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The Ulster Covenant and County Donegal, 1912-2012

The Ulster Covenant and County Donegal, 1912-2012

Ulster-Scots Community Network

On 28th September 1912, men and women visited Orange and Church Halls across Ulster to pen their signature or mark to a document that confirmed their opposition to Home Rule.

The Unionist population of Donegal responded enthusiastically, with 18,808 signing in the County and over 500 Donegal-born men and women signing in other parts of Ireland and on the mainland, with two Donegal signatures being recorded in South Africa.

This booklet seeks to tell their story and set in context the anti-Home Rule stance of the Donegal Protestant and Unionist community.


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