The Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C.
Pamphlets documenting the range of popular literature during the early stages of Ireland's
Campaign for Parliamentary Reform and the first appearance of the Catholic Question. In
addition to sources on the Catholic Question, the collection, by way of personal
correspondence, parliamentary proceedings, journalistic and committee reports and creative
writing, provides insight into issues such as the connection between the Volunteer movement
and the struggle for Catholic emancipation; the significance of land policy and structure in rural
Ireland; and the influence of nutritional and educational guidelines stipulated by various societies
upon the lifestyles of the Irish poor.
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