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St. Patrick Banishing Ireland's Snakes
Natural historians will tell you Ireland never has had any native snakes. So what is the basis of the folk tale of St. Patrick banishing the snakes from Ireland?

Are you a Tatie Hoaker?
Which queries whether you are a potato picker. Gets down to the roots of the Irish potato, the soul food of millions.

The Famine in Ireland
The Great Famine that began in 1847 with the failure of the potato crop changed the course of history not just for Ireland, but for the world.

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