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Bridget of Erin: An Immigrant Finds New Life in America

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Bridget was born into extreme poverty on a hardscrabble farm. She was a small part of a generation that was doomed from the start. The O'Halloran family, trying to survive, was but a mirror image of thousands of her countrymen ravaged by the unforgiving famine which had spread across the Emerald isle. The whole nation groaned.....and no relief was in sight. Although she loved her beloved Ireland, she could no longer survive in such a harsh environment. Many had emigrated across the ocean-America was known to offer a better life. Her thoughts became divided-staying in her homeland or leaving her familiar surroundings for an unknown future in a new world. She would not be able to see the joy to come with Tom, nor could she ever know the tragedy that would follow. Millie and Don Mang have worked together previously, he as writer and she as editor, in the publication of their acclaimed Civil War novel, "ONE NATION UNDER GOD." They now combine their talents as co-authors for their second historical fiction, "BRIDGET OF ERIN," taking us back to a time of immigration at the turn of the 20th Century. They both attended the State University of New York at Buffalo, and she is a graduate of Bryant and Stratton College. Don, a veteran of the Korean conflict, has had his writings published in numerous periodicals and magazines, and he has won national recognition for his poetry. His many radio interviews include WXRL Radio in Buffalo, NY; WTAN in Tampa and Little Rock; and EWTN Sonrise Morning show in Cincinnati, Ohio, as well as WECK for the Made in America Stores. Originally from Kenmore, he and Millie now make their home in Amherst, New York.
  • | Author: Mildred Mang, Donald J Mang
  • | Publisher: Independently Published
  • | Publication Date: Feb 26, 2022
  • | Number of Pages: 535 pages
  • | Language: English
  • | Binding: Paperback
  • | ISBN-10: 1085816168
  • | ISBN-13: 9781085816168
Author:
Mildred Mang, Donald J Mang
Publisher:
Independently Published
Publication Date:
Feb 26, 2022
Number of pages:
535 pages
Language:
English
Binding:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1085816168
ISBN-13:
9781085816168