By W. E. Vaughan
A New heritage of Ireland is the biggest scholarly venture in smooth Irish heritage. In nine volumes, it presents a accomplished new synthesis of recent scholarship on each element of Irish heritage and prehistory, from the earliest geological and archaeological proof, throughout the heart a while, right down to the current day.
Volume VI opens with a personality research of the interval, via ten chapters of narrative historical past, and a research of eire in 1914. It comprises extra chapters at the economic climate, literature, the Irish language, song, arts, schooling, management and the general public carrier, and emigration.
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Extra info for A New History of Ireland: Volume VI: Ireland Under the Union, II: 1870-1921
The census of 1891 had shown that less than 15 per cent of the population claimed a knowledge of the language, which during the century had been abandoned on a large scale in favour of the evidently more useful and more fashionable English. Like Griffith, Douglas Hyde, first president of the Gaelic League, had had revealed to him the superficiality of mere political independence. What the country needed, he declared, was to be 'de-anglicised' in every aspect of its life. In the early years of the new century the league acquired widespread membership and support.
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A New History of Ireland: Volume VI: Ireland Under the Union, II: 1870-1921 by W. E. Vaughan