Ireland Before and After the Famine: Explorations in Economic History, 1800-1925
This edition of Cormac O'Grada's study expands upon his central arguments about the agricultural and demographic developments surrounding the Great Irish Famine. It provides new statistical information, new appendices and integrated responses to the new research and writing on the subject that has appeared since the publication of the first edition in 1987.
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acreage acres agricultural output Aran average Bank Belfast blight Bourke breed Britain British cattle Cavan census cent Clare conacre Connacht Cork cost County County Clare crisis crop cultivation deaths decades decline dowry Dublin Society Economic History emigration estimates evidence excess mortality exports Famine Farm to wife fertility Galway Grada grain grass growth historians i i i imply improved income increase industry Irish agriculture Irish Famine Irish farmers Irish Poor Irish Poor Law Joel Mokyr John Kerry Kilkenny land landlords late Leinster less livestock living standards London Malthus Marie Stopes marriage married Mayo million Mokyr Munster nineteenth century numbers parish Patrick period plough Poor Inquiry Poor Law population post-famine potato potato blight poverty pre-Famine pre-Famine Ireland relief rent reported rise rural Scottish starvation Statistical Statistical Survey Stopes suggests surveys T. C. Murray Table tenant tillage Ulster wages wheat William yields