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P. J. McCall wrote “Follow Me Up to Carlow” which describes the struggles of Irish clan leaders against British rule in Ireland in the late 16th century. The Battle of Glenmalure took place in 1580. Fiach Mac Hugh O’Byrne, the … Continue reading
Thomas Ashe was mentioned in an article a few weeks ago, which was about the battle at Ashborne. After this battle, he was arrested and sent to prison. Subsequently released, but quickly arrested again, Ashe went on a hunger strike, where … Continue reading
Countess Constance Markievicz became actively involved in Ireland’s nationalist politics in 1908. She joined the Daughters of Ireland, a revolutionary women’s movement. She came directly to her first meeting from a function at Dublin Castle, wearing a satin ball-gown and … Continue reading
Francis Sheehy-Skeffington was a journalist, and pacifist from County Cavan. He became a founding member of the Irish Socialist Party. With expectations of a defensive role in the Irish Citizen Army, he agreed to become Vice-Chairman, but resigned when it … Continue reading