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  •   Peggy: my arrival in the States: a traumatic experience
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    Peggy (Irish-American, County Tipperary, Ireland)

    When she got to America, Peggy first contemplated working in the Death Row, as a social worker. She explains why she had made such choice.

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  •   Peggy: my best childhood memory
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    Peggy (Irish-American, County Tipperary, Ireland)

    Peggy, before moving to the United States, lived on a farm in rural Ireland. She tells us about her best childhood memories there.

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    IMG/mp3/Peggy_best_childhood_memory_r.mp3


  •   Peggy: leaving the United States
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    Peggy (Irish-American, County Tipperary, Ireland)

    Peggy had lived most of her life in the United States when she decided to go back to her native country, Ireland. She tells us about a funny incident at the airport.

    MP3
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    IMG/mp3/Peggy_leaving_the_States_1_r.mp3


  •   Siobhan: my best childhood memories
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    Siobhàn (Dublin, Ireland)

    Siobhan lives in Dublin today, but when she was a child, she used to live in rural Ireland.

    MP3
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    IMG/mp3/Sioban_best_childhood_memories_2.mp3


  •   Sarah: My Family
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    Sarah (Yvelines, France)

    Sarah, 6, speaks about her Anglo-French family.

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