Helena Concannon (née Walsh; 1878 – 27 February 1952) was an Irish historian, writer, language scholar and Fianna Fáil politician.
Born in Derry, she was Professor of History at University College Galway. Many of her writings were on the subject of Irish women, including Canon Sheehan's Woman Characters (1910), Women of Ninety Eight (1919), Daughters of Banba (1922), The Poor Clares in Ireland (1929), and Irish nuns in penal days (1931).
^Angela Bourke The Field Day Anthology of Irish Writing 2002 - Volume 4 -081479906X Page 479 "She married Thomas Concannon, a national health inspector, in 1906 and went to live in Galway. ..The Queen of Ireland: An Historical Account of Ireland's Devotion to the BlessedVirgin (Dublin: M.H. Gill, 1938).""
^The Irish Monthly ed. Matthew Russell 1939 Volume 67 - Page 148 "The Queen of Ireland. By Mrs. Thomas Concannon, M.A., D.Litt. (Dublin : M. H. Gill and Son, Ltd. Pp. 369. Price 12/6.) This must be placed among the most valuable books that have appeared in Ireland in recent years, and only ..."