Category: Ireland


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MAP: Ireland Circa 1820 (2 sheets)

By: N/A

Price: $12.95

Publisher: Reproduction map of original:

Seller ID: X09

Condition: Black and white maps, printed on two 18" x 24" sheets. The set:, Reproduction map of original

Originally issued by John Pinkerton in the early 19th century, this large 2-sheet map shows many small place names not found on either [X 1] above or [X 6] below. Can be dissected and mounted to make a large 2' x 3" map. View more info

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Irish Home Rule, 1867-1921

By: Alan O'Day

Price: $26.95

Publisher: Manchester University Press: Sep 1998

Seller ID: 03776X

ISBN: 0-7190-3776-X

Condition: 360 pages, 5 1/2 x 8 1/4, paperback / softcover, Manchester University Press

Irish Home Rule considers the pre-eminent issue in British politics during the late nineteenth and early twentieth-centuries. It is the first account to explain the various self-government plans, to place these in context and examine the motives for putting the schemes forward. The book distinguishes between moral and material home rulers, making the point that the first appealed especially to outsiders, some Protestants and the intelligentsia, who saw in self-government... View more info

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Rituals and Riots: Sectarian Violence and Political Culture in Ulster, 1784-1886

By: Sean Farrell.

Price: $34.95

Publisher: University Press of Kentucky: c2000

Seller ID: 12171X

ISBN: 081312171X

Condition: 272 pages, 6 x 9, ill., maps, cloth, University Press of Kentucky

Sectarian violence is one of the defining characteristics of the modern Ulster experience. Riots between Catholic and Protestant crowds occurred with depressing frequency throughout the nineteenth century, particularly within the constricted spaces of the province's burgeoning industrial capital, Belfast. From the Armagh Troubles in 1784 to the Belfast Riots of 1886, ritual confrontations led to regular outbreaks of sectarian conflict. This, in turn, helped keep Catholic... View more info