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Irish Potato Famine (1845-1849): Quiz

  

Question 1: What does the following picture show?

  A graph of the populations of Ireland and Europe indexed against 1750.
  John Mitchel
  Emigrants Leave Ireland, engraving by Henry Doyle (1827–1892), from Mary Frances Cusack's Illustrated History of Ireland, 1868

Question 2: What does the following picture show?

  Skibbereen 1847 by Cork artist James Mahony (1810–1879), commissioned by Illustrated London News, 1847
  Famine Memorial in Dublin

Question 3: What does the following picture show?

  William Smith O'Brien
  Skibbereen 1847 by Cork artist James Mahony (1810–1879), commissioned by Illustrated London News, 1847
  A graph of the populations of Ireland and Europe indexed against 1750.
  William Smith O'Brien

Question 4: What does the following picture show?

  Skibbereen 1847 by Cork artist James Mahony (1810–1879), commissioned by Illustrated London News, 1847
  John Mitchel
  William Smith O'Brien

Question 5: What does the following picture show?

  A graph of the populations of Ireland and Europe indexed against 1750.
  A graph of the populations of Ireland and Europe indexed against 1750.
  Emigrants Leave Ireland, engraving by Henry Doyle (1827–1892), from Mary Frances Cusack's Illustrated History of Ireland, 1868
  Ireland's Holocaust mural on the Ballymurphy Road, Belfast. "An Gorta Mór, Britain's genocide by starvation, Ireland's holocaust 1845–1849."

Question 6: What does the following picture show?

  William Smith O'Brien
  An 1849 depiction of Bridget O'Donnell and her two children during the famine.
  John Mitchel
  A graph of the populations of Ireland and Europe indexed against 1750.

Question 7: What does the following picture show?

  Famine Memorial in Dublin
  Skibbereen 1847 by Cork artist James Mahony (1810–1879), commissioned by Illustrated London News, 1847
  A memorial to the victims of the Doolough Tragedy (30 March 1849). In order to continue receiving relief, hundreds were instructed to travel many miles in bad weather. A large number died on the journey.

Question 8: What does the following picture show?

  Famine Memorial in Dublin
  An 1849 depiction of Bridget O'Donnell and her two children during the famine.
  A memorial to the victims of the Doolough Tragedy (30 March 1849). In order to continue receiving relief, hundreds were instructed to travel many miles in bad weather. A large number died on the journey.

Question 9: What does the following picture show?

  William Smith O'Brien
  A graph of the populations of Ireland and Europe indexed against 1750.
  Ireland's Holocaust mural on the Ballymurphy Road, Belfast. "An Gorta Mór, Britain's genocide by starvation, Ireland's holocaust 1845–1849."
  A memorial to the victims of the Doolough Tragedy (30 March 1849). In order to continue receiving relief, hundreds were instructed to travel many miles in bad weather. A large number died on the journey.
















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