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Stoneybatter during the Revolutionary Period

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A talk on living and working conditions in Stoneybatter in a traumatic period of Irish history. 45/45 minutes with time for Q&A

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History talk on living and working conditions in Stoneybatter in a traumatic period of Irish history. 45/45 minutes with time for Q&A with Dr. Mary Muldowney, Dublin City Council's Historian in Residence.

Dr. Mary Muldowney is the Dublin City Council Historian in Residence for Dublin Central. A resident of Stoneybatter for some years, she is a member of the Grangegorman Histories Expert Group. She is one of the organisers of the Stoneybatter & Smithfield People's History Project, which was very active in organising publications and talks on the history of the Dublin 7 area until the Lockdown interrupted activities. Mary has many publications on labour and women's history in particular, and has contributed to all of the History On Your Doorstep volumes produced by the Historians in Residence and distributed through the city's libraries.

Zoom link will be sent by noon on Saturday, 19th June.

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This year we bring you the Virtual Stoneybatter Festival - a light but lively programme of community and online activities from 18th to 20th June.

The Stoneybatter Festival is a celebration of our local community and the creativity that surrounds us here in the heart of Dublin 7.    

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