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Q: St patrick loved to listen to irish tales so much so he declared that they all must be told in poetic verse from then on?
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Did stpatrick declare that they all must be told in poetic verse?

Did St.Patrick love listening to old Irish tales and insist that they are told in poetic verse from them on?

How many US presidents had Irish heritage?

There are twelve, counting the current president ,Obama, but only two with ancestors that would be likely to wear green on St. Patrick's day. John F. Kennedy was the first President of 100% Catholic Irish heritage, Ronald Reaganwas of Catholic Irish ancestry (originally O'Reagan) but his family converted to Protestantism after moving to America.There had been several Presidents of "Scotch-Irish", i.e. Protestant Irish ancestry, mostly from Northern Ireland, which is now a separate country from Eire and whose people have quite different ethnic backgrounds and languages.The first was Andrew Jackson, followed by James K Polk, James Buchanan, Andrew Johnson, Chester Arthur, William McKinley, Woodrow Wilson, Harry S Truman ,Bill Clinton and Barack Obama on his mother's side. Both of Jackson's parents were actually born in Ireland, as was Chester Arthur's father.

How many Scottish and Irish fought in the revolutionary war?

About 48% of the colonies were Scottish and/or Irish so the majority fighting were Scottish and Irish.

How are the Irish treated today?

In general, the Irish are treated respectfully today although there are still many issues between the Irish and the English in the UK. . In the past there were times when the Irish were treated badly, especially in the United States and the UK.

The caused many Irish people to immigrate to the US?

Potato Famine

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Patrick brought Christianity to the Irish.

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What is the Irish for Patrick?

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