From Library Journal
Copyright 1997 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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Anyone interested in their family history, the treatment of the Irish by the English Crown and the resultant holacaust called the Great Famine, should study this book.
This book is well written and is an outstanding account of sea travel during the period.
This book is compelling and gives you a glimpse of what it was like for those who left Ireland during the famine and came to the United States. Read morePublished 24 days ago by nancy hoesel
This book gives the reader a real look at what it was like to flee Ireland during the famine years. A wonderful surprise about a terrible historic catastrophe. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Richard Keith
This book has given me a feel for the sacrifices that Irish emigrants made to cross the Atlantic to North America. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Paul Ervin Schweizer
Excellent overview and detailed account of the infamous coffin ships - the people, their trails and tribulationsPublished 5 months ago by Micheal O Doibhilin
Such a great read for anyone desiring more insight into what it was like crossing the Atlantic during the mid 19th Century. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Dorothy
I spent a month and a half in Ireland, and saw one of the ships, and read about it's history through this period.Published 6 months ago by Tom Nickell
Well presented history of the realities of Irish immigration in th 1840s. Emigrants' motives, methods, and experiences of taking on the adventure of a new life, both positive and... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Bennywon
Another reason why it is difficult to respect the British...the starvation of the Irish...and The UK has still not apologized nor accepted responsibilityPublished 12 months ago by t mooney