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They all came to be known in the United States as the "Scots-Irish" even those with no Scottish ancestry at all.The term Scots-Irish was created in the 19th century to differentiate between Protestant Irish and the later Catholic Irish,.An estimated 250,000 migrated to the United States during the colonial era.

The Scots Irish were tenant farmers who had been settled in Ireland by the British government during the 17th-century Plantation of Ulster.Civilian leaders of the Irish and the South did embrace the Confederate national project and most became advocates of a 'hard-war' policy.Irish nationalist John Mitchel lived in Tennessee and Virginia during his exile from Ireland and was one of the South's most outspoken supporters during the American Civil War through his newspapers the Southern Citizen and the Richmond Enquirer.Native tolerance, however, was also a very important factor in Irish integration [into Southern society]....Upper-class southerners, therefore, did not object to the Irish, because Irish immigration never threatened to overwhelm their cities or states....

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