Daughters of Ireland


Connections Sort descending Author name Excerpt
politics Maud Gonne
Since [n]one of the parties in Ireland want women, MG said, I have to work all by my lone, till I can form a woman's organization. First, with help from W. B. Yeats
politics Constance, Countess Markievicz
Constance, Countess Markievicz, joined the women's nationalist group Inghinidhe na hEireann (Daughters of Ireland ), founded by Maud Gonne in 1900. She joined Sinn Féin , too, this year.
Haverty, Anne. Constance Markievicz: An Independent Life. Pandora, 1988.
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Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. http://www.oxforddnb.com/, http://www.oxforddnb.com/.
politics Constance, Countess Markievicz
Activist Constance, Countess Markievicz, addressed the Students' National Literary Society on the topic of Women, Ideals and the Nation. The Inghinidhe na hEireann (Daughters of Ireland ) published the lecture in pamphlet form...
politics Constance, Countess Markievicz
The organization was described as the first armed body of Nationalist Ireland.
Marreco, Anne. The Rebel Countess: The Life and Times of Constance Markievicz. Chilton Books, 1967.
It was a central participant in the Easter Rising of 1916 .
Haverty, Anne. Constance Markievicz: An Independent Life. Pandora, 1988.
It had a comparatively open attitude about women, who...
Residence Constance, Countess Markievicz
The principal participants were CCM , Helena Molony , and Bulmer Hobson (Constance's husband was in the Ukraine). They held Fianna camps there, and commuted back into Dublin for Sinn Féin and Inghinidhe na hEireann
Textual Production Maud Gonne
The nationalist women's organization MG founded, the Daughters of Erin , created Bean na hÉireann (Woman of Ireland), a nationalist monthly for women. MG was present for the meeting at which Helena Molony proposed the...
Textual Production Maud Gonne
The stage rights belonged to the Daughters of Erin , but the play was never produced.
Levenson, Samuel. Maud Gonne. Reader’s Digest Press, 1976.
Textual Production Constance, Countess Markievicz
Shortly after CCM spoke to the Students' National Literary Society in March 1909, her lecture, Women, Ideals and the Nation was published as a pamphlet by the Inghinidhe na hEireann (Daughters of Ireland )...


1 July 1900
Nationalists held the Patriotic Children's Treat at Clonturk Park, Dublin, in retaliation for children's events held during the visit of Queen Victoria to Ireland in April of that year.
November 1908
Bean na h-Eireann (whose title means Woman of Ireland) began publishing in Dublin as the organ of the nationalist group Inighnidhe na h-Eireann , Daughters of Ireland.


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