Letters from Ireland During the Famine of 1847 (History) ebook
by K D M Snell,Alexander Somerville
However, as it was contained within a much longer three-volume work on free trade, titled The Whistler at the Plough, it remained unknown to most historians. Somerville's letters were addressed from some 23 towns making this book a valuable source for local as well as national history.
Somerville, Alexander, 1811-1885",. The History Collection. Letters from Ireland during the Famine of 1847.
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March 10, 2011 History by Alexander Somerville.
March 10, 2011 History. Alexander Somerville. Are you sure you want to remove Letters from Ireland during the Famine of 1847 from your list? Letters from Ireland during the Famine of 1847. by Alexander Somerville. Published 1994 by Irish Academic Press in Dublin, Ireland. Sources, History, Irish History, Correspondence, Famines. Alexander Somerville (1811-1885).
Dublin: Irish Academic Press, 1994. Timothy W. Guinnane (a1). Department of Economics, Yale University. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 11 November 2008.
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Source: Somerville, A. Dublin: Irish Academic Press, 1995. About the Author: Alexander Somerville (1811–1885), was a British journalist who traveled throughout Ireland in the 1840s writing newspaper reports on the famine there for the Manchester Examiner. This article by English journalist Alexander Somerville attacks the Irish gentry-and especially those landlord members of the Repeal Association-for their part in the Irish famine of the 1840s
Mokyr, . Why Ireland Starved: A Quantitative and Analytic History of the . Snell, K. 1994, Letters from Ireland During the Famine of 1847. Alexander Somerville (Irish Academic Press, Dublin).
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