From 'Ireland, painted by Francis S. Walker, described by Frank Mathew' 1907
A WOMAN'S TASK
ALONG the north coast towards Gweedore and The Bloody Foreland the absence of men is remarkable. It is the women who carry the turf and dig the potatoes, which to those poor cottars are "breakfast, dinner, and supper all the year round."
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