Rambles Round Donegal

Author: Patrick Campbell
Editor: Irish Amer Book Company
ISBN: 9781856350129
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The Little Book Of Donegal

Author: Cathal Coyle
Editor: The History Press
ISBN: 0750969210
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The Little Book of Donegal is a compendium of fascinating, obscure, strange and entertaining facts about County Donegal. Here you will find out about Donegal’s folklore and customs, its proud sporting heritage, its castles, forts and stone circles, its famous (and occasionally infamous) men and women. Through quaint villages and historic towns and along the ‘Wild Atlantic Way’, this book takes the reader on a journey through County Donegal and its vibrant past. A reliable reference book and a quirky guide, this can be dipped into time and time again to reveal something new about the people, the heritage and the secrets of this ancient county.

Books Ireland

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Irish Travel Writing

Author: John McVeagh
Editor: Irish Amer Book Company
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File Size: 38,39 MB
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Covering all aspects of travel since the 12th century, this guide provides a reference on Irish travel literature. The book also examines the tradition and content of tourist guides to Ireland. The information included ranges from diary-accounts of journeys undertaken through the country and towns of Ireland, written for the information of others, to private writings, such as the 17th-century account by Mary Granville of her journey to Galway. There are also excerpts from the journals and letters of historical figures, such as John Wesley and Mary Wollstonecraft. Furthermore, the author has added to the bibliographical data for each entry wherever possible, indicating the itinerary followed by the writer in question.

Donegal

Author: William Nolan
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Donegal Authors A Bibliography

Author: Brenda O'Hanrahan
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Irish Publishing Record

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Brian Friel

Author: Ulf Dantanus
Editor: Humanities Press
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File Size: 73,94 MB
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Gothenburg Studies In English

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International Books In Print

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Forthcoming Books

Author: Rose Arny
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Rambles

Author: Patricius Walker
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Rambles reprints a series of travel sketches which describe places in both England and Ireland first published in Fraser's Magazine.

The Irish Naturalist

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Highways And Byways In Donegal And Antrim Part One Donegal

Author: Stephen Gwynn
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1909906018
File Size: 48,66 MB
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As a young man, Stephen Gwynn travelled through Counties Donegal and Antrim on a bicycle, enabling him to take a close-up view of the townlands, rivers, lakes and historic sites he visited. This is his account of his trip through Donegal. His loving interest in its history brings this accounts to life, revealing as it does, the hidden stories and associations behind the evocative exterior of the land. We get an account of ancient Gaelic Ireland: its holy places and its warriors - the O'Donnells and O'Neills. We hear of their tragic demise and the confiscation of the land they had to abandon. Though this book was written over a hundred years ago, the old Ireland he wrote of has left a lasting impression on the landscape, though it is fast fading. A reader who shares his passion for fishing and cycling will gain the additional pleasure of reliving these experiences as they were over one hundred years ago.

Donegal

Author: Jim Mac Laughlin
Editor: Four Courts PressLtd
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This anthology uses extracts from a wide variety of sources, to examine social and geographical change in Donegal over the past five centuries. Combining the approaches of the literary anthologist with that of the historian and social geographer, Jim MacLaughlin focuses on changes in community life and material culture in Donegal from the pre-colonial period to the late 20th century. The book presents extracts from historical records, travel literature, literary sources, biographies and autobiographies, official documents, political pamphlets and reports of government officials. It places the interpretations of academics alongside the observations of local historians, antiquarians, travellers, government officials, poets and writers.

The Cliff Scenery Of South Western Donegal By Kinnfaela

Author: KINNFAELA.
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