Bodleian Library, Oxford
H. H. Asquith
F. A. Hemming
Boole Library, University College, Cork
British Library, London
John Henry Bernard
Cardinal Tomàs Ó Fiaich Memorial Library and Archive, Armagh
William J. Walsh (Toner Copies)
Christian Brothers' Generalate, Rome
Index of Members of the Order
Churchill College, Cambridge
Winston S. Churchill (Chartwell Papers)
Cork City & County Archives
Irish National Archives, Dublin
Census of Ireland, 1901
RIC County Inspectors' Reports, 1902–8
Irish Military Archives, Dublin
Bureau of Military History, 1913–22, witness statements
Sean McKeown memoir
James Wood Archive
National Library of Ireland, Dublin
G. F. H. Berkeley
W. G. Fallon
T. P. Gill
J. J. Horgan
William O'Brien of Cork
Francis and Hannah Sheehy‐Skeffington
Minutes of UIL National Directory
Minutes of Sinn Féin Standing Committee
Parliamentary Archives, Westminster
Andrew Bonar Law
David Lloyd George
Plunkett Foundation, Woodstock, Oxfordshire
Sir Horace Plunkett
Pontifical Irish College, Rome
W. H. Murphy
Public Record Office of Northern Ireland, Belfast
Sam Hanna Bell
Sir Edward Carson
Lestrange & Brett
Hugh de Fellenberg Montgomery
St Malachy's Church Parish Register, 1858
RIC County Inspectors' Reports, 1909–21
Trinity College, Dublin
Irish Convention, 1917–18
University College, Dublin
Eamon de Valera
T. M. Kettle
Patrick Darby, Portrush, Jan. 1995
Paddy Devlin, Coleraine, May 1983
Thomas Dillon, Dublin, Aug. 1966
W. G. Fallon, Dublin, Aug. 1966
James Kelly, Belfast, Jan. 2005
Alban Maginness, Belfast, Dec. 2004
William McMullen, Dublin, Dec. 1971
John O'Leary, Dublin, Dec. 1971
F. J. Whitford, Belfast, October 1970
Newspapers and Magazines
Belfast Evening Telegraph
Catholic Herald (various regional editions)
Shan Van Vocht
Sunday Independent (Dublin)
Census of Ireland, 1861–1911.
House of Commons, Parliamentary Debates.
Report of the Commissioners of Inquiry into the Origins and Character of the Riots in Belfast in July and September 1857, HC, 1857–8, xxvi.
Report of the Commissioners of Inquiry into the Belfast Riots of 1864, HC, 1865, xxviii.
Report from the Select Committee on the Belfast Corporation Bill and the Londonderry Improvement Bill. Minutes and Index. HC, 1896, viii.
Contemporary Publications: Memoirs, Documentary Collections, and Works of Reference
Addison, Christopher, Four and a Half Years: A Personal Diary from June 1914 to January 1919 (2 vols.; London, 1933).
—— Politics from Within, 1911–18 (2 vols.; London, 1924).
Barnes, George, From Workshop to War Cabinet (London, 1924).
Belfast and Province of Ulster Directory (Belfast, annual).
Birrell, Augustine, Things Past Redress (London, 1933).
Boland, John P., An Irishman's Day (London, 1948).
Bowley, A. L., Wages in the United Kingdom in the Nineteenth Century (Cambridge, 1900).
Brown, W. F., Through Windows of Memory (London, 1946).
Buckland, Patrick (ed.), Irish Unionism 1885–1923: A Documentary History (Belfast, 1973).
Campbell, A. Albert, Belfast Newspapers Past and Present (Belfast, 1921).
Chamberlain, Austen, Politics from Inside: An Epistolary Chronicle, 1906–14 (London, 1936).
Churchill, Randolph S., Winston S. Churchill, ii. Young Statesman 1901–1914, Companion volume (London, 1967).
