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The European-American Heritage Project: Of Scottish Blood

A JOURNAL OF NATIONALIST THOUGHT & HISTORY

The European-American Heritage Project: Of Scottish Blood

The Scottish Contribution to Freedom in Revolutionary America

By John Tiffany

Being a Scot is not all kilts and bagpipes, by any means. Often inaccurately portrayed as backward romantics, the Scots in many ways laid an essential foundation for today’s intellectual, commercial and political milieu. Each place they entered around the globe—North America, Australia, India—they left their mark. Most of it seems to have been of a distinctly positive nature. Here we focus on the contributions of Scotsmen to the culture of the United States.


Scots and people of Scottish descent have for some reason contributed to our civilization far out of proportion to their numbers. In fact, if it were not for the Scots, there would probably be no such thing as the United States as an independent nation. Oddly, there would probably be no British empire either; however, that matter lies outside the scope of this article.

The Scottish connection with theUnited States, or what was to become the United States, goes back as far as possible in our history. [Read the entire article as PDF…]


This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 27 April, 2011.



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