This is my next book venture.Been studying Ireland alot.But not Scotland.My ancestry,as far as I know,is mostly Irish,Scottish,English,and Italian.My Father was half Italian and half Scots-Irish.My mother,as far as I know,was Irish,on her mother and Fathers side.Her dad was Scots_Irish onhis mothers side.I think English on his fathers side.Last knight watched an old episode of Wagon Train,about Scottish people going to what they called New Scotland.Not sure yet where that would have been.Another episode of Irish people trying to cross to Ca,and how they were treated in early America.Also in the old Daniel Boone TV show.I don`t remember this stuff being taught in school.
In reply to A.Momma:
I'm trying to think of what you mean by the title - are you referring to when Scotland had a much larger Jewish community (generally of Eastern European descent and mostly in Glasgow) in most of the 20th century than now? Or are you referring to the Scots being a supposed Lost Tribe? Or are you referring to when the Scots became Protestant in the early 1600s and fostered mass literacy the way the Jews had already done it for 1-2 millennia, leading to the Scottish Enlightenment?
In reply to Yoffiemtl: