James Minahan

right James Mark Minahan (1872 – 11 October 1941) was an Irish-born Australian politician.

Born in County Clare to bootmaker Patrick Minahan and Mary Murphy, Minahan migrated to New South Wales around 1883 and partnered with his brother Patrick as a boot manufacturer. Around 1900 he married Mary Eileen Killeen, with whom he had four children. From 1925 to 1934 he served as a Labor Party member of the New South Wales Legislative Council; he opposed Jack Lang in the 1930s and sat as a Federal Labor representative. Minahan died at Waverley in 1941. Provided by Wikipedia
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    One Europe, many nations : a historical dictionary of European national groups / by Minahan, James

    Published 2000
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    Encyclopedia of the stateless nations : ethnic and national groups around the world / by Minahan, James

    Published 2002
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    Ethnic groups of the Americas an encyclopedia / by Minahan, James

    Published 2013
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    Nations without states : a historical dictionary of contemporary national movements / by Minahan, James

    Published 1996
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    Miniature empires : a historical dictionary of the newly independent states / by Minahan, James

    Published 1998
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