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Christianity and Developmental Psychopathology [electronic resource] : Foundations and Approaches by Flanagan, Kelly S.; Hall, Sarah E.;
Cover; Title Page; Dedication/Copyright; Contents; Introduction; 1 Overview of Developmental Psychopathology and Integrative Themes; 2 Temperament; 3 Emotion Regulation; 4 The Parent-Child Relationship; 5 The Marital and Parental Dyad; 6 Peer Relationships; 7 Prevention and the Promotion of Thriving; 8 Intervention: Applying a Developmental Psychopathology Framework ; 9 Psychodynamic and Attachment-Based Approaches to Treatment; 10 Behavioral Approaches to Treatment; 11 Cognitive-Behavioral Approaches to Treatment; 12 Family Systems Approaches to TreatmentAppendix A: Case Formulation WorksheetAppendix B: Developmental Trajectory Map; Appendix C: Select Examples of Evidence-Based Treatments; References ; Subject Index; About the Editors; CAPS; More Titles from InterVarsity Press
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Treatment of Childhood Disorders : Evidence-Based Practice in Christian Perspective. by Hall, Sarah E.; Flanagan, Kelly S.;
Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Dedication Page -- Contents -- Introduction -- Part One: Foundations -- 1 Developmental Psychopathology and Evidence-Based Practice -- 2 A Christian Approach to Treating Children and Adolescents -- Part Two: Internalizing Disorders -- 3 Depression and Bipolar Disorders -- 4 Anxiety Disorders -- 5 Posttraumatic Stress Disorder -- Part Three: Externalizing Disorders -- 6 Disruptive Behavior Disorders -- 7 Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder -- Part Four: Other Disorders in Childhood and Adolescence -- 8 Autism Spectrum Disorder -- 9 Eating Disorders -- 10 Going Beyond the Literature: Gender Dysphoria -- Conclusion -- References -- Subject Index -- Scripture Index -- Also Available -- Praise for Treatment of Childhood Disorders -- About the Authors -- More Titles from InterVarsity Press.Caring for the mental health of children and their families is complex and challenging--and meaningful. Considering a variety of disorders commonly diagnosed in children and adolescents, this unique textbook presents a research-based Christian integration perspective for treating these disorders that combines biblical, theological, and psychological understanding.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
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Behind the Mask : A Superhero Anthology / by Link, Kelly,author.(DLC)1566525; Rambo, Cat.; Vaughn, Carrie.(DLC)2006390;
Behind the Mask is a multi-author collection with stories by award-winning authors Kelly Link, Cat Rambo, Carrie Vaughn, Seanan McGuire, Lavie Tidhar, Sarah Pinsker, Keith Rosson, Kate Marshall, Chris Large and others. It is partially a prose nod to the comic world -- the bombast, the larger-than-life, the save-the-worlds and the calls-to-adventure. But it's also a spotlight on the more intimate side of the genre. The hopes and dreams of our cape-clad heroes. The regrets and longings of our cowled villains. That poignant, solitary view of the world that can only be experienced from behind the mask. The authors in this collection, both established and new, are all dexterous and wonderfully imaginative, each deserving of their own form-fitting uniforms and capes. Some of the stories pulse with social commentary, like Cat Rambo's whimsical and deft "Ms. Liberty Gets a Haircut-and Keith Rosson's haunting "Torch Songs.-Others twist the genre into strange and new territories, like Stuart Suffel's atmospheric "Birthright,-Kate Marhsall's moving "Destroy the City with Me Tonight,-and Adam Shannon's reality-bending "Over an Embattled City.-Some punch with heart and humor, like Matt Mikalatos's satisfying "The Beard of Truth-and Chris Large's adventurous "Salt City Blue,-while others punch with bite and grit, such as Michael Milne's evocative "Inheritance,-Aimee Ogden's poignant "As I Fall Asleep,-and Jennifer Pullen's heartfelt "Meeting Someone in the 22nd Century.-Some of the stories feature characters who might not be superheroes in the traditional sense, yet are heroic nonetheless, such as Sarah Pinsker's imaginative "The Smoke Means It's Working-and Stephanie Lai's majestic "The Fall of the Jade Sword.-Some shine a unique, captivating spotlight on supervillains, like Keith Frady's dramatic "Fool-and Carrie Vaughn's romantic "Origin Story.-Some are somber, ponderous works, where our heroes consider their impact on the world, like Lavie Tidhar's regret-tinged "Heroes-and Nathan Crowder's resonant "Madjack.-Others tread more light-hearted waters, with heroes adjusting to the sometimes-comical, sometimes-stressful life in the public eye, like Seanan McGuire's entertaining "Pedestal-and Patrick Flanagan's lively "Quintessential Justice.-And then there are the softer, quieter moments between heroes, as they navigate their extraordinary lives in their own unique ways, such as Ziggy Schutz's tender "Eggshells-and, of course, Kelly Link's captivating "Origin Story.".Print version record.
