Poetry Books by John Boyle O'reilly

John Boyle O'reilly Books, John Boyle O'reilly poetry book The Politics of Ethnicity Authors: Michael Walzer, Edward Kantowicz, John Higham
Publisher: Harvard University Press
Published Date: 1982
Categories: Social Science
Examines how ethnicity affects voting and party loyalty and looks at leadership among minority groups

John Boyle O'reilly Books, John Boyle O'reilly poetry book Fenian Diary Authors: D. B. Cashman
Publisher: Wolfhound Press (IE)
Published Date: 2001
Categories: Convict ships
In 1867, Fenianism in Ireland was at its peak. The English, desperate to stem the tide of rebellion, banished convicted Fenians, along with thousands of common criminals, to exile in Australia. The Hougoumont, the last official convict ship to Australia, sailed in the autumn of 1867 with young Denis B. Cashman of Waterford on board. He was convicted of felony treason and sentenced to seven years' penal servitude. On the long journey, Cashman kept a diary where he shares in poignant detail his homesickness, wry humour, new friendships, adversity, and fear. -- Publisher description

John Boyle O'reilly Books, John Boyle O'reilly poetry book Looking Back at South Shore History Authors: John J. Galluzzo
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
Published Date: 2013-08-13
Categories: History
From Plymouth Rock to Quincy granite, the South Shore of Boston has been a place of revolution, relaxation and revelation. Artists have gained inspiration from the meeting of sea and shore, enemy navies have targeted its strategic ports and, in better days, merrymakers have sought its warming sun, cooling breezes, amusement parks and historic and natural landmarks. The Toll House Cookie, the song "When the Red, Red Robin (Comes Bob, Bob, Bobbin' Along)" and the U.S. Navy's rallying cry "Don't give up the ship " all were South Shore born. John Galluzzo, author of "The North River: Scenic Waterway of the South Shore" and "When Hull Freezes Over," gathers the best of his "Look Back" column in this compilation of historic vignettes from "South Shore Living" magazine.

John Boyle O'reilly Books, John Boyle O'reilly poetry book Shillelagh Authors: John W. Hurley
Publisher: Lulu.com
Published Date: 2007
Categories: History
For centuries the Irish have been associated with a stick weapon called the Shillelagh. And for generations of Irishmen, the Shillelagh was a badge of honor - a symbol of their courage, their martial prowess and their willingness to fight for their rights and their honor. In modern popular culture, the Shillelagh has acquired a less appealing image, one that attempts to declaw the Irish through negative racial stereotypes of the Victorian era, which depict the Irish as harmless club-weilding Leprecauns or drunken, half-witted brawlers. John Hurley's illuminating study forever alters our view of this much maligned and misunderstood cultural icon by revealing the true martial arts culture of the Irish people, its history, evolution and decline and the resulting effects on the Shillelagh - the most powerful and controversial of Irish icons.

John Boyle O'reilly Books, John Boyle O'reilly poetry book John Devoy's Catalpa Expedition Authors: John Devoy, Philip Fennell, Marie King
Publisher: NYU Press
Published Date: 2006-02-01
Categories: History
Philip Fennell and Marie King, both descendants of a pardoned Fenian prisoner, tell the story from John Devoy's own records and from the ship's logbooks. John Devoy's Catalpa Expedition includes an introduction by Terry Golway and the personal diaries, letters, and reports from John Devoy and his men"--Jacket.

John Boyle O'reilly Books, John Boyle O'reilly poetry book The King S Men Authors: Robert Grant, John Boyle O. Reilly, John Boyle O
Publisher: BiblioBazaar, LLC
Published Date: 2008-08
Categories: Fiction
There are few Americans who went to England before the late wars but will remember Ripon House.

John Boyle O'reilly Books, John Boyle O'reilly poetry book Moondyne Authors: John Boyle O'Reilly
Publisher:
Published Date: 1879
Categories: Australia
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John Boyle O'reilly Books, John Boyle O'reilly poetry book Moondyne Joe Authors: John Boyle O'Reilly
Publisher: Wildside Press LLC
Published Date: 2010-12
Categories: Fiction
This novel critiques the British Prison System of its time. John Boyle O'Reilly (1844-1890) poet and novelist, As belonged to the Irish Republican Brotherhood in youth. He was transported to Western Australia. After escaping to the United States, he became a prominent spokesperson for Irish sentiment and culture.

John Boyle O'reilly Books, John Boyle O'reilly poetry book Selected Poems of John Boyle O'Reilly Authors: John Boyle O'Reilly
Publisher: Franklin Classics Trade Press
Published Date: 2018-11-13
Categories: History
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In Memoriam A. H. H. OBIIT MDCCCXXXIII: Part 073
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So many worlds, so much to do,
So little done, such things to be,
How know I what had need of thee,
For thou wert strong as thou wert true?

The fame is quench'd that I foresaw,
The head hath miss'd an earthly wreath:
I curse not nature, no, nor death;
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