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Impact of the famine on Irish society

By how much did the Irish population fall between 1845 and 1850? 2 million
how many of these people died? 1 million
what happened when subdivision was banned? all land was given to the eldest son and any other children had to move to cities for work
why did the size of families decrease people married later
which parts of Ireland suffered most during the famine the west and south west
why did the Irish language decline people needed to be able to speak English to emigrate
who did the Irish people blame for the famine the British government
name an anti British organisation that thrived as a result of the blame being placed on the British the IRB
why did many landlords sell their land they went bankrupt
how did the new buyers improve standard of living for farmers they increased farm sizes
Created by: emmafoy