Ireland and America

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  • Author : Patrick Griffin
  • Publisher : University of Virginia Press
  • Pages : 356 pages
  • ISBN : 0813946026
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Ireland and America

Ireland and America
  • Author : Patrick Griffin,Francis D. Cogliano
  • Publisher : University of Virginia Press
  • Release : 07 July 2021
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Stories from Ireland and America

Stories from Ireland and America
  • Author : William Oliver O'Neill
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 26 June 2020
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Monsignor O'Neill is quite a storyteller. Through the years he has been encouraged to collect his tall tales into a book. This collection of stories spans 70 years from his childhood in the 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s Ireland to his more-than-50-year ministry in the United States. Some of the stories in this collection may seem to be outlandish or hard to believe. They are actually all true! O'Neill says, "Life is a journey. Scenes from that journey may make a

The Irish in America

The Irish in America
  • Author : William Russell Grace
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 24 January 1886
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This work is a short history of the Irish in the 13 colonies and the United States, focusing on their role in the American Revolution, immigration in the 19th century, and anti-Irish feeling.

Ireland s Exiled Children

Ireland s Exiled Children
  • Author : Robert Schmuhl
  • Publisher : Oxford University Press
  • Release : 10 March 2016
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In their long struggle for independence from British rule, Irish republicans had long looked west for help, and with reason. The Irish-American population in the United States was larger than the population of Ireland itself, and the bond between the two cultures was visceral. Irish exiles living in America provided financial support-and often much more than that-but also the inspiration of example, proof that a life independent of England was achievable. Yet the moment of crisis-"terrible beauty," as William

Irish America

Irish America
  • Author : Reginald Byron
  • Publisher : OUP Oxford
  • Release : 11 November 1999
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Few writers on the Irish in America have looked beyond the nineteenth-century ethnic enclaves of New York, Boston, Philadelphia, or Chicago, or have asked how the notion of an Irish-American ethnic identity in contemporary America can be reconciled with five, six, or seven generations of intermarriage and assimilation over the last century and a half. This study, based on interviews with 500 people of Irish ancestry in Albany, New York, aims to discover in what senses and in what degrees the

The Irish Americans

The Irish Americans
  • Author : Jay P. Dolan
  • Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing USA
  • Release : 01 June 2010
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Jay Dolan of Notre Dame University is one of America's most acclaimed scholars of immigration and ethnic history. In THE IRISH AMERICANS, he caps his decades of writing and teaching with this magisterial history of the Irish experience in the United States. Although more than 30 million Americans claim Irish ancestry, no other general account of Irish American history has been published since the 1960s. Dolan draws on his own original research and much other recent scholarship to weave an insightful,

Strange Kin

Strange Kin
  • Author : Kieran Quinlan
  • Publisher : LSU Press
  • Release : 01 January 2005
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The ties between Ireland and the American South span four centuries and include shared ancestries, cultures, and sympathies. The striking parallels between the two regions are all the more fascinating because, studded with contrasts, they are so complex. Kieran Quinlan, a native of Ireland who now resides in Alabama, is ideally suited to offer the first in-depth exploration of this neglected subject, which he does to a brilliant degree in Strange Kin. The Irish relationship to the American South is

Journey of Hope

Journey of Hope
  • Author : Kerby Miller,Patricia Mulholland Miller
  • Publisher : Chronicle Books Llc
  • Release : 01 September 2001
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Drawn from personal letters, journals, and diaries of actual immigrants, a riveting three-dimensional book, filled with interactive foldouts, pockets, and evelopes that contain a vast array of documents, details the Irish in America and their extraordinary rise from adversity and prejudice to affluence and eminence.