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Unformatted text preview: My name is Julianna OReilly, and my family is from small village in Ireland. My family and I are traveling to America to start a new life for ourselves. In our small brood we have me, a petite 24-year- old, with my husband, William and two young sprouting boys. We have been part of a sheep farm that we inherited from my parents when they passed on. I am the youngest of 7 children and I know a thing or two about hard working and the value of sharing. Every one of us youngin had to work on the farm and keep up with our chores. After my parents had passed on, the sheep farm was given to my small family since my other siblings had found business elsewhere. My oldest sister and her family, however, had moved to the Americas for a coal business that presented opportunity. After much time and thought, my dear husband and I decided to sell the sheep farm to the McCullens. So off we went, packed our bags, sold our belongings and left all we knew. My family and I boarded a passenger ship and prepared for the sold our belongings and left all we knew....
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This note was uploaded on 10/24/2010 for the course ETH/275 ETH/275 taught by Professor Mariawatts during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.
- Spring '10