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Best Australian Essays 2011 [electronic resource]. by Koval, Ramona.;
Front matter; Copyright; Contents; The Best Australian Essays 2011; Ramona Koval: Introduction; Gillian Mears: Fairy Death; David Malouf: Happiness in the Flesh; Nicolas Rothwell: Living Hard, Dying Young in the Kimberley; Robert Manne: The Cypherpunk Revolutionary - Julian Assange; Anthony Lane: Hack Work - A Tabloid Culture Runs Amok; M.J. Hyland: The Trial of Mary Bale; Craig Sherborne: A Handful of Thoughts Before the Dust; Anna Krien: Out of Bounds - Sex and the AFL; Peter Conrad: Can We Be Heroes? Chris Lilley and the Politics of ComedyInga Clendinnen: In the Pines - A Girl Skulks Along Memory's EdgeGail Bell: In the Rat Room - Reflections on the Breeding House; Helen Elliott: Death and Distraction; Morris Lurie: On Not Writing; Maria Tumarkin: The Whisperer in the Jungle; Andrew Sant: On Self-Knowledge - A Ring and Its Keeper; Shakira Hussein: Nine-eleven-itis; Lian Hearn: The Work of Catfish; Amanda Lohrey: High Priest - David Walsh and Tasmania's Museum of Old and New Art; Paul Kelly: In the Wee Small Hours; Peter Robb: Real Food; Clive James: How Broadway Conquered the World; Delia Falconer: SweatingRichard Flanagan: It's Peter DomAndrew O'Hagan: The West - New Dreams from Noongar; Publication Details; Notes on Contributors'Turn the page and hear the voices within …'-Ramona Koval<br><br><i>The Best Australian Essays 2011</i> offers up bliss and illumination in equal measure - from the pleasures of the flesh to the events that convulsed the world in a year of change. Paul Kelly meditates on Frank Sinatra, and Robert Manne excavates the past and thoughts of Julian Assange. Inga Clendinnen dreams on cricket memories, and Anna Krien delves into the saga of the St Kilda schoolgirl. There is Peter Robb on Italian food, Anthony Lane on News of the World, Gail Bell on rats and Richard Flanagan on photography. This is a
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50 Dáil Debates that Shaped the Nation : Standing by the Republic. by Drennan, John.;
Intro -- Title page -- Contents -- Introduction -- Section 1: Hopeful forties, hungry fifties -- Chapter 1: 'Doomed be damned': Dev loses power and the sky doesn't fall in -- Chapter 2: Keeping the past for pride as Mr Costello declares the Republic -- Chapter 3: Protecting mothers and children? Not in our Republic, thank you -- Chapter 4: The Duke of Plaza Toro returns, leading from behind -- Chapter 5: Suffer the little children … in blind indifference -- Chapter 6: Dev steps out, Costello steps in again -- Chapter 7: 'National progress has halted': Lemass addresses the state of the nation -- Chapter 8: Hoping for an 'upsurge of patriotism': Mr Lemass is chosen -- Section 2: After the lost decade new hope blossoms … but old problems scowl -- Chapter 9: A turn to the left: Lemass leads on -- Chapter 10: In the 'affluent society' even the undeserving poor deserve justice -- Chapter 11: The reluctant Taoiseach takes to the pitch -- Chapter 12: 'So charming as to be dangerous' -- Chapter 13: The Revenue are not the enemy: Mr Haughey's first budget -- Chapter 14: Hot Dames on Cold Slabs: The beginning of the end of the age of censorship -- Chapter 15: Oliver J. Flanagan's fishy tale -- Section 3: Enter Haughey after Jack secures too much of the love of the people -- Chapter 