The Cornish Overseas: The Epic Story of the "Great Migration"
A Paperback edition by Philip Payton in English (Feb 10, 2005)
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Short Description: The story of the migration of the Cornish people throughout the world is an epic. Philip Payton is one of the world's leading scholars of the movement of Cornish people over time,... Read more
The story of the migration of the Cornish people throughout the world is an epic. Philip Payton is one of the world's leading scholars of the movement of Cornish people over time, both within the United Kingdom and to the major mining and agricultural districts of the world. The accessible narrative covers the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, continental South America, Mexico and Cuba. The Cornish Overseas was first published in a limited hardcover edition in 1998 and is now out of print. This new high-quality paperback edition, revised and updated following new research over the last six years, will make this important work available once more. The beautifully produced book is illustrated with newly commissioned line drawings.
The Cornish Overseas Paperback edition by Philip Payton
- Philip Payton
- Cornwall Editions Limited
- Publication date
- Feb 10, 2005
- Product dimensions
- 152 x 225 x 32mm
Acknowledgements; Introduction; Chapter One: A Culture Of Mobility; Chapter Two: The Rage For Emigration; Chapter Three: Bonanzas And Bugbears - Latin America; Chapter Four: From Famine To Frontiers - The Hungry Forties And The First American Mining Boom; Chapter Five: South Australia's Copper Kingdom; Chapter Six: Gold! The Californian Rush; Chapter Seven: Gold! The Victorian Rush; Chapter Eight: Crashed Copper, Tumbled Tin & The Largest Cornish Communities Beyond Land's End; Chapter Nine: New Frontiers - Australia; Chapter Ten: New Frontiers - North America; Chapter Eleven: 'But A Suburb Of Cornwall' - South Africa; Chapter Twelve: 'All Hail! Old Cornwall, May Thy Glory Last' - The End Of An Era; Chapter Thirteen: An Enduring Identity? The Cornish In A Globalised; World; Notes And References; Index.