Irish Immigration- The Potato Famine

November 21, 1847 Boston, Massachusetts: Ladies and gents, once again it is Thomas Crowley here reporting for the Baltimore Sun, your number one source for news about our fine country. Once again, there are issues with these Irish folks coming to America, however, now the issues have escalated higher than they ever have before. Last…

Sarah Josepha Hale

Jonathan Hodgkin Boston, Massachusetts August 1841: ¬† Hello people! Once again, it’s Jonathan Hodgkin here. Exactly one week ago I was assigned a highly unusual assignment to write about Mr. Hale’s wife, Sarah Josepha Hale, for her utmost achievement of becoming the first woman editor for Mr. Godey’s magazine, the Lady’s Book. When first hearing…

A Look on Life in the New United States

Baltimore Sun April 17, 1805 There are only a few places in the United States of America where you can stroll down a street¬†and see people bustling about their daily lives. In the majority of the country, it could take an hour just to get to the next property over. There is a very strong…

Irish Immigration

August 1, 1834. Boston, Massachusetts. Ladies and gents, this is Thomas Crowley here reporting for the Baltimore Sun, your number one source for news about our fine country. Today, I would like to discuss the recent influx of all of these Irish folks. Recently, there have been more and more Irish coming into places like…