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

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Index entries followed by the letter 't' indicate references within tables.
Act of Union (1800) 2
Agricultural Reformatories 80
Akbar (training ship) 80
Aleifasakure Toummanah, D.T. 316
Aliens Act (1905) 54
amateur dramatic societies 232–3
America, emigration to 256
American culture 217 see also blackface minstrelsy
Americans see 'Irish Yankees'; Irish-Americans
Amnesty Association 181, 183
Ancient Order of Hibernians 97, 98–9, 118, 119
Anderson, Arthur 170, 173
Anglicanism 3 see also Protestants
Archdeacon, George 164, 200
arms smuggling 176–7, 270–1, 287
army see Irish Brigade; Liverpool 8th Irish Battalion; Liverpool Irish National Volunteer Force
Asian migrants see Chinese community
Aspinall, J.B. 130–1
assimilation, middle-class Irish 14
asylums see night asylums 'Atlantic ferry' 2, 5
Austin, Alfred 74
Aylmer, Barry 201
B and I Line 270
Baltic (ship) see S S Baltic
banks see penny banks
barter economy 37
beggars, Irish 74
Behan, Brendan 313–14
Belfast, Presbytery of see Presbytery of Belfast
Belgian refugees 252
Berry, Father 87
Bidwill, Peter Silvester 127, 130
Birnie, Patrick 110
birth rate, Irish, 59 see also population, Irish migrants
'Black '47' 60, 74
black migrants 315–17
blackface minstrelsy 217, 221, 225, 226, 228, 234–6
'Blackman's Alley' 85
Blackrock (ship) see S S Blackrock
Bligh, Dr Alexander Murray 137, 147
Bligh brothers 11
'Bloody Sunday' see 'Red Sunday' (13 August 1911)
Boer War, Irish support for 207–8
bombing campaigns 179, 181, 312–13
Boucicault Amateurs 233
Boucicault, Dion 230–2
'Boys of Wicklow, The' (play) 212
Braddock, Jack 269, 302
Brady, Edward 281–2
Bramley-Moore, John 160
Brenard, Professor 181, 182

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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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