2 edition of Recollections of Fenians and Fenianism found in the catalog.
Recollections of Fenians and Fenianism
|Statement||by John O"Leary. Vol.2.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 248p. :|
|Number of Pages||248|
Fenianism, a form of militant Irish American nationalism, arose after the failed rebellion in Ireland amid the nativism and poverty facing Famine-generation Irish in America. The Fenian Brotherhood, a secret society formed in New York in to promote Irish independence, found a home among the roug Irish immigrants living in Chicago on the eve of the Civil War. This text provides the context for Fenianism and a perspective on the social and political history of mid-Victorian Ireland. The Fenian movement of the midth century is one of the central elements in the story of Irish nationalism. It was a decisive factor in the land war of the late s, early s, and in the evolution of Parnell's political career.
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Define Fenianism. Fenianism synonyms, Fenianism pronunciation, Fenianism translation, English dictionary definition of Fenianism. William Murphy, "Narratives of Confinement: Fenians, Prisons and Writing, " in Fearghal McGarry and James McConnel (eds.), The the book examines the effects of the agricultural depression of the late. Fenianism – name popularly given to militant Irish republicanism, in opposition to constitutionalism and its limited goal of Irish Home Rule. "Fenians" were the bogeymen of British politics from the s to the s (when their place in public disdain was usurped by "Sinn Feiners").
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Recollections of Fenians and Fenianism. New York, Barnes & Noble [, ©] (OCoLC) Named Person: John O'Leary; John O'Leary: Document Type: Book: All Authors /. RECOLLECTIONS OF FENIANS AND FENIANISM.* MR. JOHN O'LEARY is an Irish gentleman, who in his boyhood came under the influence of the writings of Thomas Davis; was imprisoned before he was out of his teens for complicity in an attempt to liberate Smith O'Brien and the other Young Irelanders from Clonmel Gaol ; and from that time onwards lived in.
Recollections of fenians and fenianism by O'Leary, John, Publication date Topics Fenians Publisher London: Downey & Co., Limited 12 York Street, Covent Garden Collection bostonpubliclibrary; americana Digitizing sponsor Boston Public Library Contributor Boston Public Library.
Recollections of Fenians and Fenianism. With Portraits. London: Downey, First Edition. Two Volumes. Pages (1) xii, (2) vii, A very good set in original cloth, gilt titles to spines. John O'Leary was born in Tipperary Town in A history of the Fenians and the Irish Republican Brotherhood (IRB), Ma Fenianism was a nationalist republican movement and not a Catholic one.
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The Fenian Brotherhood (Irish: Bráithreachas na bhFíníní) was an Irish republican organisation founded in the United States in by John O'Mahony and Michael Doheny. It was a precursor to Clan na Gael, a sister organisation to the Irish Republican s were commonly known as "Fenians".O'Mahony, who was a Gaelic scholar, named his organisation after the Fianna, the.
Buy Recollections Of Fenians And Fenianism, Volume 1 by O'Leary, John (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : John O'Leary. Fenianism. Fenianism (Irish: Fíníneachas), according to O'Mahony, is symbolised by two principles: firstly, that Ireland has a natural right to independence, and secondly, that this right could be won only by an armed term Fenianism was sometimes used by the [English] political establishment in the s for any form of mobilisation among the Irish or those who expressed any.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : John O'Leary. Recollections of Fenians and Fenianism, (London, Downey & co., ), by John O'Leary (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Reminiscences of John Adye Curran, k.c., late county court judge and chairman of quarter sessions; (London, E.
Arnold, ), by John Adye Curran (page images at. Fenian, member of an Irish nationalist secret society active chiefly in Ireland, the United States, and Britain, especially during the name derives from the Fianna Eireann, the legendary band of Irish warriors led by the fictional Finn MacCumhaill (MacCool).
The society was founded in the United States by John O’Mahony and in Ireland by James Stephens (). Mitchell Snay: Fenians, Freedmen and Southern Whites Edward Sowles: Fenianism and Fenian Raids in VT (Vt. Hist Society book ) C P Stacey: A Fenian Interlude - The Story of Michael Murphy Alexander Starbuck: The History of The American Whale Fishery Peter F Stevens: Rogue’s March – John Riley and the St Patrick Battalion.
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Fenian was an umbrella term applied to members of various Irish nationalist organisations during the 19th century. Fenians operated through secret societies like the Irish Republican Brotherhood, launching a series of armed raids into Canadian territory between and Although the movement was primarily based in the United States, it had a significant presence in Canada.