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Fenia as the Fenian Brotherhood and the Irish Republican Brotherhood (IRB), were fraternal organizations dedicated to the creation of an independent Irish republic in the 19 and early 20 th century. The name “Fenians” was first used by John O’Mahony members of the Irish nationalist organization which he founded in America in 1858 . O’Mahony, who was a Celtic scholar named the American wing of the movement after the Fianna, the legendary band of Irish warriors led by Fionn mac Cumhaill.The term Fenian tickets is still used today, particularly in Northern Ireland, the Republic of Ireland and Scotland, where its original meaning has expanded to include all supporters of Irish nationalism, and is a derogatory term for Catholics. Irish nationalists themselves, and in honor of the 19-century Fenians, as a rule, use other designations for themselves such as “nationalist” or “Republican”, the word is also used themselves. Fenianism Fenians event, according to O’Mahony, symbolize the two principles: First, the fact that Ireland has a natural right to independence, and secondly, that this right can be won only through armed revolution. The term is sometimes used Fenianism British political establishment in 1860, for any form of mobilization among the lower classes or those who have expressed the Irish nationalist sentiment. They warned people about the threat to turn decent civilized society on its head such as represented by the trade union movement to the existing social order in England.
corey harris , attucks theatre, norfolk, va, mar 21, 2009, 10:00 am. david allan coe, state theatre, st petersburg, fl, mar 14, 2009, 10:00 am.
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