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Kathleen Clarke Nomination

Author : United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Energy and Natural Resources
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Revolutionary Woman Kathleen Clarke 1878 1972

Author : Kathleen Clarke
ISBN : UOM:39015021884948
Genre : Ireland
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Kathleen Clarke was a political activist and wife of Tom Clarke, first signatory of the Easter 1916 Proclamation. She was entrusted with all the plans and decisions of the Irish Republican Brotherhood prior to the Rising and in its aftermath lost both her husband and her only brother, Ned Daly, who were executed. This title presents her story.

Sharon Hill

Author : Kathleen Clarke
ISBN : 0738556866
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A community less than a square mile in size, Sharon Hill came into its own in the 19th century. The surroundings were mostly undeveloped until 1872, when the Philadelphia, Wilmington, and Baltimore Railroad ran its rails through the area. A few homes and farms dotted the landscape, and there were two passable roads. One main thoroughfare, known earlier as the Queen's Highway and now as Chester Pike, ran through the entire length of the town. With the arrival of the railroad, a town plan was developed and Sharon Hill added a few stores and businesses to its landscape. Affluent Philadelphians built their mansions along Chester Pike, and churches and schools soon followed. In 1890, Sharon Hill was incorporated as a borough when it separated from Darby Borough.

The Evil To Come

Author : Kathleen Clarke
ISBN : 1845492501
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The inscription on a tombstone and a miniature of a 19th century officer of the 28th Regt. sent to serve in Australia, led the author to trace the history of this first owner of a cattle station in Queensland. She wishes to share the fascinating facts she discovered concerning the soldiers; convicts; settlers and aborigines, as well as present day life at Western Creek. Visits, letters, historical and geographical research create a kaleidoscope of people and places in the British Isles and the Antipodes. Amazing co-incidences made her feel "Yes! This is for me!" Kathleen Clarke, B.A. (English, French and Latin) has spent most of her life teaching in England, France and Australia and writing letters. On retirement she took up creative writing, bridge and travelling to far-flung, exotic destinations. She has won numerous prizes for investigations into local history and has self-published a book about her hometown of Eastleigh, Hampshire. Travel articles have been published. She is a long-standing member of the British Brick Society.

Revolutionary Woman

Author : Kathleen Clarke
ISBN : 0862782945
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Kathleen Clarke was an Irish political activist and the wife of Tom Clarke, one of the leaders of the 1916 Easter Rising. Here is her firsthand account of growing up in a family dedicated to the fight for Irish independence. This eventually led to her direct involvement in the most exciting and important period of modern Irish history -- the years leading up to the Easter Rising and after, her husband's execution, her imprisonment in England, the Civil War -- through the early days of the Irish Republic and active roles as a member of the Dail and Senate and as Lord Mayor of Dublin. A gripping life story told with astonishing clarity of thought and memory.

The Seven

Author : Ruth Dudley Edwards
ISBN : 9781780748726
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On the morning of Easter Sunday, 23 April 1916, the seven men who made up the Military Council of the secret Irish Republican Brotherhood gathered in Dublin’s Liberty Hall. By noon, the Proclamation of the Irish Republic, in which they declared themselves to be the provisional government of an entity that claimed the allegiance of every Irishman and Irishwoman, had been taken to the printers. Each man knew full well that in putting his name to this document he had signed his own death warrant. Carnage, destruction, humiliation and posthumous glory followed. As did an Ireland that would have satisfied none of them – partitioned, sectarian, mean-spirited, hostile to challenge or creativity and governed by narrow self-interest. Increasingly, there is recognition that it’s time for an honest discussion of the Rising and its legacy. While not everyone agrees that what they did took Ireland in the right direction, there is no doubting that their proclamation and subsequent initiation of an armed rebellion profoundly changed the course of Irish history. A major contribution to the discourse, this is the first work to properly scrutinize Ireland’s founding fathers, examining how they came to espouse violence, how their lives converged and whether they had a coherent vision for Ireland or were, as some now allege, a collection of ill-assorted fanatical misfits and failures. Brilliant and thought-provoking, The Seven sets out to answer the fundamental questions of who the founding fathers really were and whether they were right or wrong.

Kathleen Clarke

Author : Kathleen Clarke
ISBN : 1847170595
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A UNIQUE, ABSORBING, FIRSTHAND ACCOUNT OF AN ACTIVIST DURING THE MOST EXCITING PERIOD IN IRISH HISTORY New edition to celebrate the renewed interest in 1916 and women's history - contains new material not published in previous editions. Kathleen Clarke was entrusted with all the plans and decisions of the Irish Republican Brotherhood prior to the Rising. In its aftermath her husband, Tom Clarke, and her only brother, Ned Daly, were both executed. Kathleen's story is one of incredible personal courage and commitment. As well as being an authentic and fascinating description of one of the most dramatic periods of Irish history. The book documents the setting up of Cumann na mBan, the O'Donovan Rossa funeral, Kathleen's time in prison with Countess Markievicz and Maud Gonne MacBride. It also covers the Black and Tan raids, the Treaty, the Civil War, and Kathleen's time as Dublin's first female Lord Mayor. A compelling and genuine first hand account of an activist during the most exciting and turbulent period of Irish history - the only first person account of 1916 ever published. This personal and vivid description offers a unique female perspective on 1916 and is illustrated with rare historical material and photos.

Thomas Clarke

Author : Helen Litton
ISBN : 9781847176547
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A fascinating examination of the life of Thomas Clarke, a member of the Fenians and a key leader of the Irish Republican Brotherhood in 1916. Clarke spent fifteen years in penal labour for his role in a bombing campaign in London between 1883 and 1898. He was a member of the Supreme Council of the IRB from 1915 and was one of the rebels who planned the 1916 Rising. He was the first signatory of the Proclamation of Independence and was with the group that occupied the GPO. He was executed on 3 May 1916. This accessible biography outlines Clarke's life, from joining the Republican Brotherhood as an eighteen year old, to his execution at the age of fifty-nine.

Kathleen Clarke Nomination

Author : United States. Congress
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Kathleen Clarke nomination : hearing before the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources, United States Senate, One Hundred Seventh Congress, first session, nomination of Kathleen Clarke, nominee to be Director of the Bureau of Land Management for the Department of the Interior, November 14, 2001.

Se N Macdiarmada

Author : Brian Feeney
ISBN : 9781847176530
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Seán MacDíarmada moved in the shadows, ultra-cautious about what he committed to paper, aware that his letters could be intercepted by the police. Because of this, history has not allocated MacDíarmada the prominent role he deserves in the organisation of the Easter Rising. This book gives Seán MacDíarmada his proper place in history. It outlines his substantial role in the detailed planning of the Rising, which led to him signing the Proclamation of the Irish Republic: second only to Tom Clarke.

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