Where's where in Dublin: a directory of historic locations, 1913-1923 : the Great Lockout, the Easter Rising, the War of Independence, the Irish Civil War
This Directory marks the 90th anniversary of the 1916 Rising and lists historic locations in Dublin on a street-by-street basis, describing the events which occurred in each during the tumultuous decade from the 1913 Lock-Out until the end of the Irish Civil War. Joseph E.A. Connell has catalogued the many sites of historic interest in Dublin and has used his knowledge over many years to guide visitors on the 1916 Rebellion walking tours.
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Abbey Street Lower Abbey Street Middle April Arthur Griffith Barracks Battalion Bloody Sunday Britain Street British Brunswick Street Bulmer Hobson Byrne Cathal Brugha Ceannt Church Civil Clanwilliam Clarke Collins's command Cork Countess Markievicz Cumann na mBan Dail Dawson Street Dawson Street/Mansion House Dublin Castle Eamonn Earlsfort Terrace Easter Eoin MacNeill executed Fianna Frank Frongoch garrison George Hall Harcourt Street Harry Boland Henry Street Hotel Ireland Irish Citizen Army Irish Republic Irish Volunteers James Connolly John Joseph Plunkett Kathleen Kevin Kildare Street killed Larkin Lynch Mary meeting Michael Collins Minister Mount Street Mountjoy Murphy Northumberland Road O'Brien O'Connor O'Hegarty O'Higgins O'Kelly O'Rahilly organisation Paddy Padraig Pearse Parnell party Patrick Peadar Prison Quay raided Republican Republicans/IRA Rising Rutland Square Ryan Sackville Street Lower Sackville Street Upper Seamus Sean MacDermott shot Sinn Fein St Stephen's Green Thomas MacDonagh Treaty Valera William wounded