Frongoch Internment Orders

Internment orders issued by the British government for various men in the wake of the 1916 Rising.

Ireland--History--Easter Rising, 1916 | Internment camps | Revolutionaries

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Autograph Album Frongoch Internment Camp

Autograph album kept in Frongoch Internment Camp in 1916. Includes entries from Brian Ó hUiginn, M.J. O'Connor, J.J. Scollan, Domhnall Ó Buachalla, Michael Mac Stáin, Garry Holohan, Sean McLoughlin, Eamonn T. Dore, Proinsias Ó Fathaigh, Seamus Ua Tallamhain, Garróid Ó Beoláin, O

Ireland--History--Easter Rising, 1916 | Internment camps | Revolutionaries

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Military Service Pensions Act 1934, Gerald Fitzmaurice certificate of service

Certificate of service, verifying and summarising Gerald Fitzmaurice's activities during the the years 1916-1923. It cites Fitzmaurice as serving in the Irish Volunteers during the 1916 Rising, and as a member of Óglaigh na hÉireann during the War of Independence.

Ireland--History--Easter Rising, 1916 | Ireland--History--War of Independence, 1919-1921 | Paramilitary forces--Irish Volunteers

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Postcard from Thomas Ashe to Thomas Peppard

Postcard from Thomas Ashe to Thomas Peppard, writing about canvassing in Clare. The front of the postcard features a picture. of the Cliffs of Moher.

Ireland--History--Easter Rising, 1916 | Curated Collection--Impact of the Rising | Curated Collection--Leaders of the Rising

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They Remember 1916: Joseph O'Connor

Joseph O’Connor was second-in-command in Boland’s Bakery. His objective was to stop the British forces advancing towards Éamon de Valera’s position so he set up headquarters along the railway line.

Ireland--History--Easter Rising, 1916 | Curated Collection--Impact of the Rising | Paramilitary forces--Irish Volunteers

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Arrest notice: Gerald Fitzmaurice

Arrest notice issued for Gerald Fitzmaurice on the grounds of his membership of 'an organisation called the Irish Volunteers or an organisation called the Citizen Army, which have promoted armed insurrection against His Majesty...'

Heuston, Seán (John J.) (1891–1916) | Revolutionaries | Curated Collection--Leaders of the Rising

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The Survivors: Cathal O'Shannon

Cathal O'Shannon recalls how James Connolly told him that a date had been fixed for the Rising. He describes here the reaction in Belfast among Volunteers when the Rising started and his attempt to get Dublin to take part. This extract is taken from an interview recorded with Ca

Ireland--History--Easter Rising, 1916 | Curated Collection--Rising in the Regions | Paramilitary forces--Irish Volunteers

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Photograph Irish Volunteers and Irish Citizen Army

Group of Irish Volunteers and Irish Citizen Army soldiers inside the General Post Office during the Easter Rising 1916, full-length, facing forward. Group are in uniform with rifles, seated and standing inside the GPO.

Ireland--History--Easter Rising, 1916 | Revolutionaries | Curated Collection--Rising in the Regions

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Photograph Boland's Mills

Photograph depicts the 3rd Battalion of Irish Volunteers being led down a road following their surrender from Boland's Bakery at Grand Canal Street Lower, carrying weapons and a flag. A white "x" has been marked above the head of Éamon De Valera, who is situated third from the

Ireland--History--Easter Rising, 1916 | Curated Collection--Rising in the Regions | Revolutionaries

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Postcard of Enniscorthy leaders

Postcard with an image of a shamrock overlaid with head and shoulder portraits of Seamus Rafter, Seán Etchingham, and Robert Brennan. Caption reads "Sentenced to Death ; sentence commuted to Five Year's Penal Servitude".

Curated Collection--Rising in the Regions | Revolutionaries | Prison discipline

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Enameled plate belonging to Irish Volunteers

An enameled plate said to have belonged to one of the Irish Volunteers who mobilsed at Coalisland, Co. Tyrone, for the Rising.

Ireland--History--Easter Rising, 1916 | Revolutionaries | Paramilitary forces--Irish Volunteers

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Field glasses of Joseph Lawless

Field glasses of Joseph Lawless. Lawless hid them with a Lee Enfield carbine rifle captured from the R.I.C. by the Irish Volunteers at the Battle of Ashbourne. He retrieved them when he was released from Frongoch, December 1916.

Paramilitary forces--Irish Volunteers | Ireland--History--Easter Rising, 1916 | Police--Royal Irish Constabulary

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