America's Fight for Freedom: Irishmen Who Fought in the Revolutionary War Were Overwhelmingly Protestant [caption title]. John N. Quinn.

America's Fight for Freedom: Irishmen Who Fought in the Revolutionary War Were Overwhelmingly Protestant [caption title].

[Washington, D.C.? John N. Quinn, ca. 1920]. First edition? Single sheet, printed both sides, 10 x 6 inches. Faint stain along the upper margin; some light sunning; in very good condition. Item #9916

An anti-Catholic and anti-nationalist polemic from the Washington D.C. resident who arrays extracts from various sources to argue that Ulstermen gave the greatest support to the American Revolution and that the United States owes its support to Ulster against a possible Irish republic: "Home Rule or an Irish Republic would sound the death knell of civil and religious liberty . . ." This John Quinn not to be confused with the contemporary collector of Irish literature.

Price: $50.00

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