Don't Let it Be Forgot · Jan 11, 2019

Take root and flourish

The winter of 1846 had been cold and wet on the west coast of Ireland. All over the land there was an increasing sense of dread and foreboding as the great hunger dragged on. The actions of landlords would often be the deciding factor on who lived and who died in those bleak times. In County Mayo those who had any energy left were put onto public wok programmes which made already weakened people complete hard physical work for a pittance in pay...

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