From Westmeath to Peru Full
Circle: Memoirs of a Westmeath Missionary in Sicuani,
Cuzco, by Desmond Kelleher
Bernardo O'Higgins: The Rebel
Son of a Viceroy, by Alfredo Sepúlveda
Conquistadores, Soldiers and
Entrepreneurs: Early Irish Presence in Chile, by
‘Foreigners of this Kind’:
Chilean Refugees in Ireland, 1973-1990, by Claire
'Sr. Hutchinson, otra vez, no
dice V. nonsenses, no tonterrias': A Bigoted Response to
Thomas J. Hutchinson's Two Years in Peru (1873),
by Edmundo Murray
From a Shipwreck to 'Macayadas': The Macays in Ecuador, by Carmen Dueñas
From Ireland to South America: A
Story of Departures, Separations and Reunions, by
Julia Boland and Marilyn Boland
The Irish in the Peruvian Andes,
by Rosario Sheen
Reviews: Books and Resources
> New in the
"Dictionary of Irish Latin American Biography":
Grace, William Russell
(1832-1904), merchant, by Lawrence A. Clayton.
(b.c.1760), merchant in Spain and South America, by Jerry
(1899-1990), Catholic labour leader in Chile.
Joseph (c.1802-1885), diplomat, physician and
Leigh, Henry Hilton
(d. 1910), landowner and pioneer cotton planter.
(1771-1814), general in the Chilean war of independence.
Burdett [Frank] (1791-1871), officer in the
Irish Legion of Simón Bolívar's army.
[Ambrosio] (c.1721-1801), governor and captain-general of
Chile, later viceroy of Peru.
Payne, William Smith
[Guillermo] (1870-1924), missionary in Argentina and
Vicuña Mackenna, Benjamín
(1831-1886), Chilean writer, journalist and historian.
Wright, Thomas Charles
James (1799-1868), officer in Simón Bolívar's army
and founder of the Ecuadorian naval school.