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Part 2 of 2: Dolly's Brae to Drumcree (1849 to Today)
By Christine Kinealy (First produced in 2003)
By 1849, the nationalist threat had passed, but the Orange Order used the marches on July 12th, 1849, as an opportunity to demonstrate their continuing supremacy within Ireland. In 1849, dozens of additional parades took place throughout Ulster and they were better attended than in preceding year…
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