A Global Clan: Scottish Migrant Networks and Identity Since the Eighteenth Century

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I.B.Tauris, Mar 7, 2006 - History - 242 pages
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Migration from the British "Celtic fringe" since the eighteenth century has had a significant impact on the politics, economics, demography, sociology and culture of the New World, as forces shaping international politics and even war. The authors use new material to explore Scottish migrant networks and personal experiences in areas such as the Caribbean, New Zealand and Australia.
 

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Contents

Scottish Sojourning
19
Scottish Migration Networks in the
48
A Northeastern Scots Career in
67
Personal Friendship and Scottish
95
A Transatlantic Lowland
127
Scottish Networks and Voices in Colonial Australia
150
Networks Identities
183
Ethnic Networks and Identities Among Interwar Scottish
203
The Shifting Identities of Postwar
227
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Angela McCarthy is Research Fellow at the Arts and Humanities Research Board Centre for Irish and Scottish Studies at the University of Aberdeen.

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