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August/September snippet subject is 'Irish Ghettos, where did the Irish settle in large numbers in your hometown?' Response Two: Connemara Patch

Thomas Witte, responding to ‘Irish Ghettos, where did the Irish settle in large numbers in your hometown?’ introduces us to some Connemara Irish who settled in an area of St Paul Minnesota which became known as Connemara Patch.
This was so good I felt it should be given the length of a journal article and with full picture content.  It appears in the October journal
01/09/2019