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Donald M. MacRaild
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In a perceptive essay, Donald MacRaild argues that migration history is a. .

Given the paucity of studies of Irish women in nineteenth-century Britain, this essay stands out as a seminal contribution to the field. By contrast, this volume redresses the balance in favour of the cities.

Start by marking The Great Famine and Beyond . Donald MacRaild is Professor of British and Irish History having previously held chairs of History at the Northumbria University and Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand

Start by marking The Great Famine and Beyond: Irish Migrants in Britain in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Donald MacRaild is Professor of British and Irish History having previously held chairs of History at the Northumbria University and Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. Prior to that, he held lectureships at the universities of Northumbria and Sunderland. MacRaild was educated at Liverpool Polytechnic where, in 1989, he took a first-class bachelor of arts. Donald MacRaild is Professor of British and Irish History having previously held chairs of History at the Northumbria University and Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand

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MacRaild, Donald M. 1999 Crossing migrant frontiers: Comparative reflections on Irish migrants in Britain and the United States during the nineteenth century. Immigrants & Minorities, Vol. 18, Issue. 1999. Introduction:The great famine and beyond: Irish migrants in Britain in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Crossing migrant frontiers: Comparative reflections on Irish migrants in Britain and the United States during the nineteenth century.

Irish Migrants in Britain in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries. by Donald M. Published November 1999 by Irish Academic Press in Dublin, Ireland.

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The Great Famine and Beyond: Irish Migrants in Britain in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries. July 1999 · Journal of Historical Geography. From the late eighteenth century in Britain to the late twentieth century in predominantly rural societies in the global south, most descriptions of peasants provided by government planners or economists have been remarkably similar

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ISBN13:9780716527206. Release Date:February 2000. Publisher:Irish Academic Press. 00 lbs. Dimensions:8. History Social Science Social Sciences.

Irish Immigrants and Scottish Society in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries .

Irish Immigrants and Scottish Society in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries (Edinburgh: John Donald), pp. 45–6. D. MacRaild (2000) ‘Crossing Migrant Frontiers: Comparative Reflections on Irish Migrants in Britain and the United States during the Nineteenth Century’, in D. MacRaild (e. The Great Famine and Beyond: Irish Migrants in Britain in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries (Dublin: Irish Academic Press), p. 5. oogle Scholar.

MacRaild, Donald . Crossing Migrant Frontiers: Comparative Reflections on Irish Migrants in Britain and the United States during the Nineteenth Century, in Donald M. MacRaild, e. The Great Famine and Beyond: Irish Migrants in Britain in the Nineteenth and Twentieth. The Great Famine and Beyond: Irish Migrants in Britain in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries (Dublin, 2000)

Donald M. The Great Famine and Beyond: Irish Migrants in Britain in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries, Irish Academic Press, Dublin, 2000. Moody Davitt and Irish Revolution 1846-82, Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1981.

Donald M. Gary Peatling British Opinion and Irish Self-Government, 1865-1925: from Unionism to Liberal Commonwealth, Dublin, Ireland; Portland, OR : Irish Academic Press, 2001. Seán McMahon Charles Stewart Parnell, Dublin: Mercier Press, 2000. Alvin Jackson Home Rule; an Irish History 1800-2000, Phoenix, London, 2003

ëThe Great Famine and Beyond presents some of the most important findings. Many of the essays in this collection challenge the assumption that the Irish assimilated relatively easily into British society: reports of ìethnic fadeî have been exaggerated.í The Irish Times ëThe Great Famine and Beyond is an extremely valuable addition to the historiography of the Irish in Britain and will be warmly welcomed by students of Irish migration more generally. It provides evidence of the continuing vitality of the field and addresses issues of concern to all historians of migration and ethnicity. It will be a key reference point for students and researches for some time to come.í Reviews in History