The Potato Famine

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History

 

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Ian T

 

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November 22, 2014

 

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University

 

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A

 

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The Great Hunger of 1845 changed, or more often, destroyed the lives of millions of Irish, causing them to seek refuge from poverty and starvation in other, more prosperous countries. However, not all countries would accept these victims of the Potato Famine. After an immense burst of Irish immigration to Great Britain, the British Parliament began to halt Irish migrants from entering the country...
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Thus, the only other land promising prosperity, liberty and an abundance of food was the United States. The potato crop's failure caused millions to come to America hoping for a better life. Some never made it to America, others dispersed into Canada, and some died upon arriving in the new land. However, they all contribute to the rich story found herein...
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