List of Books in the Library

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Title: Atlas of the Irish Rural Landscape (Irish Cultural Studies).

Author: Aalen, F. H. A. (Editor), Stout, Matthew (Editor), Whelan, Kevin (Editor).

Publisher: Cork, Ireland : Cork University Press 1997 Pages: 360.

Subject: Landscape changes -- Ireland -- Maps. Nature -- Effect of human beings on -- Ireland. Rural -- Ireland -- History -- Maps.

Category: History : Europe : Ireland : General

ISBN: 1-85918-095-7

LCC #: G1831.G4 A8 1997b


  Includes bibliographical references and index. Map Data: Scales differ.
 


Title: Poetry for Young People: William Butler Yeats.

Author: Allison, Jonathan (Editor, Illustrator). Harrington, Glenn (Illustrator, Editor)

Publisher: New York : Sterling 2002 Pages: 48.

Subject: Children's poetry. English -- Irish authors. Ireland -- Juvenile poetry. Ireland -- Poetry. Yeats, W. B. (William Butler), 1865-1939.

Category: Children's Books : Ages 9-12 : General

ISBN: 0-8069-6615-7

LCC #: PR5902.A45 2002


  Yeats lived a rich, intellectual life and was very much involved in the events of his time. Born in Dublin, the son of a gifted professional family, he trained as a lawyer and also gained fame as a painter, a theatrical manager, and political figure. This collection reveals the poet's love for the landscapes and people of Ireland, especially of County Sligo. Strong themes of Celtic mysticism and the occult appear in several selections. Each poem is prefaced by a few lines that set the scene and is followed by an explanation of difficult words. Beautiful paintings, many full page, show landscapes, people, and animals referred to in the selections. An impressive introduction to this Nobel Prize winner.
 


Title: The Journal of the American-Irish Historical Society.

Author: American-Irish Historical Society.

Publisher: Boston, Mass. : The Society 1898-1941 Pages: 0.

Subject: American-Irish Historical Society -- Periodicals. Irish Americans -- Periodicals. Ethnology -- United States -- Periodicals.

Category: American-Irish Historical Society.

ISBN:

LCC #: E184.I6 A5


  Editors: 1898- Thomas Hamilton Murray and Thomas Bonaventure Lawler. Suspended, 1933-1936. Contains the Society's meetings, proceedings, etc.
 


Title: Ancient Order of Hibernians - County Board Convention.

Author: Ancient Order of Hibernians.

Publisher: : 1904-1939 Pages: 0.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN:

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  2 Ledger books for the Ancient Order of Hibernians County Board Conventions of Newport, R.I. for the years 1904-1910 and 1931-1939.
 


Title: Ancient Order of Hibernians - ledger books.

Author: Ancient Order of Hibernians.

Publisher: : 1906-1967 Pages: 0.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN:

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  Seven ledger books containing the meeting minutes of the Ancient Order of Hibernians, Division 2 of Newport, R.I., 1906-1967.
 


Title: Ancient Order of Hibernians - Shamrock ball records, 1992.

Author: Ancient Order of Hibernians.

Publisher: : 1992 Pages: 0.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN:

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  Ancient Order of Hibernians Shamrock ball records ledger book for 1992.
 


Title: Programme - Ancient Order of Hibernians and Ladies Auxiliary.

Author: Ancient Order of Hibernians.

Publisher: : 1925 Pages: 0.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN:

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  Program for the 54th National Convention held at the Ambassador Hotel, Atlantic City, N.J. July 21, 1925.
 


Title: Irish Toasts 87 Ed.

Author: Appletree Press.

Publisher: San Francisco, CA : Chronicle Books 1987 Pages: 58.

Subject: Toasts -- Ireland.

Category: Cooking, Food & Wine : Drinks & Beverages

ISBN: 0-87701-469-8

LCC #: PN6341.I75 1987


 
 


Title: The Irish countryman: an anthropological study.

Author: Arensberg, Conrad Maynadier.

Publisher: Garden City, N.Y. : Natural History Press 1968 Pages: 197.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN:

LCC #: GN585.I7 A7 1968


 
 


Title: Small-Business Consulting.

Author: Arnold, Hugh.

Publisher: : Arnold Books 1994 Pages: 0.

Subject: Business & Investing -- Economics.

Category: Business & Investing -- Economics

ISBN: 0-9639974-0-8

LCC #: HF5601.A76 1994


 
 


Title: Tommy Makem's Ireland

Author: Arnold, Vince

Publisher: : Pages: 0.

Subject:

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ISBN:

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Title: Census of the inhabitants of the Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations taken in the year 1774.

Author: Bartlett, John R. [arranged by].

Publisher: Providence : Knowles, Anthony & Co. 1858 Pages: 0.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN:

LCC #: HA612 .B223 1774


 
 


Title: Black Potatoes: The Story of the Great Irish Famine, 1845-1850.

Author: Bartoletti, Susan Campbell.

Publisher: Boston : Houghton Mifflin. 2001 Pages: 160.

Subject: Ireland -- History -- Famine, 1845-1852. Juvenile literature, Ireland -- History -- Famine, 1845-1852.

Category:

ISBN: 0-618-00271-5

LCC #: DA950.7.B37 2001


  When most American teens talk about hunger, it's that growling sensation before meals. Famine is beyond their ken, an abstraction made only marginally concrete by TV images of the Third World. In the Irish potato famine of 1845-50, it was Europeans starving to death, and the impact on Ireland (one million dead, two million fled) and on the U.S. was staggering (those immigrants came here). The chronology of the disaster unfolds in this gruelingly poignant text that draws heavily on news reports and first-person narratives. Bartoletti's Title also incorporates period pen-and-ink sketches and poetry laying bare the fragility, injustice, and stratification of Irish peasant society that could not cope with agricultural tumult. People lived on potatoes-and only potatoes-while growing profitable exports for British landlords. When the crops mysteriously failed repeatedly over the next five years, the peasants simply starved to death while the social structure of the society nearly died along with the populace. Relief efforts were brutally incompetent where they existed at all, and only the Quakers emerge as heroes of mercy. The bibliography (also narrative) provides some of the most fascinating historical reading in the book. Overall, a useful addition to collections, for both personal and research uses.
 


Title: The New York Irish.

Author: Bayor, Ronald (Editor). Meagher, Timothy (Editor)

Publisher: : The Johns Hopkins University Press 1997 Pages: 768.

Subject:

Category: Qualifying Textbooks - Winter 2007

ISBN: 0-8018-5764-3

LCC #: F128.9 .I6 N49 1997


  New York was the primary entry point for most Irish immigrants coming to America, so the history of the Irish in New York is, to some extent, also the history of the Irish in America. And it's safe to say that reading the essays in The New York Irish would enrich anyone's understanding of American history, which is, of course, the story of how different ethnic groups came together to form a nation. Of particular interest in the collection are essays about the Irish in New York's early days, from the Colonial period up to the years of the Great Famine (which led to the "Great Migration" of Irish to America). The history of the Irish as they sought to become Americans is often painful, and riots, church burnings, and rampant discrimination are recounted in chilling detail. Yet the essays, which have been intelligently selected and organized, are quite readable and often entertaining.
 


Title: Insight Guides Ireland (Insight Guides).

Author: Bell, Brian.

Publisher: [Hong Kong] : Apa Productions. 1993 Pages: 340.

Subject: Ireland -- Guidebooks.

Category: History -- Europe -- England

ISBN: 0-395-66164-1

LCC #: DA980.M26 1993


  Includes bibliographical references (p. 325-326) and index.
 


Title: The Twilight Lords

Author: Berleth, Richard

Publisher: New York : Barnes and Noble Books 1994 Pages: 0.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN: 1-56619-598-5

LCC #: DA 937. B47 1994


 
 


Title: Tales of the west of Ireland. Edited by Gertrude M. Horgan.

Author: Berry, James. Horgan, Gertrude M.

Publisher: [Chester Springs, Pa.] : Dufour Editions. 1967 Pages: 217.

Subject: Legends -- Ireland -- Mayo (County). Legends -- Ireland -- Connemara (District).

Category: Legends -- Ireland -- Mayo (County).

ISBN:

LCC #: DA990.M3B4 1967


  Originally published in the Mayo news in 1910-1913.
 


Title: The New Testament.

Author: The Bible.

Publisher: Boston : Frost, John H. A. 1810 Pages: 0.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN:

LCC #:


  First American stereotype edition.
 


Title: Your Irish Ancestors.

Author: Black, J. Anderson.

Publisher: [New York] : Paddington Press. 1977 Pages: 253.

Subject: Ireland -- Genealogy. Ireland -- History. Names, Personal -- Ireland.

Category: History -- Europe -- Ireland -- General

ISBN: 0-8467-0028-X

LCC #: CS483.B55


  Bibliography: p. 250-251.
 


Title: Exploring Irish Music and Dance.

Author: Boullier, Diann

Publisher: Dublin : O'Brien Press 1998 Pages: 160.

Subject: Folk music -- Ireland -- History and criticism. Folk dancing, Irish -- History.

Category: Arts & Photography : Performing Arts : Dance : General

ISBN: 0-86278-558-8

LCC #: ML3654.B68 1998


 
 


Title: State papers concerning the Irish church in the time of Queen Elizabeth. Edited from autographs in Her Majesty's Public record office and the British museum, by W. Maziere Brady

Author: Brady, W. Maziere (William Maziere)

Publisher: London : Longmans, Green, Reader & Dyer 1868 Pages: 159.

Subject: Catholic Church -- Ireland. Ireland -- Church history. Great Britain -- History -- Elizabeth, 1558-1603.

Category: Catholic Church -- Ireland

ISBN:

LCC #: BX1504.B75


 
 


Title: Highlights of Ireland.

Author: Brendon Tours.

Publisher: Van Nuys, CA : Brenden Tours 1997 Pages: 0.

Subject: Ireland -- Description and travel.

Category: Ireland -- Description and travel.

ISBN:

LCC #:


  Description of escorted and independent vacations in Ireland, arranged through Brenden Tours.
 


Title: Across A Dark & Wild Sea.

Author: Brown, Don (Illustrator). Nadel, Deborah (Contributor)

Publisher: Brookfield, Conn. : Roaring Brook Press. 2002 Pages: 32.

Subject: Columba, Saint, 521-597 -- Juvenile literature. Christian saints -- Ireland -- Biography.

Category: Arts & Photography -- Art -- Art History -- Schools, Periods & Styles -- Medieval

ISBN: 0-7613-1534-9

LCC #: BR1720.C623B76 2002


  Brown's (Uncommon Traveler) lyrical narrative chronicles the life of Columcille, born to an Irish king in 521, and his passionate commitment to words and ideas. Though he grew up during the Dark Ages, when the new rulers of Ireland had virtually extinguished education ("Reading and writing were like magic, and the people who knew their secrets as rare as wizards"), Columcille from early childhood loved writing, which he mastered as a student in a monastery. He went on to become a monk as well as a skilled scribe and poet, and founded many monasteries. Brown laces historical facts with anecdotes from legends in his portrayal of this remarkable man, who exiled himself from his homeland after his kinsmen crushed the army of a High King, in defense of a manuscript. Columcille had painstakingly hand-lettered a Psalter (book of Psalms) and the king had ruled that the copy belonged to the owner of the original manuscript. In penitence for the bloodshed, Columcille decided to exile himself from his homeland, and ended up on the Scottish island of Iona, and there founded a monastery. He and the other resident scribes there devoted themselves to transcribing manuscripts, creating books that were then "dispatched, like small boats on a dark and wild sea, to places where reading and writing had been forgotten or ignored." Like the work of his subject, Brown's account also sheds light on an intriguing individual of extraordinary accomplishment. The author's signature stark, muted watercolors seem especially well suited to this hero's life of piety and his historical setting. Ages 5-9.
 


Title: Poems and Songs (Dover Thrift Editions) [UNABRIDGED].

Author: Burns, Robert.

Publisher: New York : Dover Publications 1991 Pages: 96.

Subject: Scotland -- Poetry.

Category: Scotland -- Poetry, Songs, Scots -- Scotland -- Texts

ISBN: 0-486-26863-2

LCC #: PR4303 1991


  Treasury of 43 works including: "The Cotter's Saturday Night," "To a Mountain Daisy," "To a Mouse," "To a Louse," "Tam o' Shanter," "Comin' Thro' the Rye," "I'm Oe'r Young to Marry Yet," "O, Lay Thy Loof in Mine, Lass," and "O, Wert Thou in the Cauld Blast." Alphabetical lists of Titles and first lines. Extensive glossary.
 


Title: Irish America.

Author: Byron, Reginald.

Publisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press Pages: 317.

Subject: Irish Americans -- Ethnic identity. Irish Americans -- Cultural assimilation.

Category: Irish Americans -- Ethnic identity

ISBN: 0-19-823355-8

LCC #: E184.I6 B97 1999


  Includes bibliographical references and index.
 


Title: How the Irish Saved Civilization.

Author: Cahill, Thomas.

Publisher: New York : Doubleday. 1996 Pages: 256.

Subject:

Category: Health, Mind & Body -- Self-Help -- General

ISBN: 0-385-41849-3

LCC #: DA930.C34 1996


  In this delightful and illuminating look into a crucial but little-known "hinge" of history, Thomas Cahill takes us to the "island of saints and scholars," the Ireland of St. Patrick and the Book of Kells. Here, far from the barbarian despoliation of the continent, monks and scribes laboriously, lovingly, even playfully preserved the West's written treasury. When stability returned in Europe, these Irish scholars were instrumental in spreading learning, becoming not only the conservators of civilization, but also the shapers of the medieval mind, putting their unique stamp on Western culture.
 


Title: How the Irish Saved Civilization: The Untold Story of Ireland's Heroic Role from the Fall of Rome to the Rise of Medieval Europe [ABRIDGED] [AUDIOBOOK].

Author: Cahill, Thomas. Neeson, Liam (Narrator)

Publisher: : Random House Audio. 1997 Pages: 0.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN: 0-553-47809-5

LCC #: DA930.5 .C342 1997


  In this delightful and illuminating look into a crucial but little-known "hinge" of history, Thomas Cahill takes us to the "island of saints and scholars," the Ireland of St. Patrick and the Book of Kells. Here, far from the barbarian despoliation of the continent, monks and scribes laboriously, lovingly, even playfully preserved the West's written treasury. When stability returned in Europe, these Irish scholars were instrumental in spreading learning, becoming not only the conservators of civilization, but also the shapers of the medieval mind, putting their unique stamp on Western culture. Paperback edition. From Publishers Weekly With the fall of the Roman Empire in the fifth century, Ireland, according to the author, "had one moment of unblemished glory"-when Irish monks copied almost all of Western classical poetry, history, oratory, philosophy and commentary. But this book is more than the story of monks preserving manuscripts; it is an irreverent look back at how Ireland came to be. Celts who had traversed Europe, Irish warriors and their women were primitive and blatantly sexual. Next came a taming of the land with the help of St. Patrick, who hated slavery and loved scholarship. Patrick was followed by St. Columcille, a great lover of books who became embroiled in a war and, as penance, exiled himself to the island of Iona, off Scotland. It was here that Ireland became "Europe's publisher," as other warrior-monks followed Columcille's example and began to colonize barbarized Europe. They put Ireland in the vanguard of intellectual leadership, a position the Irish would not surrender until the Viking invasion of the 11th century. Cahill (A Literary Guide to Ireland) has written a scholarly, yet cheeky, book that will have strong appeal to Celtophiles. Illustrations not seen by PW. Copyright 1995 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
 


Title: The Big Book of Irish-American Culture.

Author: Callahan, Bob (Editor).

Publisher: New York, N.Y., U.S.A. : Penguin 1989 Pages: 272.

Subject: Irish Americans.

Category: History -- Americas -- United States

ISBN: 0-14-010326-0

LCC #: E184.I6 B54 1989


  Originally published: New York, N.Y. : Viking Penguin, 1987.
 


Title: Irish Traditional Music (Appletree Pocket Guides).

Author: Carson, Ciaran.

Publisher: Belfast : Appletree Press 1986 Pages: 72.

Subject: Folk music -- Ireland -- History and criticism.

Category: Entertainment -- Music -- General

ISBN: 0-86281-168-6

LCC #: ML3654.C37 1986


  Pocket guide to Irish traditional music. Bibliography: p. 67-70. Discography: p. 70-72.
 


Title: The Celts.

Author: Chadwick, Nora. Corcoran, J. X. W. P. (Introduction)

Publisher: : Penguin. 1971 Pages: 304.

Subject:

Category: History -- Ancient -- General

ISBN: 0-14-021211-6

LCC #: D70.C47 1979


 
 


Title: A Register of Deceased Persons at Sea and on Grosse Ile in 1847.

Author: Charbonneau, Andre. Drolet-Dube, Doris Tremblay, Sylvie Grace, Robert J. Canada, Parks (Corporate Author)

Publisher: Ottawa : Canadian Government Publishing. 1997 Pages: 108.

Subject: Registers of births, etc, -- Grosse Ile (Montmagny) Irish -- Québec (Province) -- Grosse Ile, (Montmagny). History -- 19th century, Grosse Ile (Montmagny, Québec) -- Genealogy.

Category: History -- Americas -- Canada -- General

ISBN: 0-660-16877-4

LCC #: CS88.G76 C43 1997


  Includes bibliographical references: p. 108. Issued also in French under
Title: Répertoire des décès de 1847 à la Grosse-Île et en mer. Distributed by the Government of Canada Depository Services Program.
 


Title: The Book of Kells: Selected Plates in Full Color.

Author: Cirker, Blanche (Editor).

Publisher: New York : Dover Publications 1982 Pages: 32.

Subject: Book of Kells -- Illustrations. Illumination of books and manuscripts, Celtic.

Category: Arts & Photography : Art : Art History : Schools, Periods & Styles

ISBN: 0-486-24345-1

LCC #: ND3359.K4B67 1982


  Painstakingly reproduced from a rare facsimile edition, this volume contains full-page decorations, portraits, illustrations, plus a sampling of textual leaves with exquisite calligraphy and ornamentation. The 32 full-color illustrations include the first image of Virgin and Child in a Western manuscript and early representations of Apocalyptic visionary symbols of the Evangelists.
 


Title: The Graces, 1625-41.

Author: Clarke, Aidan.

Publisher: Dundalk : Dundalgan Press. 1968 Pages: 0.

Subject:

Category: English in Ireland

ISBN:

LCC #: DA905.I715 no. 8


 
 


Title: Going to America.

Author: Coleman, Terry.

Publisher: New York : Pantheon Books 1972 Pages: 317.

Subject: British Isles -- Emigration and immigration -- History. Canada -- Emigration and immigration -- History. United States -- Emigration and immigration.

Category: History : Europe : England : General

ISBN: 0-394-47988-2

LCC #: JV768.N7 C58 1972


  This is the grim story of the British and Irish immigrants who came to America during the middle of the nineteenth century. Much the largest contingent was Irish, and it was above all the departure of the Irish to America, diseased, half-starved, bewildered, cheated and cheating, which made the emigrant way across the Atlantic as degrading as the convict route to the South Seas, and almost as cruel as the Middle Passage of the slave ships. Confronting the immigrants at every turn were inescapable horrors. Ship owners packed their holds like slavers; brokers misrepresented and overcharged; runners stole when they couldn't cheat; customs officials took bribes to ignore overcrowding. And when the immigrants arrived the swindling didn't stop. They were fleeced by lodging-house keepers, separated from their possessions, and sold fraudulent railroad or canal boat tickets--in short, the whole, cruel apparatus of immigration was turned against them.
 


Title: Catholicism in Rhode Island : the formative era.

Author: Conley, Patrick T. Smith, Matthew J.

Publisher: [Providence] : Diocese of Providence. 1976 Pages: 173.

Subject: Catholic Church -- Rhode Island -- History. Rhode Island -- Church history.

Category: Catholic Church -- Rhode Island -- History

ISBN:

LCC #: BX1415.R5 C6


  Bibliography: p. 153-162. Includes index.
 


Title: The Irish in Rhode Island: A Historical Appreciation (Rhode Island Ethnic Heritage Pamphlet Ser.).

Author: Conley, Patrick T. Rhode Island Heritage Commission

Publisher: Providence : Rhode Island Pubns Soc 1986 Pages: 46.

Subject: Irish Americans -- Rhode Island -- History.

Category: History : Americas : United States : State & Local : Rhode Island

ISBN: 0-917012-83-6

LCC #: F90.I6 C66 1986


  Bibliography: p. 41-43.
 


Title: Under the hawthorn tree : children of the famine.

Author: Conlon-McKenna, Marita Teskey, Donald

Publisher: Dublin : O'Brien 2001 Pages: 187.

Subject: Ireland -- History -- Famine, 1845-1852. Ireland -- History -- Famine, 1845-1852.

Category: Ireland -- History -- Famine, 1845-1852 --

ISBN: 0-86278-743-2

LCC #: PZ7.C761845Un 2001


  International Reading Association Award, 1991. Reading Association of Ireland Award, 1991. Österreichischer Kinder und Jugendbuchpreis, shortlist, 1993. Le Prix Litteraire du Roman pour Enfants, shortlist, 1994.
 


Title: Ireland past and present.

Author: Conyngham, David Power. Parnell, Charles Stewart

Publisher: New York : J. Sheehy. 1883 Pages: 0.

Subject: Ireland -- History. Land tenure -- Ireland. Penal laws in Ireland.

Category: Ireland -- History

ISBN:

LCC #: DA912.C76


 
 


Title: Eamon De Valera: The Man Who Was Ireland.

Author: Coogan, Tim Pat.

Publisher: : Perennial. 1996 Pages: 784.

Subject: Biographies & Memoirs -- Ethnic & National -- Irish.

Category: Biographies & Memoirs -- Ethnic & National -- Irish

ISBN: 0-06-092690-2

LCC #: DA965.D4 C66 1996


  Thorough, incisive, and wryly eloquent, this biography gives a sweeping portrait of a true legend. "It is impossible to understand Ireland today without reading this unblinking version of the Eamon De Valera story." (New York Newsday).
 


Title: The Irish Civil War.

Author: Coogan, Tim Pat. Morrison, George

Publisher: Boulder, CO : Roberts Rinehart Publishers. 1998 Pages: 0.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN: 1-57098-252-X

LCC #: DA963.C65 1998


 
 


Title: A history of Timoleague and Barryroe.

Author: Coombes, James.

Publisher: : Friary Preservation Committee. 1969 Pages: 85.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN:

LCC #: DA990.C79 C6 1969


 
 


Title: West Cork Walks (Walks Series).

Author: Corcoran, Kevin.

Publisher: Dublin : O'Brien Press 1998 Pages: 112.

Subject: Hiking -- Ireland -- Cork (County). Guidebooks. Natural history -- Ireland -- Cork (County) .

Category: Outdoors & Nature : Hiking & Camping : Excursion Guides : Europe : England

ISBN: 0-86278-254-6

LCC #: GV199.44.I732 C673 1991


 
 


Title: The hidden Ireland; a study of Gaelic Munster in the eighteenth century.

Author: Corkery, Daniel.

Publisher: Dublin : Gill 1967 Pages: 285.

Subject: Irish poetry -- History and criticism. Language and culture -- Ireland -- Munster. History -- 18th century. Ireland -- Intellectual life -- 18th century.

Category: Irish poetry -- History and criticism

ISBN:

LCC #: PB1331.C6 1967


  "First published in 1924." Bibliographical footnotes.
 


Title: Tailor and Ansty.

Author: Cross, Eric.

Publisher: : Mercier Press. 1982 Pages: 168.

Subject:

Category: Entertainment -- Humor -- General

ISBN: 0-85342-050-5

LCC #: DA925.C73 1970


 
 


Title: Irish Towns and Villages (Irish Heritage Series).

Author: Cullen, L. M.

Publisher: Dublin : Eason. 1979 Pages: 24.

Subject: Ireland -- Description and travel. Cities and towns -- Ireland.

Category: History -- Europe -- England -- General

ISBN: 0-900346-27-2

LCC #: DA978.C85 1979


 
 


Title: A history of Ireland.

Author: Curtis, Edmund.

Publisher: London : Methuen. 1950 Pages: 434.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN:

LCC #: DA910.C


 
 


Title: Moving historic buildings.

Author: Curtis, John Obed.

Publisher: Washington : U.S. Dept. of the Interior Pages: 50.

Subject: Historic buildings -- Conservation and restoration -- United States.

Category: Moving of buildings, bridges, etc

ISBN:

LCC #: TH153.C87


  Bibliography: p. 49-50.
 


Title: Illustrated History of Ireland.

Author: Cusack, Mary Frances.

Publisher: : Senate. 1995 Pages: 704.

Subject:

Category: History -- Europe -- England -- Ancient

ISBN: 1-85891-378-0

LCC #: DA911.C87 1998


  With evocative black and white drawings, this is a thorough yet accessible history of Ireland, written in 1868 and featuring the famous and infamous inhabitants and events of Ireland.
 


Title: Irish country people.

Author: Danaher, Kevin.

Publisher: Cork : Mercier Press. 1966 Pages: 127.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN:

LCC #: DA925.D3


 
 


Title: Damnable Question: A Study of Anglo-Irish Relations.

Author: Dangerfield, George.

Publisher: : Little Brown & Co. 1978 Pages: 0.

Subject:

Category: History -- Europe -- Ireland -- General

ISBN: 0-316-17201-4

LCC #: DA962


 
 


Title: The Irish in Britain, 1815-1914.

Author: Davis, Graham.

Publisher: Dublin : Gill & Macmillan. 1991 Pages: 256.

Subject: Irish -- Great Britain -- History -- 19th century. Irish -- Great Britain -- History -- 20th century.

Category: History -- Europe -- England -- 19th Century

ISBN: 0-7171-1907-6

LCC #: DA125.I7 D38 1991


  Includes bibliographical references (p. [217]-237) and index.
 


Title: Ireland.

Author: Day, Catharina. Corporation, H&m (Corporate Author) Corporation, Ivy-Summit (Corporate Author)

Publisher: : Everyman Publishers. 1998 Pages: 642.

Subject:

Category: Travel -- Europe -- Great Britain -- General

ISBN: 1-86011-088-6

LCC #: DA980.D39 1998


 
 


Title: Heritage Of Ireland.

Author: De Breffny, Brian.

Publisher: New York : Crescent. 1988 Pages: 160.

Subject: Ireland -- Civilization.

Category:

ISBN: 0-517-53809-1

LCC #: DA925.D375 1980


  Bibliography: p. 155. Includes index.
 


Title: The Land of Ireland.

Author: De Breffny, Brian. Mott, George

Publisher: New York : Harry N. Abrams. 1985 Pages: 255.

Subject: Ireland -- Description and travel. Ireland -- History. Northern Ireland -- Description and travel. Northern Ireland -- History.

Category:

ISBN: 0-8109-8066-5

LCC #: DA978.D4 1985


  Originally published: New York : H.N. Abrams, 1979. Bibliography: p. 241. Includes index.
 


Title: Teach Yourself Irish (Teach Yourself).

Author: Dillon, Myles

Publisher: : David Mckay Co 1979 Pages: 256.

Subject:

Category: Reference : Education : General

ISBN: 0-340-05797-1

LCC #: PB1223.D51x


 
 


Title: Celtic Realms.

Author: Dillon, Myles. Chadwick, Nora

Publisher: : Castle Books. 2003 Pages: 356.

Subject:

Category: Arts & Photography -- Art -- Art History -- Schools, Periods & Styles -- Ancient & Classical

ISBN: 0-7607-4284-7

LCC #: D70.D48


  In their masterly survey of the history and culture of the Celtic peoples, Dillon and Chadwick cover the whole period from the Celts' pre-historic origins to the Norman invasion of Britain. Though few really understand Celtic art, the authors demonstrate the peculiar genius of the Celts in their religion, literature, and visual arts.
 


Title: Magic and Mystery of Ireland.

Author: Doyle, Bill.

Publisher: : Books are Fun. 2001 Pages: 0.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN: 1-58209-133-1

LCC #:


 
 


Title: A Family of His Own: A Life of Edwin O'Connor.

Author: Duffy, Charles F.

Publisher: Washington, D.C. : Catholic University of America Press 2003 Pages: 464.

Subject: Irish Americans in literature. Irish Americans -- Biography.

Category: Biographies & Memoirs : Arts & Literature : Authors

ISBN: 0-8132-1337-1

LCC #: PS3565.C55 Z64 2003


  Peter Davison, The Atlantic Monthly "An unusually rich, faithful, and readable account of the life, writings, and times of a devoted writer of fiction." Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr. "Renews the memory of O'Connor and illuminates the dilemmas of Irish American writers coming to terms with American society."
 


Title: A Guide to Tracing your Donegal Ancestors.

Author: Duffy, Godfrey F.

Publisher: Glenageary, Co. Dublin, Ireland : Flyleaf Press. 1995 Pages: 94.

Subject: Donegal (Ireland County) -- Genealogy -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.

Category: History -- Europe -- Ireland -- General

ISBN: 0-9508466-6-X

LCC #: CS497.D66 D84 1996


  Includes bibliographical references (p. [81]-82) and index.
 


Title: Ireland-Life & Land in literature.

Author: Dumbleton, W.

Publisher: Albany : State University of New York Press 1984 Pages: 195.

Subject: English literature -- Irish authors -- History, and criticism.

Category: English literature -- Irish authors -- History

ISBN: 0-87395-782-2

LCC #: PR8718.D85 1984


  Based on a series of lectures sponsored by the Capital District Humanities Project and given at the New York State Museum and Cultural Center in Albany. Bibliography: p. [186]-190. Includes index.
 


Title: Enchanted Journeys.

Author: Dunbar, Robert (Editor) Johnston, Aileen (Illustrator)

Publisher: Dublin : O'Brien Press 1998 Pages: 192.

Subject: Children's stories, Irish, Ireland -- Fiction, Short stories.

Category: Children's Books : Ages 9-12 : General

ISBN: 0-86278-518-9

LCC #: PZ5.E516 1997


  Dunbar has put together 17 excerpts of Irish writings in reverse chronological order of publication, from 194196, aimed less at children than at adults studying children's literature. An introductory essay puts forth Dunbar's wish that children ten to twelve try out these samples, but the age group that would find Marita Conlon-McKenna's Fields of Home (1997) a compelling novel will find the four-page excerpt included here dull and unrevealing. The excerpt from Tom McCaughren's In Search of the Liberty Tree (1994) shows several characters involved in an encounter with British soldiers, but the stage is hardly set when a boy and his father are taken from their house; the last paragraph explains that the boy's mother is one of many women who is seeking her husband and son, leaving readers in a lurch. There are also pieces from works by Martin Wadell, Sam McBratney, and other writers who will be familiar to better readers, but the writing style becomes more dated as the stories increase in age. Brief biographies will steer interested readers to other examples of the contributors' works. (Anthology. 12+)
 


Title: When Ireland Starved: the great famine.

