Forkhill Protestants and Forkhill Catholics, 1787-1858
Illustrations, Figures, and Maps Acknowledgements 1 The Sectarian Disease 2 Settlement and Resistance, 1787-1792 3 Rebellion, 1795-1798 4 Land and People, 1821 5 Education, 1790-1861 6 Outrage, 1832-1852 7 Famine, 1845-1850 8 Religion, 1846-1858 9 An Astronomy Lesson Appendix: A Ribbon Oath Notes Bibliography Index
This study is a notable addition to a growing corpus of Irish local and regional studies. Within its modern length she has made an elegant and perceptive addition to our understand of Ireland's past. Her fine study provides fascinating insights into a complex community undergoing profound changes.
Familia: Ulster Geneological Review, Number 23
A jarring corrective to generations of scholars and pundits wedded to the notion that “sectarianism” is at the heart of understanding social, cultural, and political Ulster.
Mark McGowan St Michael’s College, University of Toronto
An excellent work, written with flair.
Marianne Elliott Institute of IrishStudies, University of Liverpool
Size: 239 x 163 mm
Publication: March 1, 2006