1995-1978

1995 

  • Belchem, John, ‘The immigrant alternative: ethnic and sectarian mutuality among the Liverpool Irish during the nineteenth century’ in Owen R. Ashton, Robert Fyson & Stephen Roberts (eds), The duty of discontent: essays for Dorothy Thompson(London), 231-50.
  • Busteed, Mervyn, “The most horrible spot’? The legend of Manchester’s Little Ireland’, Irish Studies Review, 4:13, 12-19.
  • Campbell, Malcolm, ‘The Other Immigrants: Comparing the Irish in Australia and the United States’, Journal of American Ethnic History, 14, 3-22.
  • Clark, Dennis, ‘Irish women workers and American labor patterns: the Philadelphia story’ in Patrick O’Sullivan (ed), The Irish world wide. Vol. 4: Irish women and Irish migration(London), 113-130.
  • Cohen, Marilyn, ‘The migration experience of female-headed households: Gilford, Co. Down to Greenwich, New York, 1880-1910’ in Patrick O’Sullivan (ed), The Irish world wide. Vol. 4: Irish women and Irish migration(London), 131-45.
  • Crockett, George, David Noel Doyle & Kerby A. Miller, ‘Ulster migrants in an age of rebellion: the Crocketts of Raphoe’, Irish Economic and Social History, 22, 77-87.
  • Cullen, Bill, ‘The leaving of Liverpool’, Irish America, 11, 12-13.
  • De Fréine, Séan, ‘An gorta agus an Ghaelige’ in Cathal Póirtéir (ed), Gnéithe den ghorta(Coiscéim), 55-68.
  • Dobson, David, Irish emigrants in North America, part 2(St Andrews).
  • Doyle, David N. & Kerby A. Miller, ‘Ulster Migrants in an age of rebellion: the Crocketts of Raphoe’, Irish Economic and Social History, 22, 77-87.
  • Duffy, Patrick J., ‘Literary reflections on Irish migration in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries’ in Russell King & John Connell (eds), Writing across worlds: literature and migration(London), 20-38.
  • Fitzpatrick, David, ‘Flight from the famine’ in Cathal Póirtéir (ed), Gnéithe den ghorta(Coiscéim), 174-184.
  • Fitzpatrick, David (ed), Oceans of Consolation: Personal Accounts of Irish Migration to Australia (Carlton (VIC)).
  • Fraser, Lyndon, ‘Structure and agency: comparative perspectives on the Catholic Irish experience in New Zealand and the U.S.’, Australasian Journal of American Studies, 14:2, 87-103.
  • Fraser, Lyndon, “The ties that bind’: Irish Catholic testamentary evidence from Christchurch, 1876-1915’, New Zealand Journal of History, 29:1, 67-82.
  • Gallagher, Tom, ‘Irish Catholics in Scotland: from exile politics to integration’ in Éamon Phoenix (ed), A century of northern life: the Irish News and 100 years of Ulster history, 1890s-1990s(Belfast), 196-200.
  • Gray, Peter,The Irish famine(London).
  • Henry, Gráinne, ‘Women “wild geese”, 1585-1625: Irish women and migration to European armies in the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries’ in Patrick O’Sullivan (ed), The Irish world wide. Vol. 4: Irish women and Irish migration(London), 23-40.
  • Hewitt, Martin, ‘The itinerant emigrant lecturer: James Brown’s lecture tour of Britain and Ireland, 1861-1862’, British Journal of Canadian Studies, 10, 103-19.
  • Hickman, Mary J., Religion, class and identity: the state, the Catholic Church and the education of the Irish in Britain(Aldershot).
  • Hollett, Dave, Passage to the New World: packet ships and Irish famine emigrants, 1845-1851(Abergavenny).
  • Holmes-Walker, William, Best Foote forward: the story of the Foote family from Saxon times to the present day, in Britain and Ireland, and in the new worlds of America, Australia and New Zealand(London).
  • Hoy, Suellen, ‘The journey out: the recruitment and emigration of Irish religious women to the United States, 1812-1914’, Journal of Women’s History, 6&7, 64-98.
  • Ignatiev, Noel, How the Irish became white(New York).
  • Jacobson, Matthew Frye, Special sorrows: the diasporic imagination of Irish, Polish and Jewish immigrants in the United States(Cambridge, MA).
  • Jung, Edmond, ‘Iberians in Ireland?’ in Jean-Michel Picard (ed), Aquitaine and Ireland in the Middle Ages(Blackrock), 221-231.
  • Letford, Lynda & Colin G. Pooley, ‘Geographies of migration and religion: Irish women in mid-nineteenth-century Liverpool’ in Patrick O’Sullivan (ed), The Irish world wide, vol. 4: Irish women and Irish migration(London), 89-112.
  • Lugton, Alan, The making of Hibernian(Edinburgh).
  • MacLoughlin, William, ‘The Hibernian-Argentinian: a forgotten branch of the Irish diaspora’,Irish Genealogist, 9, 423-5.
  • MacRaild, Donald M., ‘Irish immigration and the “condition of England” question: the roots of an historiographical tradition’, Immigrants & Minorities, 14:1, 67-85.
  • McLoughlin, Dympna, ‘Superfluous and unwanted deadweight: the emigration of nineteenth-century Irish pauper women’ in Patrick O’Sullivan (ed), The Irish world wide, vol. 4: Irish women and Irish migration(London), 66-88.
  • McLoughlin, T. O., ‘A crisis for the Irish in Bordeaux: 1756’ in Michael O’Dea & Kevin Whelan (ed), Nations and nationalisms: France, Britain, Ireland and the eighteenth-century context(Oxford), 125-145.
  • McMahon, Eileen M., What parish are you from?: a Chicago Irish community and race relations(Lexington, KY).
  • Metress, Seamus P., The American Irish and Irish nationalism: a sociohistorical introduction(Lanham, MD).
  • Miller, Kerby A., David Noel Doyle & Patricia Kelleher, “For love and liberty’: Irishi women, migration and domesticity in Ireland and America, 1815-1920’ in Patrick O’Sullivan (ed), The Irish world wide, vol. 4: Irish women and Irish migration(London), 41-65.
  • Moss, Kenneth, ‘St. Patrick’s Day celebrations and the formation of Irish-American identity, 1845-1875’, Journal of Social History, 29:1, 125-149.
  • Neal, Frank, ‘Lancashire, the Famine Irish and the poor laws: a study in crisis management’,Irish Economic and Social History, 22, 26-48.
  • Neville, Grace, ‘Dark lady of the analysis: towards an analysis of women and emigration to North America in Irish folklore’ in Mary O’Dowd & Sabine Wichert (ed), Chattel, servant or citizen: women’s status in church, state and society(Dublin), 200-214.
  • O’Connell, Anne, ‘Charlotte Grace O’Brien’ in Mary Cullen & Maria Luddy (ed), Women, power and consciousness in 19th-century Ireland: eight biographical studies(Dublin), 231-62 [Charlotte was a campaigner for Irish emigrants].
  • O’Connor, Henrietta, ‘The Irish in Leicester: an invisible community?’ in N. D. Jewson (ed), Migration Processes and Ethnic Divisions(Leicester), 47-65.
  • O’Connor, Thomas H., The Boston Irish: a political history(Boston, MA).
  • O’Farrell, Patrick James, ‘St Patrick’s Day in Australia’, Journal & Proceedings of the Royal Australian Historical Society, 81:1, 1-16.
  • O’Sullivan. M. M. K., ‘A cause for trouble’? Irish nuns and English clerics(Sydney).
  • O’Sullivan, Patrick, ‘Introduction: Irish women and Irish migration’ in Patrick O’Sullivan (ed), The Irish world wide, vol. 4: Irish women and Irish migration(London), 1-22.
  • O’Sullivan, Patrick (ed), The Irish world wide, vol. 4: Irish women and Irish migration(London)
  • Pratt, David, ‘Mary Cannovan: life as a pre-famine Irish immigrant in Liverpool’, Genealogists’ Magazine, 25, 153-4.
  • Reid, Richard, ‘Emigration of the Brownes from Clonoulty to Australia – part 1 (1853-1857)’, Tipperary Historical Journal, 13, 117-132.
  • Shea, Ann M. & Marion R. Casey (eds), The Irish experience in New York city: a select bibliography(New York).
  • Travers, Pauric, ‘Emigration and gender: the case of Ireland, 1922-60’ in Mary O’Dowd & Sabine Wichert (eds), Chattel, Servant or citizen: women’s status in church, state and society(Dublin), 187-199.
  • Travers, Pauric, “There was nothing for me there;: Irish female emigration, 1922-71’ in Patrick O’Sullivan (ed), The Irish world wide, vol. 4: Irish women and Irish migration(London), 146-167.
  • Wilcox, Ralph C., ‘The shamrock and the eagle: Irish Americans and sport in the nineteenth century’ in George Eisen & David K. Wiggins (eds), Ethnicity and sport in North American history and culture(Westport), 55-75.

