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Irish Potato Famine
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A ship carrying 219 orphans was sent to Australia because they could not afford to feed and take care of them during this time. Only two of the 219 orphans died; this was considered a success, especially because there was only one orphan girl who didn't manage to get a job. 1849 A warning came from The Central Board of Health warning everyone that a cholera epidemic was coming. February January £50,000 was made available to the Irish government. Parliament said that this was the final
grant they were getting. The Times were
complaining that the money given was
"Breaking the Back" of England. 1847 1850 Now, many of the immigrants had fever when they arrived to their destination, a lot of the immigrants traveled to Australia, Canada and America. Many people were now starving and the government was receiving more than 100 reports per day of starvation deaths. Deaths in workhouses had reached 2700 a week. August Some healthy crops were grown without any outbreaks of blight and things were starting to look better for the Irish. 1851 The population sunk from 8.17 million people to 6.55 million people as a result of starvation deaths and immigrations. The Irish potato blight was officially over and the crops were almost totally healthy again. An estimated amount of one million died, and an estimated amount of one million migrated from Ireland. 1845, 118 workhouses would be open, and providing relief.. "Irish Famine Timeline." Irish Historian. N.p., n.d. Web. 18 Jan. 2013. <http://www.irishhistorian.com/IrishFamineT 1854, between 1.5, and 2&. "Great Famine (Ireland) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia." Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. N.p., n.d. Web. 18 Jan. 2013. <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Great_Famine_(Ireland)>.
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"World of Stock - Stock Photos and Fine Art Prints." World of Stock - Stock Photos and Fine Art Prints. N.p., n.d. Web. 18 Jan. 2013. <http://www.worldofstock.com>. Sources Made by Hanna and Johanne We hope you enjoyed our prezi! Quiz Now that you have seen our prezi, we want to test what you have learned! When did potato blight officially start in Ireland? a. 1740 b. 1859 c. 1845 Wrong! Wrong! Right! How many people died in workhouses every week? a. 100 b. 2700 c. 3400 How many orphans were sent to Australia with the ship? a. 613 b. 219 c. 213 a. 1.62 million b. 2.57 million c. 3.54 million How much did the population of Ireland sink during the Irish potato famine? 1846 Reports stated that Antrim, Clare, Kilkenny, Louth, Monaghan and Waterford were the worst affected areas. Now there was 47,403 inmates in workhouses. They were still not half full and people were beginning to feel the effect of not having potatoes. March