The Donnelly family are an infamous clan of Irish immigrants to Ontario. Five members of the Family were murdered by a mob of angry townspeople in 1880. No one was ever convicted of their murder but the legend of the family was perpetuated by Thomas Kelley's 1954 novel, The Black Donnellys. This volume offers the reader both primary documents, maps and illustrations related to the case.
Publisher: The Champlain Society
Edition: Champlain Society Reprints. Limited to 925 copies
Date Published: 2004
Place Published: Toronto
Condition: Near fine
Dust Jacket: No
Jacket Condition: n/a
Details: The Publications of The Champlain Society LXVI. cxlvi, 305, viii p. 25 cm. 4 maps, 12 b&w illustrations. Blue paperback. Some wrinkling to spine.