3 edition of The History of the Great Irish Famine of 1847 (Large Print Edition) found in the catalog.
March 21, 2007
Written in English
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The deaths resulting from it, and the emigration which it caused, were so vast, that, at one time, it seemed as if America and the grave were about to absorb the whole population of this country between.
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2 people found this helpful/5(14). The history of the great Irish famine ofwith notices of earlier Irish famines by O'Rourke, John, Rev. Publication date Topics Famines Publisher Dublin: J.
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The Potato—Its introduction into Europe—Sir Walter Raleigh—The Potato of Virginia—The Battata, or sweet Potato—Sir John. The History of the Great Irish Famine of (3rd ed.) () John O'Rourke. 2 Ratings; Publisher Description. In the s, Great Britain was the richest, most powerful nation on earth.
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Even today remaining artifacts such as the famine pot at Lough Eske remind us of that grim period when a million people died of starvation and famine related disease and another million plus were forced to emigrate, many.
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Famine had been common in Nineteenth Century Ireland and almost an occupational hazard of rural life in Ireland. But the Great Famine of eclipsed all others. Ireland’s rural population had rapidly grown in the Nineteenth Century. This. In Children and the Great Hunger, edited by Christine Kinealy, Jason King and Gerard Moran, 12 scholars and two novelists explore this issue in connection to the Great Irish Famine of As Author: Christopher Cusack.
The Irish Potato Famine, or the ‘Great Hunger’, was the last great famine in Western Europe and one of the most catastrophic recorded in that region. It led to the death of up to a million people and the emigration of two million people from the island of. The History of the Great Irish Famine of ; With Notices of Earlier Irish Famines by John O'Rourke.
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