by Dr. Niamh Hamill MARY ANN ALLINGHAM 1820-1836 Will any one read my preface? (thought I to myself, as I sat down one evening with my Crow quill dipped in Indian ink in my fingers ready to begin an introductory page to my Friends ….
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A fascinating thread!
1/ On the richness of archival research when one has time to follow threads! This past week I have been following one case of sexual violence during the Irish War of Independence through several different archives! The experience has me thinking more about gendered #irishwmnhist
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