Clery, Arthur, The Idea of a Nation (Dublin, 1907; new edn., 2002).
Corish, Patrick J. (ed.), ‘Irish College, Rome: Kirby Papers, Parts 1–3’, in Archivium Hibernicum, 30–2 (1972–4).
—— British Parliamentary Election Results, 1918–1949 (London, 1977).
Cronin, Sean (ed.), The McGarrity Papers (Tralee, 1972).
Elliott, Sydney, Northern Ireland Parliamentary Election Results, 1921–1972 (Chichester, 1973).
Funchion, Michael (ed.), Irish‐American Voluntary Organizations (Westport, CT, 1983).
Gaughan, J. Anthony (ed.), Memoirs of Senator Joseph Connolly (Dublin, 1996).
George, D. Lloyd, War Memoirs (2 vols.; London, 1938).
Gwynn, Stephen, John Redmond's Last Years (London, 1919).
Healy, T. M., Letters and Leaders of my Day (London, 1928).
Hepburn, A. C. (ed.), The Conflict of Nationality in Modern Ireland (London, 1980).
—— (ed.), Ireland 1905–25, ii. Documents and Analysis (Newtownards, 1998).
Hewins, W. A. S., The Apologia of an Imperialist: Forty Years of Empire Policy (London, 1929).
Hogan, David, The Four Glorious Years (Dublin, 1953).
Hone, J. M., ‘James Larkin and the Nationalist Party’, Contemporary Review, 104 (Dec. 1913), 786.
Horgan, J. J., Parnell to Pearse (Dublin, 1948).
Irish Transport and General Workers' Union, The Attempt to Smash the ITGWU (Dublin, 1924).
Jesuit Fathers (ed.), A Page of Irish History (Dublin, 1930).
Jones, Thomas, Whitehall Diary, iii. Ireland, 1918–1925 (London, 1971).
Kelly, James, Bonfires on the Hillside (Belfast, 1995).
‘Kenna, G. B.’ (Revd John Hassan), Facts and Figures of the Belfast Pogrom (Dublin, 1922; new edn., 1997).
McComb, William, The Repealer Repulsed (Dublin, 1841; new edn., 2003).
McDonagh, Michael, ‘Sinn Fein and Labour in Ireland’, Contemporary Review, 113 (Apr. 1918), 424–33.
Macentee, Sean, Episode at Easter (Dublin, 1966).
Mac Eoin, Uinseann, Survivors (Dublin, 1980).
Mac Giolla Choille, Brendan (ed.), Intelligence Notes, 1913–16 (Dublin, 1966).
McMullen, William, With James Connolly in Belfast (n.p., n.d. [Dublin, 1951]).
Moore, Maurice, ‘History of the Irish Volunteers’ (written 1918; published in serial form in Irish Press, Jan.–Mar. 1938).
Morgan, K. O. (ed.), Lloyd George Family Letters, 1885–1936 (London, 1973).
Ó Buachalla, Seamas (ed.), The Letters of P. H. Pearse (Gerrards Cross, 1980).
O'Brien, Conor Cruise, Memoir: My Life and Times (London, 1998).
O'Brien, William, An Olive Branch in Ireland (London, 1910).
—— The Irish Revolution and How it Came About (London, 1923).
O'Brien, William (of Dublin), Forth the Banners Go (Dublin, 1969).
—— (of Dublin), and Ryan, Desmond (eds.), Devoy's Postbag, ii (Dublin, 1953).
O'Dea, John, History of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and Ladies Auxiliary (Philadelphia, 1923).
O'Hanlon, Revd W. M., Walks among the Poor of Belfast (Belfast, 1853; new edn., Wakefield, 1971).
O'Laverty, Revd James, An Historical Account of the Diocese of Down and Connor, v (Dublin, 1895).
Riddell, Lord, Lord Riddell's War Diary (London, 1933).
—— More Pages from my Diary, 1908–14 (London, 1934).
