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Alice Stopford Green (née Alice Sophia Amelia Stopford)

(1847-1929), Historian and Irish nationalist; wife of John Richard Green

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Largely self-educated, Stopford Green's scholarly career began as a research assistant to her husband, the historian J.R. Green, with whom she produced A Short Geography of the British Islands (1879). As a widow she produced a two-volume study, Town Life in the Fifteenth Century (1894). Irish by birth, in 1908 she published The Making of Ireland and its Undoing 1200-1600, which was strongly nationalist in tone, and she campaigned throughout her life for Irish home rule.

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Alice Stopford Green (née Alice Sophia Amelia Stopford), by Henry Herschel Hay Cameron (later The Cameron Studio) - NPG x74642

Alice Stopford Green (née Alice Sophia Amelia Stopford)

by Henry Herschel Hay Cameron (later The Cameron Studio)
platinotype cabinet card, 1880s
NPG x74642

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