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The Scottish High Church Tradition in America

An Essay in Scotch-Irish Ethnoreligious History


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The Scottish High Church Tradition in America by William L. Fosk
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In a comprehensive examination of the links between the ethnic and religious loyalties of Scotch-Irish immigrants, Fisk analyzes the process by which these two splinter branches of the Church of Scotland evolved into an important element in American Presbyterianism. The book traces the origins of post-Reformation religious turmoil in Scotland and explains the emotional attachment of the Covenanters and Seceders to their sectarian views. It then traces the migration of these two groups to Ireland, Pennsylvania and the Carolinas.

Author Biography

William L. Fisk is Professor Emeritus of History at Muskingum College.
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November 1st, 1994
Country of Publication
United States
University Press of America
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