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More About This Title Irish History For Dummies
Part I: Saints and Kings: Ireland’s Early Years.
Chapter 1: No Man Is an Ireland.
Chapter 2: The First People Arrive.
Chapter 3: The Early Irish Kings.
Chapter 4: Snakes Alive! Christianity Comes to Ireland.
Part II: The Normans Are Coming! The Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries.
Chapter 5: The Vikings Arrive First.
Chapter 6: Irish vs. Norman Invaders . . . But Who’s in Charge?
Chapter 7: Boy Meets Gael: The Norman-Irish Alliance.
Part III: The Invading English Kings: The Fourteenth and Fifteenth Centuries.
Chapter 8: The Scottish-Irish Rebellion and its Aftermath.
Chapter 9: From Richard II to Henry IV: More Turmoil in Ireland.
Chapter 10: Family Feuds I: The Wars of the Roses.
Part IV: Religious Wars and Family Feuds: The Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries.
Chapter 11: Popes vs. Archbishops: The Reformation and Ireland.
Chapter 12: Religious Roundabouts and Irish Rebellion.
Chapter 13: James I and the Plantations; Charles I and Chaos.
Chapter 14: Family Feuds II and III: The English Civil War, then William and James.
Part V: Catholic and Protestant: The Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries.
Chapter 15: Going Irish? Grattan’s Parliament and Wolfe Tone’s Rebellion.
Chapter 16: Going British: The Act of Union.
Chapter 17: Three Strikes for Irish Independence: O’Connell, Davis, and Mitchel.
Chapter 18: The Great Hunger and the Land War.
Chapter 19: The Fight Over Home Rule.
Part VI: Divided in Two: Life from the 1880s.
Chapter 20: Balls and Books in Irish: The Cultural Revival.
Chapter 21: Fighting Against Britain: The Revolution.
Chapter 22: One Land, Two Systems: Partition.
Chapter 23: Troubles Begin Again . . . And Maybe Finish.
Part VII: The Part of Tens.
Chapter 24: Ten Top Turning Points.
Chapter 25: Ten Major Documents.
Chapter 26: Ten Things the Irish Have Given the World.
Chapter 27: Ten Great Irish Places to Visit.
Chapter 28: Ten Irish People Who Should Be Better Known.