Stenton, Michael, and Lees, Stephen (eds.), Who's Who of British Members of Parliament since 1832 (4 vols.; Hassocks, 1978).
Taylor, A. J. P. (ed.), Lloyd George: A Diary by Frances Stevenson (London, 1971).
United Protestant Committee, Statistics of Protestantism and Romanism (Belfast, 1857).
Vaughan, W. E., and Fitzpatrick, A. J. (eds.), Irish Historical Statistics: Population, 1821–1971 (Dublin, 1978).
Walker, B. M. (ed.), Parliamentary Election Results in Ireland, 1801–1922 (Dublin, 1978).
—— (ed.), Parliamentary Election Results in Ireland, 1918–1992 (Dublin, 1992).
Washington, Booker T. (ed.), The Negro Problem: A Series of Articles by Representative Negroes of To‐day (New York, 1903).
Wilson, Alec (ed.), PR Urban Elections in Ulster, 1920 (2nd edn., London, 1971).
Wilson, Trevor (ed.), The Political Diaries of C. P. Scott, 1911–1928 (London, 1970).
Wright, Arnold, Disturbed Dublin (London, 1914).
Books and Articles
Adams, Gerry, Falls Memories (Dingle, 1982).
—— Who Fears to Speak . . . ? The Story of Belfast and the 1916 Rising (Belfast, 1991).
Allen, Nicholas, and Kelly, A. (eds.), The Cities of Belfast (Dublin, 2003).
Augusteijn, Joost (ed.), The Irish Revolution, 1913–23 (London and Basingstoke, 2002).
Bardon, Jonathan, A History of Ulster (Belfast, 1992).
Bew, Paul, Conflict and Conciliation in Ireland: Parnellites and Radical Agrarians (Oxford, 1987).
—— Ideology & the Irish Question, 1912–16: Ulster Unionism & Irish Nationalism, 1912–1916 (Oxford, 1994).
—— John Redmond (Dundalk, 1996).
—— Ireland: The Politics of Enmity, 1789–2006 (Oxford, 2007).
Blake, Robert, The Unknown Prime Minister: The Life & Times of Andrew Bonar Law, 1858–1923 (London, 1955).
Bolster, E., The Knights of St Columbanus (Dublin, 1979).
Bowman, John, De Valera and the Ulster Question, 1917–1973 (Oxford, 1982).
Bowman, Timothy, Irish Regiments in the Great War (Manchester, 2003).
Boyce, D. George, Nationalism in Ireland (London, 1982; 2nd edn., 1991).
—— and O'Day, Alan (eds.), The Ulster Crisis, 1885–1921 (London, 2006).
Boyd, Andrew, Holy War in Belfast (1969; 3rd edn., Belfast, 1987).
Boyle, John W., The Irish Labour Movement in the Nineteenth Century (Washington, 1988).
Brady, L. W., T. P. O'Connor and the Liverpool Irish (London, 1983).
Buckland, Patrick, The Factory of Grievances: Devolved Government in Northern Ireland, 1921–39 (Dublin, 1979).
Budge, Ian, and O'Leary, Cornelius, Belfast: Approach to Crisis. A Study of Belfast Politics, 1613–1970 (London, 1973).
Bull, Philip, ‘William O'Brien: Problems Reappraising his Political Career’, in Oliver MacDonagh and W. F. Mandle, Ireland & Irish‐Australia: Studies in Cultural and Political History (London, 1986), 49–63.
—— Land, Politics & Nationalism: A Study of the Irish Land Question (Dublin, 1996).
—— ‘The Formation of the United Irish League, 1898–1900: The Dynamics of Irish Agrarian Agitation’, Irish Historical Studies, 33 (Nov. 2003), 132.
Callanan, Frank, T. M. Healy (Cork, 1996).
Campbell, Fergus, Land and Revolution: Nationalist Politics in the West of Ireland, 1891–1921 (Oxford, 2005).
