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ISBN:
0822502038
Author:
James E. Johnson
Language:
English
Publisher:
Lerner Pub Group (September 1, 1976)
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The Irish in America. Covers life in Ireland in the nineteenth century, life of the Irish in the United States before, during and after the Civil War, famous Americans of Irish ancestry, and the Irish in politics.

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Irish Americans (Irish: Gael-Mheiriceánaigh) are an ethnic group comprising Americans who have full or partial ancestry .

Irish Americans (Irish: Gael-Mheiriceánaigh) are an ethnic group comprising Americans who have full or partial ancestry from Ireland. Indentured servitude in North America emerged due to the high cost of passage across the Atlantic Ocean, and as a consequence, which colonies indentured servants immigrated to depended upon which colonies their patrons chose to immigrate to. While the Colony of Virginia passed laws prohibiting the free exercise of Catholicism during the colonial period, the General Assembly.

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Four dominant themes in Irish-American history emerge from this new study by Dolan (The American Catholic Experience: A History from Colonial Times to the Present), professor emeritus of history at the University of Notre Dame. These four are politics, religion, labor and nationalism. Beginning in 1729, when a decline in the linen trade and a poor harvest sparked a rush to America, Dolan traces the exodus to the beckoning colonies, swelling to 400,000 Irish in the .

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The refugees seeking haven in America were poor and disease-ridden. They threatened to take jobs away from Americans and strain welfare budgets. They practiced an alien religion and pledged allegiance to a foreign leader. Most of the refugees boarded minimally converted cargo ships-some had been used in the past to transport slaves from Africa-and the hungry, sick passengers, many of whom spent their last pennies for transit, were treated little better than freight on a 3,000-mile journey that lasted at least four weeks. Herded like livestock in dark, cramped quarters, the Irish passengers lacked sufficient food and clean water. They choked on fetid air.

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Covers life in Ireland in the nineteenth century, life of the Irish in the United States before, during and after the Civil War, famous Americans of Irish ancestry, and the Irish in politics.