The Ulster Scots Agency have funded a site which explores the historical background and events of the first organized migration from the Bann valley of the north of Ireland to New Hampshire in America. The site provides research suggestions for people from both sides of the Atlantic, in hopes of helping re-establish links broken in 1718.
Genealogical and historical resources for tracing the Ulster-Scots migration to Maine and New England prior to the American Revolution. The Maine Ulster Scots Project is sponsored by the Saint Andrew's Society of Maine. Its mission is to gather and save the stories of Maine's Ulster Scots (Scots-Irish) families and to periodically publish and otherwise share that information with the public and with Maine's students.
Custom Search Engine allows you to search multiple Internet sites for Passenger Lists of ships going to New England (Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont) United States.
This project focuses on profile pages and research of early Puritan colonists (as distinct from the separatist Pilgrims of the Mayflower) who started arriving after the Mayflower and form the 20-40k settlers who arrived in New England mostly between 1621 and 1650.