—— ‘Who Ruled Ireland? The Irish Administration, 1879–1914’, Historical Journal, 50/3 (2007).
Carroll, Denis, They Have Fooled You Again: Michael O'Flanagan (1876–1942), Priest, Republican, Social Critic (Dublin, 1993).
Carroll, Francis M., The American Presence in Ulster: A Diplomatic History, 1796–1996 (Washington, 2005).
Coleman, Marie, County Longford & the Irish Revolution, 1910–23 (Dublin, 2003).
Collins, Peter (ed.), Nationalism and Unionism: Conflict in Ireland, 1885–1921 (Belfast, 1994).
Connolly, S. J., Houston, R. A., and Morris, R. J. (eds.), Conflict, Identity and Economic Development: Ireland and Scotland, 1600–1939 (Preston, 1995).
Coogan, Tim Pat, Michael Collins (London, 1990).
Cooter, Roger, When Paddy Met Geordie: The Irish in Co. Durham & Newcastle, 1840–1880 (Sunderland, 2005).
Darby, John, Dodge, N. N., and Hepburn, A. C. (eds.), Political Violence: Ireland in a Comparative Perspective (Belfast, 1990).
Davies, Sam, Liverpool Labour: Social & Political Influences on the Development of the Labour Party in Liverpool 1900–1939 (Keele, 1996).
Denman, T., Ireland's Unknown Soldiers: The 16th (Irish) Division in the Great War (Dublin, 1992).
De Wiel, Jerome Aan, The Catholic Church in Ireland, 1914–1918 (Dublin, 2003).
Devlin, Paddy, Yes We Have No Bananas: Outdoor Relief in Belfast, 1920–39 (Belfast, 1981).
Eckstein, Harry, The English Health Service: Its Origin, Structure, and Achievements (Cambridge, MA, 1958).
Elliott, Marianne, The Catholics of Ulster: A History (London, 2000).
English, Richard, Armed Struggle: The History of the IRA (London, 2003).
—— Irish Freedom: The History of Nationalism in Ireland (London, 2006).
Farrell, Michael, ‘The Great Belfast Strike of 1919’, Northern Star, 3 (Feb.–Mar. 1971).
—— Northern Ireland: The Orange State (London, 1976).
—— Arming the Protestants (London, 1983).
Feeney, Brian, Sinn Féin: A Hundred Turbulent Years (Dublin, 2002).
Ferriter, Diarmaid, The Transformation of Ireland, 1900–2000 (London, 2004).
—— Judging Dev: A Reassessment of the Life and Legacy of Eamon de Valera (Dublin, 2007).
Finnan, Joseph P., John Redmond and Irish Unity, 1912–18 (Syracuse, NY, 2004).
Fitzpatrick, David, Politics & Irish Life: Provincial Experience of War and Revolution 1913–21 (Dublin,1977).
—— The Two Irelands, 1912–1939 (Oxford, 1998).
Foley, Conor, Legion of the Rearguard: The IRA and the Modern Irish State (London, 1992).
Foster, R. F., Modern Ireland, 1600–1972 (London, 1988).
—— The Irish Story: Telling Tales and Making it up in Ireland (London, 2001).
Garvin, Tom, Nationalist Revolutionaries in Ireland, 1858–1928 (Oxford, 1987).
—— 1922: The Birth of Irish Democracy (Dublin, 1996).
Gray, John, City in Revolt: James Larkin & the Belfast Dock Strike of 1907 (Belfast, 1985).
Greaves, Desmond, The Life & Times of James Connolly (London, 1961).
Gregory, Adrian, and Paseta, Senia (eds.), Ireland and the Great War: ‘A War to Unite us All’? (Manchester, 2002).
Griffin, Brian, The Bulkies: Police and Crime in Belfast, 1800–1865 (Dublin, 1997).
Gwynn, Denis, The Life of John Redmond (London, 1932).
