2 edition of North Leitrim in famine times, 1840-50 found in the catalog.
North Leitrim in famine times, 1840-50
ProinnsiМЃos OМЃ DuigneaМЃin
|Statement||by Proinnsíos Ó Duigneáin ; illustrations by Colm O"Rourke.|
|Series||North Leitrim history series ;, no. 1|
|LC Classifications||DA990.L55 O25 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||48 p. :|
|Number of Pages||48|
|LC Control Number||87141540|
No doubt, as a young boy he would have heard about the misery of the famine and been familiar with such songs as ‘Black ’47’, named after the most severe year of the famine. The deaths, the misery, rural depopulation, indifference of the British government and the near-extinction of the Irish culture and language, made the Great Famine. My Great Grandfather, John Dolan, married to Hannah Wey Dolan (or his parents) came to the U.S. via New York, In around and relocated in Ohio. He was born approx. and died in I tracked John going back and forth to Ireland every two years, the last time he and his wife did not make the return trip, but died of Cholera at sea.
That would be about 50 in this district. Cowan’s granny belonged to Drumboniff; she was born in the place where Barney Murnin now lives.’ McPolin gives the following cure for a stye, from Clonduff: pluck nine jags (spíon) of a gooseberry (spíonóg) and point each three times at the sufferer’s eye, saying ‘Speena, speena, huggarth. Ancient Ireland - Flanagan, Laurence, Ancient Ireland: Life Before the Celts, Gill and Macmillan, - Macalister, Robert, The Archaeology of Ireland.
Famine is an emotive, evocative word -nowhere more so than in Ireland, where it devastated the country a century and a half ago. Across the inter vening decades, it is difficult for us to grasp the reality of the Great Famine. The pictures we see with depressing frequency on our television screens. The moat from which the name is derived is still to be seen to the north-west of the site where an old monastery stood. Of this monastery itself not the slightest vestige remains. It may be remarked that a very curiously sculpted holy water vase was found on the site of this monastery and that this vase is now used for its old purpose at Piltown.
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History of North Leitrim in famine times, In this book Thomas Keneally returns to the land of his ancestors carrying a baggage of myths, shared by the children of the Irish all over the world, that he attempts to match with the ambiguous, late twentieth century.
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Pre-Famine Irish in Vermont,– On the eve of the immense migration of Irish spawned by the Great Famine of the late s there was already a signiﬁcant Irish presence in the Green Mountain Vincent Edward FeeneyIn the summer ofNathaniel Hawthorne, then an unknown writer, visited Burlington.
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