The Irish in Victorian London (or any other major British city)

Irish left Ireland for London in the 19th C. in their thousands.  The story of rural Irish into the horror that the East End of London represented is in many family histories.  But most of them survived and many of us have benefited from their endeavours.


Journal articles
April 2004 The Irish migration to Britain in the nineteenth century

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