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Sources for Research in Scottish Genealogy:
Scottish Americans

Compiled by Judith P. Reid



1.	Aspinwall, Bernard, 1938-
	Portable utopia : Glasgow and the United States, 1820-1920 : with
	a comprehensive biographical list of the Scots and Americans who
	created the connection / Bernard Aspinwall. -- [Aberdeen] :
	Aberdeen University Press, 1984. -- xviii, 363 p., [4] p. of
	plates : ill.                                   
							E184.S3 A86 1984

	Bibliography: p. 265-363.

2.	Black, George Fraser, 1866-1948.
	Scotland's mark on America / with a foreword by John Foord. New
	York : Scottish Section of "America's Making," 1921. -- [San
	Francisco : R and E Research Associates, 1972]. -- 126 p.
							E184.S3 B6 1972

	Bibliography: p. 117.

3.	Dobson, David.
	Directory of Scots in the Carolinas, 1680-1830 / by David Dobson.
	-- Baltimore : Genealogical Pub. Co., 1986. -- xi, 322 p. : ill.
							F265.S3 D63 1986

4.	Dobson, David.
	Scots on the Chesapeake, 1607-1830 / compiled by David Dobson. --
	Baltimore : Genealogical Pub. Co., c1992. -- xv, 169 p. 
							F187.C5 D63 1992

5.	Dobson, David.
	Scottish-American court records, 1733-1783 / David Dobson. --
	Baltimore : Genealogical Pub. Co., c1991. -- 105 p. 
							E184.S3 D635 1991

6.	Dobson, David.
	Scottish-American heirs, 1683-1883 / David Dobson. -- Baltimore :
	Genealogical Pub. Co., c1990. -- 165 p.         
							E184.S3 D637 1990
	
7.	Dobson, David.
	Scottish-American wills, 1650-1900 / David Dobson. -- Baltimore :
	Genealogical Pub. Co., c1991.                    
							E184.S3 D64 1991

8.	Dunaway, Wayland Fuller, 1875-
	The Scotch-Irish of colonial Pennsylvania. -- Chapel Hill :
	University of North Carolina Press, 1944. -- vi p., 2 leaves, 3-
	273 p.                                                 
							F160.S4 D8

	Bibliography: p. 233-257.     
	
	Reprinted in Baltimore by Genealogical Pub. Co. in 1979.

9.	Hanna, Charles A[ugustus], 1863-
	The Scotch-Irish. -- New York and London : G.P. Putnam's sons,
	1902. -- 2 v. : front, maps.           
							Microfilm 53597 E <MicRR>

	Reprinted in Baltimore by Genealogical Pub. Co., in 1968.

10.	Haws, Charles H.
	Scots in the Old Dominion, 1685-1800 / Charles H. Haws. --
	Edinburgh : J. Dunlop, c1980. -- vii, 172 p. : maps.

							E184.S3 H38 1980

11.	Karras, Alan L.
	Sojourners in the sun : Scottish migrants in Jamaica and the
	Chesapeake, 1740-1800 / Alan L. Karras. -- Ithaca : Cornell
	University Press, 1992. -- xiii, 231 p. : ill., maps.
							F187.C5 K37 1992

	Includes bibliographical references (p. [217]-226) and
	index.

12.	Landsman, Ned C., 1951-
	Scotland and its first American colony, 1683-1765 / Ned C.
	Landsman. -- Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, c1985.
	-- xiv, 360 p. : maps.                           
							F145.S3 L36 1985

	Bibliography: p. 341-346.

13.	Lehmann, William Christian, 1888-
	Scottish and Scotch-Irish contributions to early American life
	and culture / William C. Lehmann. -- 2nd ed. -- Washington :
	Lehmann-Spohr, 1980. -- 232 p.                 
							E183.8.G7 L36 1980

	Bibliography: p. 223-226.

14.	Le Roy, Bruce.
	Lairds, bard, and mariners : the Scot in Northwest America / by
	Bruce Le Roy ; foreword by Robert Hitchman. -- [s.l.] : published
	for the Washington State American Revolution Bicentennial
	Commission by the Washington State Historical Society and the
	Center for Northwest Folklore, c1978. -- xx, 124 p. : ill.
							F855.2.S3 L4

	Bibliography: p. 101-106.

15.	MacLean, J.P. (John Patterson), 1848-1939.
	An historical account of the settlements of Scotch Highlanders in
	America prior to the peace of 1783 : together with notices of
	Highland regiments and biographical sketches. -- Baltimore :
	Genealogical Pub. Co., 1968. -- xiv, 455 p. : ill., port.
							E184.S3 M2 1968 

	The "Historical Account" was originally published in
	Cleveland by Helman-Taylor Co. in 1900. 

16.	Meyer, Duane Gilbert, 1926-
	The Highland Scots of North Carolina, 1732-1776. -- Chapel Hill :
	University of North Carolina Press, [1961]. -- viii, 218 p. :
	maps, diagrs.                                    
							F265.S3 M4 1961

	Bibliography: p. [194]-204.

17.	Newman, Harry Wright, 1894-
	To Maryland from overseas : a complete digest of the Jacobite
	Loyalists sold into white slavery in Maryland and the British and
	Continental background of approximately 1400 Maryland settlers
	from 1634 to the early Federal Period with source documentation /
	by Harry Wright Newman. -- Annapolis : H.W. Newman, 1982. -- v,
	190 p.                                           
							F190.S3 N48 1982

	Reprinted in Baltimore by Genealogical Pub. Co. in 1985.
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