(Encyclopedia) Colum, Padraic pdr?k k?l?m, 1881?1972, Irish-American author, b. Longford, Ireland. He was active in the Irish literary renaissance and helped to found the Abbey Theatre. His verse? (Encyclopedia) O'Brien, Fitz-James, 1828??1862, Irish-American author and journalist, b. Ireland. He settled in New York in 1852. He is remembered for two of his short stories, The Diamond Lens? (Encyclopedia) Molly Maguires m?gw??rz, secret organization of Irish-Americans in the coal-mining districts of Pennsylvania. Its name came from a woman who led an extralegal, antilandlord? (Encyclopedia) McCormack, John, 1884?1945, Irish-American tenor, b. Athlone, Ireland. He made his debut in London in 1907. In 1909, Oscar Hammerstein brought him to the United States. After his debut? (Encyclopedia) Emmet, Thomas Addis, 1764?1827, Irish-American lawyer, b. Cork, Ireland, grad. Trinity College, Dublin, 1782; brother of Robert Emmet. He was trained in medicine at the Univ. of? (Encyclopedia) Mitchel, John, 1815?75, Irish revolutionist and journalist. A practicing lawyer, Mitchel contributed articles to the Nation (Dublin) and the United Irishman, which he founded in 1848,? (Encyclopedia) Devoy, John d?voi, 1842?1928, Irish-American journalist and Irish revolutionary, b. Ireland. He joined the Irish Republican Brotherhood (see Fenian movement) in 1861. For? (Encyclopedia) Campbell, William Cecil, 1930?, Irish-American biologist and parasitologist, b. Derry, Northern Ireland, Ph.D. Univ. of Wisconsin?Madison, 1957. He became a U.S. citizen in 1962. From? (Encyclopedia) Herbert, Victor, 1859?1924, Irish-American cellist, composer, and conductor, studied at the Stuttgart Conservatory. In 1886 the Metropolitan Opera Company engaged his wife, Therese? (Encyclopedia) McCourt, Frank, 1930?2009, Irish-American memoirist, b. Brooklyn, N.Y. When McCourt was four his immigrant family returned to Ireland. He dropped out of school at 13 and had saved?