Ireland 1847

Aseanth Nicholson. “The government sent a supply (seeds) around the coast, the delighted people looked up with hope, then, to their sad disappointment, this expected gift was offered at a price considerably higher than the market one, and we saw the ships sailing away, without leaving its contents; for not one was able to purchase a pound. And we have since been told, that the ‘lazy dogs’ were offered seed, but refused, not willing to take the trouble to sow it.” The Truth Behind The Irish Famine’ 72 paintings and 472 eyewitness quotes.

The Truth Behind The Irish Famine by Jerry Mulvihill

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