It should be reasonably plain by this stage that the cookbook, besides containing
mouth-watering recipes, is also—unintentionally—one of the devices that is
fueling the coming famine. There are many others, of course, but the cookbook ...
Author: Julian Cribb
Publisher: Univ of California Press
Lays out a picture of impending planetary crisis - a global food shortage that threatens to hit by mid-century - that would dwarf any in our previous experience. This book describes a dangerous confluence of shortages - of water, land, energy, technology, and knowledge - combined with the increased demand created by population and economic growth
" Flight from Famine is the moving account of a Victorian-era tragedy that has echoes in our own time but seems hardly credible in the light of Ireland’s modern prosperity.
Author: Donald MacKay
Winner of the 1991 QSPELL Prize for Non-fiction One of Canada’s founding peoples, the Irish arrived in the Newfoundland fishing stations as early as the seventeenth century. By the eighteenth century they were establishing farms and settlements from Nova Scotia to the Great Lakes. Then, in the 1840s, came the failures of Ireland’s potato crop, which people in the west of Ireland had depended on for survival. "And that," wrote a Sligo countryman, "was the beginning of the great trouble and famine that destroyed Ireland." Flight from Famine is the moving account of a Victorian-era tragedy that has echoes in our own time but seems hardly credible in the light of Ireland’s modern prosperity. The famine survivors who helped build Canada in the years that followed Black ’47 provide a testament to courage, resilience, and perseverance. By the time of Confederation, the Irish population of Canada was second only to the French, and four million Canadians can claim proud Irish descent.
Or we may be impoverished of food and lodging—literally— and be caught in the
worst famine of our lives. Do not be preoccupied with growing your money with
financial products either. Imagine that you have yourself covered with all kinds of
Author: Anthony Ho
Publisher: Charisma Media
“By faith Noah, being divinely warned of things not yet seen, moved with godly fear, [and] prepared an ark.” —Hebrews 11:7 Are we living again in the days of Noah—when another flood will suddenly burst upon the world with terrifying devastation? Anthony Ho believes so. This time, however, the flood will be economic. God is soon going to judge the global economies, writes Pastor Ho, and the results will be, as in Noah’s day, swift and catastrophic.
... and famine,” the dire consequences of a Jackson victory: Little know ye who's
comin' If John Quincy not be comin' Fire's comin', swords are comin' Pistols, guns
and knives are comin' Famine's comin', famine's comin' Slavery's coming, ...
Author: Mark R. Cheathem
Publisher: JHU Press
After the "corrupt bargain" that awarded John Quincy Adams the presidency in 1825, American politics underwent a fundamental shift from deference to participation. This changing tide eventually propelled Andrew Jackson into the White Houseâ€”twice. But the presidential race that best demonstrated the extent of the changes was that of Martin Van Buren and war hero William Henry Harrison in 1840. Harrison’s campaign was famously marked by sloganeering and spirited rallies. In The Coming of Democracy, Mark R. Cheathem examines the evolution of presidential campaigning from 1824 to 1840. Addressing the roots of early republic cultural politicsâ€”from campaign biographies to songs, political cartoons, and public correspondence between candidates and votersâ€”Cheathem asks the reader to consider why such informal political expressions increased so dramatically during the Jacksonian period. What sounded and looked like mere entertainment, he argues, held important political meaning. The extraordinary voter participation rateâ€”over 80 percentâ€”in the 1840 presidential election indicated that both substantive issues and cultural politics drew Americans into the presidential selection process. Drawing on period newspapers, diaries, memoirs, and public and private correspondence, The Coming of Democracy is the first book-length treatment to reveal how presidents and presidential candidates used both old and new forms of cultural politics to woo voters and win elections in the Jacksonian era. This book will appeal to anyone interested in US politics, the Jacksonian/antebellum era, or the presidency.
Geary, L. M. What People Died cfduring the Famine. In Famine ... Gray, P. Famine
, Land and Politics: British Government and Irish Society, 1843—1850. Dublin: ...
MacKay, D. Flight from Famine: The Coming off the Irish to Canada. Toronto: ...