16: The Arms Crisis: A state and a party confront the enemy within -- Chapter 17: Jack's 'exercise in persuasion' -- Chapter 18: The original Quiet Man comes to power -- Chapter 19: Honest Jack gobbles the lot as John Kelly plays Nostradamus -- Chapter 20: 'Tis an Irish solution to an Irish problem' -- Chapter 21: Mr Haughey 'comes with a flawed pedigree' -- Section 4: The horrid eighties and the great age of GUBU -- Chapter 22: 'I found my foot in some strange doors last week' -- Chapter 23: Ephemeral creations bring down the best Government we never had.Chapter 24: A duo of despair -- Chapter 25: Dessie O'Malley stands by the Republic -- Chapter 26: Frankenstein's monster and Pee Flynn stalk the land -- Chapter 27: Mac the Knife confronts Ireland's economic crisis -- Chapter 28: 'A further significant development in the political degeneration of Fianna Fáil' -- Section 5: An evil spirit leaves and a ward boss comes -- Chapter 29: An evil spirit governs the Republic -- Chapter 30: 'I have done the state some service' -- Chapter 31: Hollow, nervous laughter as they pass the graveyard -- Chapter 32: A bit of a shock as Bruton 'rises as a phoenix' -- Chapter 33: We are in surplus: Labour's last budget -- Chapter 34: A rat in an anorak or a humble nort'side Dub? -- Chapter 35: Ray Burke draws a line in the sand -- Chapter 36: Bertie sees the Ghost of Tribunals Future -- Chapter 37: Drinking champagne as Charlie McCreevy becomes midwife to the Celtic Tiger -- Chapter 38: Hope and history walk hand in hand -- Chapter 39: The apotheosis of the dragon's teeth of terrorism -- Section 6: Death of the Republic -- Chapter 40: A man in full: Bertie leaps the second hurdle -- Chapter 41: McCreevy's last hurrah turns into a handful of dust -- Chapter 42: Appeasement challenged: Enda comes of age -- Chapter 43: Three-in-a-row secured as death by tribunal waits -- Chapter 44: 'This is a wonderful country, and we are a fortunate people': Seeing through a glass darkly as Brian Cowen becomes Taoiseach -- Chapter 45: Handing over the deeds of the country to bail out the banks -- Chapter 46: Ireland has 'turned the corner' -- Chapter 47: Darkness falls -- Chapter 48: 'Where do we leave our CVs for all these jobs?' -- Chapter 49: Mr Cowen sips from the bitter cup for a final time -- Epilogue -- Chapter 50: Hanging out our brightest colours for Enda -- Bibliography -- Acknowledgements -- Copyright -- About the Author.About Gill & Macmillan.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2018. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Tales from the Toronto Blue Jays Dugout : A Collection of the Greatest Blue Jays Stories Ever Told. by Prime, Jim.(DLC)1884198;
Intro -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- Introduction -- Danny Ainge -- Doyle Alexander -- Roberto Alomar -- J. P. Arencibia -- Doug Ault -- Bob Bailor -- Jesse Barfield -- Darwin Barney -- Miguel Batista -- Tony Batista -- Jose Bautista -- Paul Beeston -- Derek Bell -- George (Jorge) Bell -- Joe Biagini -- Emilio Bonifacio -- Pat Borders -- Rick Bosetti -- Mark Buehrle -- A. J. Burnett -- Rob Butler -- Melky Cabrera -- Canucks -- Jesse Carlson -- Chris Carpenter -- Joe Carter -- Rico Carty -- Frank Catalanotto -- Brett Cecil -- John Cerutti -- Tom Cheek -- Jim Clancy -- Roger Clemens -- Dave Collins -- David Cone -- Bobby Cox -- Rajai Davis -- Steve Delabar -- Carlos Delgado -- R. A. Dickey -- Bobby Doerr -- Josh Donaldson -- Rob Ducey -- Edwin Encarnacion -- Mark Eichhorn -- Marco Estrada -- Exhibition Stadium -- Ron Fairly -- John Farrell -- Junior Felix -- Tony Fernandez -- Mike Flanagan -- Jason Frasor -- Damaso Garcia -- Cito Gaston -- John Gibbons -- Pat Gillick -- Troy Glaus -- Alex Gonzalez -- Shawn Green -- Alfredo Griffin -- Jason Grilli -- Kelly Gruber -- Juan Guzman -- Roy Halladay -- Jay Happ -- Roy Hartsfield -- Rickey Henderson -- Tom Henke -- Aaron Hill -- Eric Hinske -- Paul Hodgson -- Roy Howell -- Garth Iorg -- Cliff Johnson -- Kelly Johnson -- Reed Johnson -- Tim Johnson -- Munenori Kawasaki -- Jimmy Key -- Billy Koch -- Dennis Lamp -- Brett Lawrie -- Luis Leal -- Al Leiter -- Adam Lind -- Dave Lemanczyk -- Russell Martin -- Buck Martinez -- The Mascots -- Bobby Mattick -- John Mayberry -- John McDonald -- Fred McGriff -- Dave McKay -- Randy Moffitt -- Paul Molitor -- Kendrys Morales -- Jack Morris -- Brandon Morrow -- Lloyd Moseby -- Rance Mulliniks -- Dioner Navarro -- Jose Nunez -- John Olerud -- Roberto Osuna -- Lyle Overbay -- Kevin Pillar -- Dan Plesac -- David Price -- Paul Quantrill.Colby Rasmus -- J. P. Ricciardi -- Alexis Rios -- Scott Rolen -- Phil Roof -- B. J. Ryan -- Aaron Sanchez -- Michael Saunders -- Marco Scutaro -- Bill Singer -- SkyDome/Rogers Centre -- Justin Smoak -- Matt Stairs -- Dave Stewart -- Shannon Stewart -- Dave Stieb -- Todd Stottlemyre -- Marcus Stroman -- Mike Timlin -- Devon Travis -- Troy Tulowitzki -- Tom Underwood -- Willie Upshaw -- Melvin Upton Jr. -- Tom Verducci -- Duane Ward -- Mitch Webster -- David Wells -- Vernon Wells -- Devon White -- Ernie Whitt -- Jimy Williams -- Dave Winfield -- Alvis Woods -- Gregg Zaun -- Acknowledgments -- Bibliography -- Other Sources.From the club's inception in the late '70s to winning the division for the first time in the '80s, Joe Carter's epic home run, the two World Series titles in the early '90s, the reign of Roy Halladay, Josh Donaldson's MVP season, and everything in between, the Blue Jays have continued to build a storied history as one of baseball's most exciting teams. In Tales from the Toronto Blue Jays Dugout, Jim Prime captures all of the best moments in Blue Jays history, from the most thrilling to the most humorous, and so much more. Stories of players and coaches from both on and off the field can be found here, including tales of All-Stars Dave Stieb and Carlos Delgado, Hall of Famers Dave Winfield, Rickey Henderson, and Roberto Alomar, and many more memorable Blue Jays, past and present. It's all here, in the latest addition to the Tales From series, the perfect gift for any fan of the only current Major League Baseball team playing in Canada!.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2018. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Tales from the Toronto Blue Jays Dugout : A Collection of the Greatest Blue Jays Stories Ever Told. by Prime, Jim.(DLC)1884198;
