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“Scots and Scots' Descendants in America" T
HIS is the FIRST BOOK OF ITS KIND—the only comprehensive work tracing the Scottish influence in America from the earliest settlement to the
present time. In addition to the biographies of REPRESENTATIVE LIVING Scots, in every department of life, the INTRODUCTION consists of a complete survey of the part taken by people of Scottish blood in the building of the Nation. This includes:
Early Scottish colonial settlers and revolutionary leaders.
Steamships, Telephorte; Etc ::::::
Scottish ideals in American Life,:E&c.
This VALUABLE HISTORICAL INTRODUCTION is written by a well known authority. It includes the names of pröminent Seeftish families and individuals, referring by title and page to nearly 100 books and pamphlets (practically all ever written on this subject).
Also, several notable Scots of the United States and Canada have contributed interesting and important short Prefaces on various lines in which Scots have excelled.
PRIDE OF ANCESTRY
HE book is of the greatest value to the friends, relatives and descendants of those appearing in it, and to patriotic Scots everywhere, as a means of trac
ing their lineage to the individuals of this great American-Scottish family of merit and worth. Special attention has been given in the biographies to FAMILY HISTORY and GENEALOGY. The book is not for the present alone, but will increase in value as years go by, as the only reliable source of this historical and geneaological information.
A BOOK OF ACHIEVEMENT
ERE you have the life-stories told for the first time, of men who have made their mark in many fields of usefulness: Merchants, Manufacturers, Bank
ers, Railroad Men, Miners, Inventors, Statesmen, Architects, Physicians, Clergymen, Lawyers, Publishers, Contractors, Shipbuilders, Educators, etc.
Most of those men began with nothing, at the foot of the hill, and climbed to the top. Every page is a valuable object lesson to young and old. EVERY HOME NEEDS IT. ORDER NOW
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