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Pioneers

the frontier family of Barack Obama

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This edition was published in by Brandon, Dufour Editions in Dingle, Ireland, . Chester Springs, Pennsylvania.

Written in English

300 pages

Tells the story of the Irish ancestry of Barack Obama's mother, Ann Dunham. "Her great-great grandfather who immigrated from the small village of Moneygall in Ireland to the Scioto Valley in Ohio, and of his relatives who made the journey before him. This Irish family, the Kearneys, came first to Baltimore, Maryland, then moved west with the frontier to Ohio... [and] further, to Indiana ... before many of the Dunhams and Kearneys moved on to Kansas, some to Oklahoma ... [This is] a poignant evocation of Ireland's darkest years, America's pioneering past and ow the two are intertwined in a dramatic narrative encapsulating the American Dream ... This is also the story of the eighteenth century Irish Protestant immigrants."

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Work Description

Tells the story of the Irish ancestry of Barack Obama's mother, Ann Dunham. "Her great-great grandfather who immigrated from the small village of Moneygall in Ireland to the Scioto Valley in Ohio, and of his relatives who made the journey before him. This Irish family, the Kearneys, came first to Baltimore, Maryland, then moved west with the frontier to Ohio... [and] further, to Indiana ... before many of the Dunhams and Kearneys moved on to Kansas, some to Oklahoma ... [This is] a poignant evocation of Ireland's darkest years, America's pioneering past and ow the two are intertwined in a dramatic narrative encapsulating the American Dream ... This is also the story of the eighteenth century Irish Protestant immigrants."

Pioneers

the frontier family of Barack Obama

This edition was published in by Brandon, Dufour Editions in Dingle, Ireland, . Chester Springs, Pennsylvania.


Edition Description

Tells the story of the Irish ancestry of Barack Obama's mother, Ann Dunham. "Her great-great grandfather who immigrated from the small village of Moneygall in Ireland to the Scioto Valley in Ohio, and of his relatives who made the journey before him. This Irish family, the Kearneys, came first to Baltimore, Maryland, then moved west with the frontier to Ohio... [and] further, to Indiana ... before many of the Dunhams and Kearneys moved on to Kansas, some to Oklahoma ... [This is] a poignant evocation of Ireland's darkest years, America's pioneering past and ow the two are intertwined in a dramatic narrative encapsulating the American Dream ... This is also the story of the eighteenth century Irish Protestant immigrants."

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 282-300)

"First published in 2010 by Brandon, an imprint of Mount Eagle Publications, Dingle, Co. Kerry, Ireland, and c/o Dufour Editions Inc., PO Box 7, Chester Springs, PA 19425" -- t.p. verso.

"A Brandon hardback original"-- t.p. verso.

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
929.20973, B
Library of Congress
CS71 .O23 2010

The Physical Object

Pagination
300 p., [32] p. of plates
Number of pages
300
Dimensions
25 x x centimeters

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL24982896M
Internet Archive
pioneersfrontier00macd
ISBN 10
0863224334
ISBN 13
9780863224331
OCLC/WorldCat
651133360, 776094666

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