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  The Boland clan information page from The Information about Ireland Site
Harry Boland was born in Dublin in 1884.
Harry fought in the Easter Rising in 1916 and was interned in Dartmoor Prison.
Eavan Boland was born in Dublin in 1944, and was educated in London, New York, and Dublin.
www.ireland-information.com /heraldichall/boland/bolandpage.htm   (795 words)

  
  Science Fair Projects - Harry Boland
Harry Boland was an Irish nationalist of the early Twentieth Century.
During the Irish War of Independence Boland was active with Michael Collins, but he left Ireland for the United States of America along with Eamon de Valera as part of a campaign to raise awareness and support for their cause in America.
His brother Gerald Boland was a prominent member of Fianna Fail.
www.all-science-fair-projects.com /science_fair_projects_encyclopedia/Harry_Boland   (343 words)

  
 Harry Boland Information
Harry Boland (1887–1922) was an Irish nationalist of the early Twentieth Century.
Harry Boland was shot by members of the Free State National Army at the Skerries Grand Hotel on July 31.
Harry Boland's brother Gerald Boland was a prominent member of Fianna Fáil.
www.bookrags.com /Harry_Boland   (290 words)

  
 Harry Boland
Harry was educated at the Synge St. Christian Brothers' School but after a personality clash with one of the brothers, Harry refused to return to school.
Harry's older sister, Nellie died from the effects of TB Both Harry and his brother Gerry joined the Irish Republican Brotherhood on the same day in 1904.
Harry participated in activities to gain prisoner of war status for those imprisoned for the role in the Rising.
www.aoh61.com /history/Harry_Boland.htm   (860 words)

  
 12gauge.com 2002 - Bar Review - Harry Boland’s Irish Bar and Lounge
Harry’s, where the old CJ’s Tavern used to breed brawls and STD’s, has a consistent, diverse atmosphere and a great makeover.
Harry’s has a working fireplace, cozy back booths, darts, kick ass jukebox, beautiful bar selection, and the kind of female bartenders that men go off to fight wars for.
Street.” Harry Boland’s is being nominated for the prestigious “Getting Shitcanned With Subarton 2001 Award.” Truly worth your time, and great for couples looking to snuggle away and level a few seductive glasses of wine.
www.12gauge.com /review_bar_subarton_2001_harryboland.html   (223 words)

  
 Stylus - Harry Boland's Irish Revolution, 1887-1922
The definitive biography of Harry Boland incorporating previously untapped archives and establishing him one of the most influential figures in Irish history.
Apart from Michael Collins and Eamon de Valera, Harry Boland was probably the most influential organizer of the Irish Republican movement between 1916 and 1922.
Boland’s mix of animal charm, gregariousness, wit and a dash of ruthlessness made him an influential and formidable character.
www.styluspub.com /books/BookDetail.aspx?productID=104108   (771 words)

  
 UCD News, The Magazine of University College Dublin
The President, Dr Cosgrove, presented the Individual Hall of Fame Award to Harry Boland, a Commerce graduate and founder of the UCD Basketball Club.
Harry’s contribution to the UCD Basketball Club has been a great source of support and inspiration to numerous students for the last 50 years.
Harry is former chairman of Deloitte Haughey Boland and the National Concert Hall.
www.ucd.ie /ucdnews/nov02/sport.htm   (1119 words)

  
 I'll Always Miss You
Harry Boland, like his closest friend, Mick Collins, was a man of great physical beauty.
Boland, sir.”  She stepped back, as soon as she recognized Harry.
Harry took her hand and guided her toward the fireplace where Mick was standing.
www.authorhouse.com /BookStore/ItemDetail~bookid~5790.aspx   (1166 words)

