All About Energy Newsletter, Issue 2019 5 (John Shanahan) USofA
22.May.2019 John Shanahan
Beautiful roses in Skibbereen, Ireland. The town was the center of great suffering during the famine years of 1845 - 1852. Between 1841 and 1861 the population dropped from about 58,000 to 32,000. There was little help from the occupying British government. There was no significant energy from fossil fuels. People just suffered, died or left for America.