Moore Street (Image: Alva MacGowan)

Moore Street (Image: Alva MacGowan)


Moore Street

Primary sources

Connolly, J. ‘The Ballot or the Barricades’ in The Irish Worker, 24 October 1914.

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Grenan, J. ‘Events of Easter Week: Miss Julia Grenan’s story of the surrender’. The

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1917), vii, 4, 266-70; (May 1917), vii, 5, 329-34.

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Secondary sources

Ferriter, D. 2001-02. “’In Such Deadly Earnest’: The Bureau of Military History”, Dublin Review, 6, 5-15.

Foy, M.T. and Barton, B. 1999. The Easter Rising. Stroud.

Martin, F.X. 1968. “The 1916 Rising – a Coup d’État or a ‘Bloody Protest’”, Studia Hibernica, viii, 106-37.

Matthews, A. 2010. The Kimmage Garrison, 1916. Making billy-can bombs at Larkfield. Maynooth.

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Ryan, A. 2005. Witnesses. Inside the Easter Rising. Dublin.

Scully, S. 1972. ‘Ghosts of Moore Street’ in Dublin Historical Record XXV, 2, 54-63.

—            1986. ‘Moore Street – 1916’ in Dublin Historical Record XXXIX, 2, 53-63.

Yeates, P. 2011. A City in Wartime. Dublin 1914-1918. Dublin.

Literary sources

D’Arcy, M. and Arden, J. 1986. The Non-Stop Connolly Show. London.

Doyle, R. 1999. A Star Called Henry. London.


The contemporary past

Buchli, V. & Lucas G. (eds) 2001. Archaeologies of the Contemporary Past. London.

Holtorf, C. and Piccini, C. (eds) 2009. Contemporary Archaeologies. Excavating Now. Frankfurt am Main.

Tarlow, Sarah & S. West (eds) 1999. The Familiar Past? Archaeologies of later historical Britain. London & New York.