)
Your Bibliography: Hampton, D. and Hull, M., 1992. Evangelical Protestantism In Ulster Society 1740-1890. 1st ed. London: Routledge.
In-text: (Holmes, 2009)
Your Bibliography: Holmes, A., 2009. Presbyterian Religion, Historiography. and Ulster Scots Identity, c. 1800 TO 1914. The Historical Journal, 52(3), pp.615-640.
In-text: (Holmes, 2010)
Your Bibliography: Holmes, A., 2010. Covenanter Politics: Evangelicalism, Political Liberalism and Ulster Presbyterians, 1798-1914. The English Historical Review, CXXV(513), pp.340-369.
In-text: (Leyburn, 1962)
Your Bibliography: Leyburn, J., 1962. The Scotch-Irish. 1st ed. Chapel Hill, [N.C.]: University of North Carolina Press.
In-text: (Mccall, 2002)
Your Bibliography: Mccall, C., 2002. Political Transformation and the Reinvention of the Ulster-Scots Identity and Culture. Identities, 9(2), pp.197-218.
In-text: (Patterson, 2012)
Your Bibliography: Patterson, D., 2012. The True Image: Gravestone Art And The Culture Of Scotch Irish Settlers In The Pennsylvania And Carolina Backcountry. 1st ed. [ebook] Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press. Available at: <https://www.amazon.com/True-Image-Pennsylvania-Backcountry-Architecture-ebook/dp/B009LPY4KC/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=> [Accessed 27 January 2020].
In-text: (Peatling, 2003)
Your Bibliography: Peatling, G., 2003. The 'Irish' , the 'Scots-Irish' and the United States of America in the Twentieth Century : Some Patterns of Exchange. Études irlandaises, 28(2), pp.81-98.
In-text: (Reid, 1988)
Your Bibliography: Reid, R., 1988. Church Membership, Consanguineous Marriage, and Migration in a Scotch-Irish Frontier Population. Journal of Family History, 13(4), pp.397-414.
In-text: (Webb, 2005)
Your Bibliography: Webb, J., 2005. Born Fighting: How The Scots-Irish Shaped America. 1st ed. New York: Broadway Books.
In-text: (Woodmason, 1969)
Your Bibliography: Woodmason, C., 1969. The Carolina Backcountry On The Eve Of The Revolution. Chapel Hill: Univ. of North Carolina Press.
In-text: (Yeager, 2000)
Your Bibliography: Yeager, K., 2000. The Power Of Ethnicity: The Preservation Of Scots -Irish Culture In The Eighteenth-Century American Backcountry. 1st ed. [ebook] Baton Rouge: LSU Historical Dissertations and Theses, pp.1-422. Available at: <https://digitalcommons.lsu.edu/gradschool_disstheses/740> [Accessed 28 January 2020].
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