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The Resource The hidden famine : poverty, hunger, and sectarianism in Belfast, 1840-50, Christine Kinealy and Gerard MacAtasney

The hidden famine : poverty, hunger, and sectarianism in Belfast, 1840-50, Christine Kinealy and Gerard MacAtasney

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The hidden famine : poverty, hunger, and sectarianism in Belfast, 1840-50
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The hidden famine
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poverty, hunger, and sectarianism in Belfast, 1840-50
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Christine Kinealy and Gerard MacAtasney
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The hidden famine : poverty, hunger, and sectarianism in Belfast, 1840-50, Christine Kinealy and Gerard MacAtasney
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The hidden famine : poverty, hunger, and sectarianism in Belfast, 1840-50, Christine Kinealy and Gerard MacAtasney
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http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/j.ctt18fs5c3
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 233-234) and index
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Contents
pt. I. The 'Old' Poor Law, c.1640-1845. 1. An 'Un-National Town'. The Industrial Capital of Ireland. The Athens of the North? Housing and Diet. Strategies for Survival. A Poor Law for Ireland. The Hungry Forties? -- pt. II. A National Crisis, c.1845-47. 2. A 'Man-Made Famine'. An Unusual Blight. Local Responses. 'Absolute Danger Starvation'. 'A District Distinct from Belfast'. Suffering in Ballymacarrett. A Divided Society. 3. 'All the Horrors of Famine'. Belfast in Crisis. Protest and Riot. 'Gnawing and Deadly Hunger'. Desolation and Distress Unparalleled. 'The Glorious Principle of Self-Reliance'. Poverty on the Streets. 4. An Droch-Shaol. Disease and Death in Black '47. Institutional Responses to Disease. Fever Follows Famine. Great and Peculiar Urgency. Rising Mortality and Multiple Burials. 'Skibbereen Brought to our Doors'. 'An Increasing Scarcity of Money'. The Amended Poor Law. Judgment upon Our Land -- pt. III. A Divided Town. 5. Public and Private Responses. Government Relief. The Amended Poor Law. Private Philanthropy. Women and Philanthropy. 'Through Evangelization'. Charity and Conversion. The Bible and Protestant Dominion. 6. Conflict and Rebellion. Rising to the Challenge. The Role of the Belfast Workhouse. Emigration and Removal. 'Orange and Green Will Carry the Day'. The War of the Placards and the 1848 Uprising. The Rate-in-Aid Dispute. 7. 'The Crisis is Passed'. The Path to Recovery. The Cholera Epidemic. Orange against Green. A Royal Visit. 8. Aftermath. 'A Hell below a Hell'
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Master and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002.

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