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Glasgow, the uneasy peace

religious tension in modern Scotland, 1819-1914

by Gallagher, Tom

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Published by Manchester University Press in Manchester, U.K, Wolfeboro, NH, U.S.A .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Glasgow (Scotland),
  • Scotland,
  • Glasgow
    • Subjects:
    • Irish -- Scotland -- Glasgow -- History.,
    • Glasgow (Scotland) -- Church history.,
    • Glasgow (Scotland) -- Ethnic relations.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementTom Gallagher.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsBR788.G58 G35 1987
      The Physical Object
      Paginationix, 382 p. :
      Number of Pages382
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2382349M
      ISBN 100719023963
      LC Control Number87011049

      The Story of the Glasgow Rangers, John Allan (Desert Island Books, ), ISBN Gallagher, Tom (). Glasgow, the Uneasy Peace: Religious Tension in . In addition to its extensive book reviews, the Scottish Historical Review also functions as a journal of record. It includes a comprehensive List of Articles in Scottish History and List of Essays on Scottish History in Books, which cover articles published in the preceding year. Glasgow: The Uneasy Peace: Religious Tension in Modern.

      Gallagher, Tom () Glasgow: the uneasy peace: religious tension in modern Scotland. Manchester: Manchester University Press. Manchester: Manchester University Press. Getty Images (no date).   Also new books from Anne Perry, Linwood Barclay and Liam McIlvanney. when both the victors and the vanquished felt uneasy about their provisional hold on peace. Is Glasgow .

      Book Author(s) Walker, Graham, Gallagher, Tom Date c Publisher Distributed in North America by Columbia University Press, Edinburgh University Press Pub . Early life. He was born in Cork, Ireland. He was educated in Cork, Dublin and Jersey, and graduated at the Roman Catholic College, Dublin. In Glasgow. Keane was editor of the Glasgow Free Press from He and his deputy Peter McCorry turned the first Scottish Catholic newspaper into a campaigning sheet, setting the Irish priests against the Scottish priests, and in particular the vicars.


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“A rich, complex book that makes splendid use of data to trace the recent renaissance of city neighborhoods and how children and the poor flourish in a time of relative peace.

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religious tension in modern scotland, manchester: manchester university press. IX, p., d." published on by De. Originally entitled: Glasgow:the uneasy peace: religious tension in modern Scotland, “Remarkable. The story of the crime decline is about the wisdom of single steps and small sanities.

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For unlike Ireland, those tensions have been contained within largely disciplined organisations and ritual occasions like 12th July or Rangers-Celtic matches. Glasgow, the Uneasy Peace: Religious Tension in Modern › books Tom Gallagher – – ‎Glascow (Scotland ‘Our Jewish Usurers’, ‘the Jews and Crime’, and ‘Why Germany Put Out the Soon after, another edition had a piece entitled ‘Britain’s Pro-Jew Menace’ In.

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Protestants First: Orangeism in Nineteenth Century Scotland Edinburgh University Press Glasgow: the uneasy peace: religious tension in modern Scotland. [Tom Gallagher] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors: Tom Gallagher.

Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number. He has published 13 single-authored books, including ‘Glasgow, the Uneasy Peace’, the first academic account of deep-seated communal tensions in 19th and 20th century Scotland.

His latest book is Scotland Now: A Warning to the World’. He is near to completing .in Modern Scotland in Gallagher's Glasgow: the Uneasy Peace and Edinburgh Divided followed in and The attitude of many Scottish opinion formers was inadvertently but neatly expressed in the early s by a now rather famous media woman who, when I told her what I was.For the Orange and Protestant Party, and for the limitations of their support (and for the Unionist party as well) see Gallagher, Glasgow: the uneasy peace, p.

; Walker, ‘The Orange Order in Scotland’, pp. – Notes from Scotland, BWN, 1 Decemberp. .