Intro -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- Introduction -- Danny Ainge -- Doyle Alexander -- Roberto Alomar -- J. P. Arencibia -- Doug Ault -- Bob Bailor -- Jesse Barfield -- Darwin Barney -- Miguel Batista -- Tony Batista -- Jose Bautista -- Paul Beeston -- Derek Bell -- George (Jorge) Bell -- Joe Biagini -- Emilio Bonifacio -- Pat Borders -- Rick Bosetti -- Mark Buehrle -- A. J. Burnett -- Rob Butler -- Melky Cabrera -- Canucks -- Jesse Carlson -- Chris Carpenter -- Joe Carter -- Rico Carty -- Frank Catalanotto -- Brett Cecil -- John Cerutti -- Tom Cheek -- Jim Clancy -- Roger Clemens -- Dave Collins -- David Cone -- Bobby Cox -- Rajai Davis -- Steve Delabar -- Carlos Delgado -- R. A. Dickey -- Bobby Doerr -- Josh Donaldson -- Rob Ducey -- Edwin Encarnacion -- Mark Eichhorn -- Marco Estrada -- Exhibition Stadium -- Ron Fairly -- John Farrell -- Junior Felix -- Tony Fernandez -- Mike Flanagan -- Jason Frasor -- Damaso Garcia -- Cito Gaston -- John Gibbons -- Pat Gillick -- Troy Glaus -- Alex Gonzalez -- Shawn Green -- Alfredo Griffin -- Jason Grilli -- Kelly Gruber -- Juan Guzman -- Roy Halladay -- Jay Happ -- Roy Hartsfield -- Rickey Henderson -- Tom Henke -- Aaron Hill -- Eric Hinske -- Paul Hodgson -- Roy Howell -- Garth Iorg -- Cliff Johnson -- Kelly Johnson -- Reed Johnson -- Tim Johnson -- Munenori Kawasaki -- Jimmy Key -- Billy Koch -- Dennis Lamp -- Brett Lawrie -- Luis Leal -- Al Leiter -- Adam Lind -- Dave Lemanczyk -- Russell Martin -- Buck Martinez -- The Mascots -- Bobby Mattick -- John Mayberry -- John McDonald -- Fred McGriff -- Dave McKay -- Randy Moffitt -- Paul Molitor -- Kendrys Morales -- Jack Morris -- Brandon Morrow -- Lloyd Moseby -- Rance Mulliniks -- Dioner Navarro -- Jose Nunez -- John Olerud -- Roberto Osuna -- Lyle Overbay -- Kevin Pillar -- Dan Plesac -- David Price -- Paul Quantrill.Colby Rasmus -- J. P. Ricciardi -- Alexis Rios -- Scott Rolen -- Phil Roof -- B. J. Ryan -- Aaron Sanchez -- Michael Saunders -- Marco Scutaro -- Bill Singer -- SkyDome/Rogers Centre -- Justin Smoak -- Matt Stairs -- Dave Stewart -- Shannon Stewart -- Dave Stieb -- Todd Stottlemyre -- Marcus Stroman -- Mike Timlin -- Devon Travis -- Troy Tulowitzki -- Tom Underwood -- Willie Upshaw -- Melvin Upton Jr. -- Tom Verducci -- Duane Ward -- Mitch Webster -- David Wells -- Vernon Wells -- Devon White -- Ernie Whitt -- Jimy Williams -- Dave Winfield -- Alvis Woods -- Gregg Zaun -- Acknowledgments -- Bibliography -- Other Sources.From the club's inception in the late '70s to winning the division for the first time in the '80s, Joe Carter's epic home run, the two World Series titles in the early '90s, the reign of Roy Halladay, Josh Donaldson's MVP season, and everything in between, the Blue Jays have continued to build a storied history as one of baseball's most exciting teams. In Tales from the Toronto Blue Jays Dugout, Jim Prime captures all of the best moments in Blue Jays history, from the most thrilling to the most humorous, and so much more. Stories of players and coaches from both on and off the field can be found here, including tales of All-Stars Dave Stieb and Carlos Delgado, Hall of Famers Dave Winfield, Rickey Henderson, and Roberto Alomar, and many more memorable Blue Jays, past and present. It's all here, in the latest addition to the Tales From series, the perfect gift for any fan of the only current Major League Baseball team playing in Canada!.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
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Tales from the Toronto Blue Jays Dugout [electronic resource] : A Collection of the Greatest Blue Jays Stories Ever Told by Prime, Jim.(SAGE)1884198;
