Irish, Catholic and Scouse: The History of the Liverpool-Irish, 1800-1939

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Contents
List of Tablesvi
List of Abbreviationsvii
Acknowledgementsviii
Prefacexi
Introduction: 'A Piece Cut Of from the Old Sod Itself'1
Part One: 1800–1914
1Poor Paddy: The Irish in the Liverpool Labour Market27
2'The Lowest Depth': The Spatial Dimensions of Irish Liverpool56
3The Holy Sanctity of Poverty: Welfare, Charity and the Sacred Irish Poor70
4Faith and Fatherland: Ethno-Sectarian Collective Mutuality95
5Electoral Politics: Towards Home Rule121
6Extra-Parliamentary Politics: The American Connection157
7'Pat-riot-ism': Sectarian Violence and Public Disorder186
8Cultural Politics: National Regeneration and Ethnic Revival198
9Leisure: Irish Recreation216
Part Two: 1914–39
10The First World War: Free Citizens of a Free Empire249
11The Liverpool-Irish and the Irish Revolution263
12Depression, Decline and Heritage Recovery297
Bibliography324
Index351

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • List of Tables vi
  • List of Abbreviations vii
  • Acknowledgements viii
  • Preface xi
  • Introduction: 'A Piece Cut of from the Old Sod Itself' 1
  • Part One - 1800–1914 25
  • 1: Poor Paddy 27
  • 2: 'the Lowest Depth' 56
  • 3: The Holy Sanctity of Poverty 70
  • 4: Faith and Fatherland 95
  • 5: Electoral Politics 121
  • 6: Extra-Parliamentary Politics 157
  • 7: 'Pat-Riot-Ism' 186
  • 8: Cultural Politics 198
  • 9: Leisure: Irish Recreation 216
  • Part Two - 1914–39 247
  • 10: The First World War 249
  • 11: The Liverpool-Irish and the Irish Revolution 263
  • 12: Depression, Decline and Heritage Recovery 297
  • Bibliography 324
  • Index 351
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