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"The Gorbals (Scottish Gaelic: Gort a' Bhaile, Scots: Gorbalds) is an area on the south bank of the River Clyde in the city of Glasgow, Scotland. By the late 19th century it had become over-populated and adversely affected by local industrialisation. Many people lived here because their jobs provided their homes and they could not afford their own. It became widely known as a dangerous slum associated with the problems of drunkenness and crime...huge numbers of Irish Catholic immigrants from County Donegal in Ulster poured into the Gorbals from the mid-19th-century onwards. This huge immigration from County Donegal continued for most of the 20th-century."
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