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Scots-French links in Europe and America, 1550-1850

David Dobson

Scots-French links in Europe and America, 1550-1850

by David Dobson

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Published by Clearfield in Baltimore, Md .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Registers of births,
  • Scots,
  • Genealogy

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby David Dobson
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCS464 .D627 2011
    The Physical Object
    Pagination107 p. :
    Number of Pages107
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24917158M
    ISBN 10080635528X
    ISBN 109780806355283
    LC Control Number2010681353
    OCLC/WorldCa727709862

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Scots-Scandinavian Links in Europe and America, [David Dobson, Kit Dobson] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. During the 17th century, tens of thousands of Scots settled in Scandinavia, and a number of them would eventually become engaged as planters and merchants in the Danish colony of the Virgin Islands.4/5(1).

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Scotland has had military links with France since the medieval period. For example, during the Hundred Years War between England and France, many Scottish soldiers fought for France. Be the first to review “Scots-French Links in Europe and America, ” Cancel reply.

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During the 17th century, tens of thousands of Scots settled in Scandinavia, and a number of them would eventually become engaged as planters and merchants in the Danish colony of the Virgin Islands.

Leaving no aspect of Scottish emigration to go unaddressed, David Dobson here identifies about 1, Scots who took up residence in Scandinavia and some of whose progeny made their way to the. Scotland: Scots-Scandinavian Links in Europe and America, David Dobson L.

Scots-French Links in Europe and America Catholic Military and Naval Chaplains Officers and Enlisted Men of the U.S. Navy Who Lost Their Lives during the World War from April 6, to Novemvol. 1 & 2. Scots-French Links in Europe and America Catholic Military and Naval Chaplains Officers and Enlisted Men of the U.S.

Navy Who Lost Their Lives during the World War from April 6, to Novemvol. 1 & 2. Scots merchants, factors, and pedlars could be found throughout north-west Europe by The Scottish Reformation of turned Scotland into a Protestant country and contributed to an exodus of Catholics, albeit on a small scale, to locations which remained loyal to Rome, such as Poland or France.

The links between Scotland and the countries lying along the southern shores of the Baltic can be traced back as far as the late Medieval period, when Scottish knights accompanied the Teutonic knights on their Baltic Crusade. Since then there have been economic links, which led any number of western merchants--Scots included-- to settle in the main seaports of Eastern Europe, such as s: 1.

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Scots-French Links in Europe and America Baltimore, Md.: Clearfield, FHL British Book D2ddf Scots in Georgia and the Deep South, About Scots-Dutch Links in Europe and America, As early as a number of Scottish scholars and merchants gravitated to the cities of Holland, Zealand, and Flanders because of the educational and commercial opportunities they offered.

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David Dobson combed primary and secondary sources on both sides of the Atlantic in order to document these links between Scotland, the Netherlands, and America. The result was Scots-Dutch Links in Europe and America,which provides over 2, separate references to this traffic.