Dublin Remembers 1916 - Publications

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Dublin City Council published two new books in its Decade of Commemorations series.

  • We Were There: 77 Women of the Easter Rising 1916 by Mary McAuliffe and Liz Gillis Published 8 March 2016
    This publication features a biographical listing by garrison of the 77 women who took part in the Rising and were arrested and held in Richmond Barracks after the surrender. Many of these women were members of The Irish Citizen Army, Cumann na mBán or Clan na nGaedhal Girl scouts. Accompanying essays analyse the activism of these women and their contributions and legacies in the new Irish Free State.
  • Dublin City Council and The 1916 Rising editor John Gibney; Series Editors Mary Clark and Máire Kennedy. Published May 2016
    Dublin City Council had a strong connection to the 1916 Rising through the involvement of elected members and Dublin Corporation employees, while the City Hall was a garrison building, held on Easter Monday by the Irish Citizen Army. The thirteen essays in this book, researched and written by experts in their field, explore the events and strategies leading into and following the Rising as it concerned the City Council.

Dublin City Council is pleased to support these two books

  • The GPO Garrison Easter 1916: A Biographical Dictionary by Jimmy Wren
    Dublin City Council is pleased to support The GPO Garrison Easter 1916: a biographical dictionary by Jimmy Wren (in partnership with Geography Publications and the GAA). A significant contribution to the historiography of the 1916 Rising, this book is a biographical listing of all the combatants in the GPO garrison which stretched beyond the confines of the post office itself.
  • More than Concrete Blocks: Dublin City's twentieth-century buildings and their stories (Volume I, 1900-1940) editor and contributor Dr Ellen Rowley (Dublin City Council/Heritage Council of Ireland)
    The first of three volumes, this book will focus on the city pre- and postindependence: the revolutionary city and the Free State city. Volume I, 1900–40 contains introductory historical essays of building culture in Dublin from 1900 to 1939, followed by twenty-six case studies and an overview, in guidebook style, of c. 95 sites.
    Contributors: Natalie de Roiste, Merlo Kelly, Shane O’Toole, Carole Pollard and Ellen Rowley. New photography by Paul Tierney.
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