26 thoughts on “Constance Markievicz in Irish history

  1. Reblogged this on redhenrun and commented:
    Came across this very interesting post, and this most interesting blogger, in my trawls through wordpress today. I`m pretty flattered that Dear Kitty.Some Blog linked this post on Countess Markievicz to my post on Glasnevin Cemetery too. Yep, I`m Aesop`s Crow with the cheese…;-)
    Anyway, enjoy!

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  2. 2016 marks the centenary of the Irish Rising so naturally, there`s a lot of interest here in Ireland in our nationalist heroines and heroes. Thank you for this. I`ve reblogged it and I am also flattered that you`ve linked to my post on Glasnevin Cemetery. All of Irish history is there. I do hope you get there some day, or maybe even have already been.

    Your blog is amazing, by the way.

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    • Hi, thank you so much, Red Hen! Welcome here at my blog 🙂 I have been to Ireland, and have good memories of the Giant’s Causeway, Cliffs of Moher, Cashel, the Skellig islands, and others 🙂

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