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eBook 'Fearful Realities': New Perspectives on the Famine (Nineteenth-Century Ireland) ePub

by Chris Morash,Richard Hayes

  • ISBN: 0716525666
  • Category: Humanities
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Chris Morash,Richard Hayes
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Irish Academic Press (March 1, 1996)
  • Pages: 180
  • ePub book: 1306 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1343 kb
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  • Rating: 4.2
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The great strength of this collection is its interdisciplinary scope.

The great strength of this collection is its interdisciplinary scope. Irish Literary Supplement. Recently added by. toler, Bostonseanachie, OffalyHistory, W.

Fearful realities' : an introduction, Chris Morash & Richard Hayes The geography and implications of post-famine population decline in Baltyboys .

Fearful realities' : an introduction, Chris Morash & Richard Hayes The geography and implications of post-famine population decline in Baltyboys, County Wicklow, Matthew Stout The famine and its aftermath in County Mayo, Donald Jordan 'The late disastrous epidemic' : medical relief and the Great Famine, Laurence M. Geary 'Irish property must pay for Irish poverty' : British public opinion and the Great Irish Famine, James S. Donnelly, J. book below: (C) 2016-2018 All rights are reserved by their owners.

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1998 Ideology and Ireland in the Nineteenth Century. Dublin: Four Courts P. Foster R. F. 1988 Modern Ireland 1600–1972. Morsah Chris, and Richard Hayes, eds. 1996 Fearful Realities : New Perspectives on the Famine. Dublin: Irish Academic P. Neal Frank. New York and London: Penguin. 1993 Paddy and Mr Punch: Connections in Irish and English History. London: Allen Lane, Penguin. 1998 Black ‘47: Britain and the Famine Irish. New York: St. Martin's P. Ó Gráda Cormac. 1999 Black ‘47 and Beyond: The Great Irish Famine in History, Economy, and Memory.

Chris Morash, Richard Hayes, Society for the Study of Nineteenth-Century Ireland. Irish Academic Press. Blackrock, Co. Dublin.

Lebow, Richard Ned (1976). White Britain and Black Ireland: The Influence of Stereotypes on Colonial Policy. Philadelphia: Institute for the Study of Human Issues.

Dublin: Irish Academic Press. Donnelly, Jim (2001). Lebow, Richard Ned (1976). Mill and the Irish Land Question. InJohn Stuart Mill on Ireland with an Essay by Richard Ned Lebow, pp. 1–22. Philadelphia, Institute for the Study of Human Issues. Leslie, Thomas (1981).

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ABSTRACT The Ordnance Survey of Ireland, carried out in the early-nineteenth century, was not just the process of mapping and collecting place names for translation as it is frequently depicted.

ABSTRACT The Ordnance Survey of Ireland, carried out in the early-nineteenth century, was not just the process of mapping and collecting place names for translation as it is frequently depicted more. ABSTRACT The Ordnance Survey of Ireland, carried out in the early-nineteenth century, was not just the process of mapping and collecting place names for translation as it is frequently depicted. The director of the Ordnance Survey, Sir Thomas Colby, decided to also use the Survey to carry out statistical, antiquarian, and geological surveys.

The New Police in Nineteenth-Century England: Crime, Conflict and Control by David Taylor (pp. 314-316). Fearful Realities: New Perspectives on the Famine by Chris Morash, Richard Hayes (pp. 319-321). Land, Politics and Nationalism: A Study of the Irish Land Question by Philip Bull; Colonialism, Religion and Nationalism in Ireland by Liam Kennedy.

"The great strength of this collection is its interdisciplinary scope....the editors and publishers are to be complimented on an impressive volume that comprises a stimulating addition to Irish Famine studies." Irish Literary Supplement