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Remembering the Famine: Memorials in North America –

The large scale emigration of Ireland between 1845 and 1855, caused by the historic famine, left America with 340,000 Irishmen. Today more than 34 million Americans claim Irish ancestry, and the country has not forgotten their roots. From the beautifully depicted bronze statues in Boston all the way to a memorial in Portland, OR, the […]

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I really don’t need any fancy title for this article. Very few people can get away with a one word name, but this man can. His name is Bono and I think virtually everyone on the planet knows who he is. He was born in Dublin as Paul David Hewson on May 10th in 1960. […]

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