John Ferguson, Michael Davitt and Henry George—Land for the People

@article{Mcbride2006JohnFM,
  title={John Ferguson, Michael Davitt and Henry George—Land for the People},
  author={Terence Mcbride},
  journal={Irish Studies Review},
  year={2006},
  volume={14},
  pages={421 - 430}
}
At the now famous meeting held in Irishtown, Co. Mayo, in April 1879—generally recognised as the first major public demonstration in the Irish Land War—John Ferguson, Ulster-born and de facto leade... 
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