Author: Tim Pat Coogan
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
During a Biblical seven years in the middle of the nineteenth century, Ireland experienced the worst disaster a nation could suffer. Fully a quarter of its citizens either perished from starvation or emigrated, with so many dying en route that it was said, "you can walk dry shod to America on their bodies." In this grand, sweeping narrative, Ireland''s best-known historian, Tim Pat Coogan, gives a fresh and comprehensive account of one of the darkest chapters in world history, arguing that Britain was in large part responsible for the extent of the national tragedy, and in fact engineered the food shortage in one of the earliest cases of ethnic cleansing. So strong was anti-Irish sentiment in the mainland that the English parliament referred to the famine as "God's lesson." Drawing on recently uncovered sources, and with the sharp eye of a seasoned historian, Coogan delivers fresh insights into the famine's causes, recounts its unspeakable events, and delves into the legacy of the "famine mentality" that followed immigrants across the Atlantic to the shores of the United States and had lasting effects on the population left behind. This is a broad, magisterial history of a tragedy that shook the nineteenth century and still impacts the worldwide Irish diaspora of nearly 80 million people today.
Ghosts of the terrible Irish famine a century and a half ago, which killed a million
people. And also of Bob Malthus. His natural law—that the poor will grow their
numbers until cut down by disease or hunger—was said at the time to have
Author: Fred Pearce
Publisher: Beacon Press
Chronicles nearly two hundred years of demographic issues, beginning with efforts to contain the demographic explosion, from the early environmental movement's racism to coercive family-planning policies in China and India.
quantity , in store , together with the produce of the coming rice crop , will , it is
estímated , be sufficient for the requirements of this district if not exported to other
districts . The following is the total weight of grain exported from Bhaugulpore ...
THE COMING STORM Lush green landscapes and rolling meadows fill the Irish
countryside. The country is well known for its natural beauty. But when French
traveler Gustave de Beaumont arrived in 1838, he noticed something else.
Author: Jill Sherman
Publisher: Lerner Publications ™
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
In the mid-1840s, potato blight ruined the crops of impoverished farmers across Ireland. Many families went hungry without their main source of food. Disease struck down people weakened by starvation as the government struggled to address the problem. Would the country ever recover? To understand the impact of a disaster, you must understand its causes. How did the system of landlords and tenants contribute to the disaster? How did British views of the Irish keep leaders from providing suitable aid? Investigate the disaster from a cause-and-effect perspective and find out!
... now coming throughout the land of Egypt; 30but seven years of famine will rise
up after them, when all the abundance will be forgotten in the land of Egypt.
When the famine has exhausted the land, 31no trace of the abundance will be
Author: Joan E. Cook
Publisher: Liturgical Press
Given the growing interest in family genealogies, in this commentary Joan Cook leads us to appreciate and delight in our ancient and awesome spiritual heritage as well. We should not be surprised, however, to discover that our earliest spiritual kith and kin were guilty of deceit, marital infidelity, jealousy, and murder. But readers will learn that the God who created the heavens and the earth is also a forgiving and protective Godthe God of ancient time, of our time, of all time.
Famine would strike, particularly in the West Nile region of northern Uganda. An
estimated 300,000 had already fled that area as refugees from Amin's brutality.
They had taken up unwelcome residence in eastern Zaire, Uganda's Rakai
Author: Laurie Garrett
Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux
Category: Social Science
A New York Times bestseller The definitive account of the infectious diseases threatening humanity by Pulitzer Prize–winning investigative journalist Laurie Garrett "Prodigiously researched . . . A frightening vision of the future and a deeply unsettling one." —Michiko Kakutani, The New York Times After decades spent assuming that the conquest of infectious disease was imminent, people on all continents now find themselves besieged by AIDS, drug-resistant tuberculosis, cholera that defies chlorine water treatment, and exotic viruses that can kill in a matter of hours. Relying on extensive interviews with leading experts in virology, molecular biology, disease ecology, and medicine, as well as field research in sub-Saharan Africa, Western Europe, Central America, and the United States, Laurie Garrett's The Coming Plague takes readers from the savannas of eastern Bolivia to the rain forests of the northern Democratic Republic of the Congo on a harrowing, fifty year journey through the history of our battles with microbes. This book is a work of investigative reportage like no other and a wake-up call to a world that has become complacent in the face of infectious disease—one that offers a sobering and prescient warning about the dangers of ignoring the coming plague.