1994

  • Byrne, Neil J., ‘Writing Robert Dunne: Brisbane’s first Catholic archbishop’ in Rebecca Pelan (ed), Irish-Australian Studies: papers delivered at the seventh Irish-Australian conference July 1993(Darlinghurst, NSW), 197-205.
  • Canavan, Bernard, ‘Story-tellers and writers: Irish identity in emigrant labourers’ autobiographies, 1870-1970’ in Patrick O’Sullivan (ed), The Irish world wide vol. 3: the creative migrant(London), 154-169.
  • Connor, John, ‘Irish soldiers in the 1stAustralian Imperial Force’ in Rebecca Pelan (ed), Irish-Australian Studies: papers delivered at the seventh Irish-Australian conference July 1993(Darlinghurst), 319-324.
  • Connors, Libby, ‘The politics of ethnicity: Irish orphan girls at Moreton Bay’ in Rebecca Pelan (ed), Irish-Australian Studies: papers delivered at the seventh Irish-Australian conference July 1993(Darlinghurst), 167-181.
  • Cullen, L.M., ‘The Irish diaspora of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries’ in Nicholas Canny (ed), Europeans on the move: studies on European migration(Oxford), 113-149.
  • Cullinane, John P., ‘Irish dance world-wide: Irish migrants and the shaping of traditional Irish dance’ in Patrick O’Sullivan (ed), The Irish world wide, vol. 3: the creative migrant(London), 192-220.
  • Dobson, David, Irish emigrants in North America (Part 1)(St Andrews).
  • Edwards, Owen Dudley, ‘The stage Irish’ in Patrick O’Sullivan (ed), The Irish world wide, vol. 3: the creative migrant(London), 83-114.
  • Fitzpatrick, David P. B., Oceans of consolation: personal accounts of Irish migration to Australia(Cork).
  • Fraser, Lyndon, ‘To Tara via Holyhead: the Irish Catholic in nineteenth-century Christchurch’ in Rebecca Pelan (ed), Irish-Australian Studies: papers delivered at the seventh Irish-Australian conference July 1993(Darlinghurst), 325-341.
  • Freeman, Pauline E., ‘Erin’s exiles – the Irish in Leeds’ in Robert E. Finnigan & George T. Bradley (eds), Catholicism in Leeds: a community of faith 1794-1994(Leeds), 71-92.
  • Harris, Ruth-Ann Mellish, The nearest place that wasn’t Ireland: early nineteenth-century Irish labor migration(Iowa).
  • Harty, Ray, ‘Fahy of Argentina and Therry of Australia: two nineteenth century expatriate Irish chieftains’ in Rebecca Pelan (ed), Irish-Australian Studies: papers delivered at the seventh Irish-Australian conference July 1993(Darlinghurst), 269-278.
  • Ihde, Thomas W., The Irish language in the United States: a historical, sociolinguistic and applied linguistic survey(Westport, CT).
  • Kells, Mary, ‘Religion and the Irish migrant’, Irish Studies Review, 2:6, 16-18.
  • Kidd, Colin, ‘Gaelic antiquity and national identity in enlightenment Ireland and Scotland’,English Historical Review, 109:434, 1197.
  • King, Joseph A., Ireland to North America: emigrants from West Cork(Toronto).
  • MacIntyre, Clement, ‘The Adelaide Irish and the politics of St Patrick’s day 1900-1918’ in Rebecca Pelan (ed), Irish-Australian Studies: papers delivered at the seventh Irish-Australian conference July 1993(Darlinghurst), 182-196.
  • McClaughlin, Trevor, ‘Exploited and abused: Irish orphan girls’ in Rebecca Pelan (ed), Irish-Australian Studies: papers delivered at the seventh Irish-Australian conference July 1993(Darlinghurst), 161-166.
  • Messenger, John C., ‘St Patrick’s day in “The other Emerald Isle”, Éire-Ireland, 29:1, 12-23.
  • Miller, Kerby A. & Paul Wagner, Out of Ireland: the story of Irish emigration to America(London).
  • Molloy, Frank, “The sigh of thy harp shall be sent o’er the deep’: the influence of Thomas Moore in Australia’ in Patrick O’Sullivan (ed), The Irish world wide, vol. 3: the creative migrant(London), 115-132.
  • Myers, James P., “Til their…bog-trottng feet get talaria’: Henry D. Thoreau and the immigrant Irish’ in Patrick O’Sullivan (ed), The Irish world wide, vol. 3: the creative migrant(London), 44-56.
  • Ó Ciosáin, E., ‘Les irlandaid en Bretagne, 1603-1780: ‘invasion’, accueil, integration’ in C. Laurent & H. Davis (eds), Irlande et Bretagne: vingt siècles d’histoire(Rennes), 152-166.
  • O’Farrell, Patrick, ‘How Irish was New Zealand?’, Irish Studies Review, 3:9, 25-30.
  • O’Farrell, Patrick, Through Irish Eyes: Australian and New Zealand images of the Irish, 1788-1948(Richmond, Vic).
  • O’Sullivan, Patrick (ed), The Irish world wide, vol. 3: the creative migrant(London).
  • Pelan, Rebecca (ed), Irish-Australian Studies: papers delivered at the seventh Irish-Australian conference July 1993(Darlinghurst).
  • Rule, Pauline, ‘Honora and her sisters: success and sorrow among Irish immigrant women in colonial Victoria’ in Rebecca Pelan (ed), Irish-Australian Studies: papers delivered at the seventh Irish-Australian conference July 1993(Darlinghurst), 151-160.

1993 

  • Akenson, Donald H., The Irish Diaspora: A Primer(Belfast).
  • Belchem, John, ‘The Irish in Britain, the United States and Australia: some comparative reflections on labour history’ in Patrick Buckland & John Belchem (eds), The Irish in British labour history(Liverpool), 19-28.
  • Clarke, Brian P., Piety and nationalism: lay voluntary associations and the creation of an Irish-Catholic community in Toronto, 1850-1895(Montreal).
  • Collins, Brenda, ‘The Irish in Britain, 1780-1921’ in Brian J. Graham & Lindsay J. Proudfoot (eds), An historical geography of Ireland(London), 366-398.
  • D’Arcy, Fergus A., ‘St Patrick’s other island: the Irish invasion of Britain’, Éire-Ireland, 28:2, 7-17.
  • Daniels, Mary, ‘Exile or opportunity? Irish nurses and Wirral midwives’, Irish Studies Review, 2:5, 4-8.
  • Dungan, Myles, Distant drums: Irish soldiers in foreign armies(Belfast).
  • Firedeng. Steven, Class and ethnicity: Irish Catholics in England, 1880-1939(Buckingham).
  • Fisher, Donald, ‘Born in Ireland, killed at Gettysburg: the life, death, and legacy of Patrick Henry O’Rorke’, Civil War History, 39:3, 225-239.
  • Fitzpatrick, David P. B., ‘The Irish in Britain: settlers or transients?’ in Patrick Buckland & John Belchem (eds), The Irish in British labour history(Liverpool), 1-10.
  • Greenslade, Liam, ‘An Tonn Gheal: historical reflections on Irish migrants in Britain in the 1980s’ in Patrick Buckland & John Belchem (eds), The Irish in British labour history(Liverpool), 29-46.
  • Houston, Cecil J. & William J. Smyth, ‘The Irish diaspora: emigration to the New World, 1720-1920’ in Brian J. Graham & Lindsay J. Proudfoot (ed), A historical geography of Ireland(London), 338-365.
  • Lunn, Kenneth, “Good for a few hundreds at least’: Irish labour recruitment into Britain during the second world war’ in Patrick Buckland & John Belchem (eds), The Irish in British labour history(Liverpool), 102-114.
  • MacLoughlin, Guillermo, ‘The Irish in South America’ in M. D. Evans & Eileen O Duill (eds), Aspects of Irish genealogy: proceedings of the 1stIrish genealogical congress, 172-176.
  • McCaffrey, Lawrence J., ‘The Catholic and urban profile of Irish America’, The Irish Review, 14, 1-9.
  • Poovey, Mary, ‘Curing the “social body” in 1832: James Phillips Kay and the Irish in Manchester’, Gender & History, 5:2, 196-211.
  • Roche, John, ‘The influence of Ireland on Roman Britain…cursus unicus?’, Archaeology Ireland, 7:1, 7-9.
  • Rossiter, Ann, ‘Bringing the margin into the centre: a review of aspects of Irish women’s emigration’ in Ailbhe Smyth (ed), Irish women’s studies reader(Dublin), 177-202.
  • Shannon, Catherine B., ‘The Kennedys, Ireland and Irish America: a healthy intersection’, The Irish Review, 14, 10-14.

