A member of the executive of the Gaelic League, she took sides with Peadar
Ó Laoghaire against MaNeill and others in the matter of preferring
the colloquial dialect of Munster Gaelic (caint na ndaoine) over classical
Irish; principal of the Irish Book Company, which produced her Ceatha
Gaedhilge: Irish Reading Lessons (Dublin: DOlier St. Irish Book
Co. 1904), with ills. by Jack B. Yeats.
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