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is a treasure trove of migration patterns for Irish and Scots. You have to look past the fact they call Scots, Scotch.which is a drink. There was a time when this was an acceptable term. This is an excellent resource. Enjoy and learn. Genealogy Sites, Genealogy Research, Family Genealogy, Family Roots, All Family, Family Trees, Family Values, Family Tree Research, My Family History

Historical sources for Craig White's Literature courses

This is a treasure trove of migration patterns for Irish and Scots. You have to look past the fact they call Scots, Scotch...which is a drink. There was a time when this was an acceptable term. This is an excellent resource. Enjoy and learn.

The Lost State of Franklin: How 8 Counties in East Tennessee Almost Became America’s State Us History, Family History, American History, East Tennessee, Nashville Tennessee, Franklin Tennessee, 12 Tribes Of Israel, By Any Means Necessary, National Symbols

The Lost State of Franklin: How 8 Counties in East Tennessee Almost Became America’s 14th State

Back in the 1780s, eight counties in Tennessee almost became America's 14th state! Here is the strange story of the Lost State of Franklin.

The State of Franklin and Tennessee Aborning – This Day in North Carolina History Us History, Family History, American History, American War, Local History, American Women, American Indians, Native American, Genealogy Research

Lost State of Franklin map

Map of the proposed state of Franklin. From the book "Lost States" www.loststates.com

August Western North Carolina (now eastern Tennessee) declares itself an independent state under the name of Franklin. It wasn't accepted into the United States, and only lasted for four years. What Is Today, Western North Carolina, Genealogy Research, Family Genealogy, East Tennessee, Nashville Tennessee, Family History, American History, American War

The History Of This Long-Lost State In Tennessee Will Truly Amaze You

The State of Franklin was a short-lived independent state in the hills of modern East Tennessee, and you can still visit its landmarks today.

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