  
 Amazon.ca: Harry Boland's Irish Revolution, 1887-1922: Books: David Fitzpatrick   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The definitive biography of Harry Boland incorporating previously untapped archives and establishing him one of the most influential figures in Irish history.
Apart from Michael Collins and Eamon de Valera, Harry Boland was probably the most influential organizer of the Irish Republican movement between 1916 and 1922.
Boland’s mix of animal charm, gregariousness, wit and a dash of ruthlessness made him an influential and formidable character.
www.amazon.ca /Harry-Bolands-Irish-Revolution-1887-1922/dp/1859183867   (562 words)

  
 Gerald Boland - Politics.ie Wiki
Boland later became a member of the Dublin Brigade Council He delivered the cake containing the keys to the doors of Lincoln Jail to Éamon de Valera which enabled him to escape together with Seán McGarry and Seán Milroy due to the assistance of Michael Collins and Gerry’s brother Harry Boland.
Boland was not overtly upset at the loss of power in 1948 as he felt the party had grown stale in power.
Kevin Boland served as a TD and a Government Minister from 1957-70 at which point he resigned from his ministry in opposition to the leadership of Jack Lynch and the direction he was taking the party.
www.politics.ie /wiki/index.php?title=Gerald_Boland   (2843 words)

  
 Harry Boland   (Site not responding. Last check: )
David Yates, who is currently finishing up with the "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix" movie, recently commented on the length of movies that incorporate too many action scenes or visual effects, which overwhelm audiences.
"Harry Potter" author, JK Rowling, patron of the MS Society of Scotland has recently spoke out about the decision by the Scottish Medicines Consortium's refusal to recommend a drug to treat a very aggressive type of relapsing MS.
On Sunday we let you know that the first film in the "Harry Potter" series had been voted favorite film by children in Britain in a poll by First Light Movies, the young people's filmmaking arm of the UK Film Council.
www.serebella.com /encyclopedia/article-Harry_Boland.html   (868 words)

  
 Gerald Boland - Definition, explanation
Boland was educated in Dublin and became a fitter for the Midland and Great Western Railway company.
In 1923 Boland was elected as a TD for Roscommon.
Boland lost his Dáil seat in 1961 but became a member of Seanad Éireann until 1969.
www.calsky.com /lexikon/en/txt/g/ge/gerald_boland.php   (333 words)

  
 Harry Boland by Irish American Book Company
Harry Boland was a soldier and politician, and was a third part of a doomed love triangle with the beauty Kitty Kiernan and Harry's comrade in arms and gigantic figure of the time, Michael Collins.
Boland was a diplomat, fund-raiser and soldier, ahead of his time, a very modern hero, but ultimately he was destroyed by the bitterness and violence which engulfed the fledgling Irish State.
Boland and Collins fought on opposite sides in the inevitable war of brothers and were both killed within three weeks of each other.
www.negative-procreative.biz /stuff-1856352366.html   (513 words)

  
 Harry Boland   (Site not responding. Last check: )
During the Irish War of Independence Boland operated alongside Michael Collins, but he left Ireland for the United States of America along with Eamon de Valera as part of a campaign to raise awareness and support for their cause in America.
Although the hotel has since been destroyed, there is a commerative plaque on the site stating that Boland was shot at that location.
In the 1996 movie, Michael Collins (film), Harry Boland was portrayed by Aidan Quinn.
nba.servegame.org /en/Harry_Boland.htm   (323 words)

  
 H-Net Review: Kevin Matthews on Harry Boland's Irish Revolution   (Site not responding. Last check: )
While Boland may not have been born with a smile on his face and a song in his heart, his republicanism was almost genetic.
By the time Boland was released from prison in June 1917, the independence movement generally and the IRB specifically were again up and running, and it is here that Fitzpatrick runs into trouble.
While it would be unfair to fault Boland for all of the mishaps that occurred during his career, it is impossible to ignore the fact that he was so wrong so many times about so many of the important issues that confronted Ireland's independence movement.
www.h-net.org /reviews/showrev.cgi?path=52511128700097   (3960 words)