1992 

  • Ahtes, John H., ‘The Kennedys, Ireland and Irish America’, The Irish Review, 11, 23-43.
  • Akenson, Donald Harman, ‘The historiography of the Irish in the United States’ in Patrick O’Sullivan (ed), The Irish world wide: history, heritage, identity, vol. 2: the Irish in the new communities(Leicester), 99-127.
  • Akenson, Donald Harman, ‘The Irish in North America: Catholic or Protestant?’, The Irish Review, 11, 17-22.
  • Almeida, Linda Dowling, “And they still haven’t found what they’re looking for’: a survey of the new Irish in New York’ in Patrick O’Sullivan (eds), The Irish world wide: history, heritage, identity, Vol. 1: Patterns of migration, 196-221.
  • Belchem, John, ‘Liverpool in the year of revolution: the political and associational culture of the Irish immigrant community in 1848’ in John Belchem (ed), Popular politics, riot and labour: essays in Liverpool history, 1790-1940(Liverpool), 68-97.
  • Brain, J. B., ‘The Irish influence on the Roman Catholic church in South Africa’ in Donal P. McCracken (ed), The Irish in southern Africa, 1795-1910(Durban), 121-131.
  • Brundage, David, ‘After the Land League: the persistence of Irish-American labor radicalism in Denver, 1897-1905’, Journal of American Ethnic History, 11:3, 3-26.
  • Busteed, Mervyn, R. I. Hodgson & T. F. Kennedy, ‘The myth and reality of Irish migrants in mid nineteenth-century Manchester: a preliminary study’ in Patrick O’Sullivan (ed), The Irish world wide: history, heritage, identity, vol. 2: the Irish in the new communities(Leicester), 26-51.
  • Byrne, C., ‘The Waterford Colony in Newfoundland 1700-1850’ in W. Nolan & T.P. Power (eds), Waterford: History and Society(Dublin), 351-372.
  • Clark, Dennis, ‘Sticking together in the urban work world: Irish immigrants in Philadelphia in 1850’ in Saothar: Journal of the Irish Labour History Society, 17, 40-45.
  • Coffey, Brian, ‘The Irish, English, and Scots in Ontario’ in Allen G. Noble (ed), To build in a new land: ethnic landscapes in North America(Baltimore), 44-59.
  • Conway, Sheelagh, The faraway hills are green: voices of Irish women in Canada(Toronto).
  • Danaher, Nessan, ‘Irish studies: a historical survey across the Irish diaspora’ in Patrick O’Sullivan (ed), The Irish world wide: history, heritage, identity, vol. 2: the Irish in the new communities(Leicester), 226-256.
  • Daniel, T. K., ‘Faith and stepfatherland’ in Donal P. McCracken (ed), The Irish in southern Africa, 1795-1910(Durban), 73-90.
  • Davis, Stephen A., ‘Archaeological investigations of the Irish on the Shubenacadie Canal, Nova Scotia’ in Cyril J. Byrne, Margaret Harry, & Pádraig Ó Siadhail (eds), Celtic languages and Celtic peoples(Halifax, NS), 723-731.
  • Dominy, G. A., ‘Disputed territory: the Irish presence in the marchlands of the Zulu Kingdom, 1838-1888’ in Donal P. McCracken (ed), The Irish in southern Africa, 1795-1910(Durban), 214-223.
  • Emmons, David M., ‘Faction fights: the Irish worlds of Butte, Montana, 1875-1917’ in Patrick O’Sullivan (ed), The Irish world wide: history, heritage, identity, vol. 2: the Irish in the new communities(Leicester), 82-98.
  • Fitzgerald, Patrick, “Like crickets to the crevice of a brew-house’: poor Irish migrants in England, 1560-1640’ in Patrick O’Sullivan (ed), The Irish world wide, vol. 1: patterns of migration(London), 13-35.
  • Forgrave, W. J., ‘The 1820 Irish settlement at Clanwilliam, northwestern Cape’ in Donal P. McCracken (ed), The Irish in southern Africa, 179775-1910(Durban), 261-268.
  • Forth, Gordon, ‘’No Petty People’: The Anglo-Irish Identity in Colonial Australia’, in Patrick O’Sullivan (ed), The Irish Worldwide. History, Heritage and Identity. Vol 2. The Irish in the New Communities (London & Washington), 128-142.
  • Geary, Laurence M., ‘Australia Felix: Irish Doctors in Nineteenth-Century Victoria’ in in Patrick O’Sullivan (ed), The Irish Worldwide. History, Heritage and Identity. Vol 2. The Irish in the New Communities (London and Washington), 162-179.
  • Gilley, Sheridan, ‘Irish Catholicism in Britain’ in Donal A. Kerr (ed), Religion, state, and ethnic groups(Aldershot), 229-259.
  • Goedhals, M. M., ‘The road to disestablishment: Irish Anglicans in nineteenth-century South Africa’ in Donal P. McCracken (ed), The Irish in southern Africa, 1795-1910(Durban), 132-139.
  • Grimes, Seamus, ‘Friendship patterns and social networks among post-war Irish migrants in Sydney’ in Patrick O’Sullivan (ed), The Irish world wide, vol. 1: patterns of migration(London), 164-82.
  • Henry, Gráinne, Irish military community in Spanish Flanders, 1586-1621(Dublin).
  • Hummel, H. C., ‘Glittering prizes: the Irish in Kimberley’ in Donald P. McCracken (ed), The Irish in southern Africa, 1795-1910(Durban), 224-235.
  • Kennally, Danny & Helen Kennally, ‘From Roscrea to Leeds: an emigrant community’, Tipperary Historical Journal, 13, 122-131.
  • Lowry, Donal, “A fellowship of disaffection’: Irish South-African relations from the Anglo-Boer war to Pretoriastroika, 1902-1991’, Études irlandaises, 17:2, 105-122.
  • Lowry, Donal, ‘The Irish in Rhodesia: wild land – tame, sacred and profane’ in Donal P. McCracken (ed), The Irish in southern Africa, 1795-1910(Durban), 242-260.
  • MaGeean, D. M., ‘Catholic sisterhoods and the immigrant church’ in Donna R. Gabaccia (ed), Seeking common ground: multidisciplinary studies of immigrant women in the United States(Westport, CT), 89-100.
  • Marks, Lara Vivienne, “The luckless waifs and strays of humanity’: Irish and Jewish immigrant unwed mothers in London, 1870-1939’, 20thCentury British History, 3, 113-137.
  • McCaffrey, Lawrence J., ‘Irish textures in American Catholicism’, Catholic Historical Review, 78, 1-18.
  • McCaffrey, Lawrence J., Textures of Irish America(Syracuse, NY).
  • McCracken, Donal P., ‘Irish settlement and identity in South Africa before 1910’, Irish Historical Studies, 28:10, 134-149.
  • McCracken, Donal P., The Irish in southern Africa, 1795-1910(Durban).
  • McCracken, Donal P., ‘The nature of Irish settlement in Southern Africa’ in Donal P. McCracken (ed), The Irish in southern Africa, 1795-1910(Durban), 9-23.
  • McCracken, Donal P. (ed), The Irish in southern Africa, 1795-1910(Durban).
  • McCracken, Eileen, ‘Of veld and flora: Irish botanists in South Africa’ in Donal P. McCracken (ed), The Irish in southern Africa, 1795-1910(Durban), 179-190.
  • McCracken, J. L., ‘Irishmen in government in South Africa’ in Donal P. McCracken (ed), The Irish in southern Africa, 1795-1910(Durban), 25-38.
  • McCracken, P. A., ‘Shaping the times: Irish journalists in Southern Africa’ in Donal P. McCracken (ed), The Irish in southern Africa, 1795-1910(Durban), 140-162.
  • McGreevey, John Joseph, Emigrant and emigré: George Thomas Plunkett, bishop of Ailifinne (1814-1827).
  • McGurk, John James Noel, ‘Wild geese: the Irish in European armies (sixteenth to eighteenth centuries)’ in Patrick O’Sullivan (ed), The Irish world wide, vol. 1: patterns of migration(London), 36-62.
  • McKenna, Patrick, ‘Irish migration to Argentina’ in Patrick O’Sullivan (ed), The Irish world wide, vol. 1: patterns of migration(London), 63-83.
  • Munslow, Alun, ‘A “bigger, better and busier Boston”: the pursuit of Irish political legitimacy in America: the Boston Irish, 1890-1920’ in Patrick O’Sullivan (ed),The Irish world wide, vol. 1: patterns of migration(London), 128-146.
  • O’Sullivan, Patrick (ed), The Irish in the New Communities. Vol. 2: The Irish Worldwide. History, Heritage and Identity (London and Washington).
  • O’Sullivan, Patrick (ed), Patterns of Migration. Vol. 1: The Irish World Wide: History, Heritage, Identity (Leicester).
  • Pooley, Colin G., ‘The Irish in Liverpool circa 1850-1940’ in Max Engman (ed), Ethnic identity in urban Europe(Aldershot), 71-97.
  • Power, Thomas P., ‘The emigrant ship: The transportation, regulation and reception of Irish immigrants in New Brunswick, 1815-1855’ in Cyril J. Byrne, Margaret Harry & Pádraig Ó Siadhail (ed), Celtic languages and Celtic peoples(Halifax, NS), 683-705.
  • Sarbaugh, Timothy J., ‘The Irish in the West: an ethnic tradition of enterprise and innovation, 1848-1991’, Journal of the West, 31:2, 5-8.
  • Southey, Nicholas, ‘Dogged entrepreneurs: some prominent Irish retailers in South Africa’ in Donal P. McCracken (ed), The Irish in southern Africa, 1795-1910(Durban), 191-213.
  • Spencer, Shelagh O’Byrne, ‘Green are the hills of Natal: early Irish settlers in Natal, 1824-1862’ in Donal P. McCracken (ed), The Irish in southern Africa, 1795-1910(Durban).
  • Sturgis, James, ‘Irish hooligans: Ned Kelly (Australia) and William Donnelly (Canada) in comparative perspective’ in Patrick O’Sullivan (ed), The Irish world wide, vol. 1: patterns of migration(London), 110-127.
  • Swift, Roger, ‘The historiography of the Irish in nineteenth-century Britain’ in Patrick O’Sullivan (ed), The Irish world wide: history, heritage, identity, vol. 2: the Irish in the new communities, 52-81.

