Collection: Stephen Griffin Collection >> Doing my bit for Ireland / by Margaret Skinnider.
Doing my bit for Ireland /
by Margaret Skinnider.
|Main Creator:||Skinnider, Margaret.|
Skinnider, a Glaswegian Cumann na mBan and Irish Citizen Army Volunteer, gives a first-hand account of her active rolet prior to and after the 1916 Rising, including her inside story from the Republican garrison in the College of Surgeons on st Stephen's Green. She was the only female Volunteer wounded during the Rising and played a very active role for years after in the struggle for Irish freedom. Although the author was not an Irish-American, this work, suppressed in England, would have had a powerful influence on Irish-Americans.
|Published / Created:||
New York : The Century Co., 1917.
Rebellion of Easter, 1916.
Physical description: x p., 2 leaves, 3-251 pages including plates, portraits, facsimiles : illustrations(portraits), folded facsimiles ; 18 cm.
|Contained in:||Stephen Griffin Collection|
GR 5480: Stephen Griffin Collection
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|AA13904||Main Reading Room||Irish|
|GR 5480||Main Reading Room||Griffin|