Handley, James E., The Irish in Modern Scotland (Cork, 1947).
Harris, Mary, The Catholic Church & the Foundation of the Northern Irish State, 1912–30 (Cork, 1993).
Hart, Peter, The IRA and its Enemies: Violence and Community in Cork, 1916–1923 (Oxford, 1998).
—— The IRA at War, 1916–23 (Oxford, 2003).
—— Mick: The Real Michael Collins (London, 2005).
Hennessey, Thomas, Dividing Ireland: World War One and Partition (London, 1998).
Hepburn, A. C. ‘The Irish Council Bill and the Fall of Sir Antony MacDonnell, 1906–7’, Irish Historical Studies, 17/68 (Sept. 1971).
—— A Past Apart: Studies in the History of Catholic Belfast, 1850–1950 (Belfast, 1996).
—— Contested Cities in the Modern West (London, 2004).
Hill, Jacqueline R., A New History of Ireland, vii. 1921–1984 (Oxford, 2003).
Hirst, Catherine, Religion, Politics and Violence in Nineteenth‐Century Belfast: The Pound and Sandy Row (Dublin, 2002).
Hopkinson, Michael, Green against Green: The Irish Civil War (Dublin, 1988).
—— The Irish War of Independence (Dublin, 2002).
Howe, Stephen, Ireland and Empire: Colonial Legacies in Irish History and Culture (Oxford, 2000).
Jackson, Alvin, Ireland, 1798–1998: Politics and War (Oxford, 1999).
—— Home Rule: An Irish History, 1800–2000 (Oxford, 2003).
Jalland, Patricia, The Liberals and Ireland: The Ulster Question in British Politics to 1914 (Brighton, 1980).
Jefferson, Herbert, Viscount Pirrie of Belfast (Belfast, 1948).
Jeffery, Keith, Ireland and the Great War (Cambridge, 2000).
—— Field Marshal Sir Henry Wilson: A Political Soldier (Oxford, 2006).
Kelly, Matthew J., The Fenian Ideal and Irish Nationalism, 1882–1916 (Woodbridge, 2006).
Keogh, Dermot, The Vatican, the Bishops and Irish Politics 1919–39 (Cambridge, 1986).
Kinealy, Christine, and MacAtasney, Gerard, The Hidden Famine: Hunger, Poverty and Sectarianism in Belfast (London, 2000).
Kissane, Bill, The Politics of the Irish Civil War (Oxford, 2005).
Laffan, Michael, The Partition of Ireland, 1911–1925 (Dublin, 1983).
—— The Resurrection of Ireland: The Sinn Féin Party, 1916–23 (Cambridge, 1999).
Larkin, Emmet, James Larkin: Irish Labour Leader, 1876–1947 (London, 1965).
Lee, J. J., Ireland, 1912–85: Politics & Society (Cambridge, 1989).
Longley, Edna, The Living Stream: Literature and Revisionism in Ireland (Newcastle upon Tyne, 1994).
Loughlin, James, Gladstone, Home Rule and the Ulster Question, 1882–93 (Dublin, 1986).
Lynch, David, Radical Politics in Modern Ireland: The Irish Socialist Republican Party, 1896–1904 (Dublin, 2005).
Lynch, Robert, The Northern IRA & the Early Years of Partition, 1920–22 (Dublin, 2006).
Lyons, F. S. L.,The Irish Parliamentary Party, 1890–1910 (London, 1951).
—— John Dillon: A Biography (London, 1968).
—— Ireland since the Famine (London, 1971).
Lyons, J. B., The Enigma of Tom Kettle (Dublin, 1983).
Macardle, Dorothy, The Irish Republic (Dublin, 1937; 2nd edn., 1951).
Macaulay, Ambrose, Patrick Dorrian: Bishop of Down & Connor, 1865–1885 (Dublin, 1987).
