Charles Bolton's "Scotch Irish Pioneers in Ulster and America" is a systematic study of the beginning of the migration of settlers of Scotch and English descent from the north of Ireland to America. The author provides a detailed description of the economic, political, and religious conditions in Ulster during the period 1714 to 1718, when the migration to destinations in Maryland, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, and South Carolina began. Appendices included within this work provide ship names arriving in New England, (1714-1720); lists of petitioners for transport from Northern Ireland; list of vital records of towns in Ulster, begun before 1755; home towns of Ulster families, (1691-1718); names from church records; and members of the Charitable Irish Society in Boston. An index is provided at the end of the volume for easy reference.

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