Arthur Griffith

Standard Name: Griffith, Arthur

Connections

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politics Constance, Countess Markievicz
CCM held training camps for the boys (initially at her home) at which, with Helena Molony and others, she gave them lessons in Gaelic, drills, and firearm handling. The new group was criticized by Arthur Griffith
politics Maud Gonne
In the long, agonising, and ultimately successful struggle for independence MG was again strenuously active in Ireland. She supported political prisoners and those condemned to execution, and worked with Charlotte Despard for the Irish White Cross
politics Constance, Countess Markievicz
She soon began to associate with activists Arthur Griffith , Bulmer Hobson , Eoin MacNeill , and Patrick Pearse , who were then members of such groups as the Irish Republican Brotherhood (IRB ).
Haverty, Anne. Constance Markievicz: An Independent Life. Pandora, 1988.
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politics Constance, Countess Markievicz
The journal, which was the first women's newspaper in Ireland, issued its first number this November, though CCM did not begin to publish articles in it until March 1909. Other contributors included Katharine Tynan ,...
Reception John Millington Synge
Maud Gonne , Arthur Griffith , and other nationalists demonstrated against the play, whose picture of Irish life they found unacceptable. They attributed its negative tone to the insidious and destructive tyranny of foreign influence.
McGuire, James, and James Quinn, editors. Dictionary of Irish Biography.
under Gonne
Textual Production Maud Gonne
William Rooney and Arthur Griffith (who later that year joined MG in founding the Transvaal Committee ) launched an Irish nationalist weekly, the United Irishman. In this they had financial backing from Gonne, who...

Timeline

28 November 1905
The Sinn Féin League was founded by Arthur Griffith , later President of the Executive Council of the Irish Free State, at a meeting in Dublin.
December 1914
Sinn Féin, the newspaper organized in 1906 by Arthur Griffith as a vehicle of the Irish nationalist group Sinn Féin , was suppressed.
December 1914
Sinn Féin, the newspaper organized in 1906 by Arthur Griffith as a vehicle of the Irish nationalist group Sinn Féin , was suppressed.
6 December 1921
The Irish delegation to negotiations at Westminster over the status of Ireland (Arthur Griffith , Michael Collins , and Robert Barton ) accepted the offer of Dominion Status, and the Anglo-Irish Treaty was signed.
14 April 1922
Four Courts, Dublin, was occupied by anti-Treaty or Republican forces. The final attack on them by Free State or provisional government forces launched on 28 June signalled the outbreak of the Irish Civil War.