1991 

  • Akenson, Donald Harman, Occasional papers on the Irish in South Africa  (Grahamstown).
  • Aspinwall, Bernard, ‘The Catholic Irish and wealth in Glasgow’ in Thomas M. Devine (ed), Irish immigrants and Scottish society in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries(Edinburgh), 91-115.
  • Babson, Steve, Building the union: skilled workers and Anglo-Gaelic immigrants in the rise of the UAW(New Brunswick, NJ).
  • Brown, Steward Jay, “Outside the Covenant’: the Scottish Presbyterian churches and Irish immigrants, 1922-1938’, Innes Review, 42, 19-45.
  • Campbell, Malcolm, ‘Cultural debility or equal opportunity? The Irish in North America’, Australasian Journal of American Studies, 10:1, 69-75.
  • Casway, Jerrold, ‘Irish women overseas, 1500-1800’ in Margaret MacCurtain & Mary O’Dowd (eds), Women in early modern Ireland(Edinburgh), 112-132.
  • Clark, Dennis, The Irish in Pennsylvania(University Park, PA).
  • Collingwood, Judy, ‘Irish work-house children in Australia’ in John B. O’Brien & Pauric Travers (eds), The Irish emigrant experience in Australia(Dublin), 46-61.
  • Collins, Brenda, ‘The origins of Irish immigration to Scotland in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries’ in Thomas M. Devine (ed), Irish immigrants and Scottish society in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries(Edinburgh).
  • Corcoran, M. P., ‘Informalisation of metropolitan labour forces: the cases of Irish immigrants in the New York construction industry’, Irish Journal of Sociology, 1, 31-51.
  • Davis, Graham, The Irish in Britain, 1815-1914(Dublin).
  • Donovan, Grace, ‘Immigrant nuns: their participation in the process of Americanization: Massachusetts and Rhode Island, 1880-1920’, Catholic Historical Review, 77:2, 194-208.
  • Escarbelt, Bernard, ‘An Irishman in France: John Banim’ in Barbara Haley & Christopher Murray (eds), Ireland and France, a bountiful friendship: literature, history and ideas(Gerrards Cross), 57-66.
  • Finegan, Francis, ‘The Irish in Victorian York’ in Mary Clancy, John F. Cunningham & Alf MacLochlainn (eds), The emigrant experience(Galway), 37-55.
  • Fitzpatrick, David, ‘’The galling yoke of oppression’: images of Tipperary and Australia, 1853-1868’, Tipperary Historical Journal, 9, 82-108.
  • Fitzpatrick, David P. B., “The beloved country, that nothing else resembles’: connotations of Irishness in Irish-Australasian letters, 1841-1915’, Irish Historical Studies, 27, 324-351.
  • Forth, Gordon, ‘The Anglo-Irish in Australia: Old World Origins and Colonial Experiences’ in Philip Bull, Chris McConville and Noel McLachlan (eds), Irish-Australian Studies: 6th Irish-Australian Conference 1990 (Melbourne).
  • Fox, John W., ‘Irish immigrants, pauperism, and insanity in 1854 Massachusetts’, Social Science History, 15:3, 315-336.
  • Gallagher, Tom, ‘The Catholic Irish in Scotland: in search of identity’ in Thomas M. Devine (ed), Irish immigrants and Scottish society in the nineteenth century(Edinburgh), 19-43.
  • Grimes, Seamus, ‘Post-war Irish immigration to Australia’ in Russell King (ed), Contemporary Irish migration(Dublin), 42-54.
  • King, Russell (ed), Contemporary Irish migration(Dublin).
  • Mac Éinrí, Piaras, ‘The Irish in Paris: an aberrant community?’ in Russell King (ed), Contemporary Irish migration(Dublin), 32-41.
  • MacGinley, M. E. R., ‘The Irish in Queensland: an overview’ in John B. O’Brien & Pauric Travers (eds), The Irish emigrant experience in Australia(Dublin), 103-119.
  • Mackay, Donald, Flight from famine: the coming of the Irish to Canada(Toronto).
  • Mageean, D. M., ‘From Irish countryside to American city: the settlement and mobility of Ulster migrants in Philadelphia’ in Colin G. Pooley & Ian D. Whyte (eds), Migrants, emigrants and immigrants: a social history of migration(London), 42-61.
  • McCaffrey, John F., ‘Irish issues in the nineteenth and twentieth century: radicalism in a Scottish context?’ in Thomas M. Devine (ed), Irish immigrants and Scottish society in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries(Edinburgh), 116-141.
  • McCracken, Donal, ‘The Irish in South Africa: The Police, A Case Study’, Familia, 7.
  • O’Brien, John B. & Pauric Travers (eds), The Irish emigrant experience in Australia(Dublin).
  • O’Farrell, Patrick, Vanished Kingdoms: Irish in Australia and New Zealand A Personal Excursion (Kensington (NSW)).
  • O’Hara, Aidan, ‘The Irish in Newfoundland’ in Mary Clancy, John F. Cunningham & Alf MacLochlainn (eds), The emigrant experience(Galway), 95-101.
  • O’Neill, Patrick, ‘Irish cultural influence on Northumbria: the first thirty years, AD’ in Benjamin T. Hudson & Vickie Ziegler (eds), Crossed paths: methodological approaches to the Celtic aspect of the European middle ages(Lanham, MD), 10-23.
  • Power, Thomas P., The Irish in Atlantic Canada, 1780-1900(Dublin).
  • Reece, Bob (ed), Exiles from Erin: convict lives in Ireland and Australia (London).
  • Reedy, G., From the Ward to the White House: the Irish in American politics(New York).
  • Reid, R., “That famine is pressing each day more heavily upon them’: the emigration of Irish convict families to New South Wales, 1848-1852’, Visible Immigrants, 2, 69-96.
  • Richards, Eric, ‘The importance of being Irish in colonial South Australia’ in John B. O’Brien & Pauric Travers (eds), The Irish emigrant experience in Australia(Dublin), 62-102.
  • Richards, Eric, ‘Voices of British and Irish Migrants in Nineteenth-Century Australia’ in Colin G. Pooley & Ian D. Whyte (eds), Migrants, emigrants and immigrants: a social history of migration(London), 19-41.
  • Sloan, William, ‘Religious affiliation and the immigrant experience: Catholic Irish and Protestant highlanders in Glasgow, 1830-1850’ in Thomas M. Devine (ed), Irish immigrants and Scottish society in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries(Edinburgh), 67-90.
  • Strachan, Alan J., ‘Post-war Irish migration and settlement in England and Wales’ in Russell King (ed), Contemporary Irish migration(Dublin), 21-31.
  • Troy, Jakelin, “Der Mary this is fine cuntry is there is in the wourld’: Irish-English and Irish in late eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Australia’ in John B. O’Brien & Pauric Travers (eds), The Irish emigrant experience in Australia(Dublin), 148-180.
  • Walker, Graham S., ‘The Protestant Irish in Scotland’ in Thomas M. Devine (ed), Irish immigrants and Scottish society in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries(Edinburgh), 44-66.
  • Wall. Rita, Leading lives: Irish women in Britain(Dublin).
  • Walter, Bronwen, ‘Gender and recent migration to Britain’ in Russell King (ed), Contemporary Irish migration(Dublin), 11-20.
  • Williams, William Henry Allen, ‘From lost land to Emerald Isle: Ireland and the Irish in American sheet music, 1800-1920’, Éire-Ireland, 26:1, 19-45.

