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4.0 out of 5 stars A pot pouri of the common Scots who made America great, 6 Mar. 2011
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Don Spence "music adict" (Alicante, Spain) - See all my reviews
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This review is from: Tam Blake and Co.: Scots in America, 1540-1940 (Canongate) (Paperback)
A pot pouri of the Scots of humble, and not so humble, backgrounds who made America great. This is tale after tale of the Scots and Ulster Scots who quietly made their mark in the new world. They gradually blended in so well to the fabric of the new country that they virtually made the contribution of their small home nation invisible. Well written it left me wanting to know more of the heroes who built the country from scratch, fought in its war of independence and were as torn as all others in the civil war that so nearly ripped the United from the States.
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