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6 edition of Father Mathew, Temperance and Irish Identity found in the catalog.

Father Mathew, Temperance and Irish Identity

by Paul A. Townend

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Published by Irish Academic Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ireland,
  • Sociology,
  • General,
  • Biography/Autobiography,
  • Biography & Autobiography,
  • Religious,
  • Mathew, Theobald,,
  • History,
  • Local history,
  • Mathew, Theobald,
  • Social history,
  • c 1800 to c 1900,
  • Temperance,
  • Europe - Ireland,
  • 1790-1856,
  • 19th century,
  • Cork Total Abstinence Society

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages327
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7834263M
    ISBN 100716527375
    ISBN 109780716527374

    Father Mathew then travelled through the UK for 3 months in with like-minded associates converting up to people to the Temperance movement there. 7. While drunkenness was bad, it was nothing compared to the Great Famine which struck Ireland between and Over 2 million had to emigrate and approximately the same number by: 1. Father Mathew Bridge (Irish: Droichead an Athar Maitiú) is a road bridge spanning the River Liffey in Dublin, Ireland and joining Merchants Quay to Church Street and the north quays. It is approximately on the site of the original, and for many years only, Bridge of Dublin, dating back to the 11th century. History. The site of the bridge is understood to be close to the ancient "Ford of the Crosses: River Liffey.

      Paul A. Townend is a professor of British and Irish history at the University of North Carolina, Wilmington. He is the author of Father Mathew, Temperance, and Irish Identity and the coeditor of Ireland in an Imperial World. Townend, Paul A. Father Mathew, Temperance and Irish Identity. Dublin ; Portland, OR: Irish Academic Press, Image: Father Mathew Administering the Temperance Pledge. Image of Father Mathew among other famous Irish Image of Total Abstinence Society Medal. Be sure to vote for Catholic: Under The Hood for the Best Catholic Podcast for

    Father Mathew, Temperance and Irish Identity. By Paul A. Townend. (Dublin: Irish Academic Press. Distributed in the United States by International Specialized Book Services, Portland, Oregon. Pp. viii, $)Theobald Mathew () is. The Road to Home Rule: Anti-Imperialism and the Irish National Movement (History of Ireland & the Irish Diaspora) (History of Ireland and the Irish Diaspora) THE MODERN WORLD BOOK OF RAILWAYS. by Paul Townend. Hardcover Paperback Currently unavailable. Died O' Wednesday. by Father Mathew, Temperance and Irish Identity. by Paul A.


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Father Mathew, Temperance and Irish Identity by Paul A. Townend Download PDF EPUB FB2

To achieve this, Father Mathew and the temperance advocates crafted a distinctly Irish crusade, laden with pietistic and patriotic fervour. Camp-meetings, enthusiasm and the gospel of self-improvement were the hallmarks of the movement. Temperance urged a reformation in drinking habits as the best way to regenerate the Irish nation.

: Father Mathew, Temperance and Irish Identity (): Paul A. Townend: BooksCited by: 6. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Townend, Paul A., Father Mathew, temperance, and Irish identity. Dublin ; Portland, OR: Irish. Father Mathew, Temperance and Irish Identity.

By Paul A. Townend. (Dublin: Irish Academic Press. Distributed in the United States by International Specialized Book Services, Portland, Oregon. viii, $) Theobald Mathew () is often portrayed as an anomaly. The most celebrated temperance reformer of the mid-nineteenth Author: David M.

Fahey. Father Theobald Mathew's temperance crusade was the single most extraordinary social movement in pre-famine Ireland, enlisting millions of Irish men and women. Ranking among the more unique and under-examined mass mobilizations of men and women in modern European history, this book, through new and exhaustive research, provides startling insights into Irish culture, society, and politics of.

Buy Father Mathew, Temperance and Irish Identity by Paul A. Townend (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.4/5(1). Father Theobald Mathew's temperance crusade was the single most extraordinary social movement in pre-famine Ireland, enlisting millions of Irish men and women.

