3 edition of But of course they were Irish found in the catalog.
But of course they were Irish
Evelyn Sinclair Tierney
|Other titles||History of Melrose, Iowa.|
|LC Classifications||F629.M446 T54 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||491 p. :|
|Number of Pages||491|
|LC Control Number||2001270288|
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This book provides the most complete, insightful, and understandable coverage of its subject. The difficulties it presents are well worth wading through. I recommend this book as the main text for introductory undergraduate courses in Irish History, and for others interested in coming to grips with this fascinating area of life and study/5(29).
In the more than 20 years since 'But of Course They Were Irish" was first published, it has become known as the “Melrose bible.” In Melrose, Iowa, and wherever former residents have roamed, the book holds a place of honor, easily seen and quickly referred to /5(28).
But Of Course They Were Irish. by Evelyn Sinclair Tierney “My mother was only two weeks old when her family got to Monroe County. I often wonder how they ever made it, but of course they were Irish.” – Alice Logan.
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“They were off the coast of Clare, near Inisheer. “They were waving their paddles up in the air, they had us spotted. “They are weak and tired of course, but they were sitting up and a.Audio. Tugann, ar ndóigh! Is í a bhean chéile í! Tug-in, er no-ee! Iss ee a van kay-leh ee! Yes, of course!
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