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Orangeism -- The Making of a Tradition is a comprehensive study of the followers of William of Orange.

Originating in a tiny medieval principality in the south of France, the House of Orange became the upholder of the Protestant cause in Europe.

William of Orange, the most famous of this line, brought with him the tradition when he instigated Britain's 'Glorious Revolution' of 1688. From there began his ...

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Overview

Orangeism -- The Making of a Tradition is a comprehensive study of the followers of William of Orange.

Originating in a tiny medieval principality in the south of France, the House of Orange became the upholder of the Protestant cause in Europe.

William of Orange, the most famous of this line, brought with him the tradition when he instigated Britain's 'Glorious Revolution' of 1688. From there began his influence in Ireland, which kindled a new Irish tradition.

With full descriptions of the battles, sieges and personalities engaged in the struggle, Kevin Haddick-Flynn even-handedly guides the reader through the events -- political, social and bloody -- that have shaped Orangeism to the present day.

In this groundbreaking account -- the first to include information on the Orange Order's sister organisations such as the Apprentice Boys of Derry, the Royal Black Preceptory and the Royal Arch Purple Order -- the Orange movement is described in vivid detail. Military campaigns and rebellions jostle with political intrigue and infighting; anti-Catholic rhetoric is matched with anti-Orange polemic; and the stage is filled with historic figures.

This book is an absorbing and authoritative historical record, bringing the story of Orangeism up to the end of the twentieth century.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780863276590
  • Publisher: Wolfhound Press UK
  • Publication date: 1/1/1999
  • Pages: 240
  • Product dimensions: 8.64 (w) x 7.94 (h) x 0.59 (d)

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements 7
Preface 9
Prologue 13
1. The Beginnings of Orangeism 15
2. The Coming of William 23
3. The Orange and the Green 32
4. The Siege of Derry 43
5. William in Ireland 53
6. The Green Grassy Slopes 61
7. Limerick, Athlone and Aughrim 69
8. The Glorious and Immortal Memory 85
9. Orangeism Without the Prince 92
10. The Protestant Nation 108
11. The Gathering Storm 120
12. The Battle of the Diamond 132
13. Orangeism Takes Root 147
14. A Land in Flames 162
15. 'Croppies Lie Down' 174
16. Aftermath and Union 191
17. The Spreading Orange Tree 202
18. The Ebbing Tide 215
19. Up, Protestants, Up! 228
20. Repeal and Reaction 242
21. The Years of the Great Test 257
22. Dolly's Brae and the Right to March 272
23. The Quaking Sod 288
24. The Orange Card 297
25. Home Rule is Rome Rule 312
26. The Orange State 326
27. The Discordant Drum 337
28. The Chosen Few 355
29. Under an Orange Arch 375
30. International Orangeism 393
Appendices
A Maps 401
1. The Route of William's Fleet--1688 402
2. The Route to London--1688 402
3. The Williamite Campaign in Ireland--1689-1691 403
4. The Siege of Derry--1689 404
5. The Battle of the Boyne--1690 405
6. The Siege of Limerick--1690 406
7. Sarsfield's Ride--1690 407
8. Plan of Athlone--1691 408
9. The Battle of Aughrim--1691 409
10. The Battle of the Diamond--1795 410
11. Orange Lodges in Ireland--1798 411
12. Orange Lodges in Ireland--1990 412
B Leaders of Orangeism and Grand Masters in Ireland 413
C Grand Lodge of Ireland Office Holders 1998 414
D Addresses of Orange Grand Lodges 415
E The Orange Marching Season 416
F The House of Orange-Nassau 418
G Degree Structures in Loyalist Orders 419
Glossary 420
Notes 425
Bibliography 439
Index 443
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