Ranking among the more unique and under-examined mass mobilizations of men and women in modern European history, this book Pages: Father Mathew, Temperance and Irish Identity.

By Paul A. Townend. (Dublin: Irish Academic Press. Distributed in the United States by International Specialized Book Services, Portland, Oregon. viii, $) Theobald Mathew () is often portrayed as an anomaly. Father Mathew, Temperance and Irish Identity (review) Father Mathew, Temperance and Irish Identity (review) McMahon, Timothy G.

toward the potentia inherent in poetry. Finders Keepers: Selected Prose ­ eloquently testifies to poetry's potential to liberate us from our preoccupations-- if we only let it. Father Mathew's Crusade: Temperance in Nineteenth-Century Ireland and Irish America by John F. Quinn () Paperback – January 1, out of 5 stars 1 rating See all 4 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions5/5(1).

The Temperance Movement in Ireland was one of the greatest social movements the country has experienced, gaining an enrollment of somewhere between three and five million Irish women, men, and children, just five years after Father Mathew began the ‘Cork Total Abstinence Society’ CTAS (Townend ).

Unfortunately, it was not long-lived. For centuries, the Irish have been famed, and often derided, for their attachment to alcohol. Yet in the s and s, Ireland became a temperance stronghold. The man almost singlehandedly responsible for this surprising transformation was Father Theobald Mathew ( Father Mathew and the Irish Temperance Movement, This book is an examination of Father Mathew's crusade against drink by means of a critical analysis of key issues that were central to it.

These include the rise and progress of the Mathewite temperance movement in the context of pre-Famine Ireland; the influence of the movement on Reviews: 2. Paul A. Townend's first book, Father Mathew, Temperance, and Irish Identity, explores the period of the s and s in Ireland, where Father Theobald Mathew, a popular Roman Catholic priest, headed the Cork Total Abstinence Society (CTAS).

CTAS was a temperance society that at one point claimed several million members who pledged total. The Irish Emigrant Experience in Australia John B. O'Brien, John O'Brien, Pauric Travers Snippet view - Father Mathew, Temperance, and Irish Identity.

Kerrigan, Colm."Irish Temperance and US Anti-Slavery: Father Mathew and the Abolitionists." History Workshop (): Print. Linn, Meredith B."Elixir of Emigration: Soda Water and the Making of Irish Americans in Nineteenth-Century New York City." Historical Archaeology (): Print.

Reckner, Paul E., and Stephen A. Paul A. Townend is a professor of British and Irish history at the University of North Carolina, Wilmington.

He is the author of Father Mathew, Temperance, and Irish Identity and. Father Mathew's Crusade: Temperance in Nineteenth-Century Ireland and Irish America. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, viii + pp. $, paper, ISBN Reviewed by Bryan McGovern Published on H-Catholic (June, ) As Dr.

Quinn asserts in the introduction of Fa‐ ther Mathewâ??s Crusade, his work is not a. Temperance MovementsThe government first criticized the level of whiskey consumption in Ireland as early as the s, and state efforts to control the sale of drink through licensing laws began in the s.

By the s the Irish parliament was voicing considerable concern at the quantities of illegal whiskey, known as poteen, being produced and sold in illicit drink shops, known as shebeens.

Theobald Mathew was an Irish Catholic priest and reformer and orator known as the “Apostle of Temperance. 'Father Theobald mathew's temperance crusade was the single most extraordinary social movement in pre-famine Ireland, enlisting millions of Irish men and women.

Despite its beginnings as a marginalised local organisation, the leaders of the Cork Total Abstinence Society were determined to launch a national crusade to convert the entire Irish.Father Mathew a biography / by: Maguire, John Francis, Published: () Father Mathew's crusade: temperance in nineteenth-century Ireland and Irish America / by: Quinn, John F., Published: ().His first book, Father Mathew, Temperance and Irish Identity, won the American Conference on Irish Studies James Donnelly award in He has published articles in the New Hibernia Review, Catholic Historical Review, Eire/Ireland, and Past and Present and his new book, Anti-Imperialism and the Irish National Movement, is forthcoming.