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This article is about the ships that carried Irish immigrants during the 19th century. For ships worth more to their owners sunk than afloat, see coffin ship (insurance)
During the Famine period, an estimated half-million Irish were evicted from their cottages. Unscrupulous landlords used two methods to remove their penniless tenants.
Known as Coffin ships, the immigration ships commissioned during the Irish potato famine to transport destitute and starving families to North America were unsanitary ...
Coffin ship is the name given to any ship that has been overinsured and is therefore worth more to its owners sunk than afloat. These were hazardous places to work in ...
One coffin ship, the Carricks, set sail from Ireland to Quebec City in 1847. But there would be no salvation for many aboard: The ship went down in a storm ...
Coffin Ships… If you research the history of Ireland you will read much about the Great Famine of 1845-1852. The potato blight resulted in the deaths of an ...
Between 1845 and 1855, nearly 2 million people emigrated from Ireland to America and Australia, and another 750,000 to Britain. The Poor Law Extension Act, which made ...
So many people were leaving Ireland that there weren’t enough ships to handle the crowds. Even though Dunbrody was designed to carry timber, cotton and guano, the ...
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