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War is Women’s Business

such as

The Messenger of the Sacred Heart

had a very wide

circulation and as well as their religious content provided,

advice on animal husbandry, home making, decoration and

maintenance, short stories and more.

Catholic journals

was gaining traction and there were many

Women’s Suffrage newspapers and journals at

the time. One in particular -

Votes for Women

was through the exertions of the Munster

Women’s Franchise League ‘placed upon

the tables of the Cork Library and of the

Carnegie Free Library’

The Gaelic Revival saw an upsurge in interest in Gaelic Language papers, for

example A

n Lochrann, Sceal Nua, An Claidheamh Soluis


Eire Og

Suffrage for women