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1. Rebellion in Wartime Ireland – Easter 1916
In this article, Dave Hennessy hopes to bring a better understanding of how different people viewed what was happening in Ireland during Easter 1916; from ordinary people to Augustine Birrell who was Ireland's Chief Secretary, and how these events impacted on them.
2. The Hay Plan & Conscription In Ireland During WW1
The story of how Britain attempted to introduce conscription into Ireland during World War 1. The article also documents the plan prepared by Captain Stuart Hay to make conscription in Ireland a reality.
3. Ireland's Forgotten Allotment Scheme
An article by Dave Hennessy on the allotment movement in Ireland during World War One. A contrast is drawn between the development of allotments in Dublin and Belfast. Mention is made of the role played by the Dublin Vacant Land Society and Saint Vincent De Paul.
4. Christmas In Ireland 1914
A short article by Dave Hennessy on the first Christmas in Ireland after the commencement of World War 1. The editorial positions of several newspapers including The Freemans Journal, The Irish Volunteer and The Cork Examiner are investigated.
5. Dungarvan Creamery
The role of Dungarvan Creamery in the Irish dairy co-operative movement.
6. The First World War And Ireland
August 4th, 2004 is the ninetieth anniversary of the First World War. In this article Dave Hennessy chronicles the military and civilian contribution made to the war effort by Irish people.
7. Street Names of Dungarvan And Abbeyside
A list of Dungarvan & Abbeyside street names and their historical equivalents. This article should be of use to genealogists tracing their ancestors.
8. Observations On The State Of Waterford 1813
John Christian Curwen was a renowned agriculturalist and parliamentarian. His views on Ireland, where he spent time between 1813 and 1816, are set out in "Observations on the State of Ireland, Principally Directed to its Agriculture and Rural Population" (1818).
9. Kilgrovan (or Mount Melleray) Ogham Stones
William Williams of Dungarvan found the Kilgrovan Ogham Stones in 1857. At the turn of the century (1900) the stones were transferred from Clonea to Mount Melleray Abbey.
10. People in Waterford History - 17th Century
In this article you can read about prominent County Waterford people of the 17th century. The article people are placed in is based on the century of their greatest achievement.
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