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The land question and the Irish economy, 1870-1903.

by Barbara L. Solow

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Published by Harvard University Press in Cambridge, Mass .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Ireland,
  • Ireland.
    • Subjects:
    • Land tenure -- Ireland,
    • Agriculture -- Economic aspects -- Ireland,
    • Ireland -- Economic conditions

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. [236]-242.

      SeriesHarvard economic studies,, v. 139
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD625 .S64
      The Physical Object
      Paginationix, 247 p.
      Number of Pages247
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4769790M
      ISBN 100674508750
      LC Control Number78158431

      Buy Ireland and the Land Question (Lancaster Pamphlets) 1 by Winstanley, Michael J. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book 4/5(1). Ireland under the Union After the Irish representatives in the British Parliament attempted to maintain the Irish question as a major issue in British politics. O'Connell worked to repeal the union with Britain, which was felt to operate to Ireland's disadvantage, and to reform the government in Ireland.

      Irish Roots: The Land Commission’s forbidden fruit A huge collection of lateth century/earlyth century land records is sitting in a warehouse in Co Laois, and few are granted : John Grenham. The Irish Land Question, by THOMAS P. O'NEILL, M.A. 1 N modern Irish history the land question has been one of the most important elements. In the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries the upheaval in land ownership and the uprooting of the Gaelic system was completed. In some areas the Tudors and in others the first Stuarts.

      The land question and the Irish economy – , (Massachusetts, ) and Vaughan, Landlords and Tenants in Mid-Victorian Ireland, p. This interpretation has been responsible for the lack of investigation into the Pollok evictions and deserves careful consideration in terms of the study being undertaken.   The Irish famine in the mids, caused by the failure of the potato crop, called Mill’s attention to the agricultural and economic problems of Ireland. This chapter discusses his engagement in the so-called Irish land question at this period in light of contemporary discussion on Irish national character and the Irish : Yuichiro Kawana.


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Introduction --Mr. Gladstone and the Land Act of --The Assumptions of the Land Act: Evictions, Rents, and Improvements --Real Factors in the Development of the Irish Agricultural Economy to --The Downturn in Irish Agriculture --The Land Act of --Rent and Income in the 's --Some Reflections.

The Land Question and the Irish Economy – was written nearly 40 1870-1903. book ago, without the benefit of the flowering of scholarship in Irish history that has appeared since then.

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