Thursday, April 03, 2008

Podcast Appalachia: "The Scots-Irish"

The latest episode of Podcast Appalachia is now available! In this episode, I look at the Scots-Irish and their contributions to Appalachia and America. Are you or any of your relatives from the Appalachian region? Then you are probably of Scots-Irish descent. You can listen to this episode here or view a transcript here.

5 comments:

tipper said...

Very informative. Glad you are getting the word out on youtube and myspace-I would think many history classes could benefit from hearing or reading the episodes-they are really great.

David & Becky said...

John,

I just wanted to thank you for creating this blog and the podcasts. I am a native "Scots-Irish" Hillbilly from ET myself and love all of the informative posts and links you provide. Keep up the great work!!!

David

John Norris Brown said...

Thanks much to all of you! I hope you will keep listening :-)

Sage said...

I am from Southwest Virginia and am of Scots-Irish descent on my mom's side of the family (Pattersons, Bays). Great info! I am all for the populist angle in politics. Great Blog!
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