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Merseypride: Essays in Liverpool Exceptionalism
Illustrations Tables Acknowledgements Introduction: the new 'Livercool' Preface to the first edition Part One: Merseypride 1 'Liverpool's story is the world's glory' 2 'An accent exceedingly rare':Expand
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Popular politics, riot and labour : essays in Liverpool history, 1790-1940
Introduction - the peculiarities of Liverpool, John Belchem the growth of Liverpool, Michael Power "This Whig and Tory ridden town" - popular politics in Liverpool in the Chartist era, Kevin MooreExpand
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Irish, Catholic and Scouse: The History of the Liverpool-Irish, 1800-1939
List of Tables List of Abbreviations Acknowledgements Preface Introduction: 'A Piece Cut Off from the Old Sod Itself' Part One: 1800-1914 1 Poor Paddy: The Irish in the Liverpool Labour Market 2 'TheExpand
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The Little Manx Nation: Antiquarianism, Ethnic Identity, and Home Rule Politics in the Isle of Man, 1880–1918
As imperial pride flourished in the racial discourse of late Victorian British politics, ethnic revival and Celtic nationalism also gained purchase and resonance. These complex and seeminglyExpand
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The Liverpool‐Irish enclave
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Industrialization and the Working Class: The English Experience 1750-1900
This book provides the reader with a wide-ranging social history of the English working class from 1750 to 1900, and brings a new perspective to historical debate about the industrial revolution andExpand
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Liverpool 800: Culture, Character, History
Liverpool celebrates its 800th anniversary in 2007, and will be European Capital of Culture in 2008. As the city reinvents itself and looks forward, it is also learning from its past. "Liverpool 800:Expand
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“Freedom and Friendship to Ireland”: Ribbonism in Early Nineteenth-Century Liverpool
The paper examines the role of “nationalist” secret societies among the rapidly growing Irish community in Britain in the 1830s and 1840s. The main port of entry, Liverpool occupied a pivotal role asExpand
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