Survival and Dispersal

@inproceedings{Neal1998SurvivalAD,
  title={Survival and Dispersal},
  author={F. Neal},
  year={1998}
}
For a large proportion of the Irish refugees, life in the ports of arrival was chaotic, bewildering and extremely harsh. The primary objective of many was to move on as soon as possible to those places inland where they hoped to find family, friends and work. By 1847, Liverpool was linked to its industrial hinterland by roads, canals and railways. Cardiff, Swansea and Newport were gateways to the developing industrial towns of South Wales, Merthyr Tydfil being a particular attraction for some… Expand
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