ISBN: 0 907677 89 4
ISBN: 0 907677 70 3 ISBN: 0 907677 35 5
ISBN: 0 907677 40 1
ISBN: 0 907677 45 2
Dublin woman Mary Hayden (1862-1942) was a scholar, historian, university professor, activist in issues of language, literature, politics and women's rights. A friend of Yeats, Pearse and the Joyce family, her personal diaries have been edited by Conan Kennedy and published in five volumes by Morrigan Book Company in association with the National Library of Ireland.

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VOLUME ONE, 1878-1883 ISBN 0 907677 89 4: 522pages
VOLUME TWO, 1884-1887 ISBN 0 907677 70 3: 558pages
VOLUME THREE, 1888-1892 ISBN 0 907677 35 5:565pages
VOLUME FOUR, 1893-1898 ISBN 0 907677 40 1: 460pages
VOLUME FIVE, 1899-1903 ISBN 0 907677 45 2: 400pages
[Volume Five also includes the Appendices to the entire series].
Want to go back to Ireland and the world wide web of the 1990’s ? Not a long journey for Dr Who and his Tardis, but in internet and technology terms an aeon, an age beyone comprehension. Atlantic Island, founded by Morrigan Books, was the first major Irish internet site, serving both the Irish in Ireland and the diaspora. It closed down at the end of the 20th century. But its pages from the 1990’s archived here are an extraordinary journey into the dim distant past !
Click that logo on the right. There’s an eerie experience awaiting.
 
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