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On Sunday, January 23, the Irish American Club of Tulsa presents author Harolyn Enis and her most recent historical fiction novel When Ireland Fell Silent. Native to Oklahoma, Enis received her M.A. in American History at the University of Oklahoma. Enis combines her fascination with history with years of researching records and eyewitness accounts of the Great Irish Famine (1845-1849) in her newest novel set in Mayo County, Ireland.
Enis’s lecture will be at 2 pm in the Frossard Auditorium at the Hardesty Regional Library (8316 E 93rd Street). For those in the Tulsa area and interested in Irish history, Enis’s talk is open to the public and should prove informational and entertaining. Please visit the Irish American Club of Tulsa’s website for further details.
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