1990 

  • Akenson, Donald Harman, Half the World from Home: Perspectives on the Irish in New Zealand, 1860-1950(Wellington).
  • Beckles, Hillary McD., “Riotous and Unruly Lot’: Irish indentured servants and freedmen in the English West Indies, 1644-1713’ in William & Mary Quarterly, 57, 502-522.
  • Bell, John Bowyer, ‘The transcendental Irish republic, the dream of diaspora’, Journal of Political Science, 18, 148-168.
  • Benson, James K., Irish and German families and the economic development of Midwestern cities, 1860-1895(New York).
  • Doyle, David Noel, ‘The Irish as urban pioneers in the United States, 1850-1870’, Journal of American Ethnic History, 10, 36-59.
  • Eid, Leroy V., The validity of colonial Irish American history: the case of Michael J. O’Brien(Boston).
  • Fanning, Charles, The Irish voice in America: Irish-American fiction from the 1760s to the 1980s(Lexington, KY).
  • Fitzgerald, Margaret E. & Joseph E. King, The uncounted Irish in Canada and the United States(Toronto).
  • Fitzpatrick, David, ‘News from home: letters from Golden and Bruree to Sydney (1851-1859)’, Tipperary Historical Journal, 3, 75-93.
  • Fitzpatrick, David P. B., “A share of the honeycomb’: education, emigration and Irishwomen’ in Mary E. Daly & David Dickson (eds), The Origins of Popular Literacy in Ireland: Language Change and Educational Development, 1700-1920(Dublin), 167-187.
  • Freeman, Barbara M., ‘Kathleen Blake Coleman: an Irishwoman becomes a Canadian pioneer journalist, 1889-1915’, Journal of Newspaper & Periodical History, 6:2, 27-30.
  • Harris, Howard, “The eagle to watch and the harp to tune the nation’! Irish immigrants, politics and early industrialization in Paterson, New Jersey 1824-1836’, Journal of Social History, 23:3, 575-597.
  • Hick, V., ‘John Wesley and the Irish Rhinelanders’, Eighteenth-century Ireland, 5, 89-104.
  • Houston, Cecil J. & William J. Smyth, Irish Emigration and Canadian Settlement: Patterns, Links, and Letters(Toronto).
  • Ibson, John Duffy, Will the world break your heart?: dimensions and consequences of Irish-American assimilation(New York).
  • Kearney, Richard (ed), The Irish at home and abroad(Dublin).
  • Miller, Kerby A., ‘Class, culture and immigrant group identity in the United States: the case of Irish-American ethnicity’ in Virginia Yans-McLoughlin (ed), Immigration reconsidered: history, sociology and politics(New York), 96-129.
  • Ní Bhranlaigh, Máire & Ide Ó Carroll, Irish women abroad(Boston).
  • Nilsen, Kenneth E., ‘Thinking of Monday: the Irish speakers of Portland, Maine’, Éire-Ireland, 25:1, 6-19.
  • O’Dowd, Anne, The Irish migrant farm worker, 1830-1920(Dublin).
  • O’Farrell, Patrick James, Vanished Kingdoms: Irish in Australia and New Zealand. A Personal Excursion(Sydney).
  • Power, Rosemary, ‘Irish travellers in the Norse world’ in Myrtle Hill & Sarah Barbara (eds), Aspects of Irish studies(Belfast), 127-134.
  • Ryan, Liam, ‘Irish emigration to Britain since World War II’ in Richard Kearney (ed), Migrations: the Irish at home and abroad(Dublin), 45-67.
  • Swift, Roger, The Irish in Britain, 1815-1914: perspectives & sources(London).
  • Walsh, Victor A., “Drowning the shamrock’: drink, teetotalism, and the Irish Catholics of Gilded-Age Pittsburgh’, Journal of American Ethnic History, 10:1/2, 60-79.
  • Williams, Richard E., Hierarchical structures and social value: the creation of Black and Irish identities in the United States(Cambridge).

1989 

  • Aspinwall, Bernard, ‘The Irish abroad: Michael Condon in Scotland, 1845-1878’ in William J. Sheils & Diana Wood (eds), The Churches, Ireland and the Irish(Oxford), 279-297.
  • Blessing, Patrick K., ‘Paddy: the image and reality of Irish immigrants in the American community: a review essay’, Journal of American Ethnic History, 9:1, 112-119.
  • Champ, J. F., ‘The demographic impact of Irish immigration on Birmingham Catholicism, 1800-1850’ in William J. Sheils & Diana Wood (eds), The Churches, Ireland and the Irish(Oxford), 233-242.
  • Doyle, David N., ‘The Irish in Australia and the United States: Some Comparisons, 1800-1939’, Irish Economic and Social History, 16, 73-94.
  • Doyle, David N., ‘The Irish in Chicago’, Irish Historical Studies, 26, 293-303.
  • Doyle, David N., ‘The Irish in North America, 1776-1845’ in W. E. Vaughan (ed), A new history of Ireland, vol. 5: Ireland under the Union, I: 1801-1870(Oxford), 682-725.
  • Emmons, David M., The Butte Irish: Class and Ethnicity in an American Mining Town, 1875-1925(Urbana).
  • Fitzpatrick, David P. B., “A peculiar tramping people’: the Irish in Britain, 1801-1870’ in W. E. Vaughan (ed), A new history of Ireland, vol. 5: Ireland under the Union, I: 1801-1870(Oxford), 623-660.
  • Gilheany. Juliana F., Subjects of history: English, Scottish, and Welsh immigrants in New York City, 1820-1860(New York)
  • Grimes, Seamus & Gearóid Ó Tuathaigh (eds), The Irish-Australian connection: Proceedings of the Irish-Australian Bicentenary Conference, University College Galway(Galway).
  • Harris, Ruth-Ann & Donald M. Jacobs, The search for missing friends: Irish immigrant advertisements placed in ‘The Boston Pilot’. Vol. 1: 1831-50(Boston).
  • King, Russell, Ian Shuttleworth & Alan J. Strachan, ‘The Irish in Coventry: the social geography of a relict community’, Irish Geography, 22, 64-78.
  • Lockwood, G.J., ‘Irish immigrants and the critical years in eastern Ontario: the case of Montague township, 1821-1851’ in J. K. Johnson & G. Wilson (eds), Historical essays on upper Canada(Ottawa), 203-235.
  • Lower, W. J., The Irish in mid-Victorian Lancashire: the shaping of a working-class community(Bern).
  • MacDonagh, Oliver & W.F. Mandle (eds), Irish-Australian Studies: Papers Delivered at the Fifth Irish-Australian Conference(Canberraa).
  • Maguire, Maria,The Irish in Ealing: an invisible community(London).
  • McLeod, Hugh, ‘Popular Catholicism in Irish New York, c1900’ in William J. Sheils & Diana Wood (eds), The Churches, Ireland and the Irish(Oxford), 353-373.
  • Murphy, Michael, ‘The Irish in Australian mining history’ in Seamus Grimes & Gearóid Ó Tuathaigh (eds), The Irish-Australian connection: Proceedings of the Irish-Australian Bicentenary Conference, University College Galway(Galway), 81-90.
  • Neary, Bernard, Irish lives: the Irish in Western Australia(Dublin).
  • Nolan, Janet A., Ourselves alone: women’s emigration from Ireland, 1885-1920(Lexington, KY).
  • O’Farrell, Patrick James, ‘The Irish in Australia and New Zealand, 1791-1870’ in W. E. Vaughan (ed), A new history of Ireland, vol. 5: Ireland under the Union, I: 1801-1870(Oxford), 661-681.
  • Schweitzer, Pam, Across the Irish Sea: an Age Exchange Publication based on memories of London Irish pensioners(London).
  • Silcox, Harry, Philadelphia politics from the bottom up: the life of Irishman William McMullen, 1824-1901(Philadelphia).
  • Swift, Roger & Sheridan Gilley (eds), The Irish in Britain, 1815-1939(London).
  • Toner, P., ‘The origins of the New Brunswick Irish, 1851’, Journal of Canadian Studies, 23, 104-119.
  • Wilson, David A., The Irish in Canada(Ottawa).

