Red Hugh, Prince of Donegal
Historical novel from Bethlehem Books. All the enmity between the Irish people and their Elizabethan English rulers is dramatized in the fate of Hugh, Prince of Donegal. Follow the prince's adventures from his assumption of his father's throne to his capture, escape, and climactic face-off against the English. Red Hugh: a champion who struck for Irish liberty; a hero of history; a figure more marvelous than fiction. Recommended for grade 5. Black and white. 1957 original copyright by the Bruce Publishing Co., reprinted 2001. 8.5 x 5.5 inches. Soft cover. 202 pp.
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- Reilly, Robert T.
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