Alice Stopford Green (1847-1929) was an Anglo-Irish historian associated with the nationalist movement. She was a consistent opponent of British colonialism, opposing like most nationalists, English actions in the Boer War, as well as supporting the Congo Reform movement of Sir Roger Casement. Domestically, she was involved in the Home Rule movement. Her 1911 book, Irish Nationality, provides an account of the history of the Irish nation. Following the War of Independence, she was Pro-Treaty and was appointed to the Seanad in 1922, which she sat in until her death in 1929.
Irish Nationality (1911)
The Old Irish World (1912)