  
 Boland, Harold (Harry) (1891 - 1956) Biographical Entry - Australian Dictionary of Biography Online   (Site not responding. Last check: )
BOLAND, HAROLD (1891-1956), shearer and trade unionist, was born on 21 October 1891 at Long Angle, near Grenfell, New South Wales, sixth child of Thomas Charles Edmund Boland, farmer, and his wife Elizabeth, née Tout, both native-born.
In March 1955 Boland was one of six Queensland delegates to the A.L.P. federal conference in Hobart where, following a dispute over the composition of the delegation from Victoria, seventeen delegates from four States agreed to boycott the conference.
Boland remained on cordial terms with Gair, despite having rejected his approaches in Hobart, and played a lesser role in the ensuing controversy.
www.adb.online.anu.edu.au /biogs/A130244b.htm   (674 words)

  
 Harry Boland - Politics.ie Wiki
Harry Boland was born on April 27, 1887 in Dublin.
During his time in prison the idea arose of putting forward some of the imprisoned Volunteers as candidates in by-elections, Michael Collins, Boland and Thomas Ashe favoured the idea, but others including Éamon de Valera opposed, however at the Longford by-election Joe McGuinness a fellow prisoner was elected.
Harry was elected to the First Dail in the 1918 election (to Westiminster) for Roscommon South as a Sinn Fein Candidate.
www.politics.ie /wiki/index.php?title=Harry_Boland&redirect=no   (378 words)

  
 Stylus - Harry Boland's Irish Revolution, 1887-1922
The definitive biography of Harry Boland incorporating previously untapped archives and establishing him one of the most influential figures in Irish history.
Apart from Michael Collins and Eamon de Valera, Harry Boland was probably the most influential organizer of the Irish Republican movement between 1916 and 1922.
Boland’s mix of animal charm, gregariousness, wit and a dash of ruthlessness made him an influential and formidable character.
styluspub.com /books/BookDetail.aspx?productID=104108   (778 words)

  
 O Beolain
The Bolands get their name from a Norwegian who came to Ireland very long ago.
Frederick Boland was Irish Ambassador in London in the 1950s and also President of the United Nations.
One of the oldest bakeries in Dublin, Boland's Mills, was the focus of much action during the Rising of 1916.
home.planet.nl /~boland/beollain.htm   (231 words)

  
 O Beolain   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Little is recorded of the Bolands until the 20th century when they took part in the struggle for independence.
Frederick Boland was Irish Ambassador in London in the 1950s and also President of the United Nations.
One of the oldest bakeries in Dublin, Boland's Mills, was the focus of much action during the Rising of 1916.
home.wxs.nl /~boland/beollain.htm   (231 words)

  
 Dáil Éireann - Volume 3 - 07 January, 1922 - DEBATE ON TREATY
HARRY BOLAND: I rise to speak against this Treaty because, in my opinion, it denies a recognition of the Irish nation.
I want Deputy Harry Boland to tell me now what Deputy Boland meant when he told me he was going back to America on the President's instructions to do an lawful thing—to prepare the American people for something short of a Republic.
Boland's instructions from me. Everyone knows that at the first meeting of the Cabinet and Ministry that I [308] proposed a plan as the only chance I saw of getting, except by force of arms, an isolated Republic; and that chance was the plan of external association.
historical-debates.oireachtas.ie /D/DT/D.T.192201070002.html   (12856 words)

  
 H-Net Review: Kevin Matthews on From Dublin Castle to Stormont: The Memoirs of Andrew Philip Magill, 1913-1925   (Site not responding. Last check: )
While it would be unfair to fault Boland for all of the mishaps that occurred during his career, it is impossible to ignore the fact that he was so wrong so many times about so many of the important issues that confronted Ireland's independence movement.
Boland and other Treaty opponents focused their attacks solely on this part of the agreement--"there's nothing else, nothing but the oath," he told erstwhile friends in the IRB (p.
Boland's last decisive act in Irish politics, negotiating the abortive de Valera-Collins Pact, could do nothing to avert an armed struggle, and after voters sharply rebuffed the anti-Treatyites in June, civil war was all but inevitable.
h-net.org /reviews/showrev.cgi?path=56181128700211   (3978 words)