Cover; Title Page; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Introduction; Danny Ainge; Doyle Alexander; Roberto Alomar; Alex Anthopoulos; J. P. Arencibia; Alan Ashby; Doug Ault; Bob Bailor; Jesse Barfield; Miguel Batista; Tony Batista; Jose Bautista; Paul Beeston; Derek Bell; George (Jorge) Bell; Emilio Bonifacio; Pat Borders; Rick Bosetti; Mark Buehrle; A. J. Burnett; Rob Butler; Melky Cabrera; Canucks; Jesse Carlson; Chris Carpenter; Joe Carter; Rico Carty; Frank Catalanotto; Brett Cecil; John Cerutti; Tom Cheek; Jim Clancy; Roger Clemens; Dave Collins; David Cone; Bobby Cox; Rajai DavisSteve DelabarCarlos Delgado; R. A. Dickey; Bobby Doerr; Rob Ducey; Edwin Encarnacion; Mark Eichhorn; Exhibition Stadium; Ron Fairly; John Farrell; Junior Felix; Tony Fernandez; Mike Flanagan; Jason Frasor; Damaso Garcia; Cito Gaston; John Gibbons; Pat Gillick; Troy Glaus; Alex Gonzalez; Shawn Green; Alfredo Griffin; Kelly Gruber; Juan Guzman; Roy Halladay; Jay Happ; Roy Hartsfield; Rickey Henderson; Tom Henke; Aaron Hill; Eric Hinske; Paul Hodgson; Roy Howell; Garth Iorg; Cliff Johnson; Josh Johnson; Kelly Johnson; Reed Johnson; Tim Johnson; Munenori Kawasaki; Jimmy Key; Billy KochDennis LampBrett Lawrie; Luis Leal; Al Leiter; Adam Lind; Jesse Litsch; Dave Lemanczyk; Candy Maldonado; Shaun Marcum; Buck Martinez; The Mascots; Bobby Mattick; John Mayberry; John McDonald; Fred McGriff; Dave McKay; Randy Moffitt; Paul Molitor; Jack Morris; Brandon Morrow; Lloyd Moseby; Rance Mulliniks; Dioner Navarro; Jose Nunez; John Olerud; Lyle Overbay; Dan Plesac; Paul Quantrill; Colby Rasmus; Jose Reyes; J. P. Ricciardi; Alexis Rios; Scott Rolen; Phil Roof; B. J. Ryan; Marco Scutaro; Bill Singer; SkyDome/Rogers Centre; Matt Stairs; Dave Stewart; Shannon Stewart; Dave StiebTodd StottlemyreMike Timlin; Tom Underwood; Willie Upshaw; Tom Verducci; Chien-Ming Wang; Duane Ward; Mitch Webster; David Wells; Vernon Wells; Devon White; Ernie Whitt; Jimy Williams; Dave Winfield; Alvis Woods; Gregg Zaun; Acknowledgments; Bibliography; Other SourcesFrom the club's inception in the late '70s; to winning the division for the first time in the '80s; Joe Carter's epic home run; the two World Series titles in the early '90s; the reign of Roy Halliday; and everything in between, the Blue Jays have continued to build a storied history as one of baseball's most exciting teams. In Tales from the Toronto Blue Jays Dugout, Jim Prime, who has written several books on the AL East rival Boston Red Sox, captures all of the best moments in Blue Jays history, from the most thrilling to the most humorous, and so much more. Stories of players and coaches f
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On This Day : Irish Histories from Drivetime in RTÉ Radio 1. by Dungan, Myles.;
Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- Acknowledgement -- Foreword -- January -- 23 January 1806 - The Death of William Pitt the Younger -- 30 January 1846 - The Birth of Katharine O'Shea -- 17 January 1861 - The Death of Lola Montez -- 9 January 1873 - The Birth of John J. Flanagan, Irish-American Hammer-Thrower -- 2 January 1880 - Charles Stewart Parnell's Visit to the USA Begins -- 3 January 1920 - Recruitment Begins for the Black and Tans -- 24 January 1920 - The Death of Performer and Composer Percy French -- 16 January 1922 - Michael Collins Takes Possession of Dublin Castle -- 10 January 1952 - The Crash of the Aer Lingus Plane the St Kevin -- February -- 20 February 1794 - The Birth of Writer William Carleton -- 28 February 1799 - Birth