In the mid-to-late-18th century, large groups of Ulster Scots (later called the Scotch-Irish ) and people from the Anglo-Scottish border region immigrated and settled in the back country of Appalachia and the Piedmont . They were the largest group of non-English immigrants from the British Isles before the American Revolution .  In the 1980 Census, 34% of Southerners reported that they were of English ancestry; English was the largest reported European ancestry in every Southern state by a large margin. 
We were on a hike in the Kruger Park and decided to go to a section of the park where no one had hiked before. We tracked and saw various animals. On the day of our encounter with the elephant we had been tracking a leopard all day, he seemed to outwit us and had a 5 minute lead on us that was when we chanced upon this elephant bull. Our guide has got a lot of experience with elephants and assured us he would just get the elephants attention but if the elephant did not sense danger it
would run away, if we were lucky we would get a mock charge-which we did. It happened exactly like that and we followed the elephant after the encounter and found it throwing water over its body and flapping its ears. According to the guide it was out of pure frustration..lol. The Elephant was not
provoked or harmed in any way.