The book is important for Irish studies, and for anthropologists and others who study great social upheaval from eye-witness accounts. George Marcus, Rice University This book is original, well researched, and beautifully written.
Author: Stuart John McLean
Publisher: Stanford University Press
The Event and its Terrors undertakes a critical reimagining of one of the major events of Irish history—the Great Famine of the 1840s—and of its subsequent legacies. Drawing on a wide range of sources, past and present, it considers the emergence of the Famine as an object of historical knowledge and controversy with reference both to the experience of modernity and to the production of academic and nationalist histories in colonial and post-independence Ireland. In doing so, it explores the possibility of alternative modes of engagement with the past via contemporary eyewitness accounts, oral histories, literature, folklore, and present-day commemorative events.
... public generally that he has met the great and disturbing disaster of the famine
in a masterly manner . When he was exerting himself to the utmost , it was
inexpedient for the Viceroy to speak of the measures he was taking to meet the coming ...
... relief in the coming week. The GFS model produces hundreds of parameters,
some of which have no specific observational analogs. FEWS NET examines
only the output from the model for precipitation, minimum and maximum
Author: Molly E. Brown
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Category: Technology & Engineering
This book describes the interdisciplinary work of USAID's Famine Early Warning System (FEWS NET) and its influence on methodological and development policies in the US. This book describes FEWS NET's systems, methods and presents several illustrative case studies that will demonstrate the integration of both physical and social science disciplines in its work. The aim of this book is to bring the work of USAID's Famine Early warning System Network into the public domain.
Joseph then gives Pharaoh some unsolicited advice – the country must be
organized and prepared for the coming famine. “Accordingly, let Pharaoh find a
man of discernment and wisdom, and set him over the land of Egypt.” Let all the
food of ...
Author: Andrew Cort
Publisher: Andrew Cort
If God exists, and God is all powerful and good, why did God create an imperfect world? Does religion have a credible answer? Morality, as secularists know, does not require a deity. Blind faith, as atheists know, often leads to hatred and war. Taking scriptural stories as literal history, as scientists know, borders on the nonsensical. There has to be more. And there is. In their most important sense, these are symbolic psychological stories. Everything that happens - the wars, the joys, the obstacles that are overcome - must occur in one's own soul. In other words, all the great myths and scriptures are how-to manuals for Initiation. In this groundbreaking work, Andrew Cort describes the inner journey of Creation and Return that is revealed by the Greek Myths, the Torah, the Gospels and the Qur'an. He demonstrates the stunning unity of our western religious traditions, whose common aim is to enlighten the soul and restore a sense of meaning to our lives and culture.
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great services of Lord Northbrook , to meet the coming famine , the in connection
The specter of widespread famine is here; the “black horseman” of the book of
Revelation, representing the coming famine, is about to begin his deadly ride.
The world population is growing at the rate of more than 210,000 people every
Author: Grant R. Jeffrey
Triumphant Return is an upbeat, positive proclamation of the tremendous prophecies about the Second Coming and the awesome transformation of humanity that will unfold when Christ ushers in the Kingdom of God. Key Features Include: · Christ’s Triumphant Return- your role in the coming Kingdom of God. · Why are the Rapture and the Second Coming under attack today? · How should we understand the Bible’s prophecies: Literal or symbolic? Past or future? · The coming Millennial Kingdom of God- the key to understanding prophecy · Historical evidence disproves the false theory that Revelation’s prophecies were fulfilled in A.D. 70 · What did the Early Church believe about the Second Coming? The early Christians taught Christ’s return will be literal, imminent, and premillennial. · Fascinating new research about the remarkable prophecies pointing to the nearness of Christ’s premillennial return · Astonishing evidence the Muslim Koran acknowledges Israel’s right to the Promised Land · How should the promise of Christ’s return transform your faith and daily walk with God?
... where there were sufficient invaded by popular tumult , rather than to stores of
corn provided to meet the insist on the people themselves providing calamity by
which they had been overfor the coming famine by economy and taken . industry
In the coming days Knox's remarks would be repeated by scores of other
commentators throughout Ireland, many of whom seemed awestruck by the
rapidity with which the blight was spreading, and by the awful portentousness of
Author: Ciarán Ó Murchadha
Publisher: A&C Black
An engaging and moving account of this most destructive event in Irish history.