Black Potatoes: The Story of the Great Irish Famine, 1845-1850 Movies & Media Adaptations

Susan Campbell Bartoletti
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Other nonfiction works about the potato famine include Tony Allan's The Irish Famine: The Birth of Irish America (2001) and Feed the Children First: Memories of the Great Hunger (2002) edited by Mary E. Lyons. Many novels have been written about the potato famine, including Carole Bolton's The Search of Mary Katherine Mulloy (1974); Leonard Everett Fisher's Across the Sea from Galway (1975); Eve Bunting's The Haunting of Kildoran Abbey (1978); Karen Branson's The Potato Eaters (1979); Patricia Reilly Giff's Nory Ryan's Song (2000); Mary E. Lyons's Knockabeg: A Famine Tale (2001); Marita Conlon-McKenna's Under the Hawthorn Tree: Children of the Famine (2001); Mical Schneider's Annie Quinn in America (2001); Laura Wilson's How I Survived the Irish Famine: The Journal of Mary O'Flynn (2001); and Clare Pastore's Fiona McGilray's Story: A Voyage from Ireland in 1849 (2001) in the Journey to America series.

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