of Engineer and Philanthropist William Dargan -- 13 February 1820 - The Death of Barrister, Composer and Informer Leonard McNally -- 14 February 1856 - The Birth of Writer and Controversialist Frank Harris -- 27 February 1890 - Danny Needham and Patsy Kerrigan Fight a Draw in San Francisco -- 21 February 1922 - Recruitment Begins for An Garda Síochána -- 7 February 1940 - The Sentencing of IRA Activist Brendan Behan -- 6 February 1958 - The Death of Football Star Liam Whelan in the Munich Air Disaster -- March -- 7 March 1594 - The English Take on 'Pirate Queen' Grace O'Malley -- 21 March 1656 - The Death of Philosopher and Theologian James Ussher -- 14 March 1738 - John Beresford, Unionist Politician, is Born in Dublin -- 28 March 1820 - The Birth of Times War Correspondent William Howard Russell -- 6 March 1831 - The Birth of Irish-American General Philip Sheridan -- 27 March 1839 - The Birth of John Ballance, Prime Minister of New Zealand -- 13 March 1856 - The Birth of Nationalist and Fenian P. W. Nally -- 20 March 1919 - The Birth of the MGM Lion, Cairbre, in Dublin Zoo -- April.25 April 1681 - The Murder of the Notorious Bandit Redmond O'Hanlon -- 18 April 1690 - The First of the 'Wild Geese' Sail for France -- 4 April 1818 - The Birth of Thomas Mayne Reid, Novelist of the American West -- 3 April 1846 - The Death of Street Balladeer Michael Moran, a.k.a. Zozimus -- 11 April 1866 - The Last Successful Fenian Invasion of Canada -- 24 April 1916 - The Easter Rising Begins in Dublin -- 10 April 1918 - The British Parliament Proposes Conscription in Ireland -- 17 April 1920 - The Inquest into the Killing of the Lord Mayor of Cork, Tomás MacCurtain -- May -- 8 May 1597 - The Death of Rebel Gaelic Chieftain Fiach McHugh O'Byrne -- 9 May 1766 - The Execution of the Hiberno-French Nobleman Thomas Lally -- 23 May 1798 - The Rebellion of the United Irishmen Begins in Dublin -- 30 May 1807 - The Duel of William Congreve Alcock and John Colclough -- 15 May 1808 - The Birth of Composer Michael Balfe -- 1 May 1837 - The Birth of Mary Harris, a.k.a. 'Mother Jones' -- 22 May 1849 - The Death of Novelist Maria Edgeworth -- 2 May 1882 - The 'Kilmainham Treaty' and the Release of Parnell from Jail -- 16 May 1907 - The Birth of Olympic Hurdler Bob Tisdall -- 29 May 1917 - The Birth of US President John F. Kennedy -- June -- 20 June 1210 - King John of England Lands at Waterford -- 12 June 1730 - The Robbery of the Treasure Ship the Golden Lion in Kerry -- 19 June 1841 - The Birth of George Arthur French, Head 'Mountie' -- 27 June 1846 - The Irish Nationalist Politician Charles Stewart Parnell is Born -- 13 June 1865 - The Birth of Poet W. B. Yeats in Dublin -- 5 June 1916 - The Death of Lord Kitchener, Secretary of State for War -- 6 June 1944 - Irishmen Fight in Operation Overlord, 'D-Day' -- 26 June 1963 - US President John F. Kennedy Begins his Official State Visit to Ireland -- July.25 July 1633 - Thomas, Viscount Wentworth, Becomes Lord Deputy of Ireland -- 24 July 1750 - The Birth of Barrister and Politician John Philpot Curran -- 11 July 1792 - The Belfast Harp Festival Begins -- 18 July 1822 - The New Theatre Royal Opens in Dublin -- 4 July 1836 - The Establishment of the Dublin Metropolitan Police -- 10 July 1867 - The Birth of Irish-American Satirist and Journalist Finlay Peter Dunne -- 3 July 1878 - The Birth of Irish-American Performer and Composer