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Secondary Sources

Cronin, Mike. A History of Ireland. China: Palgrave, 2001 From King William to the Act of Union This book was used for the Before the famine section of the website. This book helped understand the pre-famine era of Ireland as well as an overall knowledge of Ireland s history from past to present. Cronin, Mike. A History of Ireland. China: Palgrave, 2001 The Nineteenth Century Offered information about the famine era and its people. Used to better understand the people of the famine as well as other events during the famine either relating or not to it

Irish History And The Irish Escape Of 1876. PBS. September, 2012 <pbs.org> Offered a model timeline. Used for the basis of the timeline page as well as an event before the potato famine. Irish Potato Famine. The History Place. October, 2012. <historyplace.com> This website was used to further understand the aspects about every topic researched. This website also provided detailed accounts of all the subjects on the website. This website provided an array of accounts, secondary information as well as an overall basis for the website. Irish Potato Famine. Britannica. November, 2012. <britannica.com> This website offered a broad look of the history of this event. Used for the

introduction at the starting page. Also provided with secondary information before transferring toward primary sources

The Irish Famine: 1845-9 The Victorian Web, February, 2013 <thevictorianweb.org> Offered a detailed understanding of the English views of the famine. Also used for a detailed information about the corn laws and other English accounts contradictory to those of Irishmen

Neville, Peter. A Travellers History of Ireland. Canada:Webcom, 2007 The Rise of Catholic Nationalism and the Famine This book was used for overall knowledge about the famine era. Used for quotes and descriptions of the fight against Great Britain as well as other information before the famine. ONeill, Joseph R. The Irish Potato Famine. United States: ABDO Publishing Company, 2009 This book was a resource for all of the pages as a way to broadly understand the topics. This book offered valuable pictures used all throughout the website. Provided useful quotes and modern views of the famine. Gave a modeling basis for the website

Primary Sources
Food Riots In Ireland. Conduct Of The Liberator. Pictorial Times. October 10, 1846.

November, 2012 This publication offered a drawing used on the page about the issues during the famine. The drawing was of great value because it opened the perspective Master Picture List. November,2012.< adminstaff.vassar.edu> This website offered an illustration, from an era newspaper, of a family ejectment. Used on the first page. Neville, Peter. A Travellers History of Ireland. Canada: Webcom, 2007 The Rise of Catholic Nationalism and the Famine An excerpt from a poem written during the era against British control of Ireland. Placed on pre-famine era page.

ONeill, Joseph R. The Irish Potato Famine. United States: ABDO Publishing Company, 2009 A description of the coffin ships that was taken during the period. This account was placed on the Diaspora page. ONeill, Joseph R. The Irish Potato Famine. United States: ABDO Publishing Company, 2009 This book offered an illustration of a family working on a field in 1849. This image was used on issues during the famine page.

Peasant Cottage Interior. Pictorial Times, January 24,1846. November, 2012 This newspaper article offered an illustration of a man looking a the failed crop. this picture was used on the page about issues during the famine. The Galway Starvation Riots. The Illustrated London News. June 25, 1842. October, 2012 This publication offered the account of a food riot and a picture. The picture was used on the starting page. Views of the famine Steve Taylor, October,2012- February ,2013 <adminstaff.vassar.edu> Website used for most of the era newspaper drawings used throughout the website. Major source for contributing illustrations and primary sources that were used a number of times. Most of the drawings and illustrations of the website were used from this source.