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Informative tour of 50 wall plaques and a 15 minute film - Picture of Irish Famine Exhibition, Dublin

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Informative tour of 50 wall plaques and a 15 minute film
A MUST See In Dublin!
Born in Oxford to an Anglo-Irish father, Maria spent most of her life in Ireland and she was deeply loved in the locality of Edgeworthstown in Co.Longford.

The second eldest of twenty-two children, her charitable efforts during the tragic famine years earned her much praise and affection.
Two Catholic bishops who played a major role in relief assistance were Archbishop Murray of Dublin and Archbishop MacHale of Tuam (photo).
Michael Connell, Moyasta, Co. Clare after eviction. State policy required landlords to bear a significant share of the ‘poor rates’ and to provide local employment. Perhaps a third of landlords endeavoured to meet their obligations, less than one-third were too indebted to do so, and more than one-third ruthlessly exploited the famine to get rid of their poor tenantry.
A kerry Peasant in 19th Century Ireland
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XGOTravels wrote a review Jul 2017
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I had no idea what the true situation was regarding the potato famine, and this exhibition was an eye-opener, well worth a visit. My ancestor left Ireland during this time, so it was of particular interest for me and my family.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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