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Cry Of The Famishing: Ireland, Connecticut And The Potato Famine, Neil Hogan, Connecticut Irish-American Historical Society Jan 1998

Cry Of The Famishing: Ireland, Connecticut And The Potato Famine, Neil Hogan, Connecticut Irish-American Historical Society

Connecticut Irish-American Historical Society Monographs (CIAHS)

Cry of the Famishing focuses on the relationship between the Famine in Ireland and the state of Connecticut. Includes why and where Irish emigrants settled in Connecticut, the jobs they held, conflicts that arose between the Yankees and the Irish newcomers, and individual stories of some of the Famine Irish in Connecticut. Illustrated with Famine drawings from newspapers and periodicals of the 1840s and 1850s.


Green Sprigs From The Emerald Isle: Paddy And Bridget Stories In 19th Century Connecticut Newspapers, Neil Hogan, Connecticut Irish-American Historical Society Jan 1994

Green Sprigs From The Emerald Isle: Paddy And Bridget Stories In 19th Century Connecticut Newspapers, Neil Hogan, Connecticut Irish-American Historical Society

Connecticut Irish-American Historical Society Monographs (CIAHS)

Green Sprigs From The Emerald Isle collects Irish folklore and tall tales from Connecticut newspapers from the 19th century. These humorous tales are a window into the lives of the early Irish immigrants, showing both the stereotypes assigned to the Irish of the day and the recognition that these Irish in America were witty, intelligent, and industrious people. Collected and edited by Neil Hogan.


Wearin' O' The Green: St. Patrick's Day In New Haven, Connecticut 1842-1992, Neil Hogan, Connecticut Irish-American Historical Society Jan 1992

Wearin' O' The Green: St. Patrick's Day In New Haven, Connecticut 1842-1992, Neil Hogan, Connecticut Irish-American Historical Society

Connecticut Irish-American Historical Society Monographs (CIAHS)

The story of St. Patrick's Day as celebrated in New Haven. The book conveys the pride, joy, patriotism, conviviality, devotion and even homesickness for Ireland that have inspired New Haven's Irish Americans to make this day an important community folk festival.