The Kelly Sisters

The Kelly Sisters

Maureen Lee. The Sunday Times Top Ten Best seller Murco. Lee Leaving home was to be the journey of a lifetime . . . The Kelly Sisters \ |**y- The Kelly Sisters Maureen Lee. Front Cover.

Author: Maureen Lee

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781409140658

Category: Fiction

Page: 388

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It should have been the start of a brand new life in Liverpool... Patricia, Tara and Aideen couldn't be more excited about leaving Dublin with their father and heading for a new life in Liverpool. Yet it soon becomes clear that all is not as it seems. The day after the family arrive in England, father Bernie hastily sweeps the girls onto a huge ocean liner heading to New York. When Bernie tragically vanishes midway across the Atlantic, the grieving sisters are forced to prepare themselves for a new life far away from home, friends and family. What was their father running from? Can the girls put the tragedy behind them and build new lives in New York? A heartwarming family saga from Sunday Times bestselling author Maureen Lee - perfect for readers of Katie Flynn, Dilly Court and Kitty Neale. What readers are saying about Maureen Lee - the queen of Liverpool sagas 'A great storyteller' Liz, Amazon reviewer 'The characters jump off the page, I would definitely recommend' R, Amazon reviewer 'I never want to put Maureen's books down' Whitehouse, Amazon reviewer 'I couldn't put this book down' Pat, Amazon reviewer 'Kept me gripped from the very first page...highly recommend' Diana, Amazon reviewer
Categories: Fiction

Ned Kelly

Ned Kelly

1877) marred Ellen Kelly's sister, Catherine Quinn, family included Tom Lloyd Jr, leading Kelly sympathiser, and Jack Lloyd Jr(1). Lloyd, Tom Sr — married Ellen Kelly's sister, Jane Quinn, family included Ned's beloved cousin Kate and ...

Author: Ian Jones

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9780733625794

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 544

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'the best Kelly biography by a country mile' - The Australian The definitive biography of Ned Kelly - and a superb description of his times. A bestseller since it was first published, Ned Kelly: A Short Life is acknowledged as being the definitive biography. Ian Jones combines years of research into all the records of the era and exhaustive interviews with living descendants of those involved, to present a vivid and gripping account of one of Australia's most iconic figures. ‘It will probably stand as the definitive account of Kelly’s life and its meaning...a work of prodigious scholarship, vivid reportage and sharp analysis...the most detailed portrait of the outlaw ever written’ - Rod Moran, West Australian ‘the definitive biographical work’ - Dr John McQuilton, author of The Kelly Outbreak
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

History of Australian Bushranging 1863 1880 Ben Hall to the Kelly gang

History of Australian Bushranging  1863 1880  Ben Hall to the Kelly gang

Mr. Gaunson and the Kelly sisters were admitted to a retiring - room , and the former handed Captain Le Patourel the petitions he had been getting signed for presentation to the Governor , stating that they contained 34,434 signatures .

Author: Charles White

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015058525695

Category: Australia

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Categories: Australia

Immigration and Women

Immigration and Women

Clock”. The decision to take the leap and open a business is a risky one, even in the wake of closed or partially blocked doors in other avenues. What made these women decide to embark on such a risk? For the Kelly sisters from Ireland ...

Author: Susan C. Pearce

Publisher: NYU Press

ISBN: 9780814767382

Category: Social Science

Page: 320

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This book is a national portrait of immigrant women who live in the United States today, featuring the voices of these women as they describe their contributions to work, culture, and activism. Highlighting the gendered quality of the immigration process, it interrogates how human agency and societal structures interact within the intersecting social locations of gender and migration. The popular debate around contemporary U.S. immigration tends to conjure images of men waiting on the side of the road for construction jobs, working in kitchens or delis, driving taxis, and sending money to their wives and families in their home countries, while women are often left out of these pictures. Through an examination of U.S. Census data and interviews with women across nationalities, we hear the poignant, humorous, hopeful, and defiant words of these women as they describe the often confusing terrain where they are starting new lives, creating architecture firms, building urban high-rises, caring for children, cleaning offices, producing creative works, and organizing for social change. The authors recommend changes for public policy to address the constraints these women face, insisting that new policy must be attentive to the diverse profile of today's immigrating woman: she is both potentially vulnerable to exploitative conditions and forging new avenues of societal leadership.
Categories: Social Science

The Last of the Bushrangers

The Last of the Bushrangers

Had the women been arrested , such as Kelly's sisters , the act might have done some good , but it was thought advisable not to interfere with the women . During the time I and several of the police were going up every Friday night to ...

Author: Francis Augustus Hare

Publisher:

ISBN: UCAL:B3132524

Category: Brigands and robbers

Page: 398

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Categories: Brigands and robbers

The Book of Keli Or The Chronicles of the Kelly Pursuers

The Book of Keli  Or  The Chronicles of the Kelly Pursuers

The only criticism was that Maggie Skillion , Kate Kelly , Grace Kelly , and Mary Miller had not been arrested too . The Benalla Standard flew to the defence of the Kelly sisters , with the broadside aimed at another newspaper : " Kate ...

Author: George Wilson Hall

Publisher:

ISBN: UVA:X002255121

Category: Bushrangers

Page: 104

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Categories: Bushrangers

The Era Almanack Dramatic Musical

The Era Almanack  Dramatic   Musical

Mr. C. W. Bradbury and Miss L , Macnamara . Sisters Ellis . Mr. Harry Braham and Miss Lizzie Watson , Sisters Emillie . Mr. Edwin Brown and Miss Kate Kelly . Sisters Fenoulhet . Mr. Fred . Charles and Miss Nelly Gwynne . Sister3 Forde .

Author: Edward Ledger

Publisher:

ISBN: CORNELL:31924106257383

Category: Actors

Page:

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Categories: Actors

Notes and Queries

Notes and Queries

This was the Kelly , Fanny Kelly's sister , born on June 2 , lady who , after some years in the provinces , made 1795 , appeared on the Glasgow stage at the age of her first appearance at Covent Garden on Nov.

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: UVA:X030221028

Category: Questions and answers

Page: 668

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Categories: Questions and answers

Masters of Small Worlds

Masters of Small Worlds

honesty of Sister Kelly's testimony and their "great difficulty in believing him [John Kelly] to be guilty"—afraid to disrupt established channels of authority by vindicating wife and excommunicating husband—the committee voted instead ...

Author: Stephanie McCurry

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0199728127

Category: History

Page: 344

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In this innovative study of the South Carolina Low Country, author Stephanie McCurry explores the place of the yeomanry in plantation society--the complex web of domestic and public relations within which they were enmeshed, and the contradictory politics of slave society by which that class of small farmers extracted the privileges of masterhood from the region's powerful planters. Insisting on the centrality of women as historical actors and gender as a category of analysis, this work shows how the fateful political choices made by the low-country yeomanry were rooted in the politics of the household, particularly in the customary relations of power male heads of independent households assumed over their dependents, whether slaves or free women and children. Such masterly prerogatives, practiced in the domestic sphere and redeemed in the public, explain the yeomanry's deep commitment to slavery and, ultimately, their ardent embrace of secession. By placing the yeomanry in the center of the drama, McCurry offers a significant reinterpretation of this volatile society on the road to Civil War. Through careful and creative use of a wide variety of archival sources, she brings vividly to life the small worlds of yeoman households, and the larger world of the South Carolina Low Country, the plantation South, and nineteenth-century America.
Categories: History