Celtic Warrior Descendants is a genetic, cultural and political history of an American family. It is typical of the history of many Americans of Scotch-Irish descent, and is applicable to a host of people with many surnames. The book pursues the Celtic history of Ireland and Britain to the Iberian Peninsula, and then to the Middle East and before. It also depicts some significant aspects of our ancestors' world, of Celtic mythology, and of cultural traits passed down by our Celtic and pre-Celtic ancestors. Further, as part of his legacy to his descendants, the author takes issue with some lasting political myths learned during his youth. The book is designed to acquaint the reader with the family's genetic history and with the world and culture of the living family's ancestors. It includes mythic, cultural, and political aspects that extend its applicability to a great number of the descendants of the English, Irish, Scottish and Welsh immigrants who came to America several hundred years ago.It wasna#39;t until the 1870s that the railroad came.3 When Ford began producing over a million cars a year in 1921, rural Delmarvaa#39;s ... Many of them were driving tractors, in the fields and on the roads, by the age of 10 yearsaand could tote 100 pound bags of ... 11 12 Delaware had ~4000 Continental Army soldiers, was thefirst state to ratify the U.S. Constitution, and had a ... nickname.14 Chincoteague and Tangier Islands were the only parts of Virginia that did not secede from the Union.
|Title||:||Celtic Warrior Descendants|
|Author||:||Ebe Chandler McCabe Jr|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2011-03|