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Title: "Rebels Without a Cause": The External Jacobite Diasporas, 1688-1788
Author(s): Cunningham, Calum
Contact Email: c.e.cunningham@stir.ac.uk
Keywords: Jacobite
Jacobites
Diaspora
Diasporas
Issue Date: 2020
Date Deposited: 15-Feb-2021
Citation: Cunningham C (2020) "Rebels Without a Cause": The External Jacobite Diasporas, 1688-1788. SATH History Teaching Review Yearbook, 27, pp. 4-17. http://www.sath.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/Cunningham-Jacobite-Diasporas.pdf
Abstract: A survey of the global reach and impact of the external Jacobite diasporas, 1688-1788. This article covers the four most common geographical areas associated with Jacobite emigration and exile: Continental Europe, Scandinavia, Russia, and the American colonies. Within these respective regions, pertinently chosen case studies of individuals who made important contributions to their host communities - including the martial, commercial, financial, scientific, and socio-political fields - are highlighted throughout. Thus, the article stresses both the significance of these contributions and the widespread dispersion of many others associated with the Jacobite movement.
URL: http://www.sath.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/Cunningham-Jacobite-Diasporas.pdf
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