  
 Irish American Post
Kevin Horan, the Boland's half forward made the only other score in the first half giving the Boland's a half time score of 1 goal and 4 points.
The second half was a completely different match, the Boland's came on strong scoring a goal and 3 points before the Cu Chulain's had a chance to blink.
The Harry Boland's went on to win by a score of 4 goals and 13 points to the Cu Chulain's score of 4 goals and 11 points.
www.gaelicweb.com /irishampost/year2002/056may-jun/sports/sports02.html   (984 words)

  
 Harry Boland's Irish Revolution, 1887-1922 - Blackwell Online
Along with his close comrades Michael Collins and Eamon de Valera, Harry Boland (1887-1922) was probably the most influential Irish revolutionary between 1917 and 1922.
Harry Boland was a forerunner for Adams and McGuinness.
Apart from Michael Collins and Eamon de Valera, Harry Boland was probably the most influential organiser of the Irish Republican movement between 1916 and 1922.
bookshop.blackwell.co.uk /jsp/welcome.jsp?action=search&type=isbn&term=1859182224&source=3246541172   (653 words)

  
 Harry Boland -   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Harry Boland (1887-1922) was an Irish nationalist of the early Twentieth Century.
Although this piece's original author states he was, Harry Boland was not "assasinated".
He was accidentally killed in an attempt to take him prisoner in the Grand Hotel, Skerries.
www.exchangegrid.com /mediawiki/index.php/Harry_Boland   (267 words)

  
 RTÉ News: Moriarty Tribunal examines Guinness and Mahon Bank accounts
Haughey's former business partner Harry Boland said he had no knowledge of a loan account in the same bank, which was held jointly in his and Mr.
Earlier today, Charles Haughey's former business partner, Harry Boland, told the Moriarty Tribunal that he had no knowledge of a loan account held jointly in his and Mr.
Boland, who ran the accountancy firm, Haughey Boland, with the former Taoiseach, said that he had never heard of this account, until contacted recently by bank staff investigating old accounts on behalf of the Tribunal.
www.rte.ie /news/1999/0713/moriarty.html   (698 words)

  
 North American GAA
Two very determined sides did themselves and the game of hurling proud and while victory went deservedly to Cuchulainn there was a good deal of sympathy for Harry Boland's too, as their steadfastness contributed much to a fine encounter which was thoroughly enjoyed by the biggest crowd of the season at Gaelic Park.
Both sides had their periods of dominance and it was Harry Boland's who ruled for most of the opening quarter.
Within three minutes of the turnover Harry Boland's recorded their first goal of the game when Kieran Hanalin shot to the net and Martin pointed to put them back in the lead.
www.nagaa.org /news/showArticle.php?article=27   (1599 words)

  
 Hoganstand.com - GAA Football & Hurling
Harry Boland’s perfect record in this years Chicago Central division senior hurling championship remains in tact following their well deserved six point victory over Erin’s Own at Gaelic Park on Sunday 18th July.
While there can be no denying Harry Boland’s entitlement to this game, they never sealed victory until late in the forth quarter with the help of substitute Liam Hogan who shot 1-1 in the final moments.
Harry Boland’s on the other hand had five forwards who contributed in the scoring department.
www.hoganstand.com /usa/ArticleForm.aspx?ID=34005   (840 words)

  
 Harry Boland - Education - Information - Educational Resources - Encyclopedia - Music
Harry Boland was an Irish nationalist of the early Twentieth Century.
During the Irish War of Independence Boland was active with Michael Collins, but he left Ireland for the United States of America along with Eamon de Valera as part of a campaign to raise awareness and support for their cause in America.
His brother Gerald Boland was a prominent member of Fianna Fail.
www.music.us /education/H/Harry-Boland.htm   (425 words)

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