The suppressed History of White Slavery in America- Date June 27, 1840- Source; Library of Congress

"White Slavery" is a revisionist myth, indentured service is a contractual agreement with a specific duration and not generational forced servitude.

‘Irish slaves’: the convenient myth | openDemocracy

‘Irish slaves’: the convenient myth

Discrimination against Irish immigrants. Discrimination shares itself with any and all. :(

All the foaming at the mouth anti-immigration people should get a freaking history book and read how most of their ancestors where not wanted and used and abused for cheap labor. The story is as old as this country.

Electric Scotland is a very large site about the history of Scotland, the Scots and Scots-Irish and people and places around the world of Scottish descent. We also have considerable information on Scottish clans and families

Electric Scotland guide to Scottish and Irish clans, families, tartans and history of the Gaels

Debunking the imagery of the “Irish slaves” mythology — Medium

Debunking the imagery of the “Irish slaves” meme

Those that promote the meme of Irish perpetual hereditary chattel slavery use a variety of images entirely unrelated to indentured servitude to accompany their anti-history.

Some people forget that African Americans had Irish slaves...

Archivists maintain original sources that may help shatter myths. "No such thing as "No Irish Need Apply" signs argues history professor “A myth of victimization” he claims as no “No Irish Need Apply” signs were ever found"

Debunking a Myth: The Irish Were Not Slaves, Too -

IRISH SLAVE TRADE: white slaves in the sugar plantations of Barbados. None of the Irish victims ever made it back to their homeland to describe their ordeal. These are the lost slaves; the ones that time and biased history books conveniently forgot.