McBride, Terence

The experience of Irish migrants to Glasgow, Scotland, 1863-1891 : a new way of being Irish - Lewiston, N.Y.; Lampeter Edwin Mellen Press, 2006 - vi, 197 p. 24 cm. - .


Includes bibliographical references (p. [179]-188) and index.

Introduction -- Irish politics in early nineteenth century Glasgow -- Irish popular politics, the clergy and 'Fenian fever' -- John Ferguson and the mobilisation of the Irish vote -- The Catholic Church and the drink trade : their competing claims to the Irish vote -- The Glasgow Irish and the politics of land reform -- The politics of 'the democracy' and Irish identity.

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