Author: Dunn, Joseph.

Publisher: Dublin : Radharc Films 1995 Pages: 0.

Subject: Ireland -- Economic conditions -- 19th century.

Category: Famines -- Ireland

ISBN:

LCC #: DA950.7 W53


 
 


Title: Ireland - Our Island Home: An Aerial Tour Around Ireland's Coastline.

Author: Dwyer, Kevin (Photographer).

Publisher: Cork : Collins Press. 1997 Pages: 158.

Subject:

Category: Arts & Photography -- Photography -- Collections, Catalogues & Exhibitions

ISBN: 1-898256-20-9

LCC #: DA982.D89 1997


 
 


Title: Irish Destiny [video recording]

Author: Eppel, Isaac J. Dewhurst, George

Publisher: Dublin, Ireland : [Dublin, Ireland] : Irish Film Institute : RTÉ 2006 Pages: 0.

Subject: Dublin Custom House; War of Independence; Anglo-Irish Truce of 1920-1921

Category:

ISBN:

LCC #:


  This film was originally made in 1926. Written and produced by: Dr. Isaac J. Eppel Directed by: George Dewhurst Director of Photography: Joe Rosenthal Performers: Paddy Dunne Cullinan Frances MacNamara Daisy Campbell Clifford Pembroke Brian MacGowan Cathal McCarvey Evelyn Henchey Kit O'Malley Valentine Vousden Tom Flood
 


Title: Independent Ireland.

Author: Fanning, Ronan.

Publisher: Walkinstown, Dublin : Pages: 230.

Subject: Ireland -- History -- 1922. Ireland -- History -- Autonomy and independence, movements.

Category: Ireland -- History -- 1922-

ISBN:

LCC #: DA963.F36 1983


  Bibliography: p. 226. Includes index.
 


Title: The most beautiful villages of Ireland.

Author: Fitz-Simon, Christopher. Palmer, Hugh

Publisher: New York : Thames & Hudson. 2000 Pages: 208.

Subject: Villages -- Ireland -- Pictorial works. Ireland -- Pictorial works, Villages -- Ireland.

Category: Villages -- Ireland -- Pictorial works

ISBN: 0-500-01998-3

LCC #: DA982.F58 2000


  "With 258 color illustrations." Includes bibliographical references (p. 208).
 


Title: Long March: The Choctaw's Gift to Irish Famine Relief.

Author: Fitzpatrick, Marie-Louise. Whitedeer, Gary (Foreword)

Publisher: : Tricycle Press 2001 Pages: 32.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN: 1-58246-065-5

LCC #: E99.C8 F57 2001


  This deeply moving work quietly and effectively underscores the drama and pathos of a little-known historical episode. In 1847 the Choctaw, themselves impoverished, raised $170 (the equivalent of more than $5000 today) to aid the Irish, then in the throes of the great potato famine. The inspiration for the Choctaw's gift is eloquently explained by Choona, an elderly Choctaw who flashes back to his 14th year, when the gift was made. When the people of Choona's tribe hear that Choctaw leaders have asked everyone to contribute, some wonder why they should help the Nahullo (Europeans), who drove them from their homelands in the Southeast only 16 years earlier. Then Choona's great-grandmother speaks, describing the arduous 500-mile march to the New Lands (now Oklahoma), during which starvation and fever decimated the tribe ("Half our people were goneAAll the old ones. All the small children. Gone"). Her commanding conclusion wins over the tribe: "We have walked the trail of tears. The Irish people walk it now. We can help them as we could not help ourselves." Fitzgerald, an Irish children's book author and artist, illustrates the story with sharply detailed black-and-white drawings that incorporate period ornaments and clothing. The book design, which superimposes unattractive yellow text blocks over the drawings, does not match the sophistication of the storytelling. Ages 7-12. (
 


Title: Fables of the Irish Intelligentsia.

Author: Fitzpatrick, Nina.

Publisher: New York : Penguin 1993 Pages: 176.

Subject: Ireland -- Fiction, Fables, English.

Category: Literature & Fiction : Short Stories : Anthologies

ISBN: 0-14-017324-2

LCC #: PR6056.I89 F33 1993


  The characters in this uniformly excellent first collection of short stories inhabit a strange world where people sing folk songs in Sanskrit and Shakespeare's Hamlet has Celtic origins. Fitzpatrick offers a dozen ribald and hilarious modern fables that revel in the self-professed eccentricity of the Irish people. The brief prologue reveals an annual convocation of lunatics who come together on the Irish coast to eat watercress, drink holy water and celebrate their lunacy. Fitzpatrick's protagonists, too, display a fine madness. Finnula so desperately wants to lose her virginity that she surrenders it to a brisk Englishman and in the process confirms the "English disease," a malady characterized by fear of children and a craving for dragons. Slattery is an unrepentant Marxist who is so upset by the fall of the Sandinistas and the collapse of Soviet governments in Eastern Europe that he must trick his frigid mother into giving him a reassuring touch. Controversy surrounds Fitzpatrick: Having been selected for the the Irish Times /Aer Lingus Prize, she lost it amid rumors that she is not only not Irish but also a man. The claims will strike readers as incredible. The stories reflect a sensibility not only female but patently Irish.
 


Title: The face of Ireland, by Michael Floyd.

Author: Floyd, Michael.

Publisher: New York : C. Scribner's sons. Pages: 120.

Subject: Ireland -- Description and travel.

Category: Ireland -- Description and travel

ISBN:

LCC #: DA977.F65


  Printed in Great Britain.
 


Title: Modern Ireland: 1600-1972.

Author: Foster, R. F.

Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Viking Adult. 1989 Pages: 688.

Subject: Ireland -- History -- 1691. Ireland -- History -- 17th century.

Category: History -- Europe -- England -- General

ISBN: 0-7139-9010-4

LCC #: DA938.F67 1988


  In 1600, the Tudor kingdom of Ireland was divided by Gaelic chieftains, had a subsistence economy and was home to a welter of peoples, each of whom defined their "Irishness" differently. By the 1970s, when this massive, scholarly history closes, Irelanddespite three centuries of conquest and fissurewas a country with a powerful sense of national identity. The record of England's treatment of Ireland, as told by Foster, is dismal: intensive colonization via the plantation system, Cromwell's campaign of massacre and expropriation, forced resettlement of native landholders, especially Catholics. In this engaging revisionist chronicle, the author, a University of London historian, shows that the Irish potato famine of 1845-49, far from being a watershed event, merely accentuated the trends of large-scale emigration, agricultural decline and Anglophobia already underway for three decades. Foster casts a skeptical eye on turn-of-the-century cultural revivalists and the gropings of Yeats, Synge and Lady Augusta Gregory; the quest for "Irishness," he argues, has sometimes fueled sectarian and even racialist emotions.
 


Title: The Oxford Illustrated History of Ireland.

Author: Foster, R. F. (Editor).

Publisher: : Oxford University Press, USA. 1991 Pages: 418.

Subject:

Category: History -- Europe -- England -- General

ISBN: 0-19-285245-0

LCC #: DA910.O94 1991


  This very beautiful and lavishly illustrated volume includes six essays by Irish scholars, five covering chronological periods in Irish history and the sixth a particularly stimulating discussion of the interplay between Irish literature and history. Each essay is written by a specialist; Nicholas Canny and editor Foster are probably the best known among them; each incorporates recent research to create a current and authoritative summary of Irish historical scholarship. An excellent annotated bibliography and a chronology add to the book's usefulness. The maps could have been better, but the illustrations alone would make this book worth having.
 


Title: Colonial Ireland : 1169-1369.

Author: Frame, Robin.

Publisher: Dublin : Distributed by Educational Co. Pages: 149.

Subject: Ireland -- History -- 1172-1603.

Category: Ireland -- History -- 1172-1603

ISBN:

LCC #: DA933.F7 1981


  Bibliography: p. 139-143. Includes index.
 


Title: Cromwell, the Lord Protector.

Author: Fraser, Antonia.

Publisher: New York : Dell. 1973 Pages: 878.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN:

LCC #: DA426.F7 1975


 
 


Title: Great Silence.

Author: Freine, Sean De

Publisher: : Irish Books & Media 1978 Pages: 122.

Subject:

Category: Reference : Foreign Languages : General

ISBN: 0-85342-516-7

LCC #: PB1215.F7 1978


 
 


Title: University of Dublin, Trinity College, A great library and its needs.

Author: French, R. B. D.

Publisher: Dublin : Colm O Lochlainn 1954 Pages: 23.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN:

LCC #:


 
 


Title: The Emerald Isle, Calendar 1949

Author: Galloway, Ewing (photos by).

Publisher: New York : Wilkinson 1948 Pages: 0.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN:

LCC #:


  A calendar from 1949.
 


Title: The Emerald Isle, Calendar 1949

Author: Galloway, Ewing (photos by).

Publisher: New York : Wilkinson 1948 Pages: 0.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN:

LCC #:


  A calendar from 1949.
 


Title: The Emerald Isle, Calendar 1949

Author: Galloway, Ewing (photos by).

Publisher: New York : Wilkinson 1948 Pages: 0.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN:

LCC #:


  A calendar from 1949.
 


Title: Galway and its attractions for holiday makers and tours, with notes upon its modern industrial progress: Offical Guide.

Author: Galway Bourgh Council.

Publisher: Galway : Galway Bourgh Council. [195?] Pages: 40.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN:

LCC #:


 
 


Title: 44 Irish short stories, an anthology of Irish short fiction from Yeats to Frank O'Connor.

Author: Garrity, Devin A.

Publisher: [New York] Devin-Adair Co. : Devin-Adair Co. 1955 Pages: 500.

Subject: English fiction -- Irish authors. Ireland -- Social life and customs -- Fiction.

Category: Short stories, English

ISBN:

LCC #: PZ.G25 F0


 
 


Title: The Irish genius.

Author: Garrity, Devin A.

Publisher: New York : New American Library Pages: 254.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN:

LCC #: PZ1.G25 Ir2


 
 


Title: George Berkeley in America

Author: Gaustad, Edwin S.

Publisher: Yale, CT : Yale University Press Pages: 0.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN: 0-300-11344-7

LCC #: B 1347 G38 1979


 
 


Title: Grainne: Sailor Princess of Ireland.

Author: Gherasim, Louise.

Publisher: : Authorhouse. 2003 Pages: 136.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN: 1-4033-8691-9

LCC #:


 
 


Title: Cork & Kerry, beautiful Ireland.

Author: Gill and Macmillan.

Publisher: Dublin : Gill and Macmillan 1987 Pages: 0.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN: 7171-1530-5

LCC #:


  Photographs of Cork and Kerry.
 


Title: The encyclopedia of the Irish in America.

Author: Glazier, Michael.

Publisher: Notre Dame, Ind. : University of Notre Dame 1999 Pages: 988.

Subject: Irish Americans -- Encyclopedias.

Category: Irish Americans -- Encyclopedias

ISBN: 0-268-02755-2

LCC #: E184.I6 E53 1999


  Includes bibliographical references.
 


Title: Ireland yesterday. Introd. and commentaries by Maurice Gorham.

Author: Gorham, Maurice Anthony Coneys.

Publisher: New York : Viking Press. 1971 Pages: 0.

Subject: Ireland -- Social life and customs -- Pictorial, works.

Category: Ireland -- Social life and customs -- Pictorial

ISBN: 0-670-40116-1

LCC #: DA925.G67


 
 


Title: A Garland of Irish Verse.

Author: Gramercy.

Publisher: New York : Gramercy 1993 Pages: 92.

Subject: English poetry -- Celtic authors. English poetry -- Irish authors. Ireland -- Poetry.

Category:

ISBN: 0-517-08487-2

LCC #: PR8496.G37 1993


 
 


Title: Our Irish theatre; a chapter of autobiography. With a foreword by Roger McHugh

Author: Gregory, Lady

Publisher: New York : Oxford University Press 1972 Pages: 279.

Subject: Gregory, Lady, 1852-1932. Women and literature -- Ireland -- History. Irish -- 19th century -- Biography. Authors, Irish -- 20th century -- Biography.

Category: Gregory, Lady, 1852-1932

ISBN:

LCC #: PN2601.G7 1972


 
 


Title: Irish Family Histories.

Author: Grehan, Ida.

Publisher: : Roberts Rinehart Publishers. 1993 Pages: 320.

Subject:

Category: History -- Americas -- United States -- General

ISBN: 1-879373-70-X

LCC #: CS498.G74 1993


 
 


Title: The Little Book of Irish Clans

Author: Grenham, John

Publisher: Dublin, Ireland : John Hinde Ltd. 2005 Pages: 0.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN: 0-7858-0083-2

LCC #: CS 2415.G 2005


 
 


Title: The Guinness book of Irish ballads.

Author: Guiness Group Sales.

Publisher: [Ireland] : Guiness Group Sales Pages: 43.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN:

LCC #: PR8860.G84 1900z


 
 


Title: Castletown, Celbridge, Co. Kildare.

Author: Guinness, Desmond.

Publisher: Castletown : Irish Georgian Society. Pages: 0.

Subject: Historic buildings -- Kildare.

Category: Historic buildings -- Kildare

ISBN:

LCC #: DA987.C37 G8


 
 


Title: Irish Tales of Terror

Author: Haining, Peter

Publisher: New York : Wings Books Pages: 0.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN: 0-517-12245-6

LCC #: PR 8876.H67 1995


 
 


Title: The soul of Ulster, by Ernest W. Hamilton.

Author: Hamilton, Ernest.

Publisher: London : Hurst and Blackett ltd. 1917 Pages: 5.

Subject: Ulster (Northern Ireland and Ireland) -- Civilization.

Category: Ulster (Northern Ireland and Ireland)

ISBN:

LCC #: DA990.U46 H25


 
 


Title: Northern Ireland since 1920.

Author: Harkness, D. W.

Publisher: Walkinstown, Dublin : Pages: 193.

Subject: Northern Ireland -- Politics and government.

Category: Northern Ireland -- Politics and government

ISBN:

LCC #: DA990.U46 H287 1983


  Includes bibliographical references and index.
 


Title: Ireland (Rand McNally Pocket Guide).

Author: Harrison, John. Harrison, Shirley

Publisher: Chicago : Rand McNally & Company. 2001 Pages: 128.

Subject: Ireland -- Guidebooks. Northern Ireland -- Guidebooks.

Category: History -- Europe -- England

ISBN: 0-528-84840-2

LCC #: DA980.H28 1986


  Includes index.
 


Title: The Diocese of Providence Rhode Island: a short history 1780-2000.

Author: Hayman, Robert W.

Publisher: France : Editions du Signe 2000 Pages: 0.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN: 2-7468-0220-1

LCC #:


 
 


Title: Comic songs of Ireland.

Author: Healy, James N.

Publisher: Dublin : Mercier Press 1978 Pages: 48.

Subject: Songs, English -- Ireland. Folk songs, English -- Ireland. Humorous songs -- Ireland.

Category: Songs, English -- Ireland

ISBN: 0-85342-529-9

LCC #: M1744.C82 1978


  Melodies with chord symbols. English words.
 


