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January 14, 2003
Ireland's replica famine ship "Jeanie Johnston" sets sail out of Dublin
bay to retrace its heroic namesake's...
Dublin, Ireland - Republic of (Eire)
IRISH REPLICA FAMINE SHIP "JEANIE JOHNSTON" SETS SAIL FROM DUBLIN BAY.
Ireland's replica famine ship "Jeanie Johnston" sets sail out of Dublin
bay to retrace its heroic namesake's route across the Atlantic January
14, 2003. The original "Jeanie Johnston", a three masted Barque built
in Quebec, helped thousands of Irish emigrants flee to North America
during the Irish potato famine in the mid 1800's. The vessel is
expected to reach North America by mid-April where it will carry out a
six-month tour of ports along the the eastern U.S. and Canadian
coastline. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Paul Mcerlane

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IRISH
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January 14, 2003
Ireland's "Jeanie Johnston", a replica famine ship sets sail out of
Dublin bay to retrace its heroic...
Dublin, Ireland
IRISH REPLICA FAMINE SHIP JEANIE JOHNSTON SETS SAIL FROM DUBLIN BAY.
Ireland's "Jeanie Johnston", a replica famine ship sets sail out of
Dublin bay to retrace its heroic namesake's route across the Atlantic,
Ireland, January 14, 2003. The original "Jeanie Johnston", a three
masted Barque built in Quebec, helped thousands of Irish emigrants flee
to North America during the Irish potato famine in the mid 1800's. The
vessel is expected to reach North America by mid-April where it will
carry out a six-month tour of ports along the the eastern U.S. and
Canadian coastline. REUTERS/Paul Mcerlane

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IRISH
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January 14, 2003
Ireland's "Jeanie Johnston", a replica famine ship sets sail out of
Dublin bay to retrace its heroic...
Dublin, Ireland
IRISH REPLICA FAMINE SHIP "JEANIE JOHNSTON" SETS SAIL FROM DUBLIN BAY.
Ireland's "Jeanie Johnston", a replica famine ship sets sail out of
Dublin bay to retrace its heroic namesake's route across the Atlantic,
Ireland, January 14, 2003. The original "Jeanie Johnston", a three
masted Barque built in Quebec, helped thousands of Irish emigrants flee
to North America during the Irish potato famine in the mid 1800's. The
vessel is expected to reach North America by mid-April where it will
carry out a six-month tour of ports along the the eastern U.S. and
Canadian coastline. REUTERS/Paul Mcerlane

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BRITAIN IRISH
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June 20, 2001
Irish Taoiseach Bertie Ahern (L) and Northern Ireland Secretary John Reid arrive at Carfin Grotto to...
Carfin, UK
IRISH TAOISEACH BERTIE AHERN VISITS CARFIN GROTTO.
Irish Taoiseach Bertie Ahern (L) and Northern Ireland Secretary John Reid arrive at Carfin Grotto to dedicate a memorial to the victims of the potato famine, June 20, 2001. Mr Ahern played down the row over his earlier planned visit which was cancelled over fears of sectarian violence.

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BRITAIN
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June 20, 2001
Irish Taoiseach (Prime Minister) Bertie Ahern arrives at Carfin Grotto to dedicate a memorial to the...
Carfin, UK
IRISH TAOISEACH BERTIE AHERN DEDICATES MEMORIAL TO POTATO FAMINE VICTIMS.
Irish Taoiseach (Prime Minister) Bertie Ahern arrives at Carfin Grotto to dedicate a memorial to the victims of the potato famine June 20, 2001. Ahern played down the row over his earlier planned visit which was cancelled over fears of sectarian violence.

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IRISH GLASGOW
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February 08, 2001
The shadow of an unidentified man walks past the memorial for the victims of the 19th Century Irish potato...
Glasgow, UK
A MAN STANDS NEAR A MEMORIAL IN GLASGOW FOR THE VICTIMS OF THE IRISH POTATO FAMINE.
The shadow of an unidentified man walks past the memorial for the victims of the 19th Century Irish potato famine at Carfin Grotto near Glasgow February 8, 2001. Irish Premier Bertie Ahern was due to unveil the memorial but has cancelled his trip to Glasgow on February 11, amid fears his visit to a Catholic shrine could spark sectarian violence between fans of arch-rival soccer teams Rangers and Celtic.

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IRISH GLASGOW
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February 08, 2001
An unidentified woman looks at a memorial for the victims of the 19th Century Irish potato famine, at...
Glasgow, UK
A WOMAN STANDS NEAR A MEMORIAL IN GLASGOW FOR THE VICTIMS OF THE IRISH POTATO FAMINE.
An unidentified woman looks at a memorial for the victims of the 19th Century Irish potato famine, at Carfin Grotto near Glasgow February 8, 2001. Irish Premier Bertie Ahern was due to unveil the memorial but has cancelled his trip to Glasgow on February 11, amid fears his visit to a Catholic shrine could spark sectarian violence between fans of arch-rival soccer teams Rangers and Celtic.

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