—— Patrick McAlister: Bishop of Down & Connor, 1886–1895 (Dublin, 2006).
McConnel, James, ‘“Fenians at Westminster”: The Edwardian Irish Parliamentary Party and the legacy of the New Departure’, Irish Historical Studies, 34/133 (May 2004).
McDermott, Jim, Northern Divisions: The Old IRA and the Belfast Pogroms, 1920–1922 (Belfast, 2001).
MacDonagh, Oliver, and Mandle, W. F., Ireland & Irish‐Australia: Studies in Cultural and Political History (London, 1986).
MacDonnell, A. D., The Life of Sir Denis Henry: Catholic Unionist (Belfast, 2000).
McDowell, R. B., The Irish Convention, 1917–18 (London, 1970).
McGee, Owen, The IRB: From the Land League to Sinn Féin (Dublin, 2005).
McHugh, John, ‘The Belfast Labour Disputes and Riots of 1907’, International Review of Social History, 22/1 (1977).
Magee, Jack, Barney: Bernard Hughes of Belfast, 1808–1878 (Belfast, 2001).
Martin, F. X. and Byrne, F. J. (eds.), The Scholar Revolutionary: Eoin MacNeill, 1867–1945, and the Making of the New Ireland (Shannon, 1973).
Matthews, Kevin, Fatal Influence: The Impact of Ireland on British Politics, 1920–1925 (Dublin: UCD Press, 2004).
Maume, Patrick, The Long Gestation: Irish Nationalist Life, 1891–1918 (Dublin, 1999).
Mercer, Eric, ‘For King, Country and a Shilling a Day: Belfast Recruiting Patterns in the Great War’, History Ireland, 11/4 (Winter, 2003).
Mitchell, Arthur, Labour in Irish Politics, 1890–1930 (Dublin, 1974).
Morgan, Austen, Labour and Partition: The Belfast Working Class, 1905–23 (London, 1991).
Morgan, K. O., ‘Lloyd George and the Irish’, in British Academy and Royal Irish Academy (eds.), Ireland after the Union (Oxford, 1989).
Morris R. J., and Kennedy, Líam (eds.), Ireland and Scotland: Order and Disorder, 1600–2000 (Edinburgh, 2005).
Morrissey, Thomas J., William J. Walsh, Archbishop of Dublin, 1841–1921: No Uncertain Voice (Dublin, 2000).
Novick, Ben, Conceiving Revolution: Irish Nationalist Propaganda during the First World War (Dublin, 2001).
Ó Broin, Leon, Dublin Castle & the 1916 Rising: The Story of Sir Matthew Nathan (Dublin, 1966).
—— The Chief Secretary: Augustine Birrell in Ireland (London, 1969).
O'Connell, Bernard, ‘Irish Nationalism in Liverpool, 1873–1923’, Eire‐Ireland, 10/1 (1975).
O'Connor, Emmet, A Labour History of Ireland, 1824–1960 (Cork, 1992).
O'Connor Lysaght, D. R., ‘The Rhetoric of Redmondism, 1914–16’, in History Ireland, 11/1 (Spring 2003).
O'Day, Alan, Irish Home Rule, 1867–1921 (Manchester, 1998).
O'Keefe, T. J., ‘The 1898 Efforts to Celebrate the United Irishmen: The '98 Centennial’, Eire‐Ireland, 23/2 (1988).
—— ‘Who Fears to Speak of '98: The Rhetoric and Rituals of the '98 Centennial, 1898’, Eire‐Ireland, 27/3 (1992).
O'Leary, Cornelius, and Maume, Patrick, Controversial Issues in Anglo‐Irish Relations, 1910–1921 (Dublin, 2004).
O'Sullivan, Patrick (ed.), The Irish in the New Communities (London, 1992).
Parkinson, Alan, Belfast's Unholy War: The Troubles of the 1920s (Dublin, 2004).