Title: Ballads from the Pubs of Ireland.

Author: Healy, James.

Publisher: : Irish Books & Media 1966 Pages: 142.

Subject:

Category: Arts & Photography : Performing Arts : General

ISBN: 0-85342-075-0

LCC #: M1744.H36 B3


  Comic Songs - no less than 45 of the daftest old Irish songs. Includes The Glendalough Saint, Biddy MacGrath's Bra, The Agricultural Irish Girl, The Cruise Of The Calabar, and dozens of others.
 


Title: Saint Joseph's Church, Newport, Rhode Island.

Author: Higney, Edward A.

Publisher: Newport, RI : Gladding Print 1922 Pages: 64.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN:

LCC #:


  A souvenir book commemorating the consecration of Saint Joseph's Church.
 


Title: Images of Berkeley.

Author: Houghton, Raymond W. Berman, David

Publisher: Dublin : Wolfhound Press. 1986 Pages: 105.

Subject: Berkeley, George, 1685-1753 -- Exhibitions. Berkeley, George, 1685-1753 -- Portraits -- Exhibitions. National Gallery of Ireland -- Exhibitions.

Category: Nonfiction -- Philosophy -- General

ISBN: 0-86327-176-6

LCC #: B1348.H68 1986


  Catalog prepared for an exhibition at the Gallery. Bibliography: p. 102-103.
 


Title: The World of George Berkeley (The Irish Heritage Series).

Author: Houghton, Raymond W.

Publisher: : Eason & Son. 1985 Pages: 25.

Subject:

Category: Biographies & Memoirs -- Ethnic & National -- Irish

ISBN: 0-900346-71-X

LCC #: B1347


 
 


Title: Éire-Ireland; a journal of Irish studies.

Author: Irish American Cultural Institute.

Publisher: St. Paul : Irish American Cultural Institute. Pages: 0.

Subject: Ireland -- Periodicals. Ireland -- Civilization -- Periodicals.

Category: Ireland -- Periodicals

ISBN:

LCC #: DA900.E44


  Also issued online.
 


Title: 285 national songs and recitations.

Author: Irish Book Bureau.

Publisher: Dublin : Irish Book Bureau Pages: 0.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN:

LCC #: M1744.T97 1920


 
 


Title: The Septs, v. 28 no. 1

Author: Irish Genealogical Society.

Publisher: [St. Paul, MN] : Irish Genealogical Society. 2007 Pages: 0.

Subject: Ireland -- Periodicals.

Category: Ireland -- Periodicals

ISBN:

LCC #: E184.I6 I682


 
 


Title: Mystical Britain and Ireland.

Author: Jones, Richard.

Publisher: : New Holland Publishers. 2006 Pages: 160.

Subject:

Category: Arts & Photography -- Photography -- Travel -- General

ISBN: 1-84330-969-6

LCC #: DA982.J69 2006


  A captivating guide to over 100 mystical places from abbeys and obscure caves to holy wells and Druid stones, all open to the public and illustrated through specially commissioned photography. Maps of each region and site, addresses and phone numbers of each location are included.
 


Title: Atlas and cyclopedia of Ireland.

Author: Joyce, P. W.

Publisher: New York : Murphy & McCarthy. 1905 Pages: 0.

Subject: Ireland -- Encyclopedia.

Category: Ireland -- Encyclopedia

ISBN:

LCC #: DA910.A8 1905


  pt. 1. A comprehensive delineation of the thirty-two counties / P.W. Joyce -- pt 2. The general history / A.M. Sullivan.
 


Title: Atlas and history of Ireland.

Author: Joyce, P[atrick] W[eston] [from old catalog].

Publisher: New York : Murphy & McCarthy. 1898 Pages: 0.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN:

LCC #: DA975.J89


 
 


Title: Most Distressful Country.

Author: Kee, Robert.

Publisher: : Interlink Publishing+group Inc. 1976 Pages: 288.

Subject:

Category: History -- Americas -- United States -- General

ISBN: 0-7043-3089-X

LCC #: DA950.K43 1983


 
 


Title: The Green Flag: Volume 1-3: The Most Distressful Country, The Bold Fenian Men, Ourselves Alone.

Author: Kee, Robert.

Publisher: : Penguin. 2001 Pages: 896.

Subject: History -- Europe -- England.

Category: History -- Europe -- England

ISBN: 0-14-029165-2

LCC #: DA950.K43 2000


  Covering Irish history from the beginnings of Irish Nationalism through 1973, Robert Kee's treatment ranges from the Protestant Plantations through Wolfe Tone and the Great Famine to the founding of the Fenian Movement and the Irish Free State. His authoritative and comprehensive history is masterly in its detail and judicious analysis. A classic in its field, this is essential reading for anyone attempting to understand the complex historical forces that have shaped Ireland.
 


Title: The Great Shame: And The Triumph Of The Irish In The English -Speaking World.

Author: Keneally, Thomas.

Publisher: New York : Nan A. Talese. 1999 Pages: 736.

Subject: Ireland -- Civilization -- 19th century. Ireland -- Emigration and immigration -- History. Irish -- English-speaking countries -- History. Civilization, Modern -- Irish influences.

Category: History -- Americas -- United States -- 19th Century -- General

ISBN: 0-385-47697-3

LCC #: DA950.1 .K46 1999


  The Booker Prize-winning Schindler's List (on which Steven Spielberg based his Oscar-winning film) demonstrated that Thomas Keneally could make history as compelling as any novel. His latest book, The Great Shame, expands upon the achievement of his earlier fiction. This is more than just the story of the Keneally family tree, transported from Ireland to Australia in the 19th-century. It is the story of how Irish men and women came to be dispersed all over the world, and what they made of their lives in their new homes. It is the epic history of a whole people.
 


Title: The 1798 Rebellion: Photographs and memorabilia from the National Museum of Ireland.

Author: Kenny, Michael.

Publisher: : Country House in association with the National Museum of Ireland. 1996 Pages: 48.

Subject:

Category: History -- Europe -- England -- 19th Century

ISBN: 0-946172-50-1

LCC #: DA948.5 .K45 1996


 
 


Title: The Irish Brigade in the American Civil War.

Author: Kilbane, Richard.

Publisher: Venice, CA : TWM Media Group 1998 Pages: 0.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN:

LCC #: E493.5 .I68 1998


  VHS Cassette Tape
 


Title: My Ireland - A Personal Impression.

Author: Killanin, Lord.

Publisher: : Gallery Books. 1987 Pages: 190.

Subject:

Category: Arts & Photography -- Photography -- General

ISBN: 0-7112-0407-1

LCC #: DA959


 
 


Title: Irish (Language/30).

Author: Lang30.

Publisher: Wash., D.C. : Educational Services Corporation 1986 Pages: 2.

Subject: Irish language -- Sound recordings for English, speakers.

Category: Books on Cassette : General

ISBN: 0-910542-31-7

LCC #: RZA 1845


  In Irish and English. Parallel Title on study guide t.p.: Gaeilge. Study guide includes phrase dictionary. In container (20 cm.). Presents English speakers with guided practice in Irish greetings, introductions, requests, and general conversation at hotels, restaurants, and places of business and entertainment.
 


Title: A Memoir of the South-Western.

Author: Lee, Gerard

Publisher: : Moytura Press c1990 Pages: 72.

Subject:

Category: History

ISBN: 1-871305-05-5

LCC #: KDK122.L4 1990


 
 


Title: The modernization of Irish society 1848-1918.

Author: Lee, Joseph.

Publisher: London : Gill and Macmillan 1973 Pages: 180.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN:

LCC #: HN398.I


 
 


Title: Dublin.

Author: Lehane, Brendan.

Publisher: Amsterdam : Time-Life Books. 1978 Pages: 200.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN: 7054-0498-6

LCC #:


 
 


Title: In Search of Biddy Early.

Author: Lenihan, Edmund.

Publisher: : Learning Links 1987 Pages: 113.

Subject:

Category: Literature & Fiction : General

ISBN: 0-85342-820-4

LCC #: GR153.5


 
 


Title: Scotch-Irish: A Social History.

Author: Leyburn, James G.

Publisher: : University of N. Carolina Press 1989 Pages: 400.

Subject:

Category: History : Americas : United States : 19th Century : General

ISBN: 0-8078-4259-1

LCC #: E184.S4 L5


  A most readable contribution to the growing body of sophisticated literature on immigration in the colonial period.
 


Title: The Vikings in Ireland.

Author: Llywelyn, Morgan. Rooney, David (Illustrator)

Publisher: Dublin : The O'Brien Press. 2003 Pages: 96.

Subject: Vikings -- Ireland -- Juvenile literature. Ireland -- History -- To 1172.

Category: History & Historical Fiction -- Europe

ISBN: 0-86278-816-1

LCC #: DA932.6.L58 1996


 
 


Title: Peace by ordeal: an account from first hand sources of the negotiation and signature of the Anglo-Irish Treaty, 1921.

Author: Longford, frank Pakenham.

Publisher: London : J. Cape. 1935 Pages: 399.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN:

LCC #: DA962.L6


 
 


Title: Born Newporters: documentary portraits.

Author: Lucey, Kathryn Whitney.

Publisher: Middletown, R.I. : 2002 Pages: 166.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN:

LCC #: F89.N5 L8 2002


 
 


Title: Financial relations of the Papacy with England to 1327.

Author: Lunt, William E.

Publisher: Cambridge, Mass. : The Mediaeval Academy of America. 1939 Pages: 0.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN:

LCC #: BX1950.L97 F4


 
 


Title: The way I remember it

Author: Lynch, John

Publisher: Listowel, Co. Kerry, Ireland : Scannian Duchais Pages: 0.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN:

LCC #:


 
 


Title: Ireland: Land of the Poets.

Author: Lyons, David.

Publisher: : Barnes & Noble 2002 Pages: 0.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN: 0-7607-3085-7

LCC #: PR8851.I66 2002


 
 


Title: Knockabeg: A Famine Tale.

Author: Lyons, Mary E.

Publisher: Boston, Mass. : Houghton Mifflin 2001 Pages: 128.

Subject: Ireland -- History -- Famine, 1845-1852. Famines -- Ireland -- Fiction.

Category: Children's Books : Ages 9-12 : General

ISBN: 0-618-09283-8

LCC #: PZ7.L99556Kn 2001


  Lyons's (Dear Ellen Bee: A Civil War Scrapbook of Two Union Spies) story set during the Irish potato famine mixes in fantastic creatures, Gaelic and faery words and a not quite omniscient narrator. These are clever embellishments, but the author develops too many characters, settings and story lines to keep straight. The queen of the Trooping Ones (the faeries that live in Knockabeg) declares war on the ne'er-do-well Nuckelavees when she discovers that they have put a curse on the potato vines of West Isle. Because the Trooping Ones need a mortal to fight beside them (and to feed them), she asks the rebellious Sticky to kidnap the human boy she guards. Sticky mysteriously defies orders, staying with the boy, Eamon, while his family and Sticky starve. Readers will have to pay attention to the clues Lyons plants in the narrative to discover Sticky's secret. The action shifts between (and often intersects) both worlds, detailing the impact of famine on the human community as well as the wounded faeries' war stories when they return to heal the residents of Knockabeg. The chapters frequently end philosophically ("Aye, ofttimes love is more powerful than fear or lost dreams or anything else in the world. Even hunger"), but readers will have to digest so many details about the world Lyons creates that they likely won't develop connections with faeries or mortals. Hence, potentially emotional scenes, such as Eamon's reunion with his dead family members in the faery world, don't deliver much impact. The final battle between the Trooping Ones and the Nuckelavees is equally anticlimactic. Ages 10-14.
 


Title: Feed the Children First: Irish Memories of the Great Hunger.

Author: Lyons, Mary E. (Editor).

Publisher: New York : Atheneum. 2002 Pages: 48.

Subject: Ireland -- History -- Famine, 1845-1852. Juvenile literature, Ireland -- History -- Famine, 1845-1852

Category: History & Historical Fiction -- Europe

ISBN: 0-689-84226-0

LCC #: DA950.7.F45 2002


  In this somber anecdotal account, of likeliest interest to students, Lyons (Letters from a Slave Girl: The Story of Harriet Jacobs) compiles quotations from Irish citizens on the devastating effects of the potato famine that ravaged Ireland between 1845 and 1852; during those years more than one-quarter of the population either died of starvation or disease, or emigrated, primarily to the U.S. Lyons explains that many of the reminiscences here are abridged from those collected in a book published in Ireland in 1995, which itself drew from the Irish Folklore Commission's efforts in the 1940s to collect stories about the Great Hunger. Given this time frame, some of these observations are first-hand, yet a significant number offer a more remote voice (e.g., "My grandmother told me of her experience when a girl of seventeen in those awful days"). Though the speakers describe affecting, even heartbreaking scenes, many entries use language that, however authentic, young readers are not likely to find compelling: "They lived from hand to mouth. Any failure in the crops meant great privation. Generally there was no money laid by." Period drawings, paintings and a handful of photos serve as illustrations. Ages 9-12.
 


Title: The Irish Republic; a documented chronicle of the Anglo-Irish conflict and the partitioning of Ireland, with a detailed account of the period 1916-1923. With a pref. by Éamon de Valéra, including a note for the American ed.

Author: Macardle, Dorothy.

Publisher: New York : Farrar. 1965 Pages: 1045.

Subject: Ireland -- History -- 20th century. Ireland -- History -- Easter Rising, 1916. Ireland -- History -- Partition, 1921.

Category: Ireland -- History -- 20th century

ISBN:

LCC #: DA959.M3 1965


  Bibliography: p. [993]-1002.
 


Title: The Irish century.

Author: MacCarthy-Morrogh, Michael.

Publisher: Boulder, CO : Roberts Rinehart Publishers. 1998 Pages: 240.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN: 1-57098-237-6

LCC #: DA959.M32 1998


 
 


Title: Clonmacnois.

Author: MacGowan, Kenneth.

Publisher: Dublin : Kamac Publications 1991 Pages: 56.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN:

LCC #: DA995.C57 M33 1991


 
 


Title: Irish Families: Their Names, Arms and Origins

Author: MacLysaght, Edward

Publisher: Dublin : Hodges Figgis & Co Pages: 0.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN:

LCC #: CS 2415.M235 1957


 
 


Title: Irish families; their names, arms, and origins. Illustrated by Myra Maguire

Author: MacLysaght, Edward

Publisher: New York : Crown Publishers 1972 Pages: 365.

Subject: Irish Names, Personal -- Ireland, Ireland -- Genealogy

Category: Names, Irish

ISBN:

LCC #: CS2415.M235 1972


  Bibliography: p. 316-336.
 


Title: More Irish Families.

Author: MacLysaght, Edward.

Publisher: Blackrock, Co. Dublin ; Portland, OR : Irish Academic Press. 1996 Pages: 254.

Subject: Names, Irish -- Dictionaries. Names, Personal -- Ireland -- Dictionaries.

Category: History -- Europe -- Ireland -- General

ISBN: 0-7165-2604-2

LCC #: CS2415.M238 1996


  "A new revised and enlarged edition of More Irish families, incorporating Supplement to Irish families, with an essay on Irish chieftainries." Includes bibliographical references (p. 232-233) and indexes.
 


Title: Story of the Irish Race.

Author: Macmanus, Seumas.

Publisher: : Gramercy. 1990 Pages: 768.

