History of the Irish State to 1014. London: Macmillan, 1925. First edition. Pp xi, 437. Grreen cloth boads, title lettered in gilt to spine, in publisher's dust jacket. A near fine copy. "In this book I have brought together scattered fragments of early history, and thus attempted to construct for the first time a continuous and reasonable account of the Irish commonwealth down to the death of its leader Brian Boru." Noted historian and nationalist, Alice Stopford Green, participated in Treaty talks in 1921 and was nominated to the Irish Senate in 1922. Her other major works include 'The Making of Ireland and its Undoing 1200-1600' (1908) and 'Ourselves Alone in Ulster' (1918).