eith Duggan from the Irish Times starts off by speaking to Enda about his Grandfather Frank and the struggles to raise his family through the economic depression in 1929 Manhattan.
The Armagh man was one of the countless immigrants whose American future was instantly destroyed in the cold fire of the economic depression. “He worked his finger to the bone to buy more land,”. Enda goes on to talk about his regular work trips to New York, where memories of his Grandfather are never far from mind. The toughness and resilience and struggles that we must overcome.
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