The Scotch-Irish of Colonial Pennsylvania

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INDEX
Abbeville County, Scotch-Irish pioneers in, 110
Academies, of Scotch-Irish in colonial Pennsylvania, 219-228
Agnew, Daniel, 140, 142
Alabama, Scotch-Irish in, III
Albany Purchase of 1754, 65, 146
Alamance, battle of, III
Alison, Francis, as minister, 213, 224; as educator, 223-224
Allegheny County, settlements in, 83-84; mentioned, 138
Allen, William, 55
American-Irish, object to term "Scotch-Irish," 4
Amherst, General Jeffrey, 153
Amish, 67, 88, 156
Amusements, on frontier, 195-196
Andrews, Zedekiah, 203
Anglicans, 120
Anti-Constitutionalist Party, 135, 136
Anti-Proprietary Party, 133
Antrim, County, plantation of, 20; racial and religious composition of, 25-26; mentioned, 15, 16, 18, 33, 40, 62
Arkansas, Scotch-Irish in, III
Armagh, County, plantation of, 20; English in, 25; mentioned, 15, 18, 33, 40
Armstrong, John, Secretary of War, 139
Armstrong, General John, leads expedition against Kittanning, 149150; in Pontiac's War, 153-154; in Revolution, 163
Armstrong County, pioneer settlements in, 87
Aughwick ( Fort Shirley), 68
Aughwick Creek, 65
Augusta County, Scotch-Irish settlements in, 104-106
Baltimore, 44, 177
Bald Eagle Valley, 89
Bannockburn, 143
Baptists, in Ireland, 12, 24, 25; in Pennsylvania, 82, 100
Barker, Howard F., conclusions questioned, 49n
Barter, in colonial Pennsylvania, 178
Barton, Samuel, defends Scotch-Irish, 125-126
Beatty, Charles, 212, 221
Beatty, Patrick, 68
Beaver County, settlements in, 86
Becket, William, 8
Bedford ( Raystown), founded, 66
Bedford County, settlers in, 66; mentioned, 132, 161
Belfast, linen manufacture of, 30; port of embarkation, 39, 43, 44
Bench of Bishops, oppresses Dissenters, 32
Berks County, raises German regiment, 161
Bethel Presbyterian Church, founded, 87
" Beverly Grant," 104
Beverly, William, 104
Big Spring Presbyterian Church, founded, 63
" Big Runaway," 90, 91
Bingham, Samuel, 67
Black, Jeremiah S., 142
Blaine, Ephraim, 162, 164

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