South Tipperary 1570-1841: Religion, Land and Rivalry

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This study explores the interaction between the Protestant and Roman Catholic communities of South Tipperary from their earliest divergence c.1570 to the culmination of emancipation, c.1841. Particular attention is given to the ultimately unsuccessful strategies of the ruling Protestant establishment to secure hegemony in the region and thereby dominate the Roman Catholic majority. Making extensive use of maps to illustrate continuity and change in church and state organizations, this book analyzes how the ruled majority ...

South Tipperary 1570-1841: Religion, Land and Rivalry 2008, Four Courts Press

ISBN-13: 9781846820915

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