The Irish National League in Dingle, County Kerry, 1885-92

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During the period 1885-92 the Irish National League was the largest nationalist organisation in the country. With a branch structure of over 1500 clubs nationwide it provided the backbone for the Home Rule movement as well as orchestrating agrarian agitation. This work concentrates on the movement's phenomenal rise and fall in the Dingle Poor Law Union. It examines the emergence of league courts through which the National League created an alternative legal system to that of the crown. These courts controlled access to land ...

The Irish National League in Dingle, County Kerry, 1885-92 2003, Four Courts Press, Dublin, Ireland

ISBN-13: 9781851827657

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