- Author:Colm Kiernan
- Publisher:Gill and Macmillan; First Edition edition (1984)
- Pages:238 pages
- Subcategory:Ethnic & National
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his last book, Australia and Ireland – Bicentenary Essays 1788–1988.
his last book, Australia and Ireland – Bicentenary Essays 1788–1988. Kiernan was the only son of Dr Thomas Joseph Kiernan, Irish diplomat and academic, and the Irish ballad singer Delia Murphy. The Irish poet Daniel Kelleher wrote this poem for Colm Kiernan to mark his christening .
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Daniel Mannix and Ireland. Morwell, Vic : Alella Books. You must be logged in to Tag Records. Daniel Mannix and Ireland, Colm Kiernan. Book, Online - Google Books. Daniel Mannix and Ireland, Colm Kiernan Alella Books Morwell, Vic 1984. Australian/Harvard Citation. Kiernan, Colm, 1931-.
Kiernan, Colm, Daniel Mannix and Ireland, Morwell, Vi. Australia: Alella Books; Dublin: Gill and Macmillan, 1984. Santamaria, Bartholomew Augustine, Archbishop Mannix: his contribution to the art of public leadership in Australia, Carlton South, Vi. Melbourne University Press, 1978. Santamaria, Bartholomew Augustine, Daniel Mannix, the quality of leadership, Carlton, Vi. Melbourne University Press; Beaverton, O. International Scholarly Book Services, 1984. Encyclopedia of World Biography.
Mannix was the only Irish Catholic bishop in the world who belligerently supported the republican side against the free staters in the Civil War") quotes Colm Kiernan, Daniel Mannix and Ireland to the effect that Mannix would not have become so radical an Irish Nationalist if he had remained in Ireland: "The 1916 Irish rebellion was an episode in Mannix's progressive radicalisation, not its cause. In Ireland Mannix would not have supported the rebellion or the subsequent achievement by force of Irish independence.
Daniel Mannix was the subject of a five part dramatized documentary, Turbulent Priest, written by Gerry McArdle and transmitted . Daniel Mannix and Ireland. Morwell, Vi. Australia: Alella Books, 1984.
Daniel Mannix was the subject of a five part dramatized documentary, Turbulent Priest, written by Gerry McArdle and transmitted on RTÉ Radio 1. References.
Daniel Kiernan 1898Daniel Kiernan in 1911 Ireland Census. Daniel had 9 siblings: John Kiernan, Joseph Kiernan, Michael Kiernan, Lizzie J Kiernan, Peter Kiernan, Alicia Kiernan, James Kiernan, Susannah Kiernan and Bridget Kiernan. Daniel Kiernan was born circa 1898, in County Longford, Ireland, to John Kiernan and Cathrine Kiernan. Daniel had 3 siblings: Thomas Kiernan, James Kiernan and Mary Ellen Kiernan. Daniel lived on April 2 1911, in Smear, Columbkille, Longford, Ireland. Daniel Kiernan 1897Daniel Kiernan in 1901 Ireland Census. Daniel lived on April 2 1911, in Corracreeny, Carrigallen East, Leitrim, Ireland.
Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780949681140. Release Date:January 1984. Publisher:Gill and Macmillan.
Daniel Mannix (1864-1963), Catholic archbishop, was born on 4 March 1864 at his father's substantial tenant farm Deerpark, Charleville (Rathluirc), Cork, Ireland, son of Timothy Mannix and his wife Ellen, née Cagney.