Date of Creation
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Restoration movement (Christianity)--History|y19th century.
Global History Chapter
1. Emergence of the Stone-Campbell Movement
Carisse Mickey Berryhill
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View from MacGilligan's Point, Northern Ireland, looking northeast. Scottish Islands visible on horizon at right.
Use photographs of Londonderry, Lough Foyle, and MacGilligan’s point to develop geographical awareness in students of the Campbell family’s history.
Alexander Campbell, Londonderry, Jane Corneigle Campbell, Hibernia (ship), MacGilligan's Point, Scotland
From the Northern Ireland port of Londonderry the Campbell family embarked September 28, 1808, on the ship Hibernia to sail to the United States, passing up the Lough Foyle to the Atlantic at MacGilligan's Point on October 1, 1808. This photo illustrates how near Islay, one of the western islands of Scotland, is to the coast of Northern Ireland. The Hibernia was shipwrecked on Islay by a storm on October 7, 1808, stranding the family in Scotland for a year.