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Journal Entry of a Subordinate Group Member: Irish-American (Brandi l Hallam) April 11, 2010 University of Phoenix ETH/125 Tenisha Spencer
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In the year, 1845 the Great Potato Famine began in my home country of Ireland (Killen, 1995). It was one of the most awful and dreadful things I had ever witnessed. Hundreds of thousands of people were dying, many of which I knew very well. I was a 17-year old girl at the time, pregnant, and newly married. My husband and I knew that the only way we would live and be able to raise our baby would be to leave the country we loved so much – to leave the people we knew and the homes we lived in. My husband and I boarded a ship that was heading to Boston. They told us that we were going to the land of opportunity, and I have to admit, we were actually anxious to witness this new destination. We were lucky and made it over before the cost of tickets went up. I wasn’t sure exactly where it was, but I knew it was supposed to be huge. As soon as we arrived, my husband and I started
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