The men will talk to me: Kerry interviews by Ernie O’Malley Cormac K.H. O’Malley and Tim Horgan (eds) (Mercier Press, €19.99) ISBN 9781856359528   The title of this collection conveys […]

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Murphy’s later years were mainly spent in combating partition and conscription. The redoubtable lord mayor of Dublin (1917–24) Laurence O’Neill, a supporter of Larkin, described Murphy as the outstanding personality […]

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Big Jim Larkin was born on 28 January 1874 at 41 Combermere Street, in an Irish Catholic working-class enclave near the south-end docks in Liverpool. Both his parents came of […]

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Irish Guild of Embroiderers Irish Patchwork Society Irish Countrywomen’s Association, Blanchardstown Finglas Arts Squad Divas Girls’ Group, Finglas Arts Centre RADE (Rehabilitation through Art, Drama and Education) Rowlagh Women’s Arts […]

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James Larkin arrived in Ireland in 1907 to begin his union organising work. The first members were enrolled on 20 January 1909 in the new Irish Transport and General Workers’ […]

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