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The Irish in 1844 Philadelphia are driven from their workplaces, and their churches set afire. A rioting mob attacks them door to door, striking them down, and torching their tiny houses-until a surprise rescue.
The Irish in 1844 Philadelphia are driven from their workplaces, and their churches set afire. ISBN13: 9781591134244.
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No irish need apply (nina). Anti-Irish sentiment to a spectrum of hostile attitudes toward Irish people. This dislike or hatred of Irish people and their diaspora may be based on several things. Irish were discriminated against socially & politically for refusing to surrender their Catholic religion. After 1860 many Irish sang songs about signs reading "HELP WANTED - NO IRISH NEED APPLY". These signs had a deep impact on the Irish sense of discrimination.
A variation was Irish need not apply, or "INNA") I should be interested to hear a speech and read a book or two on the subject.
A variation was Irish need not apply, or "INNA"). The 1862 song "No Irish Need Apply" was inspired by NINA signs in London.
No Irish Need Apply" - Peter Cavanaugh. No Irish Need Apply! I trust such sentiments referencing ANY national origin will forever remain properly abandoned on the trash heap of history, never to be resurrected by thuggish throwbacks to meaner streets and uglier days. Or that time-honored collective bargaining ever be cavalierly condemned by precocious newbie Governors looking for press. Chapter Two - Rock ‘n Roll. 1992 was the 100th Anniversary of my Great-Grandfather’s death. He had left Ireland during The Famine Years in 1848 and had crossed the North Atlantic to the green fields of America.
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