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Jun 13, 2024

[Answer] 2. A large number of Irish people immigrated to the United States during the 1840s due to the "Great Famine" which affected over one third of the population who grew this crop. Which vegetable was this?

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...1. Potato 2. Squash 3. Carrot 4. Cauliflower During the years 1845-1852, there was mass starvation and immigration from Ireland as many of them were dependent on potatoes. The population of Ireland fell by nearly 25% after the "Great Potato Famine". Some of the 25% immigrated to the U.S. through Ellis Island in New York, a popular immigration port at the time.




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Potato:


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