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The ‘Wrens of the Curragh’, for instance were a group of some sixty women working as ‘army camp followers’ around the Curragh.

Galway’s rich and varied heritage in areas such as engineering, architecture, infrastructure, industry and education is highlighted in the postcards and explored through the text.Lynch perished in the fire together with her elderly mother and aunt.Madden denounced Culen and began writing the book during the ensuing trial, at which Cullen received eighteen years imprisonment.The changing nature of Irish society following the 1801 Act of Union saw a redefining of the status of women, with an idealisation of nuns at one extreme and a marginalisation of prostitutes at the other.Yet it was estimated that there were 17,000 women working as prostitutes in Dublin alone, and a further 8 brothels in Cork.

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