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Patrick O'Farrell (1933 – 25 December 2003) was a historian known for his histories of Roman Catholicism in Australia, Irish history and Irish Australian history. He was born into an Irish Catholic family in Greymouth, New Zealand, and was educated at the Marist Brothers High School, Greymouth, and at the University of Canterbury, where he received both a Bachelor's and a Master's degree in History. Having moved to Australia in 1956, he received a PhD from the Australian National University. He was Professor of History at the University of New South Wales from 1972 till his retirement in 1990, thereafter Emeritus Professor.

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by O'Farrell, Patrick, 1933-2003
Kensington, N.S.W. : New South Wales University Press, 1986
 
 
 
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Kensington, N.S.W. : New South Wales University Press, 1993
 
 
by O'Farrell, Patrick, 1933-2003
Sydney : Belfast : New South Wales University Press ; Ulster Historical Foundation, 1984
 
 
by O'Farrell, Patrick, 1933-2003
Canberra [A.C.T.] : Australian National University, 1964
 
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