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Land war and eviction in Derryveagh, 1840-65 by Liam Dolan

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Published by Annaverna Press in Dundalk .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Ireland,
  • Derryveagh Mountains Region

Subjects:

  • Farm tenancy -- Ireland -- Derryveagh Mountains Region -- History -- 19th century.,
  • Eviction -- Ireland -- Derryveagh Mountains Region -- History -- 19th century.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. 209-211.

Statementby Liam Dolan.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHD1511.I732 D473 1980
The Physical Object
Pagination217 p. :
Number of Pages217
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3832166M
ISBN 100906576024
LC Control Number81145248
OCLC/WorldCa7502441

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In , Liam Dolan, after extensive, exhaustive research, published his epic work entitled, "Land War and Evictions in Derryveagh" (1).This present effort is a Review of that Book, primarily for the benefit of those who are descendants or relatives of the 47 families cruelly evicted over a period of three days in April of in Derryveagh, Electoral District of Gartan, Donegal, Ireland. Purchasing tracts of land in the Derryveagh Mountains, he’d built up a holding of ab acres and leased even more land to create a hunting preserve for his own personal use. Taking a cue from his uncle’s service to mighty English landholders, he resolved to clear any tenant farmers off . An article by Paul J. Mc Geady. In , Liam Dolan, after extensive, exhaustive research, published his epic work entitled, “Land War and Evictions in Derryveagh” (1).This present effort is a Review of that Book, primarily for the benefit of those who are descendants or relatives of the 47 families cruelly evicted over a period of three days in April of in Derryveagh, Electoral. )4 In Liam Dolan published his Land war and eviction in Derryveagh , concentrating largely on the material in the Larcom papers and the registered papers of the Chief Secretary’s Office)5 Finally, in two articles in Country Life by John Cornforth set Glenveagh Castle firmly in its historical context by describing the.

The book "Land War and Eviction in Derryveagh by Liam Dolan contains information about Patrick and Elizabeth Campbell (especially Elizabeth Campbell) and tells us the reason why the Campbell family left the district, and then Ireland. I purchased a copy from Foyle Books in Londonderry. Land War and Eviction in Derryveagh, , Liam Dolan. This book was undertaken in the clear knowledge that it would be unlikely that the complete story of the Derryveagh . Readers of my blog may like to know that my new book 'The Donegal Plantation and the Tír Chonaill Irish, ' will be launched next Friday at 7pm in Renehan Hall, in Maynooth University South Campus. Professor Colm Lennon will speak and eight other books will be launched at the same time.   THE story of the Derryveagh evictions has lead one woman on a fifteen year journey to find out about her Donegal ancestry and heritage. Mary Mazzetti lives in Australia and knows that her grandparents emigrated from Donegal but is still in search of a missing townland that connects her to the Conaghan family of her ancestors.

Search our Books Browse Authors. L. Dolan, Land war and eviction in Derryveagh –65 (Dundalk, ). W.T. Hagan, Charles Goodnight: father of the Texas Panhandle (Norman, ). R. Spiegelman, ‘The Adairs of Donegal: towards a transatlantic game plan’ (2 parts), Donegal Annual ( & ). The Derryveagh—Australia Connection The history of the Derryveagh Evictions has been well documented by A. M. Sullivan in 'New Ireland', Dr. Vaughan in 'Sin, Sheep and Scotsmen', and by Éiårn Dolan in 'Land war and evictions in '. It has been recorded in song, is part of the folklore of the Gartan area, and recently made. Australia’s free online research portal. Trove is a collaboration between the National Library of Australia and hundreds of Partner organisations around Australia.