The Irish in the Atlantic world edited by David T. Gleeson.

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Corporate Author: ProQuest (Firm)
Other Authors: Gleeson, David T.
Format: Electronic eBook
Published: Columbia, S.C. : University of South Carolina Press, c2010.
Series:Carolina lowcountry and the Atlantic world.
Table of Contents:
  • The Irish Atlantic? / David T. Gleeson
  • Mathewite temperance in Atlantic perspective / Paul Townend
  • The anatomy of failure : nineteenth-century Irish copper mining in the Atlantic and global economy / William H. Mulligan Jr.
  • Transatlantic migrations of Irish music in the early recording age / Scott Spencer
  • The "idea of America" in the new Irish state, 1922-1960 / Bernadette Whelan
  • "The transmigrated soul of some West Indian planter" : absenteeism, slavery, and the Irish national tale / Susan M. Kroeg
  • Slavery, Irish nationalism, and Irish American identity in the South, 1840-1845 / Angela F. Murphy
  • "From the cabins of Connemara to the kraals of Kaffirland" : Irish nationalists, the British Empire, and the "Boer fight for freedom" / Bruce Nelson
  • Kathleen O'Brennan and American identity in the transatlantic Irish Republican movement / Catherine M. Burns
  • "Blues coming down Royal Avenue" : Van Morrison's Belfast blues / Lauren Onkey
  • The "quadripartite concern" of St. Croix : an Irish Catholic experiment in the Danish West Indies / Orla Power
  • The Irish and the formation of British communities in early Massachusetts / Marsha L. Hamilton
  • From Ulster to the Carolinas : John Torrans, John Greg, John Poaug, and Bounty emigration, 1761-1768 / Richard K. MacMaster
  • "The unacclimated stranger should be positively prohibited from joining the party" : Irish immigrants, Black laborers, and yellow fever on Charleston's waterfront / Michael D. Thompson
  • The Orange Atlantic / Donald M. MacRaild.