Country: USA
Year: 23.04.1995
Dur: 25.33

Thirty years ago, Fr. Murphy persuaded a group of Irish travellers to stop living in trailer parks, and to buy land of their own and settle in South Carolina. The Travellers, who had roamed throughout America for over a century, today have a prosperous settlement which they call Murphy Village.

Other Titles in this Series:
Ref No: 368 – The Travellers of Murphy Village
Ref No: 369 – Fr. Corby and the Irish Brigade
Ref No: 370 – From Beara to Butte
Ref No: 371 – N.Y.P.D. Green
Ref No: 372 – Sacramento – a very Irish Diocese
Ref No: 373 – The Breen Family Story
Ref No: 374 – The Fenian Tradition
Ref No: 375 – Presbyterian Pioneers
Ref No: 376 – The Irish Texans
Ref No: 377 – The Church and the Trade Unions
Ref No: 378 – Archbishop John Ireland
Ref No: 379 – City Politics
Ref No: 380 – Emigration and the Single Woman
Ref No: 381 – Sacred Space
Ref No: 382 – The Emigrant Chaplain