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Margaret Pearse and Revolutionary Women

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Decade of Centenaries Lecture

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During the period 1921-3, Margaret Pearse, bereaved mother of Padraig and Willie Pearse, committed herself to maintaining what she recognised as the republican legacies of her executed sons. Join this lecture from historian Liz Gillis to learn about the political activities of Margaret and her daughters during the War of Independence and Civil War.

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