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The Irish in Early Virginia 1600-1860 - Kevin Donleavy

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The Irish in Early Virginia 1600-1860 - Kevin Donleavy

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Donleavy, Kevin
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\r\n\r\nSays Kevin:\r\n
\r\n"The Irish in Early Virginia 1600-1860 is aimed at the general reader. This little 200-page paperbound work is the first and only study of those Irish, and also the first to clarify the strong revolutionary link between Thomas Jefferson and Ireland.\r\n
\r\nYou will read of some lighter items in this history. There were several Irish exiles who were known for keeping black bears and owls in their Charlottesville houses, and the new Irish in Winchester Va. saw their first elephant in 1808 in that fair town. \r\n

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