Edward Malone's Influence On American Culture

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Edward Malone: Edward Malone was born on February 1st, 1825 in County Kings, Ireland. When he was young, he lived on his parent’s farm and worked almost every day. Malone developed an interest in both sheep dealing and carpentry. Malone moved to the United States in 1950, but it is not known why. At first Malone lived in Philadelphia for a year, and then moved to Toledo. When Malone first moved to Toledo, he knew nobody, had no money, but did possess skills such as carpentry and architectural design. Malone designed and built many of Toledo’s famous landmarks such as The Boody House and The Oliver House. While Malone was working on the Oliver House, he met J.C. Hall, a very influential Toledo citizen. This friendship lasted thought Malone’s…show more content…
As a result, there are not extreme temperature shifts, and the average is around 50 degrees Fahrenheit. Ireland has costal mountains in the west and lowlands in the interior that are used for farming. Ireland also has numerous hills, lakes, and bogs. The capital of Ireland is Dublin, and that city has a population of 1 million, while the entire country has a population of 4 million. Ireland has been inhabited for over 7,000 years and Celtic warriors from main land Europe first came over is the sixth century BC. Legend has it that in 432 AD, Saint Patrick converted the island to Christianity. England began to invade in the 1100s, but many of the land stayed in Irish hands until the 16th century. In the 19th century Ireland became extremely dependent on the potato. After years and years of rainfall, the potato crop from 1846 to 1849, failed causing rotting and blight. In 1922, the Roman Catholic counties gained independence while most of Northern Ireland remained under British control. In 1998, a peace treaty was signed with Ireland giving up its claims to Northern Ireland. Most people in Ireland belong to the Roman Catholic Church and the extended family is a very important concept. Ireland’s major exports include machinery and equipment, computers, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, and live

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