West Cork Histories

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Sean Boyne: The Execution of Bridget Noble Sean Boyne: The Execution of Bridget Noble. The Missing Woman of the Beara Peninsula Troubles
Flor MacCarthy: A family on both sides Flor MacCarthy: A family on both sides of the 1921 Rosscarbery RIC barracks attack - Flor MacCarthy.
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David Edwards: The Great Earl of Cork Richard Boyle, first earl of Cork (1566-1643), ranks among the most famous and infamous figures in the history of early modern Ireland and the wider English Atlantic world. The archetypal crooked land-grabber who made his initial fortune defrauding the crown of hidden revenues; the grasping colonial adventurer who became the biggest landowner in the Munster Plantation and the richest subject of the crown throughout the Three Kingdoms.
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Gerald O’Brien on the Monster Repeal Meeting Gerald O’Brien in conversation with William Casey on the subject of Daniel O’Connell and the Monster Repeal Meeting, Skibbereen, June 1843’.
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Kieran Doyle: Memorials of the revolution in Cork West Cork historian Kieran Doyle discusses his project with Alan O'Rourke to map memorials of the revolutionary period across Cork