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Irish migrants in modern Britain, 1750-1922

by Donald M. MacRaild

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Published by Macmillan Press in Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Irish -- Great Britain -- 18th century.,
  • Irish -- Great Britain -- 19th century.,
  • Irish -- Great Britain -- 20th century.,
  • Immigrants -- Great Britain -- History.,
  • Great Britain -- Emigration and immigration.,
  • Ireland -- Emigration and immigration.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementDonald M. MacRaild.
    SeriesSocial history in perspective
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 230 p. ;
    Number of Pages230
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16639350M
    ISBN 100333677625, 0333677617

    Perhaps his best known work is The Irish Diaspora in Britain, () which is a revised, extended and updated version of his Irish Migrants in Modern Britain, (). He is currently writing a book on Ribbonism in Britain and Ireland with Kyle Hughes, also of Northumbria University. Irish Media A Critical History, By John Horgan , Hardcover. $

      Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Donald M Macraild books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Irish Migrants in Modern Britain, Donald M MacRaild. 01 May Hardback. unavailable. Try AbeBooks. Studying History. Professor Jeremy Black. 24 May Paperback. unavailable. Try AbeBooks. Irish. migration from Ireland. In Culture, Conflict and Migration: the Irish in Victorian Cumbria () and Irish Migra7its in Modern Britain, () he also noted that the Orange Order served useful social, religious, economic and polit ical functions for many immigrant workers from Ulster. In .

    Faith, Fraternity and Fighting: The Orange Order and Irish Migrants in Northern England, c. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, Author: Roger Swift. “The Irish in Britain, ”, , University of Leeds “Online Bibliography of Material Relating to the Irish in Early Modern Europe” (under construction), The Irish in Europe Project, Department of Modern History, Even the appearance of a six-book series entitled 'The Irish World Wide', while significant, did.


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: Irish Migrants in Modern Britain, (Social History in Perspective) (): MacRaild, Donald M.: BooksCited by: In this book, Donald MacRaild studies the Irish who settled in Britain and the often adverse reactions to them.

Fromas Ireland became an increasingly full part of the United Kingdom, to the final parting of the ways in when the Irish Free State was formed, the often troubled relationship between Ireland and Britain meant that the. Until the advent of 'New Commonwealth' migration in the s, the Irish were by far the largest ethnic minority in Britain.

This study focuses on the most important phase of Irish migration, providing an analytical discussion of why and how the Irish settled in such numbers.

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Get this from a library. Irish migrants in modern Britain, [Donald M MacRaild] -- Until the post-war era, the Irish were by far the largest ethnic minority in Britain.

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Irish Migrants in Modern Britain, by Donald M McRaid. Another great overall resource on the Irish in England.

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Manchester Historical Maps. Richard, a fellow genealogist with ancesters in Manchester shared this. De Nie, Michael, The Eternal Paddy: Irish Identity and the British Press,(Wisconsin, ) Finnegan, Frances, Poverty and Prejudice: A Study of Irish Immigrants in York(Cork, ) MacRaild, Donald, Irish Migrants in Modern Britain(London, ).

When compared to other works such as Patrick O'Sullivan's diasporically and cross disciplinarian collections The Irish in the New Communities (6 volumes ) or Donald MacRaild's Culture, Conflict and Migration: The Irish in Victorian Cumbria () and his excellent Irish Immigrants in Modern Britain, (), this new volume feels a.

Originally published with the title: Irish migrants in modern Britain, Related Work MacRaild, Donald M. Irish migrants in modern Britain, ISBN (hbk.) (hbk.) (pbk.) (pbk.). The Irish in Britain, A Bibliographic Essay by Donald MacRaild ([email protected]) Irish Migrants in Modern Britain,Macmillan, Basingstoke & London,ISBN 0 7 hardback, 0 5 paperback, where the reader will also find more detailed discussion of issues raised here.

Several book. Liverpool: the Irish connection: the story of some notable Irish people who helped create the great city of Liverpool: Southport: the author, p: National Library of Ireland: Donald M. MacRaild: Irish migrants in modern Britain, Basingstoke Macmillan Press p.

National Library of Ireland Ir m E.W. McFarland. He is the author of a number of books including Modern British History sinceEighteenth-Century Britainand Maps and History. DONALD M MACRAILD is Head of History at the University of Northumbria. His previous books (with Jeremy Black) include Studying History and Irish Migrants in Modern Britain, Cite this chapter as: MacRaild D.M.

() Conclusion. In: Irish Migrants in Modern Britain, – Social History in Perspective. Palgrave, London. Irish immigration into Britain quickened afterbut it was during the s and s that it dramatically swelled as a result of the potato famine in Ireland ().

By the Irish-born population in England and Wales had risen to(3 percent of the population) and toin Scotland (7 percent). "Irish Migrants in Britain A Documentary History" Cork, Ireland: Cork University Press. Swift, Roger and Gilley, Sheridan, Editors "The Irish in Victorian Britain - The Local Dimension" Dublin, Ireland: Four Courts Press (an assortment of authors are included in this book such as Carl Chinn, Frank Neal, Marie McClelland.

The nineetenth century was a period of striking developments, and subject to a great pressure of change. This process of change is the primary focus of the book. Organised into a series of thematic chapters, Black and MacRaild's wide-ranging text offers the reader an analysis of numerous Pages:.

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Graham Davis, The Irish in Britain, (Dublin, ). Donald M. MacRaild, Irish Migrants in Modern Britain, (Basingstoke, ), rewritten, extended, and expanded, with additional comparative material, as The Irish Diaspora in Britain, (Basingstoke, ).