Curtis W. Wood, Jr., is emeritus professor of history at Western Carolina University. He earned a Ph.D. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Again, an overview of the Carolina migration. More historic investigation should be given to those pour souls who were outcast and sent as indentured servants to the America.Published 3 hours ago by erika demille
Much too superficial for something written by academics and published by a university press. A big disappointment.Published 25 days ago by Roger Brown
Interesting from historical viewpoint of the Scottish-Irish immigration and presbyterianism expansion. Not much help for genealogical purposes.Published 3 months ago by David N Harvey
Great Read! I truly enjoyed this short 67 page book. It was informative, interesting and generously sprinkled with photos and real accounts. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Grandma from far far away
Very informative in my research of how my ancestors from Scotland managed to survive after they came to America. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Roleaf
I would have liked a little more detail about individuals, but I knew this book was an overview of a migration when I bought. Engaging and a pretty fast read.Published 4 months ago by M. W. Hill
Interesting how this little known or little discussed information explains movements of my ancestors and reveals new places to look for clues.
Brethren and Wood have tied together a vast array of existing literature and added very significant and helpful pieces of detail that take readers much farther into a clear... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Ken Russell
Interesting information, just could have been more included in the book, esp. considering the impact the Scots Irish had in the early settlement of the Southeast.Published 7 months ago by MJefferson