1847 – Án Gorta Mor Emigration.

A report by Canada’s Chief Superintendent of Emigration states the numbers of emigrants who had arrived this year were 56,855. In the same period of last year, 24,576 settlers reached the port, showing an increase this year of no less than 32,279.

Source: Cork Examiner, 18 August 1847

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Irish Holocaust – Not Famine. The Push to educate in facts.​

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