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Irish migration to Britain has a long and chequered history, yet only in recent years have historians examined this subject in depth. Three broad issues have dominated this debate thus far. First, why did Irish people leave their homeland and settle in particular districts in Britain and what were the consequences of this process? Second, how were these migrants variously perceived by British society and how far did attitudes towards them change during this period? Third, how far did Irish emigrants integrate into British society or preserve a distinctive identity? This pamphlet presents a short summary of the historical debate on these and related issues. Part of the 'Helps for Students of History' series from the Historical Association.
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Book Description The Historical Association. 1990. 0852783264, 1990. Card covers. Stapled booklet. 40pp. Covers rubbed. Previous owners pencil signature to reverse of front cover o/w VG. Seller Inventory # 19324
Book Description The Historical Association, 1990. Paperback. Condition: Very Good. - stapled booklet - minor shelfwear - ow Clean bright tight book 40 pages. 8vo. Seller Inventory # 623421