The Emerald Isle
St. Stephen's Green in Dublin is a central public park and twenty-two acres in size. During the Easter Rising of 1916, a group of Irish patriots made of mainly members of the Irish Citizen Army commanded by Commandant Michael Mallin and his second-in-command Constance Markiewicz took up position in the park.
Constance Markiewicz was an Irish Sinn Féin politician, revolutionary nationalist, suffragette, socialist and a bust dedicated to her resides in St. Stephen's Green. Wolfe Tone was a leading Irish revolutionary figure and one of the founding members of the United Irishmen, participant in the 1798 Irish Rebellion and died while imprisoned by the British.
Fianna Éireann named for the mythological Fianna has been used for revolutionary youth groups throughout the 20th and 21st centuries and Constance Markiewicz helped form a recreated Fianna Éireann in Dublin.