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Orangemen = This name for the Scots-Irish comes from William III, Prince of Orange, and is kept because his victory over despotic power laid the foundation for the evolution of Constitutional Democracy in the British Isles. Because of their way of life, they made excellent frontiersmen, guerrilla fighters and scouts. King James VI and son of Mary, Queen of Scots) came to the throne in 1603, the border was finally "pacified".[However, the English had no use for people with such professions on their borders.] The most famous of these border clans were the Armstrongs, the Bells, the Grahams, and the Johnstons. Many people were killed and others sent to low countries.
This was the beginning of the great radical tradition of the S/I people.
Two women were made martyrs in Scotland when they were tied to posts in the tide-lands and left to drown in high tide - all because they refused to reject the principles of the Catholic Church.
Whole prisons were built to house the Covenanters who were arrested.
James I even then considered the native Irish a barbarous and un-subdued people.
[Another reason of the English for displacing some of the Scots, and encouraging others to move on their own, was the intention for the Scots to help in the pacification of the Irish.