The Ivy Leaf: The Parnells Remembered : Commemorative Essays
University College Dublin Press, 2006 - Biography & Autobiography - 204 pages
This collection of essays are meant for students of 19th century Ireland, the Parnell family, and the debate on 'commemoration history'. It uses the theme of commemoration to present the relationship between history and memory in the case of Charles Parnell and his family.
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Parnell at Kilmainham
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9 Oct American Anna Parnell Anna's anti-Parnellite arrest Avondale Barry O'Brien bishops Bordentown brother career Catholic cemetery Charles Stewart Parnell Clan na Gael colleagues commemoration Cork Cote Croke Dillon Donal McCartney Dublin F. S. L. Lyons Fall of Feudalism famine Fanny and Anna Fanny's Fenian Frank Callanan Freeman's Journal funeral Gladstone Glasnevin grave historians Home Rule House of Commons Ibid Independent Ireland Irish history Irish National Irish politics Irish-American Ivy Day ivy leaf Jane McL John Howard John Howard Parnell Katharine O'Shea Ladies land agitation Land League later Letters and Leaders lived memory Michael Davitt movement nationalist O'Connell O'Dempsey occasion oration organised Pamell Paris parliament parliamentary Parnell family Parnell monument Parnell Society Parnell's death Parnellites party patriot Pauric Travers prisoners Redmond reported republican Romantic Nationalism Sinn Fein sister speeches split Street T. M. Healy Tudor Stewart vols London Wicklow William O'Brien women wreath wrote