|Title: ||Heroes or villains?: The Irish, crime, and disorder in Victorian England|
|Affiliation: ||Chester College of Higher Education|
|Citation: ||Albion, 1997, 29(3), pp. 399-421|
|Publisher: ||North American Conference on British Studies|
|Issue Date: ||1997 |
|Additional Links: ||http://www.albion.appstate.edu|
|Abstract: ||This article discusses Irish participation in crime in Victorian England, the deficiencies of contemporary qualitative and quantitative sources, and the relationship between Irish immigration and crime and disorder in Victorian England.|
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|Appears in Collections: ||History|
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