How did Irish men and women adjust to life in th US in the 1800s?
how did irish men and women adjust to life in the u.s
Average life expectancy in 1800's was 45-50
Church and social work
They couldn't play any sports
During the 1800s, many Irish turned to other nations for food and a new life.
They went in search of a better life, particularly during the famine years in the 1840s, when hunger left many people dying.
Seeking for a better life, wealthy and land. These things were not easy to get in 1800s ireland. Also fleeing from the famines that spread in that island.
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The development of the middle class coincided with more women being able to stay at home. -Studyisland
Life was tough for Irishmen in the 1800s. They couldn't get work and if they did it was at the lowest point on the work scale. They were beaten and cheated, living in terrible conditions. They persevered and like the Italians and Germans after them gradually rose to become leaders of our country.
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irish life is like normal life.
often unsafe; health risks; a new sense of freedom (APEX!! ;D )
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Because of extreme poverty and the potato blight which about whiped out their food supply. Much like the rest of people coming here they were simply looking for work and a better life.
The Irish word for 'life' is beatha.
because it is scientifically proven that men are smarter and think logically, while women think emotionally and make good furies, liers and cheaters that are speciaoised in the art on how to ruin a mans life...
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The pioneers started to move from the east and midwest to the west in the mid 1800s looking for gold and better life.
Life was quite tough for a digger in the 1800s they were away from their families for long periods of time their wasn't much food
It is a tradition of the Irish and is like a handshke in irish irish dancing is and was a way of life for irish people
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It was great
The life span of an Irish Terrier is 12 - 15 years.
probably like life back in the 1700s or 1800s.
life expecetity in canada in the year 1800
Slowly. The industrial cities needed more women workers, so more women were earning their own living. The Married Womens Property Act (1882) decreed that a married woman's property was her own, and did not automatically belong to her husband. This ended the habit of fortune-hunting on the part of cynical men.
life was not goood, kidz coodnt do anyfing
it was grat fun time to have the party
The life span of Irish Water Spaniels are 10 - 12 years.
Ordinary people were serfs during this time, with a long military service requirement.
The average life expectancy for an Irish man is 76.5 years. The average life expectancy for an Irish woman is 81.3 years.
what life like in the 1800's in the north
Same as most European women, with some slight variation in combination... depending on the age group and the occasion. Jeans, skirts, tights, cropped jackets, trench coats, etc. These are all a few examples.
"Éireannach le mo shaol".
You don't It makes no sense in the Irish language
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In order for life to survive, bodies or cells must adjust to environmental conditions. This is called _____.
About 75 years for men and 80 years for women. Many live a lot longer than that. Ireland has many people who live into their nineties and even reach 100.
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About 37 years old.
About 35-45 years.
all in good times
sharecroppers in 1800's
it was a hard life because the slavery
Bain ceol as an tsaol (Reap music from life) Or Bain sult as an tsaol (Reap pleasure from life) the Irish verb for "live" simply means "exist/survive,". saying "live life" in Irish doesn;t really work that well. mair an saol
In Irish it's "Do chroí, d'anam, do shaol"