Talk:Bloody Sunday (1887)

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I've added quite a bit, without really changing the stub text that was there before. I'd like to annotate a bit better some time. I reckon someone will think of good ways to link it elsewhere. It's a subject with great resonances in British and irish working class history.

I don't really understand the references to O'Connell and Kasey, which seem inconsequential, so I haven't changed them Thompson lists the dead as Curner, Connell and Harrison. The name Linnell is often given as one of the dead, but thompson insists he was actually a victim of one of the earlier disturbances: he got associated with Bloody Sunday itslf because he died around the same time, although he was certainly a martyr of the same movement.

Stephen Wells

I'm still keen to improve this page further but wondered whether it any longer counted as a stub.Sjwells53 17:19, 16 June 2007 (UTC)