Subject:

Category: History -- Europe

ISBN: 0-517-06408-1

LCC #: DA912.M24 1966


  Here is the whole saga of the Irish from earliest times to the present. Learn about Irish history, culture, religion, laws, arts, antiquities, folklore, trade, literature, heroes, and more. Although a work of sound scholarship, it is as easy to read as a superb novel.
 


Title: The Last Wolf of Ireland

Author: Malterre, Elona

Publisher: New York : Clarion Books 1990 Pages: 144.

Subject: Wolves -- Fiction, Ireland -- Fiction.

Category: Children's Books : Animals : Foxes & Wolves : Fiction

ISBN: 0-395-54381-9

LCC #: PZ7.M29845Las 1990


  Friends Devin O'Hara and Katey Sullivan know they must hide the three wolflings they have discovered, for Squire Watson has vowed to shoot every wolf in Ireland. Paul Chandler, the town bully, learns the children's secret and reveals the pups' hiding place; Squire Watson kills two of them, but one--Sdhoirm--escapes. Devin raises Sdhoirm in the barn until he is grown; then he must set the animal free. Devin catches glimpses of him over the years, and finally Sdhoirm returns to the barn to see Devin for the last time. Transported into the distant past through Malterre's haunting, powerful imagery, readers will be held until the book's last page by his persistent sense of urgency. Authentic dialect and 18th-century details bring to life this eloquent, stirring novel, in which Devin's precious secret becomes the reader's own. Ages 9-14.
 


Title: The Encyclopaedia of Celtic Wisdom: The Celtic Shaman's Sourcebook.

Author: Matthews, Caitlin. Matthews, John

Publisher: Shaftsbury, Dorset ; Rockport, Mass. : Element Books Ltd. 1994 Pages: 464.

Subject: Celts -- Religion. Shamanism -- Europe.

Category: Literature & Fiction -- Genre Fiction -- Fairy Tales

ISBN: 1-85230-561-4

LCC #: BL900.M466 1994


  In this stunning gift edition, Celtic experts Caitlin and John Matthews present inspirational primary material, rich in ancient wisdom, lore, and mythology. For readers who are fascinated by Celtic traditions, and spiritual heritage, this unique reference introduces several new translations of powerful Celtic literature, including stories, poems, and visionary writing-many dating from the 7th century. Brimming with invaluable ancestral knowledge and previously unavailable texts, this invaluable sourcebook offers readers a rare insight into shamanic memory, druidic divination and prophecy, shape-shifting myths, stories about soul loss and restoration, legendary magic, and healing traditions.
 


Title: A Star-spangled Birthday: A Celebration in Song, Poetry, Facts, and Trivia

Author: Mazer, Elizabeth (Editor)

Publisher: : Guild America Books 2005 Pages: 0.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN: 1-58288-176-6

LCC #: PS648.F68 S72 2005


  A collection of song, poetry, facts, and trivia about The good ol' U.S. of A.
 


Title: Ireland, by Joe McCarthy and the editors of Life.

Author: McCarthy, Joe.

Publisher: New York : Time, Inc. Pages: 160.

Subject: Ireland.

Category: Ireland

ISBN:

LCC #: DA911.M3


  Bibliography: p. 153-154.
 


Title: Ireland since the union: sketches of Irish history from 1798 to 1886.

Author: McCarthy, Justin Huntly.

Publisher: Chicago : Belford, Clarke & Co. 1889 Pages: 368.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN:

LCC #: DA950.M12 1889


 
 


Title: Autobiographic memoirs of Hon. Patrick J. McCarthy.

Author: McCarthy, Patrick Joseph. Bannon, Mary Josephine (McCarthy)

Publisher: Providence, R.I. : Printed At Providence Visitor. Pages: 300.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN:

LCC #: CT275.M34 A3


 
 


Title: McCarthy's Bar: A Journey of Discovery In Ireland.

Author: McCarthy, Pete.

Publisher: : St. Martin's Griffin. 2003 Pages: 352.

Subject:

Category: Nonfiction -- Education -- Education Theory -- General

ISBN: 0-312-31133-8

LCC #: DA909.M3 2000


  "The funniest book I've read this year."--John Walsh, The Independent (U.K.) "A travelogue of Ireland told through great set pieces and jokes...The author seems to have a natural aptitude for meeting funny, strange, and fascinating people. This book will make you laugh out loud."--The Irish News (Belfast) "McCarthy's Bar is so unrelentingly funny it needs to be taken in small doses...When it comes to playing stooge in ridiculous travel situations, he makes Michael Palin look shy and Bill Bryson positively somber."--The Australian
 


Title: Angela's Ashes: A Memoir.

Author: McCourt, Frank. Zimmer, Brooke (Designer)

Publisher: New York : Simon & Schuster 1999 Pages: 460.

Subject: Biographies & Memoirs.

Category: Biographies & Memoirs : Arts & Literature : Authors

ISBN: 0-684-87215-3

LCC #: E184I6 M14 1996c


  "Worse than the ordinary miserable childhood is the miserable Irish childhood," writes Frank McCourt in Angela's Ashes. "Worse yet is the miserable Irish Catholic childhood." Welcome, then, to the pinnacle of the miserable Irish Catholic childhood. Born in Brooklyn in 1930 to recent Irish immigrants Malachy and Angela McCourt, Frank grew up in Limerick after his parents returned to Ireland because of poor prospects in America. It turns out that prospects weren't so great back in the old country either--not with Malachy for a father. A chronically unemployed and nearly unemployable alcoholic, he appears to be the model on which many of our more insulting cliches about drunken Irish manhood are based. Mix in abject poverty and frequent death and illness and you have all the makings of a truly difficult early life. Fortunately, in McCourt's able hands it also has all the makings for a compelling memoir.
 


Title: The Faces of Irish Civil War Soldiers.

Author: McDonald, Joanna M.

Publisher: Redondo Beach, Calif. : Stackpole Books 1999 Pages: 72.

Subject: United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865. Irish American soldiers -- Portraits.

Category: Arts & Photography : Photography : Portraits

ISBN: 1-888967-03-X

LCC #: E540.I6 M38 1999


  Includes bibliographical references and index.
 


Title: A popular history of Ireland: from the earliest period to the emancipation of the Catholics.

Author: McGee, Thomas D'Arcy.

Publisher: New York : Boston [etc.] D. & J. Sadlier & co. Pages: 0.

Subject: Ireland -- History.

Category: Ireland -- History

ISBN:

LCC #: DA910.M14


 
 


Title: Out of Ireland: the story of Irish emigration to America

Author: McGillis, Kelly (narrated by)

Publisher: : Shanachie Entertainment Corp. 1995 Pages: 0.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN: 1-56633-169-2

LCC #:


 
 


Title: In Praise of Poteen.

Author: McGuffin, John.

Publisher: Belfast : Appletree Press 2002 Pages: 168.

Subject: Whiskey -- Ireland -- History, Distilling, Illicit -- Ireland.

Category: Cooking, Food & Wine : Baking : General

ISBN: 0-86281-768-4

LCC #: TP605.M35 1999


  Bringing to life a legendary but little-known aspect of Irish history, this is a serious but by no means solemn study of illicit alcohol distilling in Ireland. It is a human and social document of unusual interest and a unique blend of folklore, economics, law, and, in its accounts of the inevitable conflicts between the revenue men and the poteen makers, tragicomedy. Neither romanticizing nor sentimentalizing the business, this study also includes background on the mania for ether-inhaling that afflicted certain places and people. This witty collection of historical anecdotes, recipes, and verses also contains a section of old photographs, which bring their own atmosphere and authenticity to the story.
 


Title: The Irish in Newport

Author: McKenna, Bob Sister Nelson Arnold, Vince

Publisher: : Salve Regina - Circle of Scholars 2002 Pages: 0.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN:

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Title: The islands of Ireland.

Author: McNally, Kenneth.

Publisher: New York : W.W. Norton 1978 Pages: 168.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN: 393-04509-9

LCC #:


 
 


Title: Inventing Irish America : generation, class, and ethnic identity in a New England city, 1880-1928.

Author: Meagher, Timothy J.

Publisher: Notre Dame, Ind. : University of Notre Dame Pages: 523.

Subject: Irish Americans -- Massachusetts -- Worcester.

Category: Irish Americans -- Massachusetts -- Worcester --

ISBN: 0-268-03153-3

LCC #: F74.W9 M38 2001


  Includes bibliographical references (p. 487-502) and index.
 


Title: Mathew Brady's Portrait of an Era.

Author: Meredith, Roy. Brady, Mathew B.

Publisher: New York : W W Norton & Co Inc 1985 Pages: 160.

Subject: United States -- History -- 1849-1877. United States -- Description and travel. Brady, Mathew B., 1823 (ca.)-1896 -- Photography.

Category:

ISBN: 0-393-01395-2

LCC #: E415.M47 1982


  Includes index.
 


Title: Emigrants and Exiles: Ireland and the Irish Exodus to North America.

Author: Miller, Kerby A.

Publisher: New York : Oxford University Press, USA 1985 Pages: 684.

Subject: Ireland -- Emigration and immigration -- History. Ireland -- Social conditions. United States -- Emigration and immigration.

Category: History : Americas : United States : 19th Century : General

ISBN: 0-19-503594-1

LCC #: JV7711.Z79 U55 1985


  The first "translantic" history of the Irish, Emigrants and Exiles promises to become a landmark in our understanding of this important emigration movement. From the early 1600s to the early 1900s, no fewer than seven million people emigrated from Ireland to north America. This vast flow amounted to much more than mere numbers: it at once reflected and compelled enormous social changes on both sides of the Atlantic. Emigrants and Exiles chronicles the momentous causes of the Irish emigration and its far-reaching impact--on the people themselves, on the land they left behind, and on the new one they came to. Drawing on enormous original research, Kerby Miller focuses on the thought and behavior of the "ordinary" Irish emigrants, Catholic and Protestant, as revealed in their personal letters, diaries, journals and memoirs as well as in their songs, poems, and folklore. He finds that while many were eager newcomers to "the land of promise," many more saw themselves as involuntary "exiles" who had been forced to leave Ireland by cruel fate or British oppression. The exile mentality, Miller shows, was deeply rooted in Irish history, culture, and personality, and it profoundly affected the traumatic course of modern Irish history even as it shaped the Irish-American experience in very particular ways. The impressive scope of Miller's work embraces all the successive waves of Irish emigration, and he fills the book with rich human detail. About the Author:Kerby A. Miller is Associate Professor of History at the University of Missouri, Columbia.
 


Title: The Dun Emer Press, later the Cuala Press : with a list of the books, broadsides, and other pieces printed at the press.

Author: Miller, Liam.

Publisher: Dublin, Ireland : Cuala Press 1973 Pages: 131.

Subject: Cuala Press -- Bibliography -- Catalogs. Dun Emer Press -- Bibliography -- Catalogs. Dublin (Ireland) -- Imprints -- Catalogs.

Category: Cuala Press

ISBN:

LCC #: Z232.C962 M54


  "Two hundred and fifty copies ... printed in Ireland at the Dolmen Press ... These are signed by the author"--p. [4] Includes bibliographical references.
 


Title: The Course of Irish History.

Author: Moody, T. W. Martin, F. X. (Editor)

Publisher: Niwot, Colo. : Court Wayne Press. 1995 Pages: 504.

Subject: Ireland -- History.

Category: History -- Europe -- England -- General

ISBN: 1-57098-015-2

LCC #: DA910.C86 1995


  Much Irish history is written as a matter of heroes and leaders, of great personalities and sweeping events. T. W. Moody and F. X. Martin's collection of essays by leading historians offers all those things, but it takes the land itself as its starting point. Ireland, they write, has always been poor because of its ungiving soil; always isolated because of its ring of imposing mountains and steep hills--but always open to invasion from the east across the calm, narrow Irish Sea, because of which, they write, "our present-day laws and institutions have their origins in England." While taking a long view of events, they manage to compress thousands of years of history into this fact-filled, highly readable book.
 


Title: The Untilled Field

Author: Moore, George

Publisher: Great Britain : Colin Smythe Ltd 2000 Pages: 0.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN: 0-86140-199-9

LCC #: PR 504.2


 
 


Title: The Irish village.

Author: Morrison, Robin. Fitz-Simon, Christopher

Publisher: New York : Holt. 1986 Pages: 124.

Subject: Villages -- Ireland -- Pictorial works.

Category: Villages -- Ireland -- Pictorial works

ISBN: 0-8050-0056-9

LCC #: DA982.M67 1986


 
 


Title: The dean of thin air, aviewer's guide.

Author: Muhly, Jr., Frank.

Publisher: : n.d. Pages: 24.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN:

LCC #:


  A film about George Berkeley, prented by WSBE TV, Channel 36, Providence, Rhode Island.
 


Title: Heraldic scroll & map of family names & origins of Ireland.

Author: Mullins of Dublin (Firm).

Publisher: Dublin : Mullins of Dublin 1988 Pages: 0.

Subject: Names, Personal -- Ireland -- Maps. Family -- Ireland -- Maps -- Devices (Heraldry).

Category: Names, Personal -- Ireland -- Maps

ISBN:

LCC #: G5781.E6225 1988 .M8


  Includes col. province, county, and numerous family coats-of-arms (escutcheons). Text on cover. "DK." Map Data: Scale not given.
 


Title: Memoirs of Billy Mullins : veteran of the War of Independence.

Author: Mullins, Billy.

Publisher: [Tralee, Ireland] : Kenno. 1983 Pages: 216.

Subject: Mullins, Billy, Ireland -- History -- 1910-1921. Revolutionaries -- Ireland -- Biography. Ireland -- History -- Civil War, 1922-1923.

Category: Mullins, Billy

ISBN:

LCC #: DA965.M85 A34 1983


 
 


Title: A history of Ireland.

Author: Munn, Brian (Presented by).

Publisher: Garden City, N.Y. : Rego Irish Records and Tapes 1992 Pages: 0.

Subject: The Normans -- History of Ireland, 1550-1700.

Category: Ireland -- History

ISBN:

LCC #: DA910.H57


  Describes the various stages of Irish history starting with ancient Ireland and Newgrange on through to the Celts, St. Patrick, the Vikings, the Normans, penal times, the great famine, the 1916 rising, and the formation of the republic. Also incorporates a section on Irish geneology, "Tracing your roots."
 


Title: Interview with Bob McKenna

Author: Museum of Newport Irish History

Publisher: : Pages: 0.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN:

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Title: Interview with Bob McKenna

Author: Museum of Newport Irish History

Publisher: : Pages: 0.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN:

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Title: Interview with Judge Murray

Author: Museum of Newport Irish History

Publisher: : Pages: 0.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN:

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Title: Interview with Leo Downey

Author: Museum of Newport Irish History

Publisher: : 2000 Pages: 0.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN:

LCC #:


 
 


Title: Interview with O'Reilly

Author: Museum of Newport Irish History

Publisher: : Pages: 0.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN:

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Title: Interview with O'Reilly

Author: Museum of Newport Irish History

Publisher: : Pages: 0.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN:

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Title: Interview with Paul Growley

Author: Museum of Newport Irish History

Publisher: : Pages: 0.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN:

LCC #:


 
 


Title: Interview with Tom Brady

Author: Museum of Newport Irish History

Publisher: : 1999 Pages: 0.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN:

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Title: The Irish in Newport: a brief history

Author: Museum of Newport Irish History

Publisher: : Pages: 0.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN:

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Title: The Irish in Newport: a brief history - PAL format

Author: Museum of Newport Irish History

Publisher: : Pages: 0.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN:

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Title: National geographic

Author: National Geographic Society (U.S.)

