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C1.2. A woman sowing potatoes in the Mantaro Valley of the Andes Mountains.
C1.4. “After the Eviction.” Homeless families had to find shelter in the countryside. Printed in the Illustrated London News, December 16, 1848.
C1.5. Sir Robert Peel, prime minister of the United Kingdom during the Irish potato famine.
C1.8. Potato plants with late blight (foreground) and plants treated with fungicide (background).
C1.10. Grosse Île and the Irish Memorial National Historic Site in Quebec, Canada. The 46-foot Celtic cross on the island’s highest point was installed by the Ancient Order of Hibernians in 1909 in memory of the Irish who died at the quarantine station.
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