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The Scots-Irish musical legacy in the USA

Published on Sep 5, 2013 by Forged In Ulster

Following the trail of the Great Wagon Road, Mark Wilson traces the road from Pennsylvania to North Carolina to discover the influence of the Ulster-Scots on the music of North America. Please visit:

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8 Responses to The Scots-Irish musical legacy in the USA

  1. galen says:

    Nothing like the pipes to ignite the heart. Thanks, Mary.



  2. Angel-NYC says:

    for galen at 6:45 pm:

  3. galen says:

    Angel, are you a twin soul of mine? This happened in mere moments. Evidently, we know the well.



  4. Katie says:

    Absolutely delightful, thanks for the post Mary.

    I too am of Scotch/ Irish descent. “McClintock”

    • DL. says:

      Me too–McAtee. and something some here may be aware of–the FACT that most Scots-Irish newcomers to the US (before and after Brit colonization) were indentured servants. Folks, blacks weren’t the only slaves this nation has ever had! But few blacks will ever admit that! (and is the biggest reason I have nothing but contempt for “Black Lives Matter” useful idiots).

    • mary in ND says:


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