Bridie's Fire

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'Bridie's Fire' by Kirsty Murray is the first book in the 'Children of the Wind' series of Australian historical fiction.

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Abandoned Cottage on the Famine Relief Road in Killary Harbour, Connemara, Connaught, Ireland Photographic Print by Gareth McCormack Highlands, Dublin, Le Connemara, Beautiful World, Beautiful Places, Beautiful Scenery, Beautiful Pictures, Wild Atlantic Way, Irish Cottage

Abandoned Beauty...

© 1998-2007 AllPosters.com. All rights reserved. Note - The watermark below ("AllPosters") will appear on the photos. ^_^ A boy pushes an abandoned and damaged car as another boy steers it in a park in St. Petersburg, Russia, Tuesday, May 4, 1999. Bicycle Abandoned in a Field,County Wexford,…

Blasket Islands, Dingle, Ireland Saw sheep being herded in this very spot! Great Places, Places To See, Beautiful Places, The Places Youll Go, Ireland Vacation, Ireland Travel, Senior Trip, Surf Trip, Adventure Is Out There

A Terrible Beauty: The Blasket Islands - Sincerely, Annie

Yesterday marked the 60th anniversary of the government-assisted evacuation of the Blasket Islands in southwest Ireland. To this day, they remain the most gorgeous place I’ve ever seen. So why were they evacuated? The 6 clustered islands are located off the coast of the Dingle Peninsula in County Kerry, one of the most picturesque, breath-taking …

An abandoned 'famine house', County Mayo, Ireland - Jim Zuckerman Abandoned Houses, Abandoned Places, County Mayo Ireland, Irish Famine, Ireland Pictures, Irish Cottage, Into The West, Emerald Isle, Places To See

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“Wear green on St. Patrick’s Day or get pinched.” That pretty much sums up the Irish-American “curriculum” that I learned when I was in school. Yes, I recall a nod to the so-called Potato Famine, but it was mentioned only in passing. The Irish Potato Famine, Irish Famine, Irish Potatoes, Irish Catholic, American Story, Western World, Irish People, Science, Celtic

Old Leaves Reveal Cause Of Great Famine

By Ann Gibbons More than 1 million people died of starvation and disease during the Irish Potato Famine (also known as the Great Famine), between...

Dead Man – Sleeping Giant This rock formation is located near the Blasket Island, off the coast of Ireland Beautiful World, Beautiful Places, Costa, Look Man, Guys Be Like, Small Island, World Best Photos, Places Around The World, Natural Wonders

18 Natural Formations that Look Man-Made - WebEcoist

Whether you enjoy outdoor adventures or surf the great beyond from your computer chair, it's easy for the human brain to see complexity and touches of man-made civilization in the impressive natural formations of our world. Our brains are wired to mistake culture when nature mimics man-made structures. From

size: Photographic Print: Blasket Sound to Blasket Islands and Slea Head, Dingle Peninsula, Munster, Republic of Ireland by Stuart Black : Dalai Lama, Dublin, Yosemite National Park, National Parks, Republic Of Ireland, Ways Of Seeing, Roadtrip, Photo Mugs, Photo Gifts

Blasket Sound to Blasket Islands and Slea Head, Dingle Peninsula, Munster, Republic of Ireland

Final Dimensions (width x height): 16" x 16" This photographic print is digitally printed on archival photographic paper resulting in vivid, pure color and exceptional detail that is suitable for museum or gallery display. Item #9381302

Edward Roper, Gold diggings, Ararat, ca. oil on canvas Eureka Stockade, Gold Rush, Australian Artists, Cool Paintings, Historical Photos, American History, Fields, Planning Board, Year 6

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Showcasing people, places and ideas inspired by the collection and the library community.

Earl Grey was Secretary for the Colonies during the time of the Great Irish Famine. The refugee scheme that brought thousands of young girls to Australia was named after him.

Earl Grey was Secretary for the Colonies during the time of the Great Irish Famine. The refugee scheme that brought thousands of young girls to Australia was named after him.

Map from Trevor McLaughlin's 'Barefoot & Pregnant' showing the origins of the Earl Grey Famine orphans.

Map from Trevor McLaughlin's 'Barefoot & Pregnant' showing the origins of the Earl Grey Famine orphans.