2 edition of Meagher of the sword found in the catalog.
Meagher of the sword
Christian D. Stevens
A biography of the colorful Irishman, Thomas Francis Meagher, who as a Civil War general, led the Irish Brigade, and later, as acting governor of Montana Territory, quelled many Indian uprisings.
|Statement||by Christian D. Stevens.|
|LC Classifications||E467.1.M4 S7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 275 p.|
|Number of Pages||275|
|LC Control Number||67004943|
Thomas Francis Meagher - Meagher of the Sword. This article is also from the book "Some Historical Notices of the Meaghers of Ikerrin", by Joseph Casimir O'Meagher. Thomas Meagher was a Irish patriot and a U.S. Civil War Brigadier General of the Irish Brigade. Mahers and Meaghers sent to Australia. John Meagher and 1 other person liked Latz's review of Tales of the Left Hand, Book 1: "You want adventure, pirates, magic and elves all in one book? Read this!"/5.
On Abhorring the Sword by Thomas Francis Meagher. Ireland (). Vol. VI. Bryan, William Jennings, ed. The World's Famous Orations. From Thomas Francis Meagher’s “Sword Speech” (via Timothy Egan’s The Immortal Irishman) by Jeff Alford Ma “Be it for the defence, or be it for the assertion of a nation’s liberty, I look upon the sword as a sacred weapon.
With the release this Friday of the major motion picture "Gods and Generals," we thought this an opportune time to review the book by author Jeff Shaara that gave rise to the film, focusing on the book's portrayals of the Irish.. Shaara's book is a "prequel" to Michael Shaara's Pulitzer Prize winning book "The Killer Angels," which chronicled the battle of Gettysburg, concentrating on several. Thanks Glen. I plan to purchase the reference book you suggested. I passed on the sword which has since sold. I'm really looking more for the ones that are similar to the Model as I know the sword General Meagher of the Irish Brigade carried was very similar.
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Meagher of the sword;: A dramatization of the life of Thomas Francis Meagher, [Stevens, Christian D] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Meagher of the sword;: A dramatization of the life of Thomas Francis Meagher5/5(1).
Meagher of the Sword Exiled from Ireland, he won fame in the Civil War and died mysteriously on the Montana frontier. Harold Holzer. Updated Feb. 26, pm ETReviews: 6. The British send Meagher to the Australian penal colony where he eventually escapes to America.
Although the book is a novel, Richard Wheeler did extensive research to ensure his historical facts are correct. The only fiction in this book are the thoughts of the /5(3). Irish patriot, Civil War general, frontier governor - Thomas Francis Meagher played key roles in three major historical arenas and is hailed today as a hero by some, condemned as a drunkard by others.
Paul R. Wylie now offers a definitive biography of this nineteenth-century figure who has long remained an Irish General first recalls Meagher's life from his boyhood and leadership of. “Thomas Francis Meagher was born in the city of Waterford, Ireland, in the year His father was a wealthy merchant of that ancient city, and his standing with his fellow-citizens may be gauged by the fact that he was elected mayor, being the first Catholic for over two hundred years to occupy that honourable position.
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Meagher of the sword; a dramatization of the life of Thomas Francis Meagher. [Christian D Stevens] -- A biography of the colorful Irishman, Thomas Francis Meagher, who as a Civil War general, led the Irish Brigade, and later, as acting governor of. A rebel, an exile, a marooned patriot, an editor, a lawyer, an explorer, a Civil War general, an acting governor, an orator,"" he was called Meagher of the Sword because of ""his faith in the dream of freedom."" This biographical fiction reads like an overlong, overwritten movie script, starting with his first trip away from home for schooling and ending with ""time and the river."".
Meagher of the sword: speeches of Thomas Francis Meagher in Ireland, his narrative of events in Ireland in Julypersonal reminiscences of Waterford, Galway, and his schooldays [Thomas Francis Meagher, Arthur Griffith] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
This is a reproduction of a book published before Thomas Francis Meagher (): The Sword Speech. From Irish Oratory and Orators.
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(10). The book about Thomas Francis Meagher should win a Pulitzer for revitalizing the interest in the Brigadier General who could potentially be the greatest Irishman in American history. From birth to Author: Niall O'dowd. Meagher of the Sword is the story of Gen.
Thomas F. Meagher's career as leader of the Irish Brigade during the American Civil War. “Meagher of the Sword" - My Unusual Ancestor.
Thomas Meagher, from my mother’s side of our family, spent a lifetime fighting. He battled the British in Ireland, the Confederates in America, and sometimes, the generals he was supposed to be fighting on the same side with.
Along the way, this fierce patriot also created the flag of Ireland. By Robert Doyle He is one of the most iconic figures of the American Civil War and, as the commander of the Union Army’s Irish Brigade, Thomas Francis Meagher (right, from from Arthur Griffith's "Meagher of the Sword," Dublin, ) is probably the most famous of the Irish-born soldiers who fought during that five-year he spent his childhood in County Kildare.
Get this from a library. Meagher of the sword: speeches of Thomas Francis Meagher in Ireland, his narrative of events in Ireland in Julypersonal reminiscences of Waterford, Galway, and his schooldays. [Thomas Francis Meagher; Arthur Griffith]. Meagher of the sword: speeches of Thomas Francis Meagher in Ireland, his narrative of events in Ireland in Julypersonal reminiscences of Waterford, Galway, and his schooldays by Meagher, Thomas Francis, ; Griffith, Arthur,editorPages: Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
Meagher of the sword by Christian D. Stevens; 1 edition; First published in ; People: Thomas Francis Meagher (). Meagher, known as “Meagher of the Sword” for his fierce oratory on the issue of the right of the Irish nation to fight for its freedom, was first to fly the Irish Tricolor and was the leading.
Meagher was famous for his passionate revolutionary speeches, gaining him the name “Meagher of the Sword”. This volume is a collection of some of Meagher’s speeches as well as his personal recollections of Ireland in JulyWaterford, Galway and his schooldays. There are sixteen illustrations in this volume, some of Meagher himself.
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