Publisher: [Washington, D.C.] : National Geographic Society 1968 Pages: 0.

Subject: Geography -- Periodicals.

Category: Geography -- Periodicals

ISBN:

LCC #: G1.N27


  Title from cover. Also issued on microfilm and microfiche by University Microfilms, and online. Official journal of: National Geographic Society. Vols. 91 (1947)-161 (1983). 1 v. (Includes index to the journal under its earlier Title); v. 1 (1888)-174 (1988). 1 v. (Includes index to the journal under its earlier Title). Indexes kept up-to-date with supplements. SERBIB/SERLOC merged record ACQN: aq 94018837
 


Title: Discovering Britain and Ireland.

Author: National Geographic Society (U.S.).

Publisher: Washington, D.C. : Natl Geographic Society. 1985 Pages: 448.

Subject: Great Britain -- Description and travel. Ireland -- Description and travel.

Category: History -- Europe -- England

ISBN: 0-87044-598-7

LCC #: DA632.D57 1985


  Includes index.
 


Title: The book of Irish saints.

Author: Neeson, Eoin.

Publisher: Cork : Mericer Press. [1967] Pages: 0.

Subject: Saints -- Irish.

Category: Saints, Irish

ISBN:

LCC #: BX4659.I7 N44


 
 


Title: Ireland, where time stands still.

Author: Nevin, Pat.

Publisher: Huntington, Ind. : Our Sunday Visitor, Inc. 1973 Pages: 224.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN:

LCC #: DA959.1 .N48


 
 


Title: Newport history : bulletin of the Newport Historical Society.

Author: Newport Historical Society.

Publisher: Newport, R.I. : The Society Pages: 0.

Subject: Newport (R.I.) -- History -- Periodicals.

Category: Newport (R.I.) -- History -- Periodicals

ISBN:

LCC #: F89.N5 N615


  Description based on: No. 135 (summer 1969); Title from cover.
 


Title: Playwright of the people.

Author: North Kerry Literary Trust.

Publisher: Listowel, Co. Kerry : North Kerry Literary Trust 2004 Pages: 206.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN: 0-9544505-1-5

LCC #:


 
 


Title: Ireland beautiful, by Wallace Nutting. Illustrated by the author with over three hundred and four pictures covering all the counties in Ireland.

Author: Nutting, Wallace.

Publisher: Framington, Mass. : Old America Company. 1925 Pages: 302.

Subject: Ireland -- Description and travel.

Category: Ireland -- Description and travel

ISBN:

LCC #: DA977.N8


 
 


Title: Foclóir Gaeilge-Béarla.

Author: Ó Dónaill, Niall

Publisher: Baile Átha Cliath : Pages: 1309.

Subject: Irish language -- Dictionaries -- English.

Category: Irish language -- Dictionaries -- English

ISBN:

LCC #: PB1291.F57


 
 


Title: Bere Island: A short history.

Author: O' Sullivan, Ted.

Publisher: [Cork] : Inisgragy Books. 1992 Pages: 128.

Subject: Bere Island (Ireland) -- History.

Category: History -- Europe -- England -- General

ISBN: 0-9519186-0-5

LCC #: DA990.B47 O88 1992


  Includes bibliographical references (p. 114-115) and index.
 


Title: States of Ireland.

Author: O'Brien, Conor Cruise.

Publisher: New York : Vintage Books. 1972 Pages: 336.

Subject: Ireland -- History -- 20th century. Northern Ireland -- History.

Category: Ireland -- History -- 20th century

ISBN: 0-394-71955-7

LCC #: DA959.O19 1973


  Includes bibliographical references.
 


Title: A concise history of Ireland [by] Máire and Conor Cruise O'Brien.

Author: O'Brien, Máire. O'Brien, Conor Cruise

Publisher: London : Thames and Hudson, 1972 Pages: 192.

Subject: Ireland -- History.

Category: Ireland -- History

ISBN: 0-500-45011-0

LCC #: DA911.O24


  Bibliography: p. 175-177.
 


Title: Pioneer Irish in New England.

Author: O'Brien, Michael J.

Publisher: : Heritage Books 1988 Pages: 0.

Subject:

Category: History : Americas : United States : General

ISBN: 1-55613-106-2

LCC #: F15.I6 O3 1988x


  In this book, Dr. O'Brien extends his thesis, begun in A Hidden Phase of American History, that numerous Irishmen participated in the American Revolution, by demonstrating that the Irish were represented in the American colonies from the beginning of the colonial period. The author has combed through passenger lists, tax lists, marriage records, church records, and military records, as well as secondary sources such as James Savage's Genealogical Dictionary of New England, to unearth a plethora of references to persons of Irish birth or descent among the colonists of New England. Thus in one instance the author has located Cormac Annis from Enniskillen, Ireland in Newbury, Massachusetts in 1666; in another it is Charles McCarthy, one of the founders of East Greenwich, Rhode Island; and in still another we find two Irishmen named Bryan prospering as merchants in Connecticut in the 17th century. Here is a list of Irish soldiers who took part in King William's War; there is a list of Irish settlers in York County, Maine; everywhere there are references to persons of stated or inferred Irish heritage. O'Brien has even found a witch of Irish origin, one Ann Glover who was sentenced and hanged for practicing witchcraft in 1688. Appended to the body of the volume are two alphabetically arranged lists of New England's Irish in the 17th and 18th centuries, giving the individual's name, the town where the record may be found, and the date of the record. Finally, the complete name index to the work makes it simple to find any of the more than 2,000 New England Irish referred to throughout the volume.
 


Title: The Irish at Bunker Hill: evidence of Irish participation in the battle of 17 June 1775.

Author: O'Brien, Michael Joseph.

Publisher: New York : Devin-Adair 1968 Pages: 231.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN:

LCC #: E241.B9 O25 1968


 
 


Title: The McCarthy's in early American history.

Author: O'Brien, Michael Joseph.

Publisher: Charleston, S.C. : Garnier. 1968 Pages: 0.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN:

LCC #: CS71.M123 1968x


 
 


Title: The plough and the stars, a tragedy in four acts.

Author: O'Casey, Sean.

Publisher: London : New York : Samuel French 1932 Pages: 0.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN:

LCC #: PR6029.C33 P6 1932


 
 


Title: A Guide To Tracing Your Kerry Ancestors.

Author: O'Connor, Michael H.

Publisher: : Flyleaf Press. 2001 Pages: 96.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN: 0-9539974-3-X

LCC #: CS497.K4 O25 2001


 
 


Title: The Boston Irish: A Political History

Author: O'Connor, Thomas H.

Publisher: Boston : Back Bay Books Pages: 0.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN: 0-316-62661-9

LCC #: F73.9


 
 


Title: Brendan Behan.

Author: O'Connor, Ulick.

Publisher: London : Hamilton 1970 Pages: 328.

Subject: Behan, Brendan, Authors, Irish -- 20th century -- Biography.

Category: Biographies & Memoirs : Ethnic & National : Irish

ISBN: 0-241-01776-9

LCC #: PR6003.E417 Z8


  Bibliography: p. 9-12.
 


Title: Celtic Journey Through Time

Author: O'Donoghue, Maurice (II), Sean O'Sullivan Leonard, Owen Leyden, Kitty Woodlock, Jim Finucare, Brendan

Publisher: : Pages: 0.

Subject: Ireland -- Celts.

Category: VHS : Genres : Documentary : General

ISBN: 0-7670-0864-2

LCC #:


  It is an ancient and magical land of captivating legends and lush beauty. For thousands of years, it has remained on the edge of empires, resisting the Romans, Vikings and, finally and famously, the British. From leprechauns to Riverdance, St. Patrick to Michael Collins, Ireland casts a spell like few other nations. A panoramic look at the personalities and events that shaped this enchanting land, A CELTIC JOURNEY THROUGH TIME is also a mesmerizing tour of its most beautiful locales, visiting the medieval streets of Dublin, the rugged coasts and the verdant countryside. From the fearsome Celts to the Williamite War, the great famine to the rise of the IRA, the haunting tapestry of Ireland's checkered past is revealed and explored. Based on Richard Killeen's acclaimed book A SHORT HISTORY OF IRELAND, this is the ultimate introduction to the Emerald Isle.
 


Title: Wisdom from the Celtic World

Author: O'Donohue, John

Publisher: : Sounds True 1997 Pages: 0.

Subject:

Category: Books on Cassette : General

ISBN: 1-56455-568-2

LCC #:


  Wisdom from the Celtic World John O'Donohue From a precious oral tradition rooted over 2,500 years in Ireland's past, John O'Donohue's Wisdom from the Celtic World trilogy brings to listeners today this vibrant spiritual legacy, unique in the Western world: a liberating feast of authentic blessings, prayers, insights, and teachings, brought to life by this acclaimed poet, teacher, and Catholic scholar. This beautifully boxed presentation set includes three challenging sessions: The Inner Landscape, The Divine Imagination, and The Invisible World. "O'Donohue has a deep respect for the secrets of the soul, the power of the imagination, and the potency of everyday spirituality." - Values & Visions
 


Title: Story Of The Irish People.

Author: O'Faolain, Sean.

Publisher: New York : Random House Value Publishing. 1983 Pages: 180.

Subject: Ireland -- Civilization.

Category: History -- Europe -- England -- General

ISBN: 0-517-37989-9

LCC #: DA925.O38 1982


  Originally published as: The Irish. Old Greenwich, Conn. : Devin-Adair, 1949.
 


Title: The finest stories of Sean O'Faolain.

Author: O'Faolain, Sean.

Publisher: New York : Bantam Books 1959 Pages: 336.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN:

LCC #: PR6029.F3 A6 1959


 
 


Title: The Irish: A Character Study.

Author: O'Faolain, Sean.

Publisher: Old Greenwich, Conn. : Devin-Adair Publishers. 1979 Pages: 180.

Subject: Ireland -- History, Ireland -- Civilization.

Category: History -- Europe -- England

ISBN: 0-8159-5812-9

LCC #: DA912. O5 1949


 
 


Title: Grosse Île: Gateway to Canada, 1832-1937.

Author: O'Gallagher, Marianna.

Publisher: Ste-Foy, Québec : Carraig Books 1984 Pages: 184.

Subject: Canada -- Emigration and immigration -- History. Ireland -- Emigration and immigration. Irish -- Canada -- History, Grosse Ile (Montmagny, Québec).

Category: History : Americas : Canada : General

ISBN: 0-9690805-3-0

LCC #: JV7285.I75 O33 1984


  The history of the St. Lawrence River Quarantine Station from 1832 to 1937. Three chapters are devoted to the Irish connection. Also available in French as Grosse Ile Porte d'Entree du Canada.
 


Title: Simple lessons in Irish giving the pronunciation of each word.

Author: O'Growney, Eugene MacNeill, John

Publisher: Dublin : An Cló-chumann Pages: 0.

Subject: Irish language -- Composition and exercises, [from old catalog]. Irish language -- Grammar.

Category: Irish language -- Composition and exercises

ISBN:

LCC #: PB1223.O48


 
 


Title: Historic Ireland: 5,000 years of Ireland's heritage.

Author: O'hOgaiin, Daithi.

Publisher: : Barnes & Noble. 2002 Pages: 144.

Subject:

Category: History -- Europe -- England -- General

ISBN: 0-7607-3081-4

LCC #: DA985.O43 2002


 
 


Title: Families of County Kerry, Ireland: Over Four Thousand Entries from the Archives of the Irish Genealogical Foundation (O'laughlin, Michael C. Book of Irish Families, Great & Small, V. 2.).

Author: O'Laughlin, Michael C. Irish Genealogical Foundation (U.S.)

Publisher: Kansas City, MO : Irish Genealogical Foundation. 2000 Pages: 244.

Subject: Kerry (Ireland) -- Genealogy.

Category: History -- Europe -- Ireland -- General

ISBN: 0-940134-36-5

LCC #: CS497.K4 O43 1994


  6x9, hardbound, gold stamped @ 244 + xxvi pages. Illustrated, Surname Index. Over 4000 families of Co. Kerry are included, from ancient times to the coming of the 20th century. From the Publisher This is the 2nd book in our 32 volume 'Irish Families' series. It focuses only on families found in County Kerry and includes families of all religions and backgrounds, including old Irish families and settler families. It follows the master volume to the set, 'The Book of Irish Families, great & small" which contains information on families from all of Ireland. An outline of the history of the county as it relates to Irish families, and to Irish research, is included, along with an exhaustive history of thousands of Kerry families.
 


Title: Biting at the Grave: The Irish Hunger Strikes and the Politics of Despair.

Author: O'Malley, Padraig.

Publisher: Boston : Beacon 1990 Pages: 330.

Subject: Political prisoners -- Northern Ireland. Northern Ireland -- Politics and government, 1969-1994.

Category: History : Europe : Ireland : General

ISBN: 0-8070-0208-9

LCC #: HV9649.N67 O43 1990


  In 1981 the conflict in Ireland's northern counties was marked by the hunger strikes of IRA prisoners pursuing status as political prisoners. Ten men died in the strikes; one, Bobby Sands, an unseated member of Parliament, in death assumed heroic dimensions at home and abroad. Pinpointing how the hunger strikes "exposed the contradiction at the core of the Catholic nationalist psyche," O'Malley, an Irish citizen and author of Uncivil Wars: Northern Ireland Today, assembles strands of elitism, nationalism and the peculiar sanction of the dead into a powerful and passionate chronicle of a people's yearning. This masterly survey of Ireland's multifaceted political history is given human scale in poignant interviews with the strikers' survivors. From Library Journal It would seem impossible for O'Malley to match the depth and insight of his first book on Northern Ireland, Uncivil Wars ( LJ 10/1/83), but he's done it in this book on the 1981 hunger strike in the Maze prison. He balances the stories of the hunger strike, the strikers, their families, leaders, goals, and strategies against the larger picture of the bitter politics of Northern Ireland. It is this context that is the strength of this work, and the book complements the more detailed study of the strikers' positions outlined in David Beresford's Ten Men Dead ( LJ 4/1/89). O'Malley's analysis of the power of myth and tradition enslaving the politics of the whole island, dooming it to tragic repetitions of violence, exposes the very core of the conflict. Highly recommended. - Richard B. Finnegan, Stonehill Coll., North Easton, Mass. Copyright 1990 Reed Business Information, Inc.
 


Title: Irish in Haverhill (Irish in Haverhill).

Author: O'Malley, Patricia Trainor.

Publisher: Charleston, SC : Arcadia Publishing 1998 Pages: 128.

Subject:

Category: History : Americas : United States : General

ISBN: 0-7524-1359-7

LCC #: F74.H5 O63 1998


 
 


Title: Irish In Haverhill, MA (Images of America Series New England) v.2.

Author: O'Malley, Patricia Trainor.

Publisher: : Arcadia Publishing 1998 Pages: 128.

Subject:

Category: History : Americas : United States : General

ISBN: 0-7524-0877-1

LCC #: F74.H5 O5194 1999


 
 


Title: Twenty Years A-Growing (World's Classics).

Author: O'Sullivan, Maurice. Davies, M.L. (Translator) Thomson, G. (Translator)

Publisher: : Oxford University Press. 1953 Pages: 312.

