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MacRaild Abstract This is a study of Catholic and Protestant Irish in a neglected centre of historic Irish settlement where communal violence and Irish-related antipathy bore the hallmarks of the Liverpool and Glasgow experiences. Authors Affiliations are at time of print publication. Donald M. MacRaild, author More Less. Print Save Cite Email Share.
Culture, Conflict and Migration: The Irish in Victorian Cumbria
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Library Card. View: no detail some detail full detail. Chapter 1 Culture, conflict and migration: themes and perspectives.
Chapter 2 Patterns of arrival and settlement. Chapter 3 Work.
Culture Conflict And Migration The Irish In Victorian Cumbria
Chapter 4 Catholicism and nationalism. Chapter 5 The emergence and identity of Orangeism. Chapter 6 Sectarian violence and communal division. Skip to main content.
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CrossRef Google Scholar. The Great Famine was caused by a potato blight, which first hit Ireland late in and returned over consecutive potato harvests. Due to a combination of heavy dependence on the potato crop among agricultural labourers, limited industrial development and a heavily indebted and sometimes absent landlord class, the impact on the economy was devastating.
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