Irish Historical Studies

Some articles on irish, irish historical studies:

Nicholas Canny - Works - Papers, Articles and Review Articles
... Mellifont and the reorganization of Ulster', in The Irish Sword, IX (1970) pp ... 'The Flight of the earls, 1607', in Irish Historical Studies, XVII (1971), pp ... 'Changing views on Gaelic Ireland', in Topic 24 Themes in Irish Culture (Washington, Pennsylvania ...

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