This official handbook of the Irish Free State (printed in is the most amazing production, filled with woodblock engravings by the likes of Harry Kernoff and images by Paul Henry, and it was printed on paper from the Swiftbrook Paper Mills in Dublin.
Irish men and women, cutting peat turf. The Penal Laws of the early required the Irish to change their religion. The Penal Laws allowed British occupiers to take the land of those who didn’t become protestants.
Irish Women : Peig Sayers was an Irish author and seanachaí born in Dunquin, County Kerry, Ireland. Seán Ó Súilleabháin, the former archivist for the Irish Folklore Commission, described her as "one of the greatest woman storytellers of recent times".
Hibernian - of, relating to, or characteristic of Ireland or its inhabitants, Irish. A native of Ireland. Origin of Hibernian: Hibernian derives from the Latin name for Ireland, Hibernia. It entered English in the early