4 edition of Captain Jack White found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 268-274) and index.
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|Pagination||xvi, 133 p. :|
|Number of Pages||78|
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After a series of arrests and prison terms for agitating Dublin 1920, Edinburgh 1921 he was proposed as a candidate 'in the interests of the Workers' Republic' for Donegal in 1922 Free State elections. Here he was a familiar figure to many contemporary activists including Peadar O'Donnell and Frank Ryan.
Here he made contact with the anarchist CNT-FAI. After being found guilty and imprisoned, he was served with an exclusion order under the 1922 Special Powers Act Northern Ireland prohibiting him from residing in any part of Northern Ireland other than in the district of Limavady. All A Home 4 Ever Rescue dogs receive a wellness exam by our veterinarian and are up to date with vaccinations.
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' His youngest son,went to become a prominent member of the and later the. Although he had spent short periods at White Hall and nearby Cushendun in the intervening years, it wasn't until1938 that he lived at the family home in Broughshane for any prolonged period.
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One notable result of this was acontingent of British ex-servicemen marching behind the Congressbanner through cheering crowds of Dubliners on a demonstrationagainst war and poverty.