1988 

  • Acheson, T. W., ‘The Irish community in Saint John, 1815-1850’ in P. M. Toner (ed), New Ireland remembered: historical essays on the Irish in New Brunswick(Fredericton, NMB), 27-54.
  • Akenson, Donald H., Small Differences: Irish Catholics and Irish Protestants, 1815-1922: An International Perspective(Kingston).
  • Baker, William M., “God’s unfortunate people’: historiography of Irish Catholics in nineteenth-century Canada’ in Robert O’Driscoll & Lorna Reynolds (eds), The untold story: the Irish in Canada, 2 vols.(Toronto), 59-71.
  • Bayor, Ronald H., Neighbors in conflict: the Irish, Germans, Jews and Italians of New York City, 1929-1941(Urbana, IL).
  • Canny, Nicholas P., Kingdom and colony: Ireland in the Atlantic World, 1560-1800(Baltimore, MD).
  • Dowling, P. J., California: the Irish dream(San Francisco).
  • Elliott, Bruce S., Irish Migrants in the Canadas: A New Approach(Kingston).
  • Erie, Steven P., Rainbow’s end: Irish-Americans and the dilemmas of urban machine politics, 1840-1985(Berkeley, CA).
  • Gallagher, Edward J., ‘Some spiritual empire: the Irish Nationality and Citizenship Act of 1956 and the Irish diaspora’, Études irlandaises, 13, 131-139.
  • Grimes, Seamus, ‘The Sydney Irish: a hidden ethnic group’, Irish Geography, 21, 69-77.
  • Henders, Stephen K., ‘The Irish in Liverpool’, Irish Studies in Britain, 13, 8-9.
  • Hoffman, Ronald, “Marylando-Hibernus’: Charles Carroll the Settler, 1660=1720’, William and Mary Quarterly, 45, 207-236.
  • Hornsby-Smith, Michael P. & Angela Dale, ‘The assimilation of Irish immigrants in England’, British Journal of Sociology, 39:4, 519-544.
  • Houston, Cecil J. & William J. Smyth, ‘Irish emigrants to Canada: whence they came’ in Robert O’Driscoll & Lorna Reynolds (eds), The untold story: the Irish in Canada. 2 vols(Toronto), vol. 1, 27-35.
  • Lynch, Ann, The Irish in exile(London).
  • Mannion, John, ‘Migration and upward mobility: the Meagher family in Ireland and Newfoundland, 1780-1830’, Irish Economic and Social History, 15, 54-70.
  • Mitchell, Brian, The Paddy Camps: the Irish of Lowell, 1821-1861(Urbana, IL).
  • O’Driscoll, Robert & Lorna Reynolds (eds), The untold story: the Irish in Canada, 2 vols.(Toronto)
  • O’Grady, Anne, Irish migration to London in the 1940s and 1950s(London).
  • O’Leary, Paul, ‘Irish immigration and the Catholic “Welsh District” 1840-1850’ in Geraint H. Jenkins & B. J. Smith (eds), Politics and society in Wales, 1840-1922(Cardiff), 29-45.
  • O’Meachair, Gearoid, ‘The Irish: Britain’s forgotten immigrants’, Irish Studies in Britain, 13, 5-7.
  • Perlmann, Joel, Ethnic differences: schooling and social structure among the Irish, Italians, Jews and Blacks in an American city, 1880-1935(Cambridge).
  • Rudd, J., ‘Invisible exports: the emigration of Irish women this century’, Women’s Studies International Forum, 11, 307-311.
  • Taylor, Séamus, Smalltown boys and girls: emigrant Irish youth in London(London).
  • Toner, P. M. (ed), New Ireland remembered: historical essays on the Irish in New Brunswick(Fredericton, NB).
  • Toner, Peter M., ‘Occupation and ethnicity: the Irish in New Brunswick’, Canadian Ethnic Studies, 20:3, 155-166.
  • Wilson, David A., ‘The Irish in North America: new perspectives’, Acadiensis: Journal of the History of the Atlantic Region,18:1, 199-215.

1987 

  • Burchell, R. A., ‘Th Irish abroad’, Irish Economic and Social History, 14, 67-70.
  • Casey, Marion R., ‘Intraurban migrations of the Irish in America: Boston, Chicago, Philadelphia and New York, 1850-1950’, Retrospect, 5, 28-40.
  • Connor, Tom,The London Irish(London).
  • Elliott, Bruce, ‘Emigration from south Leinster to eastern upper Canada’ in Kevin Whelan & William Nolan (eds), Wexford: History and Society(Dublin), 422-446.
  • Fanning, Charles, Mr Dooley and the Chicago Irish: the autobiography of a nineteenth-century ethnic group(Washington, DC).
  • Fanning, Charles, The Exiles of Erin: nineteenth-century Irish-American fiction(Notre Dame, IN).
  • Fitzpatrick, David P. B., ‘The Irish in America: exiles or escapers?’, Reviews in American History, 15:2, 272-278.
  • Flannery, John, ‘The Irish in New Spain’ in American Irish Awareness Committee, The American Irish, 35-37.
  • Gorn, Elliott, “Goodbye boys, I die a true American’: homicide, nativism and working class culture in antebellum New York city’, Journal of American History, 74, 388-410.
  • Klaus, R. J., The pope, the Protestants, and the Irish: papal aggression and anti-Catholicism in mid-nineteenth century England(New York).
  • Mannion, J., ‘A transatlantic merchant fishery: Richard Welsh of New Ross and the Sweetmans of Newbawn in Newfoundland 1734-1862’ in Kevin Whelan (ed), Wexford: History and Society(Dublin), 373-421.
  • McCaffrey, Lawrence J., The Irish in Chicago(Urbana, IL).
  • McConville, Chris, Croppies, Celts and Catholics: the Irish in Australia(Caulfield East, VIC).
  • Nicholas, Stephen & P. S. Shergold, ‘Human capital and the pre-famine Irish emigration to England’, Explorations in Economic History, 24:2, 158-177.
  • Parry, Jon, ‘The Irish in Wales’, Irish Studies in Britain, 11, 10-11.
  • Swift, Roger, ‘The outcast Irish in the British Victorian city: problems and perspectives’, Irish Historical Studies, 25, 264-276.
  • Young, Jim, ‘The Irish in Hull’, Irish Studies in Britain, 11, 12-13.

