Archival print of pre-Revolutionary migrations of the Scottish Highlanders and Scots-Irish

While originally living in close proximity to one another in Scotland, the Scottish Highlanders and Lowland Scots - many of the latter to become Scots-Irish - would diverge in almost every other respect. Ethnically, culturally, and politically they diverged, often sharing a mutual hostility in Scotland, Ireland and eventually during the American Revolution. Their migrations to the American Colonies occupied similar timeframes and they would eventually assimilate as Americans migrated west after the Revolution. 

This is available as a 17" x 22" archival print with a live area of 14.4" x 18.6" (the printed area within the sheet). More information about the print and archival printing is on the Scottish clans page. See a page with ordering instructions. If you have questions email Mike McMillen.

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