Subject:

Category: Biographies & Memoirs -- Arts & Literature -- Authors

ISBN: 0-19-250532-7

LCC #: DA990.B65 O8 1970


  O'Sullivan here tells the story of his growing up in Great Blasket, a sparse island off Ireland's Atlantic coast with a Gaelic-speaking population. Along with an introduction by E.M. Forster from the original 1933 printing, this edition contains new photos and illustrations by the author.
 


Title: Twenty years a-growing, by Maurice O'Sullivan, with an introductory note by E. M. Forster.

Author: O'Sullivan, Maurice. Davies, Moya Llewelyn

Publisher: New York : The Viking Press. 1933 Pages: 303.

Subject: Blasket Islands (Ireland).

Category: Blasket Islands (Ireland)

ISBN:

LCC #: DA990.B65 O8 1933a


  "The story on one of the islanders [of Blasket islands] written by himsef."--Pref., p. ix. "Translation from the original Irish by Moya Llewelyn Davies and George Thomson."
 


Title: History of medieval Ireland.

Author: Otray-Rithven, A J.

Publisher: : E. Benn. 1980 Pages: 0.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN: 0-510-27800-0

LCC #: DA934.O8 1980


 
 


Title: Belfast's Unholy War: The Troubles of the 1920s.

Author: Parkinson, Alan F.

Publisher: Dublin ; Portland, OR : Four Courts Press. 2004 Pages: 366.

Subject: Political violence -- Northern Ireland -- Belfast. History -- 20th century, Social conflict -- Northern Ireland -- Belfast.

Category: History : Europe : England : General

ISBN: 1-85182-792-7

LCC #: DA995.B5 P38 2004


  Includes bibliographical references and index.
 


Title: Newry Cathedral.

Author: Patrick, S. S. & Colman

Publisher: Newry : BJ McNally ca.1995 Pages: 40.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN:

LCC #:


 
 


Title: A documentary history of England, 1559 - 1931 v.2.

Author: Pelican Books.

Publisher: Harmondsworth : Penguin Books. Pages: 301.

Subject: Great Britian -- History -- Sources.

Category:

ISBN:

LCC #: DA27.5 .D55 1965


 
 


Title: Some thoughts on the situation in Northern Ireland : a report to the Committee on Foreign Relations, United States Senate.

Author: Pell, Claiborne. United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on

Publisher: Washington : U.S. G.P.O. 1981 Pages: 14.

Subject: Northern Ireland -- History -- 1969-1994.

Category: Northern Ireland -- History -- 1969-1994

ISBN:

LCC #: DA990.U46P44


  At head of
Title: 97th Congress, 1st session. Committee print. "July 1981." Item 1039-A, 1039-B (microfiche) Government Document Classification number - Y 4.F 76/2:Ir 2/2
 


Title: Peter's catholic Harp: a collection of sacred music, designed for the use of choirs, schools, and musical associations, containing morning and evening services.

Author: Peters, W. C.

Publisher: Boston : O. Ditson 1863 Pages: 0.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN:

LCC #: M1999.P47


 
 


Title: Historical tracts of the town of Portsmouth, Rhode Island.

Author: Pierce, John T.

Publisher: Portsmouth, R.I. : Hamilton Print. Co 1991 Pages: 114.

Subject: Portsmouth (R.I.) -- History. Portsmouth (R.I.) -- Description and travel. Historic buildings -- Rhode Island -- Portsmouth.

Category: History

ISBN: 0-9631722-0-4

LCC #: F89.P7 P54 1991


  Includes bibliographical references (p. 113-114).
 


Title: An Irish pilgrimage; a series of 17 articles published in the Providence journal and Evening bulletin on people, life and culture in contemporary Ireland. Together with an appendix of original writings by William Butler Yeats, Douglas Hyde and John Todhunt

Author: Potter, George W.

Publisher: Providence, R.I. : Providence Journal Co. 1950 Pages: 93.

Subject: Ireland -- Description and travel.

Category: Ireland -- Description and travel

ISBN:

LCC #: DA977.P67


 
 


Title: The Celts

Author: Powell, T. G. E.

Publisher: London : Thames and Hudson 1991 Pages: 0.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN: 0-500-27275-1

LCC #: D70.P6 1991


  First Published 1958 New Edition 1980 Reprinted 1991
 


Title: The Cromwellian Settlement of Ireland (History & Politics).

Author: Prendergast, John P.

Publisher: London : Trafalgar Square Publishing. 1996 Pages: 378.

Subject: Ireland -- History -- 1649-1660. Land settlement -- Ireland -- History -- 17th century. Cromwell, Oliver, 1599-1658, Protestants -- Ireland -- History -- 17th century. British -- Ireland -- History -- 17th century.

Category: History -- Europe -- England -- General

ISBN: 0-09-476620-7

LCC #: DA944.4 .P92 1996


  The continuing recrimination and violence which bedevils Northern Ireland today has its roots in the settlement imposed upon Ireland by Oliver Cromwell following the English conquest of 1652. By one estimate as much as five-sixths of the Catholic Irish nation died or was "transplanted" beyond the "Pale" in the decade following Ireland's surrender. Such is the stuff of the book at hand, John Prendergast's The Cromwellian Settlement of Ireland. Of specific genealogical importance, the researcher will find: (1) certificates or letters of dispensation naming a number of the Irish exiles and their families; (2) various account books, arranged by barony, identifying several hundred Adventurers and showing the location and value of the Irish land they were awarded; and (3) a list of more than 1,350 Adventurers (or their widows), giving their occupations and subscriptions.
 


Title: The Irish literary renaissance in Providence: treasures from the George W. Potter and Alfred M. Williams Memorial Collection of Irish Culture 1896-1996.

Author: Providence Public Library.

Publisher: Providence, R. I. : Providence Public Library 1996 Pages: 32.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN:

LCC #: Z881.P9665 P76x 1996


 
 


Title: A place in the sky: The story of an Irish airline pilot.

Author: Quigley, Aidan A.

Publisher: Dublin : Mercier Press 1974 Pages: 96.

Subject: Quigley, Aidan A, Air pilots -- Ireland -- Biography.

Category: Engineering

ISBN: 0-85342-412-8

LCC #: TL540.Q49 A36


 
 


Title: Father Mathew's Crusade: Temperance in Nineteenth-Century Ireland and Irish America.

Author: Quinn, John F.

Publisher: Amherst ; Boston : University of Massachusetts Press 2002 Pages: 256.

Subject: Mathew, Theobald, 1790-1856, Temperance -- Ireland -- History -- 19th century.

Category: Biographies & Memoirs : Ethnic & National : Irish

ISBN: 1-55849-339-5

LCC #: HV5032.M3 Q56 2002


  Kerby A. Miller, author of "Emigrants and Exiles: Ireland and the Irish Exodus to North America" Quinn's research and scholarship are very impressive, sound, and up-to-date. [It] makes a significant contribution to the field. H-Net, June 2005 Fresh and interesting approach... allows reader to better understand why millions of Irish... (pledged) to abstain from drinking alcohol. Paperback edition.
 


Title: Red Hugh: Prince of Donegal (Living History Library (Warsaw, N.D.).)

Author: Reilly, Robert T.

Publisher: Warsaw, N.D. : Bethlehem Books 1997 Pages: 202.

Subject: O'Donnell, Hugh Roe, 1571?-1602 -- Juvenile, fiction. Ireland -- History -- 1558-1603 -- Fiction.

Category: Arts & Photography : Art : Art History : Schools, Periods & Styles : Renaissance

ISBN: 1-883937-22-1

LCC #: PZ7.R2746Re 1997


  In 1587, teenaged Hugh Roe O'Donnell, son of the rulers of Donegal, is seized by the English and imprisoned in Dublin Castle for three years before escaping to join in the struggle to rid Ireland of English rule.
 


Title: Rhode Island Roots

Author: Rhode Island Genealogical Society

Publisher: : Pages: 0.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN:

LCC #: F78.R2


  Journal of the Rhode Island Genealogical Society
 


Title: Rhode Island roots

Author: Rhode Island Genealogical Society

Publisher: [Warwick, RI : Rhode Island Genealogical Rhode Island Genealogical Pages: 0.

Subject: Rhode Island -- Genealogy -- Periodicals. Registers of births, etc -- Periodicals.

Category: Rhode Island -- Genealogy -- Periodicals

ISBN:

LCC #: F78.R2


  Title from cover. SERBIB/SERLOC merged record
 


Title: Report of J. N. Arnold, commissioner to inquire into the present condition of the Governor Benedict Arnold burial place, and the Title thereto. Made to the General assembly at its January session, 1901

Author: Rhode Island. Commissioner to inquire into the Arnold, James N. (James Newell)

Publisher: Providence : E. L. Freeman & Sons 1901 Pages: 47.

Subject: Arnold, Benedict, 1615-1678.

Category: Arnold, Benedict, 1615-1678

ISBN:

LCC #: F82.A74


  Report.--app. A. Resolution in reference to the burial place of the first governor of Rhode Island ...--app. B. Col. Jeremiah Olney's report.--app. C. Deeds and agreements.
 


Title: Medieval fonts of Meath [by] Helen M. Roe.

Author: Roe, Helen M. Meath Archaeological and Historical Society

Publisher: [Navan, Ireland] : Meath Archaeological and Historical Pages: 128.

Subject: Fonts -- Ireland -- Meath (Diocese). Sculpture, Medieval -- Ireland -- Meath, (Diocese)

Category: Fonts -- Ireland -- Meath (Diocese)

ISBN:

LCC #: NB490.M4 R6


 
 


Title: Irish trees.

Author: Ross, Ruth Isabel.

Publisher: Dublin : Eason 1980 Pages: 0.

Subject: Trees -- Ireland.

Category: Trees : Ireland

ISBN:

LCC #: QK307.R65 1980


 
 


Title: Imagination XXI: Ireland.

Author: Russell, Jr. Edward. Miho Brown, David R.

Publisher: New York : Champion Papers 1997 Pages: 0.

Subject: Ireland -- Pictorial works.

Category: Paper -- Sample books

ISBN:

LCC #: DA982.I42 1977


 
 


Title: Guide to Tracing your Dublin Ancestors.

Author: Ryan, James G. Smith, Brian

Publisher: Glenageary, Co. Dublin, Ireland : Flyleaf Press. 1998 Pages: 106.

Subject: Dublin (Ireland) -- Genealogy -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.

Category: History -- Europe -- Ireland -- General

ISBN: 0-9508466-9-4

LCC #: CS497.D8 R93 1998


  Includes bibliographical references and index.
 


Title: Irish Records: Sources for Family and Local History.

Author: Ryan, James G.

Publisher: Salt Lake City, UT : Ancestry.com 1997 Pages: 562.

Subject: Ireland -- Genealogy -- Bibliography. Ireland -- History, Local -- Sources.

Category: History

ISBN: 0-916489-22-1

LCC #: Z5313I7 R83 1988 CS 483


  Irish Records is designed to facilitate Irish family history research by providing a comprehensive listing of the record sources available for each county in Ireland. Such sources include civil registers, censuses, land records, and church records. If you have any ancestors from Ireland this book is a must have. This revised edition includes many new sources--records that previously were not available--and many older records recently uncovered or indexed. It also lists the Irish "heritage centers" that provide research services and indicates which sources have been indexed by the centers. Leave it to Ancestry to make sure no rock is unturned when it comes to finding your heritage in Ireland or anywhere else in the world!
 


Title: Remembering how we stood : Bohemian Dublin at the mid-century.

Author: Ryan, John.

Publisher: Mullingar : Lilliput 1987 Pages: 168.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN: 0-946640-17-3

LCC #: DA995.D75


 
 


Title: Irish Traditions.

Author: Ryan, Kathleen Jo (Editor). Share, Bernard (Editor)

Publisher: New York : Harry N. Abrams, Inc. 1985 Pages: 192.

Subject: Ireland -- Civilization. Ireland -- Social life and customs.

Category: Arts & Photography -- Photography -- Travel -- Europe

ISBN: 0-8109-1109-4

LCC #: DA925.I748 1985


 
 


Title: Saint Joseph's Church 1885-1985.

Author: Saint Joseph's Church

Publisher: Tappan, New York : Custombook, Inc. 1985 Pages: 27.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN:

LCC #:


 
 


Title: Saturday Review.

Author: Saturday Review, Inc.

Publisher: New York : Saturday Review, Inc. Mar 23, 1968 Pages: 0.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN:

LCC #: AP2.S3


 
 


Title: An Old Woman's Reflections (Oxford Paperbacks).

Author: Sayers, Peig. Rodgers, W. R. (Introduction) Ennis, Semus (Translator)

Publisher: Oxford [England] ; New York : Oxford University Press, USA. 1978 Pages: 148.

Subject: Blasket Islands (Ireland) -- Social life and customs. Sayers, Peig -- Homes and haunts -- Ireland -- Blasket Islands.

Category: Biographies & Memoirs -- Ethnic & National -- Irish

ISBN: 0-19-281239-4

LCC #: DA990.B65 S33 1993


  Storytelling kept alive the myths, legends and history of the Blasket Islands. In her old age, Peig Sayers, recounted her life to her son who recorded the tale in this book. She recalls the events of her life and her simple philosophy in a moving poetic style. Such everyday tasks as collecting turf for roots, catching and eating seals, and preparing for a wake are depicted alongside such momentous events as drownings at sea, pilgrimages, and the spread of the news of the Easter uprising in 1916. There were 'clouds of sorrow', but helping to lift them was the friendship she found in the community, which 'was like a little rose in the wilderness'. The Blasket Islands are three miles off Irelands Dingle Peninsula. Until their evacuation just after the Second World War, the lives of the 150 or so Blasket Islanders had remained unchanged for centuries. A rich oral tradition of story-telling, poetry, and folktales kept alive the legends and history of the islands, and has made their literature famous throughout the world. The 7 Blasket Island books published by OUP contain memoirs and reminiscences from within this literary tradition, evoking a way of life which has now vanished.
 


Title: The End of Hidden Ireland: Rebellion, Famine, and Emigration.

Author: Scally, Robert James.

Publisher: New York : Oxford University Press. 2001 Pages: 288.

Subject: Ballykilcline (Ireland) -- History, Ballykilcline (Ireland) -- Emigration and immigration, Country life -- Ireland -- Ballykilcline.

Category: History -- Americas -- United States -- 19th Century -- General

ISBN: 0-19-505582-9

LCC #: DA995.B147 S34 1995


  During the winter of 1847-48-"Black '47"-when the potato famine ravaged Ireland, the town of Ballykilcline, County Roscommon, was hit hard. The problem "was above all about food, and therefore about land." Hopelessly behind in paying their rent, the tenant-farmers rebelled. Those who had taken advantage of an offer from their landlord, Major Mahon, and left for Canada perished en route. News of the disaster reached Ballykilcline and Mahon was murdered. Recriminations followed about "Papist plots" on the landlord's side met by stalwart resistance on the part of the tenants. This study of the Irish land system and the effects of the great famine shows how the land was divided; the influence of the "Gentlemen and the Squireens"; the hatred of the peasants for the "drivers"-the landlords' rent collectors and evicters; and the peasants' eventual emigration (paid for by the British crown) and their new lives in the United States. Scally is professor of history and director of the Glucksman Ireland House at New York University. His account will be of particular interest to academicians. Illustrated.
 


