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Irish Potato Starvation - a brief history with one cited source.
Between 1845 and 1852, about 1 million people in Ireland starved to death, and 1.6 million Irish emigrated to the United States. This time in Irish history is referred to as "The Great Starvation". (Known too many as "The Great Potato Famine".)
Many farmers in Ireland were at a "poor" status before the Great Starvation. Much of the land in Ireland was broken up into two parts. One for cash crops which usually utilized the best soils, and one for subsistence crops on the poorer land. However, as marginal land was improved, subsistence croplands were often converted to cash tillage in or…
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