Explore the history of Ireland through the people who lived it.

British Library Newspapers Part VI: Ireland 1783-1950 adds additional titles published in Ireland in the late eighteenth, across the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. A significant number of these are national publications but many are more regional from cities such as Dublin, Cork and Galway as well as more rural towns like Waterford, Tuam, Ballinasloe, and Birr. It will facilitate a range of scholarship across Irish Studies and British history, allowing researchers from a variety of disciplines to access several of the most formative and informed newspapers and periodicals that illuminate various aspects of Irish history, society, economy, politics and religion. Key topics include nationalism and Irish independence; Fenianism; the Roman Catholic Church; the Irish diaspora; the establishment of the Land League; the Irish literary revival; and sport and leisure.


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