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Primary Sources: Annie Ryan, Witnesses inside the Easter Rising (Liberties Press, 2005) This source has

quotes from regular civilians at the time of the Easter Uprising. This source is helpful because it also gives another insight into the Uprising and the non-fighters view on the matter and therefore, it will help explain reaction.

BBC, Wars and Conflict: 1916 Easter Uprising: Witnesses to History, BBC History, http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/british/easterrising/witnesses/index.shtml (accessed November 7, 2011) This source is about the firsthand accounts of the Easter Uprising from both the British and Irish sides. This will be a useful source because it is extremely reliable and gives a primary source to my project in explaining the revolution from the viewpoint of the Irish fighters.

Collins, Michael. The Path to Freedom. Colorado: Roberts Rinehart Publishers, 1996. This book was written by Michael Collins of Ireland himself about his views of the Easter Uprising and what occurred because of it. This primary source helped me extract information on the revolution and reaction aspects of my project.

F. X. Martin, Leaders and Men of the Easter Uprising: Dublin 1916 (Taylor and Francis, 1967) This source is all about the Irish rebel fighters experiences during the Easter Uprising. This is another useful source because it is also historically accurate and will tell the correct reactions of the Irish to Britain and Home Rule. It will help explain my reaction and revolution.

National British Archives, Ireland: Easter Rising 1916, The National Archives, http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/records/research-guides/easter-rising.htm (accessed November 8, 2011) This source has British Police records of the time of the Easter Uprising. This source is helpful because it shows how the British handled the situation and help explain the reform from Britain.

World Atlas, Easter Rising Photos: Dublin Photos, World Atlas, http://www.worldatlas.com/webimage/countrys/europe/ieeaster.htm (accessed November 7, 2011) This source gives pictures and quotes with the pictures that describe the Easter Uprising first hand. This source will be helpful to give photographic evidence of the insurrection and help explain the reaction to the event.

Secondary Sources: BBC, Wars and Conflict: 1916 Easter Uprising: Aftermath, BBC History, http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/british/easterrising/aftermath/af01.shtml (accessed November 7, 2011) This source explains the aftermath of the Easter Uprising and what happened after the rebels were shut down therefore it is helpful in explaining the reform of the Uprising. BBC, Wars and Conflict: 1916 Easter Uprising: Insurrection, BBC History, http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/british/easterrising/insurrection/index.shtml (accessed November 8, 2011) This source explains the actual insurrection beginning and how it all started so it is helpful in explaining the revolution part.

Easter Rising, Easter Rising 1916, Easter Rising, http://www.easter1916.net/ (accessed November 7, 2011) This source is another generic telling of the Easter Uprising but it will help me explain all parts of my project, revolution, reaction and reform.

English History by Dr. Marjorie Bloy, The Home Rule Crisis: 1910 1914, History Home, http://www.historyhome.co.uk/peel/ireland/homerule.htm (accessed November 9, 2011) This source also explains the definition of Home Rule and how it directly affected the Irish. It will be helpful in explaining the revolution aspect as well.

Ireland 1848 1922, The Easter Uprising, History Learning Site, http://www.historylearningsite.co.uk/easter_uprising.htm (accessed November 7, 2011)

This source is a historians viewpoint of the Easter Uprising in the format of a younger audience. It can be extremely helpful in my research because it explains the basics and the overall view of the Uprising.

Ireland 1848 1922, Home Rule and Ireland, History Learning Site, http://www.historylearningsite.co.uk/home_rule_and_ireland.htm (Home Rule - History Learning) This source is all about Home Rule which is extremely important to the Easter Uprising because it is why the Irish revolted against the British in the first place. This source is important because it will help explain the revolution in my project.

Mackay, James. Michael Collins: A life. London: Mainstream Publishing, 1996. This book follows the rebel leader Michael Collins life as he fought his way through the Uprising and into the Irish War for Independence. It helps me further expand into the reform aspect of my project because of the information given after the Uprising was shut down.

Walsh, Oonagh. Irelands Independence, 1880 1923. London: Routledge, 2002. This source outlines all of Irelands history including the context and afterwards of the Uprising. This book helped me in finding legitimate quotes and historical background to base my revolution, reaction, and reform aspects around.

All multimedia clips http://www.youtube.com/ This source is extremely important because of the clips and media it provided for my website. Without this source I wouldnt have been able to add the wonderful songs and media to my project.