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How the Irish Potato Famine Affected American Culture

Summary: About the Irish Potato Famine's affects on America.
Prosperity; the word can either be acquired or earned in a real life situation. Through hard work, perseverance, and determination, many people are able to acquire whatever they want. What happens when the hard work is not rewarded? The hard work did not pay off during the Great Irish Potato famine of 1845. Shown in this paper are the effects the events leading up to, during, and the immigration and culture changes after the Irish Potato Famine affected the Irish and American cultures.

Many events in the years prior to 1845 lead up to the Irish Potato famine. It all began with the invasion by the English at the end of the twelfth century.

King Henry II led the military and conquered the southeastern and eastern coasts of Ireland. This took the country by storm and began to weaken the Irish government at the time. The English believed that the...

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