Sinn Fein Women: Footnoted Foot Soldiers and Women of No Importance

This comprehensive examination of the role of Irish Republican women throughout the development of Sinn Fein spans a century of challenges and sustained commitment to the realization of an independent Ireland. * Contains archival research from the National Archives in Dublin and Linenhall Library in Belfast * Provides illustrations depicting the structure of the Irish Free State government and power/election flow in both current North and South elections in Ireland * Art-quality portraits of each interviewee * Bibliography consists of eight chapter-based endnotes with full citations and references * Full index of names and events (referenced chronologically)