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Michael Davitt

Author: John Devoy
Publisher: University College Dublin Press
ISBN: 1910820997
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Tells the story of a collaboration between two giants of late c19th Irish nationalism: John Devoy and Michael Davitt

Short Stories

Author: Padraic Pearse
Publisher: Univ College Dublin Press
ISBN: 9781906359201
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An Irish political activist who was involved in the Easter Rising of 1916 was also a writer, and here his ten stories have been translated from the Irish in which they were written.

Fanatic Heart

Author: Anthony G. Evans
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A comprehensive biography of a remarkable man who made significant and long-lasting contributions to literature, civil rights, and the Irish republican cause.

Blood Runs Green

Author: Gillian O'Brien
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 022624895X
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On May 26, 1889, four thousand mourners proceeded down Chicago's Michigan Avenue, followed by a crowd forty thousand strong, in a howl of protest at what commentators called one of the ghastliest and most curious crimes in civilized history. The dead man, Dr. P. H. Cronin, was a respected Irish physician, but his brutal murder uncovered a web of intrigue, secrecy, and corruption that stretched across the United States and far beyond. O'Brien tells the story of Cronin's murder from the police investigation to the trial-- and the story of a booming immigrant population clamoring for power at a time of unprecedented change.

The Highland Clearances

Author: Eric Richards
Publisher: Birlinn
ISBN: 0857905244
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Description: A documented study of Scotland's most emotive subjects. It traces the origins of the Clearances from the eighteenth century to their culmination in the crofting legislation of the 1880s, showing how the process of clearance was part of a wider European movement of rural depopulation.