Many of the people included here have featured in the stories of the past few weeks. Pádraic and Eileen were married just five months after the battle at his home at Kilmilkin, Maam. It was still a dangerous time. Most of the men were ‘on the run’. At least two were on the ‘most wanted’ list. Watch out for Mrs Whelan of Clifden, that brave mother of Tommy Whelan hanged for a murder he did not commit, on March 14, the same year as this picture; what is Dr Michael Browne, later Bishop of Galway, doing there? and many more including Michael Collins, Arthur Griffith, and Petie Joe McDonnell.
- ‘No cheering crowds, no military parades, no public holidays’
- A thankless and a dangerous job
- ‘ Prepared to fight and to die’ for Ireland
- Connemara becomes battlefield in Tan war
- St Patrick's Day 1921 — murder and mayhem in Clifden
- A innocent man and the fate of Clifton
- The really ‘cultivated classes’ were the Irish themselves
- What more could a landlord do?
- ‘If you want to know who I am, I am John D Mahon of Ballydonnellan castle’
- The pursuit of love among Galway’s landed society
- Music, even more passion, and the Galway spy
- A love letter from a master of passion