4 edition of The Irish; how they live and work. found in the catalog.
The Irish; how they live and work.
Bibliography: p. 160.
|LC Classifications||DA906 .W33 1972b|
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|Number of Pages||166|
|LC Control Number||72183832|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wallace, Martin. Irish; how they live and work. Newton Abbot, David & Charles  (OCoLC) Document Type. Wallace, Martin The Irish (How They Live & Work S.) David & Charles. The Irish have had a significant impact on America across three centuries, helping to shape politics, law, labor, war, literature, journalism, entertainment, business, sports, and science.
This encyclopedia explores why the Irish came to America, where they settled, and how their distinctive Irish-American identity was formed. Well-known Irish Americans are profiled, but the work also captures.
The chapters in this book could be seen as a good example of the Irish mind at work. They are written by human scientists who explore, in accessible, lively and innovative ways, whether the Irish are significantly different and, if so, what are the origins, nature and significance of these differences.
In the nature of things, the subject sometimes outlives the original author and what emerges on the final day is a composite work. Historically, Irish obituaries in The Times reflected somewhat the troubled relationship that the paper had with Ireland from the days of Daniel O'Connell up to the creation of the independent Irish state.
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12 Famous Irish Books Everyone Needs to Read. Frank McCourt is probably about as Irish-American as they come and his memoir Angela’s Ashes details the early stages of his life in gritty detail – warts an’ all.
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