The McCarthys in Early American History (Classic Reprint)
by Michael J. O'Brien


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Irish have sadly neglected the opportunities which these records afiord, to rescue from oblivion and to perpetuate a knowledge among their fellow Americans of the part played by men and women of the Irish race in laying the foundations of the structure upon which this great nation rests.  Read more...


 
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Irish have sadly neglected the opportunities which these records afiord, to rescue from oblivion and to perpetuate a knowledge among their fellow Americans of the part played by men and women of the Irish race in laying the foundations of the structure upon which this great nation rests.

There is no earthly reason why the Irish, like Amer icans of other races, should not be accorded a place in the history of this country. The Huguenot Society has put on record the contributions of the French; the Holland Society has told of the part played by Amer icans of Dutch descent; the Thistle Society has related the story of the Scotch; the Spaniards have a well established place in American history, and the English have had numberless historians who made it a business and a trade to supply the world with histories of their own making and from their own point of view; in short, nearly every race which made up the population of this country in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, with the exception of the Irish, has supplied historians who have put on record the creditable deeds of men and women of their own blood. Thus, the American people have had Opportunities to learn what each nationality has contributed to the greatness and progress of their country, but, although the Celtic element was numeric ally important in the Colonies, the general public knows practically nothing of the history of the Irish immi grants or their American descendants.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781331207085
  • ISBN-10: 1331207088
  • Publisher: Forgotten Books
  • Publish Date: April 2018
  • Page Count: 356
  • Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.74 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.05 pounds


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