anonymous
  • anonymous
How did the potato famine affect Irish emigration? Question 4 options: They switched to pasta. Most of the Irish went on low carbohydrate diets. Over a million people died and emigration was the only option for many. They tried to ignore it. none of the above
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shamallamadingdong
  • shamallamadingdong
The potato was the main food people in Ireland ate. When there were no potatoes due to the crop being destroyed by blight, many people left to find more food and a better life. The famine had the effect of increasing Irish emigration.

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