Paseta, Senia, Before the Revolution: Nationalism, Social Change & Ireland's Catholic Elite, 1879–1922 (Cork, 1999).
Patterson, Henry, Class Conflict and Sectarianism: The Protestant Working Class and the Belfast Labour Movement, 1868–1920 (Belfast, 1980).
Phoenix, Eamon, Northern Nationalism: Nationalist Politics, Partition & the Catholic Minority in Northern Ireland, 1890–1940 (Belfast, 1994).
—— (ed.), A Century of Northern Life: The Irish News and 100 Years of Ulster History, 1890s–1990s (Belfast, 1995).
Pound, Reginald, and Harmsworth, G. A., Northcliffe (London, 1959).
Rees, Russell, Ireland 1905–25, i. Text & Historiography (Newtownards, 1998).
Smith, David J., and Chambers, Gerald, Inequality in Northern Ireland (Oxford, 1991).
Smyth, J. J., Labour in Glasgow, 1896–1936: Socialism, Suffrage, Sectarianism (East Lothian, 2000).
Staunton, Enda, The Nationalists of Northern Ireland, 1918–1973 (Dublin, 2001).
Stewart, A. T. Q., The Narrow Ground: Aspects of Ulster, 1609–1969 (London, 1977).
Tierney, Mark, Eoin MacNeill: Scholar and Man of Action, 1867–1945 (Oxford, 1980).
Townshend, Charles, Political Violence in Ireland: Government & Resistance since 1848 (Oxford, 1983).
Travers, Pauric, ‘The Priest in Politics: The Case of Conscription’, in O. MacDonagh, W. F. Mandle, and P. Travers (eds.), Irish Culture & Nationalism, 1750–1950 (London, 1983).
Vaughan, W. E., A New History of Ireland, vi. 1870–1921 (Oxford, 1996).
Warwick‐Haller, S., William O'Brien & the Irish Land War (Dublin, 1990).
Wheatley, Michael, Nationalism and the Irish Party: Provincial Ireland, 1910–1916 (Oxford, 2005).
Whyte, J. H., Interpreting Northern Ireland (Oxford, 1990).
Woods, C. J., ‘The General Election of 1892: The Catholic Clergy & the Defeat of the Parnellites’, in F. S. L. Lyons and R. A. J. Hawkins (eds.), Ireland under the Union: Varieties of Tension (Oxford, 1980).
Wright, Frank, Northern Ireland: A Comparative Analysis (Dublin, 1987).
—— Two Lands on One Soil: Ulster Politics before Home Rule (Dublin, 1996).
Yeates, Padraig, Lockout: Dublin, 1913 (Dublin, 2000).
Alexander, C. Neal, ‘“A Fount of Broken Type”: Representations of Belfast in Prose’, Ph.D. thesis (Queen's University of Belfast, 2004).
Dooher, John B., ‘Tyrone Nationalism and the Question of Partition, 1910–25’, M.Phil. thesis (University of Ulster, 1986).
Foy, Michael, ‘The Ancient Order of Hibernians: An Irish Political‐Religious Pressure Group, 1884–1975’, MA thesis (Queen's University of Belfast, 1976).
Hepburn, A. C., ‘Liberal Policies and Nationalist Politics in Ireland, 1905–10’, Ph.D. thesis (University of Kent, 1968).
Martin, Declan, ‘Migration within the Six Counties of NI from 1911 to 1937 with Special Reference to the City of Belfast’, MA thesis (Queen's University of Belfast, 1977).
McConnel, J. R. R., ‘The View from the Backbench: Irish Nationalist MPs and their Work, 1910–1914’, Ph.D. thesis (Durham University, 2002).
Slater, Gerard J., ‘Belfast Politics, 1798–1868’, D.Phil. thesis (University of Ulster, 1982).
Starrett, Paul E., ‘The ITGWU in its Industrial and Political Context, 1909–1923’, D.Phil. thesis (University of Ulster, 1986).