- Author:Dennis Clark
- Publisher:Temple University Press (January 15, 1982)
- Pages:264 pages
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Commonwealth "A fine book about the Irish in Philadelphia that is a combination of social history and a. .Though it has no photos or graphics, for those with Irish ancestry in Philadelphia, it can nonetheless paint a good picture of immigrant life back then
Commonwealth "A fine book about the Irish in Philadelphia that is a combination of social history and a study of ten generations of a transplanted minority struggling initially for survival, then for advancement, affluence, recognition and identity against formidable odds. Though it has no photos or graphics, for those with Irish ancestry in Philadelphia, it can nonetheless paint a good picture of immigrant life back then. It even briefly mentioned and described a neighborhood that was among the first my family lived in. It is a scholarly work published by Temple University in 1973, footnoted, and well sourced.
Clark, Dennis, 1927-. Philadelphia : Temple University Press. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china.
The Irish In Philadelphia: Ten Generations of Urban Experience. This book covers the anti-Irish riots of 1844, the huge influx of immigrants in the 1840s and 1860s, the separate institutions constructed in the city by the Irish (including a nearly unique parochial school system), the way the Civil War changed attitudes toward the Irish, Philadelphia's participation in "The troubles" in Ireland, among other topics. Coming from an Irish Catholic family with roots in this city going back at least 150 years, this book was extremely interesting and informative.
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Dennis J. Clark, who championed the underclass as a government worker, teacher, author, historian and . Among his 11 books and hundreds of articles were "The Irish in Philadelphia: 10 Generations of Urban Experience" (Temple, 1973) and "Hibernia America" (1986). Clark, who championed the underclass as a government worker, teacher, author, historian and foundation executive, died at his home in Philadelphia on Friday. He was 66. The cause was cancer, his family said. Dr. Clark's involvement in social causes started in the 1940's, when he organized migrant workers in the West, then returned to Philadelphia to help the housing authority desegregate its projects.
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