came on the South Carolina Five Ships? -- From Donegal
to Butler, PA circa 1790.
--Who came on the South Carolina Five Ships?
-- From Donegal to Butler, PA circa 1790.
Various heritage and cultural groups exist to help you learn and connect with the Scotch-Irish and Ulster-Scot. Some of these are identified below.
Ulster Society was founded for the promotion of Ulster-British culture. You should search its database and submit your own family interests. Also check out its shop. It sells a number of books on Scotch-Irish contributions to the American culture as well as the nation.
Ulster Historical Publications offers additional items for sale as well as providing many free resources. You can also purchase CD's of music. Here's a link to its database as well.-- DATABASE OFFLINE.
Ulster Scots -- the language.
Scots and Ulster Scots culture is often found in their religious expression. In the New World this blossomed into new traditions. The origin of many of these is Scottish psalms. We also influenced other cultures. Scottish line singing is the origin of the distinctive style of black spirituals.
Gaelic psalm singing. Clearly I like this stuff so here's some more links.
fantastic website that traced lined out psalm singing between Scotland
and the American South It focuses on n primitive Baptist groups. Hymns
are all the
At this site you can listen to some free music from a 1650 psalter.
Another site dedicated to singing of psalms with music and an even earlier psalter.
This to me is good stuff. My ancestors loved it and I like it too.
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