1986 

  • Akenson, Donald H., ‘Data: What is known about the Irish in North America?’ in Oliver MacDonagh & W. F. Mandle (eds), Ireland and Irish-Australia: Studies in Cultural and Political History (London), 1-17.
  • Akenson, Donald H., ‘The Irish in North America’, Éire-Ireland, 21:1, 122-129.
  • Aspinwall, Bernard, ‘Popery in Scotland: Image and Reality, 1820-1920’, Records of the Scottish Church History Society, 22, 235-257.
  • Bisceglia, Louis, Irish Identity in the Mother Lode: the Hibernian Benevolence Society, Columbia, Ca., 1857-71(Boston).
  • Brennan, G., ‘The Irish and Law in Australia’, Irish Jurist, 21, 95-106.
  • Brennan, Gerard, ‘The Irish and law in Australia’ in Oliver MacDonagh & W. F. Mandle (eds), Ireland and Irish-Australia: Studies in Cultural and Political History (London), 18-32.
  • Brundage, David T., ‘Irish land and American workers: class and ethnicity in Denver, Colorado’ in Dirk Hoerder (ed), “Struggle a hard battle”: essays on working-class immigrants(DeKald, IL).
  • Canavan, Bernard, ‘The Irish in Britain: some stereotypes challenged’, Irish Studies in Britain, 9, 11.
  • Casey, George, ‘Irish culture in Newfoundland’ in Cyril J. Byrne & Margaret Harry (eds), Talamh and Eisc: Canadian and Irish Essays(Halifax), 207-227.
  • Clark, Dennis, Hibernia America: the Irish and regional cultures(New York).
  • De Verteuil, Anthony, Sylvester Devenish and the Irish in Nineteenth-Century Trinidad(Trinidad).
  • De Marr, Mary Jean, ‘Agnes Sligh Turnbull and the world of the Pennsylvania Scotch-Irish Presbyterians’, Journal of Popular Culture, 19, 75-83.
  • De Verteuil, Anthony, Sylvester Devenish and the Irish in 19thCentury Trinidad(Paria).
  • Duffy, Joseph, ‘19thcentury images of Hartford’s Irish-Catholic community (1827-1861)’, Éire-Ireland, 21:2, 1-12.
  • Dunleavy, John, ‘From Land League to Irish Democratic League: the story of a Lancashire Irish club’, Irish Studies in Britain, 9, 12-13.
  • Eid, Leroy V., ‘Irish, Scotch and Scotch-Irish, a reconsideration’, American Presbyterian, 64:4, 211-225.
  • Fitzpatrick, David P. B., “A share of the honeycomb’: education, emigration and Irishwomen’,Continuity and Change, 1:2, 217-234.
  • Gwendolyn, Mink, Old labor and new immigrants in American political development: union, party and state, 1875-1920(Ithaca, NY).
  • Hannon, Michael, ‘Reminiscences of a reluctant emigrant’, Irish Studies in Britain, 10, 20.
  • Harris, Ruth-Ann, ‘The failure of republicanism among Irish migrants to Britain, 1800-1840’, Éire-Ireland, 21:3, 122-136.
  • Hartigan, Maureen, The history of the Irish in Britain: a bibliography(London).
  • Hickey, John, ‘The re-creation of community and identity: the Irish in America’ in Colin Thomas (ed), Rural landscapes and communities(Dublin), 179-205.
  • Jackson, John A., ‘The Irish in Britain’ in P. J. Drudy (ed), Ireland and Britain since 1922(Cambridge), 125-138.
  • Kiernan, C. (ed), Australia and Ireland 1788-1988: bicentenary essays(Dublin).
  • MacDonagh, Oliver & W. F. Mandle (eds), Ireland and Irish-Australia: Studies in Cultural and Political History (London).
  • Mannion, John, ‘Patrick Morris and Newfoundland Irish immigration’ in Cyril J. Byrne & Margaret Hall (eds), Talamh and Eisc: Canadian and Irish essays(Halifax), 180-202.
  • Meagher, Timothy J., From paddy to studs: Irish-American communities in the turn-of-the-century era, 1880-1920(New York).
  • Ó Gráda, Cormac, ‘Determinants of Irish emigration’, International Migration, 20, 650-656.
  • Redouane, Joelle, ‘The Irish in Algeria 1830-1930’, Éire-Ireland, 21:4, 3-10.
  • Simms, John Gerald, ‘The Irish on the continent, 1691-1800’ in Theodore W. Moody & W. E. Vaughan (eds), A New History of Ireland, 4: Eighteenth-Century Ireland(Oxford), 629-656.
  • Spray, William, ‘Reception of the Irish in New Brunswick’ in Cyril J. Byrne & Margaret Hall (eds), Talamh and Eisc: Canadian and Irish essays(Halifax), 228-249.
  • Williams, Jeffrey G., ‘The impact of the Irish on British labour markets during the industrial revolution’, Journal of Economic History, 46, 693-720.
  • Winsberg, M. D., ‘The suburbanization of the Irish in Boston, Chicago and New York’, Éire-Ireland, 21:3, 90-104.

1985 

  • Aspinwall, Bernard & John F. McCaffrey, ‘A comparative view of the Irish in Edinburgh in the 19thcentury’ in Roger Swift & Sheridan Gilley (eds), The Irish in the Victorian city(London), 130-157.
  • Brehony, Kevin J., ‘Schooling the Irish in Britain’, Irish Studies in Britain, 8, 9.
  • Bric, Maurice J., ‘The Irish and the evolution of the “New Politics” in America’ in P. J. Drudy (ed), The Irish in America: emigration, assimilation and impact(Cambridge), 143-167.
  • Canny, Nicholas P., ‘Migration and opportunity: Britain, Ireland and the New World’, Irish Economic and Social History, 12, 7-32.
  • Drudy, P. J. (ed), The Irish in America: emigration, assimilation and impact(Cambridge).
  • Emmons, David M., ‘Immigrant workers and industrial hazards: the Irish miners of Butte, 1880-1919’, Journal of American Ethnic History, 5, 41-64.
  • Finnegan, Frances, ‘The Irish in York’ in Roger Swift & Sherdian Gilley (eds), The Irish in the Victorian city(London), 59-84.
  • Meagher, Timothy J., “Irish all the time’: ethnic consciousness among the Irish in Worcester, Massachusetts, 1880-1905’, Journal of Social History, 19 273-303.
  • Miller, Kerby A., Emigrants and Exiles: Ireland and the Irish Exodus to North America(New York).
  • Millward, Pauline, ‘The Stockport riots of 1852: a study of anti-Catholic and anti-Irish sentiment’ in Roger Swift & Sheridan Gilley (eds), The Irish in the Victorian city(London), 207-224.
  • O’Connor, Thomas H. (ed), The Irish in New England(Boston).
  • Panas, Leo & Anne V. Quinn, The Irish came to Lowell: journalists’ observations of 19thcentury-Irish Lowell, Massachusetts(Lowell, MA).
  • Swift, Roger & Sheridan Gilley (eds), The Irish in the Victorian city(London)
  • Swift, Roger, ‘Another Stafford Street row: law, order and the Irish presence in mid-Victorian Wolverhampton’ in Roger Swift & Sheridan Gilley (eds), The Irish in the Victorian city(London), 179-206.
  • Winsberg, M. D., ‘Irish settlement in the United States, 1850-1980’, Éire-Ireland, 20:1, 7-14.

1984 

  • Akenson, Donald H., The Irish in Ontario: A Study in Rural History(Montreal & Kingston).
  • Brady, L. W., T. P. O’Connor and the Liverpool Irish(London).
  • Brophy, Ann, ‘The Irish in Bradford 1830-1920: parallels with today’s multi-ethnic society’,Irish Studies in Britain, 5, 9-10.
  • Clark, Dennis, The Irish in Philadelphia: ten generations of urban experience(Reprint – Philadelphia).
  • Cullen, L.M., ‘Galway merchants in the outside world, 1650-1800’ in D. O’Cearbhaill, Galway, town and crown 1484-1984(Dublin), 63-89.
  • De Verteuil, Anthony, History of the Irish in Trinidad(Trinidad).
  • Feheny, J. Matthew, ‘The London Catholic ragged school: an experiment for Irish destitute children’, Archivium Hibernicum, 39, 32-44.
  • Gailey, Alan, ‘Scotland, Ireland and America: migrant culture in the 17thand 18thcenturies’, Working Papers in Irish Studies, 84:1, 1-38.
  • Gibbons, Ivan, ‘The changing face of the Irish in Britain’, Irish Studies in Britain, 6, 9-10.
  • Gilley, Sheridan, ‘The Roman Catholic Church and the Nineteenth-Century Irish Diaspora’, Journal of Ecclesiastical History, 35, 188-207.
  • Kiernan, Colm (ed), Ireland and Australia(Dublin).
  • Nash-Chambers, Debra L., ‘In the palm of God’s hand? The Irish Catholic experience in mid-nineteenth century Guelph’, Study Sessions: Canadian Catholic Historical Association, 51, 67-87.
  • Nicolson, Murray W., ‘John Elmsley and the rise of Irish Catholic social action in Victorian Toronto’, Study Sessions: Canadian Catholic Historical Association, 51, 47-66.
  • O’Farrell, Patrick James, Letters from Irish Australia, 1825-1929(Sydney).
  • O’Gallagher, Marianna, ‘Grosse Île: gateway to Canada 1832-1937 (Quebec).
  • Reid, Richard & Keith Johnson (eds), The Irish Australians: selected articles for Australian and Irish family histories(Belfast).
  • Swift, Roger, “Another Stafford Street row’: law, order and the Irish presence in mid-Victorian Wolverhampton’, Immigrants & Minorities, 3, 5-29.
  • Wyman, Mark,Immigrants in the valley: Irish, Germans, and Americans in upper Mississippi country, 1830-1860(Chicago).