George M. Cohan -- 17 July 1938 - Transatlantic Pilot Douglas 'Wrong Way' Corrigan Takes Off from New York -- 31 July 1917 - The Death of Meath-Born Poet Francis Ledwidge in the Great War -- August -- 15 August 1649 - Oliver Cromwell Arives in Ireland -- 29 August 1729 - The Birth of Banker David La Touche -- 8 August 1781 - The First Stone is Laid at the Site the Custom House in Dublin -- 14 August 1814 - The Birth of Mary O'Connell, 'The American Florence Nightingale' -- 28 August 1814 - The Birth of Sheridan Le Fanu, Writer of Gothic Fiction -- 2 August 1855 - The Annual Donnybrook Fair Comes to an End -- 1 August 1915 - Jeremiah O'Donovan Rossa is Buried in Glasnevin Cemetery -- 7 August 1916 - The Premiere of Irish-Produced Film O'Neil of the Glen -- 22 August 1922 - Michael Collins is Killed in an Ambush at Béal na mBláth in Cork -- September -- 12 September 1827 - The Birth of Cornelius O'Keefe, Irish Cattleman in Montana -- 11 September 1838 - The Birth of Irish-American Prelate John Ireland -- 4 September 1844 - The House of Lords Frees Daniel O'Connell from Prison -- 19 September 1845 - The Birth of Thomas Barnardo, Irish Humanitarian -- 18 September 1867 - Thomas Kelly and Timothy Deasy Freed by Fenians in Manchester -- 25 September 1880 - The Murder of Galway Landlord, Lord Mountmorres -- 26 September 1904 - The Death of Hiberno-Japanese Writer Lafcadio Hearn.5 September 1931 - The First Edition of the Irish Press Rolls Off the Presses -- October -- 23 October 1641 - The Beginning of the 1641 Rebellion -- 17 October 1738 - The Loathsome Aristocrat, Arthur Rochfort, Fights a Duel -- 3 October 1750 - The Hanging of James McLaine, Gentleman Highwayman -- 30 October 1751 - The Birth of Playwright and Politician Richard Brinsley Sheridan -- 10 October 1771 - American Emissary Benjamin Franklin Visits the Irish Parliament -- 2 October 1852 - The Journalist and Politician William O'Brien is Born in Mallow -- 16 October 1854 - The Birth of Dramatist, Poet and Wit Oscar Wilde -- 31 October 1867 - The Death of the Noted Astronomer the 3rd Earl of Rosse -- 24 October 1878 - The Death of Roman Catholic Prelate Cardinal Paul Cullen -- 9 October 1913 - The Birth of Professional Golfer Harry Bradshaw -- November -- 14 November 1669 - Oliver Plunkett Becomes Archbishop of Armagh -- 13 November 1775 - General Richard Montgomery Takes Montreal at the Head of an American Force -- 27 November 1857 - The Birth of Surgeon and Explorer Thomas H. Parke -- 28 November 1871 - The Gaiety Theatre Opens in Dublin -- 7 November 1878 - The Birth of Suffragist and First Female Magistrate in India, Margaret Cousins -- 21 November 1915 - Shackleton's Endurance Sinks -- 20 November 1925 - Commissioner Eoin MacNeill Resigns from the Boundary Commission -- 6 November 1929 - The Gaelic League Bans 'Foreign Dances' -- December -- 18 December 1878 - The Hanging of John 'Black Jack' Kehoe of the Molly Maguires -- 4 December 1879 - The Birth of Composer Hamilton Harty -- 12 December 1883 - The Birth of Composer Peadar Kearney -- 11 December 1920 - The Burning of Cork by the Auxiliaries -- 5 December 1921 - British Delegation Issues Ultimatum in the Anglo-Irish Treaty Negotiations.19 December 1973 - Mary McGee Wins Supreme Court Case Allowing Her to Import Contraceptives.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. 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