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Fiona Griffin with donkey Paddy in Dingle, Ireland, where her Irish-born parents relocated the family after living in Boston.

Going full circle

Native land's new prosperity has many reversing their exodus

By Kevin Cullen
Globe Staff / March 19, 2007

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Once there was a neighborhood near the Brookline-Boston line known as Little Kerry because so many of the residents hailed from this lush, rustic county in the southwest of Ireland. Today, here on Kerry's Dingle peninsula, there is a concentration of so many families who once lived in Massachusetts that the locals call it Little Boston. (Full article: 3946 words)

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