1983 

  • Aspinwall, Bernard, ‘Irish Americans and American nationality, 1848-66’ in T. Gallagher & T. O’Connell (eds), Contemporary Irish Studies(Manchester), 111-130.
  • Brasted, Howard V., ‘Irish Nationalism and the British Empire in the Late Nineteenth Century’ in Oliver MacDonagh, W. F. Mandle & Patrick Travers (eds), Irish Culture and Nationalism, 1750-1950(London).
  • Coffey, Hubert W. & Marjorie Jean Morgan, Irish Families in Australia and New Zealand, 1788-1983(South Melbourne).
  • Diner, Hasia, Erin’s Daughters in America: Irish Immigrant Women in the Nineteenth Century(Baltimore, MD).
  • Feheney, John P. M., ‘Delinquency among Irish Catholic children in Victorian London’, Irish Historical Studies, 23, 319-329.
  • MacDonagh, Oliver, ‘Irish culture and nationalism translated: St Patrick’s Day, 1888 in Australia’ in Oliver MacDonagh, W. F. Mandle & Patrick Travers (eds), ), Irish Culture and Nationalism, 1750-1950(London), 69-82.
  • McCracken, Donal P., ‘The Irish in Nineteenth Century South Africa’, Journal of the University of Durban, 4:2, 143-151.
  • Nicolson, Murray W., ‘Irish tridentine Catholicism in Victorian Toronto: vessel for ethno-religious persistence’, Study Sessions: Canadian Catholic Historical Association, 50:2, 415-436.

1982 

  • Akenson, Donald H., ‘Ontario: whatever happened to the Irish’, Canadian papers in rural history, 3, 204-256.
  • Bagenal, Philip H., The American Irish and their influence on Irish politics(London).
  • Barber, Sarah, ‘Irish migrant agricultural labourers in nineteenth century Lincolnshire’, Saothar: Journal of the Irish Labour History Society, 8, 10-22.
  • Brunger, Alan G., ‘Geographical propinquiry among pre-famine Catholic Irish settlers in upper Canada’, Journal of Historical Geography, 8, 265-282.
  • Collins, Brenda, ‘Irish emigration to Dundee and Paisley during the first half of the nineteenth century’ in J. M. Goldstrom & L. A. Clarkson (eds), Irish population, economy and society(Oxford), 196-212.
  • D’Arcy, Fergus A., ‘The London Irish and the Irish in Britain’, Soathar: Journal of the Irish Labour History Society, 8, 58-63.
  • Durey, Michael, ‘The Survival of an Irish Culture in Britain 1800-1845’, Historical Studies, 20:78, 14-35.
  • Finnegan, F., Poverty and prejudice: a study of Irish immigrants in York, 1840-1875(Cork).
  • Patrick, Ross, ‘A Dublin Young Irelander in Australia: Kevin O’Doherty and Eva of ‘The Nation”, Dublin Historical Record, 35:2, 56-70.
  • Stortz, Gerald J., ‘Archbishop Lynch and ‘New Ireland’: an unfulfilled dream for Canada’s Northwest’, Catholic Historical Review, 68, 612-624.

1981 

  • Caulfield, B. & A. Bhat, ‘The Irish in Britain: intermarriage and fertility levels, 1970-76’, New Community, 9, 73-83.
  • D’Arcy, Fergus A., ‘The Irish in 19thcentury Britain: reflections on their role and experience’, Irish History Workshop, 1, 3-12.
  • Doyle, David Noel, Ireland, Irishmen and revolutionary America, 1760-1820(Dublin).
  • Fergus, Howard A., ‘Montserrat ‘colony of Ireland’: the myth and the reality’, Studies: an Irish quarterly review, 70, 325-340.
  • Glynn, Sean, ‘Irish immigration to Britain, 1916-1951: patterns and policy’, Irish Economic and Social History, 8, 50-69.
  • Griffin, William D., A portrait of the Irish in America(New York).
  • Korol, Juan Carlos & H. Sabato, Como fue la immigracio Irlandesa en Argentina(Buenos Aires).
  • McDaniel, Isaac, ‘Orestes A. Brownson on Irish immigrants and American nativism’, American Benedictine Review, 32:2, 122-139.
  • Metress, Seamus P., The Irish-American experience: a guide to the literature(Washington, DC)
  • Ó Tuathaigh, M. A. G., ‘The Irish in nineteenth-century Britain: problems of integration’, Transactions of the Royal Historical Society, 31, 149-73.
  • Punch, Terence M., Irish Halifax: the immigrant generation, 1815-1859(Halifax, NS).
  • Salinger, Sharon Vineberg, ‘Colonial Labor in Transition: The Decline of Indentured Servitude in Late Eighteenth-Century Philadelphia’, Labor History, 22, 165-191.
  • White, Patricia Meade, The invincible Irish: Ronald Wilson Reagan – Irish ancestry and immigration to America(Santa Barbara, CA).

1980 

  • Adams, William Forbes, Ireland and Irish emigration to the New World from 1815 to the famine(Baltimore).
  • Blessing, Patrick J., The British and Irish in Oklahoma(Norman, OK).
  • Doyle, David Noel & Owen Dudley Edwards (eds), America and Ireland, 1776-1976: the American identity and the Irish connection(Westport, CT).
  • Fanning, Charles, Ellen Skerritt & John Corrigan, Nineteenth-century Chicago Irish: a social and political portrait(Chicago, IL).
  • Flannery, John Brendan, The Irish Texans(San Antonio, TX).
  • Greeley, Andrew A., The Irish-Americans: the rise to money and power(New York).
  • Lewis, C. Roy, ‘The Irish in Cardiff in the mi-nineteenth century’, Cambria: a Welsh geographical review, 7:1, 13-41.
  • MacKenzie, Angus A., The Irish in Cape Breton(Antigonish).
  • Miller, Kerby A., Bruce Boling & David N. Doyle, ‘Emigrants and exiles: Irish cultures and Irish emigration to North America 1790-1922’, Irish Historical Studies, 22, 97-125.
  • Mitchell, Arthur, The history of the Hibernian society of Charleston, S.C., 1799-1979(South Carolina).
  • O’Connell, Lucille, ‘Keating Hurly’s script book: an Irish immigrant in America, 1847-8’, Éire-Ireland, 15:2, 105-112.
  • Wood, Ian S., ‘John Wheatley, the Irish and the Labour Movement in Scotland’, Innes Review, 31, 71-85.

1979 

  • Bartolo, Odile, The Irish immigrants in Great Britain from 1750 to 1850(Paris).
  • Bayor, Ronald H., Neighbors in conflict: the Irish, German Jews and Italians of New York City, 1929-1941(Baltimore, MD).
  • Burchell, R. A., The San Francisco Irish, 1848-1880(Manchester).
  • Cushing, J. Elizabeth, Teresa Casey & Monica Robertson, A chronicle of Irish emigration to Saint John, New Brunswick, 1847(St John, NB).
  • George, A. D. & S. Clark, ‘Little Ireland: Manchester’, Industrial Archaeology, 14, 36-40.
  • Lee, L. H., Exiles of Erin: Irish migrants in Victorian London(Manchester).
  • O’Brien, Michael Joseph, Irish settlers in America(Baltimore, MD).
  • O’Connor, Thomas H., ‘The Irish in Boston’, Urban and Social Change Review, 12:2, 19-23.
  • O’Donnell, L. A., ‘From Limerick to the Golden Gate’, Studies: an Irish quarterly review, 68, 76-91.
  • Stortz, Gerald J., ‘Irish immigration to Canada in the nineteenth century’, Immigration History Newsletter, 11:2, 9-13.

1978 

  • Fanning, Charles, Finley Peter Dunne and Mr Dooley: the Chicago years(Lexington, KY).
  • Gilley, Sheridan, ‘English attitudes to the Irish in England 1780-1900’ in Colin Holmes (ed), Immigrants and minorities in British society(London), 81-110.
  • Griffin, Gerald, The wild geese(Norwood, PA).
  • Groneman, C., ‘Working class immigrant women in mid-nineteenth century New York: the Irish women’s experiences’, Journal of Urban History, 4, 255-274.
  • Hamilton, Pauline, The Irish: Making Australian society(Melbourne).
  • Morrissey, T., ‘The Irish student diaspora in the sixteenth century and the early years of the Irish College at Salamanca’, Recusant History, 14:$, 242-260.
  • Ryan, George S., ‘Shanties and shiftlessness: the immigrant Irish of Henry Thoreau’, Éire-Ireland, 13, 54-78.
  • Toner, Peter M., ‘The unstrung harp: Canada’s Irish’, Acadiensis: Journal of the History of the Atlantic Region, 7:2, 156-159.
  • Walsh, James P., The San Francisco Irish, 1850-1976(San Francisco).

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