Title: The Flowering of Ireland: Saints, Scholars, and Kings.

Author: Scherman, Katharine.

Publisher: Boston : Little Brown & Co. 1981 Pages: 368.

Subject: Ireland -- Civilization -- To 1172. Christian saints -- Ireland.

Category: History -- Europe -- England -- General

ISBN: 0-316-77284-4

LCC #: DA930.5 .S33


  Bibliography: p. 354-357. Includes index.
 


Title: Ireland: photographs 1840-1930.

Author: Schofield, Carey. Sexton, Sean

Publisher: London : Laurence King. 1994 Pages: 208.

Subject: Ireland -- History -- 1837-1901 -- Pictorial, works. Ireland -- History -- 20th century -- Pictorial, works.

Category: Ireland -- History -- 1837-1901 -- Pictorial

ISBN: 1-85669-017-2

LCC #: DA951.S365 1994


  Includes bibliographical references (p. 207) and index.
 


Title: Fire and Roses: The Burning of the Charlestown Convent, 1834.

Author: Schultz, Nancy Lusignan.

Publisher: : Northeastern University Press 2002 Pages: 317.

Subject:

Category: History : Americas : General

ISBN: 1-55553-514-3

LCC #: F74.C4 S35 2002


  In 1834, a group of fiercely anti-Catholic rioters burned Mt. Benedict, an Ursuline convent just outside of Boston that was home not only to a community of nuns, but also to the prestigious girls' school they ran. Using this singularly explosive example, Schultz, professor of English at Salem State College, conveys the larger current of anti-Catholic sentiment that was prevalent throughout early 19th-century America. While such religious intolerance had existed in New England since the Puritans first landed, the most recent anti-papist explosion could be traced to the departure from the convent of a novice named Rebecca Reed just two years before. A convert to Catholicism, Reed entered the convent school as a charity student and initially aspired to become a nun. However, she began to chafe under the requirements of convent life and imagined that there was a conspiracy plotting to imprison her in a convent in Canada. After fleeing Mt. Benedict, she published an anti-Catholic expose, Six Months in a Convent, filled with tales of abuse that she and other nuns allegedly suffered. Indeed, Reed wasn't the only nun to run away. Her escape was followed by that of a Sister St. John, who the hardworking but overwhelmingly poor townsfolk believed was brought back against her will by the bishop. The Ursuline nuns' dual purpose to serve the poor and to educate wealthy young women was increasingly resented by the struggling laborers who traveled to CharlestownAoften from farms in distant New HampshireAin search of work. Reed's escape, coupled with a series of anti-Catholic sermons by the Reverend Lyman Beecher (Harriet Beecher Stowe's father), served as the spark that ignited the townsfolk's burning anger. Schultz is to be commended for her riveting historical study, which is plotted like a novel, with tight pacing and fully realized characters. (Oct.)
 


Title: The Irish: A Photohistory, 1840-1940.

Author: Sexton, Sean. Kinealy, Christine

Publisher: New York : Thames & Hudson. 2002 Pages: 224.

Subject: Ireland -- History -- 1837-1901 -- Pictorial, works. Ireland -- History -- 20th century -- Pictorial, works. Ireland -- Social life and customs -- Pictorial, works.

Category: Arts & Photography -- Photography -- General

ISBN: 0-500-51097-0

LCC #: DA951.S49 2002


  The history of Ireland, at least from the advent of photography to the start of WWII, is solemnly rendered here by Sexton, a photo archivist. The book begins with harrowing images from the dawn of photography in the 1840s, which also happened to be the start of the potato famine in Ireland. Two categories of people often overlooked in early photography, the poor and women, are very much in evidence here, as they bore the brunt of suffering in the Irish countryside. The text, by historian Kinealy (This Great Calamity: The Irish Famine 1845-52), offers a general summary of the living conditions and political situation in Ireland up through the 1930s. The photos are abundant in number (271 b&w and sepia prints) and numbing in overall effect; the text is standard analysis. Together, however, the two merge into an eloquent portrait of a long century of struggle in what was one of Europe's poorest countries. Yet there's more than hardship here, including a portrait of James Joyce, thriving turn-of-the-century markets, and a handsome shop (with "shopgirls") in the Curragh, County Kildare.
 


Title: Willie Pape's Irish Diamonds.

Author: Shaw, W. F.

Publisher: Philadelphia : W. F. Shaw 1893 Pages: 114.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN:

LCC #:


  Sheet music of Irish songs.
 


Title: Ireland: A Photographic Journey.

Author: Sheehy, Terence.

Publisher: New York : Crescent Books. 1990 Pages: 128.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN: 0-517-01500-5

LCC #: DA982.S52 1990


 
 


Title: Landscapes Of Ireland.

Author: Sheehy, Terence.

Publisher: New York : Crescent Books. 1986 Pages: 288.

Subject:

Category: Travel -- Europe -- Ireland -- General

ISBN: 0-517-46289-3

LCC #: DA978.2 S43 1986


 
 


Title: Brendan the Navigator: Exploring the Ancient World.

Author: Simms, George Otto.

Publisher: : Irish American Book Company. 1991 Pages: 96.

Subject:

Category: Biographies & Memoirs -- Historical

ISBN: 0-86278-241-4

LCC #: BX4700.B8 S55 1990


 
 


Title: Exploring the book of Kells.

Author: Simms, George Otto.

Publisher: Dublin : O'Brien Press 1988 Pages: 0.

Subject:

Category: Book of Kells : Illustrations.

ISBN:

LCC #: ND3359.K4 S57 1988


 
 


Title: Newport pleasures and palaces. Introd. by Louis Auchincloss.

Author: Sirkis, Nancy.

Publisher: New York : Viking Press 1963 Pages: 158.

Subject: Newport (R.I.) -- Pictorial works. Newport (R.I.) -- Social life and customs.

Category: Newport (R.I.) -- Pictorial works

ISBN:

LCC #: F89.N5 S56


 
 


Title: Catholicism, Chicago Style

Author: Skerrett, Ellen

Publisher: Chicago : Loyola University Press Pages: 0.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN: 0-8294-0774-X

LCC #: BX 1418.C4S44 1993


  Additional Authors: Kantowicz, Edward R. Avella, Steven M.
 


Title: Flintlock & powderhorn : magazine of the Sons of the Revolution

Author: Sons of the Revolution. General Society

Publisher: New York : General Society Sons of the Pages: 0.

Subject: United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783. Periodicals -- Sons of the Revolution.

Category: United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783

ISBN:

LCC #: E202.4.A125


  Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (summer 1977); Title from cover. None published in 1979? No v. 2, no. 1 published? SERBIB/SERLOC merged record
 


Title: The Southern Star, a special millennium supplement.

Author: The Southern Star.

Publisher: Co. Cork : The Southern Star 2000 Pages: 24.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN:

LCC #:


 
 


Title: The Antiquities of Ireland

Author: Stalley, Roger

Publisher: Dublin, Ireland : Irish Architectural Archive Pages: 0.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN: 0-9515536-5-8

LCC #: DA 92.S 1991


 
 


Title: Ballots and Bibles: Ethnic Politics and the Catholic Church in Providence (Cushwa Center Studies of Catholicism in Twentieth-Century America).

Author: Sterne, Evelyn Savidge.

Publisher: Ithaca, N.Y. : Cornell University Press. 2003 Pages: 304.

Subject: Catholic Church -- Rhode Island -- Providence. Political activity -- History. Immigrants -- Rhode Island -- Providence -- Catholics.

Category: History -- Americas -- General

ISBN: 0-8014-4117-X

LCC #: BX1418.P76 S74 2003


  By the mid-nineteenth century, Providence, Rhode Island, an early industrial center, became a magnet for Catholic immigrants seeking jobs. The city created as a haven for Protestant dissenters was transformed by the arrival of Italian, Irish, and French-Canadian workers. By 1905, more than half of its population was Catholic-Rhode Island was the first state in the nation to have a Catholic majority. Civic leaders, for whom Protestantism was an essential component of American identity, systematically sought to exclude the city's Catholic immigrants from participation in public life, most flagrantly by restricting voting rights. Through her account of the newcomers' fight for political inclusion, Evelyn Savidge Sterne offers a fresh perspective on the nationwide struggle to define American identity at the turn of the twentieth century. In a departure from standard histories of immigrants and workers in the United States, Ballots and Bibles views religion as a critical tool for new Americans seeking to influence public affairs. In Providence, this book demonstrates, Catholics used their parishes as political organizing spaces. Here they learned to be speakers and leaders, eventually orchestrating a successful response to Rhode Island's Americanization campaigns and claiming full membership in the nation. The Catholic Church must, Sterne concludes, be considered as powerful an engine for ethnic working-class activism from the 1880s until the 1930s as the labor union or the political machine.
 


Title: Plays, poems, and prose.

Author: Synge, J. M.

Publisher: London : Dent. 1958 Pages: 301.

Subject:

Category:

ISBN:

LCC #:


 
 


Title: To School Through The Fields.

Author: Taylor, Alice.

Publisher: : St. Martin's Griffin. 1994 Pages: 168.

Subject:

Category: Biographies & Memoirs -- Ethnic & National : Irish

ISBN: 0-312-10560-6

LCC #:


  This charming memoir of childhood is a bestseller in Ireland, where Taylor tends the market and post office of Innishannon. She brings to life the simple delights of growing up on a farm in a large family ruled by a loving mother and a father who had "a high level of intelligence and a low threshold of tolerance." The children were reared in an environment structured according to the cycles of nature, enjoyed relative freedom and observed the facts of life unfolding daily before them. A delightful evocation of Irishness and of the author's deep-rooted love of "the very fields of home," this picture of bucolic life in an earlier time, with its rituals of religion and the antics of local characters, has universal appeal. Copyright 1990 Reed Business Information, Inc.
 


Title: A Writer's Ireland.

Author: Trevor, William.

Publisher: New York : Viking Adult 1984 Pages: 192.

Subject: Literary landmarks -- Ireland. English literature -- Irish authors -- History.

Category: Literature & Fiction : General : Classics

ISBN: 0-670-79082-6

LCC #: PR8731.T74x 1984b


  Bibliography: p. 178-179. Includes index.
 


Title: CRM : [bulletin].

Author: United States. National Park Service.

Publisher: Washington, DC : U.S. Dept. of the Interior Pages: 0.

Subject: Cultural property -- Protection -- United States -- Periodicals.

Category: Cultural property -- Protection -- United States

ISBN:

LCC #: E151.C75


  No longer distributed to depository libraries in a physical form, 2003- Some v. contain special unnumbered issues. Some issues accompanied by supplements with distinctive Titles. Some issues also available via the Internet at the NPS web site. Address as of 6/16/06: http://crmjournal.cr.nps.gov/.
 


Title: 19 Sherman St. - Interview

Author: Unknown

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  interview with Mrs. Elizabeth Arnold.
 


Title: Barney St. Cemetery

Author: Unknown

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Title: Cemetery - St. Joseph's - Barney St.

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Title: Cooking II

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Title: Dubliners Dublin

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Title: HIstory of Ireland

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Title: History of Ireland - Geneology

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Title: Ireland - Nature

Author: Unknown

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Title: Irish in America, v. 1

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  Tape 1 of 2. Lacks the last 30 minutes.
 


Title: Irish in America, v. 2

Author: Unknown

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  Tape 2 of 2.
 


Title: Irish Train Ride

Author: Unknown

Publisher: Old Colony : 2000 Pages: 0.

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Title: Museum Newport History Tape

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Title: Out of Ireland

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Title: St. Joseph's Cemetery, Barney St. Newport, RI

Author: Unknown

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Title: St. Patricks' Day Parade.

Author: Unknown

Publisher: Newport, RI : 1988 Pages: 0.

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Title: The Irish in Newport

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Title: Tridentine rite - high mass/low mass benediction

Author: Unknown

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Title: Trinity.

Author: Uris, Leon

Publisher: Garden City, N.Y. : Doubleday 1976 Pages: 751.

Subject: Ireland -- History -- 1837-1901 -- Fiction. Ireland -- History -- Easter Rising, 1916.

Category: Ireland -- History -- 1837-1901 -- Fiction

ISBN: 0-385-03458-X

LCC #: PS3541.R46 TR74


 
 


Title: Ireland: a terrible beauty. The story of Ireland today [by] Leon Uris and Jill Uris.

Author: Uris, Leon. Uris, Jill

Publisher: Garden City, N.Y. : Doubleday. 1975 Pages: 288.

Subject: Ireland -- Northern Ireland.

Category: Ireland

ISBN: 0-385-07563-4

LCC #: DA906.U74 1978


 
 


Title: The Tri coloured ribbon; a selection of Irish songs and ballads

Author: Various

Publisher: Dublin : Walton's Musical Instrument Galleries Pages: 64.

Subject: Ballads, English -- Ireland -- Texts, Songs. English poetry -- Irish authors. Ireland -- Poetry.

Category: Ballads, English -- Ireland -- Texts

ISBN:

LCC #: PR8860.T7


 
 


Title: Irish life and landscape.

Author: Walker, J. Crampton.

Publisher: Dublin : Talbot Press [1927] Pages: 0.

Subject:

Category: Art, Irish : 20th century

ISBN:

LCC #: N6789.W27


 
 


Title: Walton's treasury of Irish songs and ballads.

Author: Walton's Musical Instrument Galleries. [from old

Publisher: Dublin : Walton's Musical Instrument Galleries Pages: 228.

Subject: English poetry -- Irish authors.

Category: English poetry -- Irish authors

ISBN:

LCC #: PR8860.W34


  Foreword signed: Martin A. Walton.
 


Title: Maud Gonne : a life.

Author: Ward, Margaret.

Publisher: London : Pandora. 1993 Pages: 0.

Subject:

Category: Politics

ISBN: 0-04-440881-1

LCC #: DA958.W37 1990


 
 


Title: Brendan the navigator: Footsteps in America

Author: WNVT - TV

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Title: The Irish Americans.

Author: Wood, Ernest.

Publisher: : BDD Promotional Books Company 1992 Pages: 96.

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ISBN: 0-7924-5563-0

LCC #: E184.I6 W66 1992


 
 


Title: The great hunger.

Author: Woodham-Smith, Cecil.

Publisher: : New England Library. 1964 Pages: 429.

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LCC #: DA950.7 .W88g 1970


 
 


Title: The Wilson quarterly.

Author: Woodrow Wilson International Center.

Publisher: Washington : Woodrow Wilson International Center. Pages: 0.

Subject: Scholarly periodicals -- United States.

Category: Scholarly periodicals -- United States

ISBN:

LCC #: AS36.W79 A37


  "A national review of ideas and information." Vol. 1 has five numbers. Availability: The Wilson Quarterly, P.O. Box 2450, Greenwich, Conn., 06803
 


Title: Ireland's civil war.

Author: Younger, Calton.

Publisher: [Douglas] : Fontana/Collins. 1979 Pages: 542.

Subject: Ireland -- History -- Civil War, 1922-1923.

Category: History -- Europe -- England -- General

ISBN: 0-00-635667-2

LCC #: DA963.Y6x 1979


  Bibliography: p. 527-530. Includes index.
 


Title: Between the Golden Ages and the Gilded Age: a history of the Southern Thames Street Neighborhood.

Author: Zipf, Catherine W. Blanchette, Chris

Publisher: Newport, R.I. : Salve Regina University 2004 Pages: 32.

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LCC #: F89.N5 B48 2004