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Ulster Historical Foundation Donal McCracken - Forgotten Protest: Ireland and the Anglo-Boer War Ulster Historical Foundation Donal McCracken - Forgotten Protest: Ireland and the Anglo-Boer War

Pages: 232, Edition: Illustrated Edition, Paperback, Ulster Historical Foundation

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Ulster Historical Foundation Philip S. Robinson - The Plantation of Ulster: British Settlement in an Irish Landscape, 1600-1670 Ulster Historical Foundation Philip S. Robinson - The Plantation of Ulster: British Settlement in an Irish Landscape, 1600-1670

Pages: 284, Edition: New edition, Paperback, Ulster Historical Foundation

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Ulster Historical Foundation Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland: Parishes of Co. Antrim XIII 1833, 1835, 1838: 1833, 1835, 1838, Temple Patrick and District Vol 35 (The Ordnance Survey memoirs of Ireland 1830-1840) Ulster Historical Foundation Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland: Parishes of Co. Antrim XIII 1833, 1835, 1838: 1833, 1835, 1838, Temple Patrick and District Vol 35 (The Ordnance Survey memoirs of Ireland 1830-1840)

Pages: 178, Paperback, Ulster Historical Foundation

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Ulster Historical Foundation John Hume - Derry Beyond The Walls: Social and Economic Aspects of the Growth of Derry 1825-1850 Ulster Historical Foundation John Hume - Derry Beyond The Walls: Social and Economic Aspects of the Growth of Derry 1825-1850

Pages: 173, Paperback, Ulster Historical Foundation

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Ulster Historical Foundation Richard Macmaster - Flaxseed and Emigrants: Scotch-Irish Merchants in Eighteenth-century America Ulster Historical Foundation Richard Macmaster - Flaxseed and Emigrants: Scotch-Irish Merchants in Eighteenth-century America

Pages: 324, Paperback, Ulster Historical Foundation

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Ulster Historical Foundation David Stevenson - Scottish Covenanters and Irish Confederates: Scottish-Irish Relations in the Mid-Seventeenth Century Ulster Historical Foundation David Stevenson - Scottish Covenanters and Irish Confederates: Scottish-Irish Relations in the Mid-Seventeenth Century

Pages: 380, Edition: 2nd Revised edition, Paperback, Ulster Historical Foundation

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Ulster Historical Foundation Ian Montgomery - From Specialist Care to Specialist Treatment: A History of Muckamore Abbey Hospital Ulster Historical Foundation Ian Montgomery - From Specialist Care to Specialist Treatment: A History of Muckamore Abbey Hospital

Pages: 208, Paperback, Ulster Historical Foundation

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Ulster Historical Foundation John McKenna - A Beleaguered Station: the Memoir of Head Constable John McKenna, 1891-1921 Ulster Historical Foundation John McKenna - A Beleaguered Station: the Memoir of Head Constable John McKenna, 1891-1921

This memoir offers a unique insight into troubled times in Northern Ireland in the period leading up to partition. Prompted by a sectarian attack on pilgrims processing to a boat in Larne which would take them to the Eucharistic Congress in Dublin, a retired RIC Head Constable looks back on his 31 years service. For McKenna the attack in the summer of 1932 represents the culmination of years of injustice perpetrated by a unionist hierarchy within the pre-partition RIC in Ulster and in post-partition northern society in general. He believed the RIC hierarchy's supine attitude towards Ulster loyalism was characterised, around the time of partition, by the 'B' Specials being given an apparently free hand in Co. Tyrone - committing injustices without fear of being brought to account. The memoir provides a contrast between relatively idyllic service in Galway and the harshness of northern political realities. This is reinforced by the personal happiness McKenna enjoyed in the west where he met his wife, contrasted with the tragedy of the untimely deaths of three of his young children while serving in Ulster. A man of his time, Head Constable McKenna's voice deserves to be heard today and his story is relevant to understanding Northern Ireland's political and policing problems in the present. Cross-community support for a local police force was lacking in 1920-21 and the events in the memoir point up how essential consensus is in any divided society, past or present.

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Ulster Historical Foundation William J. Roulston - Researching Scots-Irish Ancestors: The Essential Genealogical Guide to Early Modern Ulster, 1600-1800 Ulster Historical Foundation William J. Roulston - Researching Scots-Irish Ancestors: The Essential Genealogical Guide to Early Modern Ulster, 1600-1800

For genealogoists, the most critical period in their family links to Ulster, up to 1800, had always proved so elusive. Not any more as this book cn claim to be the most comprehensive guide for family historians searching for ancestors in 17th & 18th century Ulster.

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Ulster Historical Foundation Eamon Phoenix - Feis Na Ngleann: Gaelic Culture in Antrim Glens Ulster Historical Foundation Eamon Phoenix - Feis Na Ngleann: Gaelic Culture in Antrim Glens

The Glens of Antrim formed one of the last Irish-speaking areas of Ulster until the early 1900s. Until the opening of the Antrim coast road in the 1850s Irish was universally spoken in the Glens and on Rathlin. The turn of the nineteenth century saw the Gaelic Revival which in the north of Ireland involved both Unionists and Nationalists in an effort to preserve Irish as a spoken language. It was against this background of cultural renaissance that Feis na nGleann ('The Glens Feis') was founded in 1904 as the first Gaelic cultural festival in east Ulster. That inaugural Feis harnessed the talents of the Glens folk and a group of leading 'Big House' figures in the locality, among them Miss Rose Young of Galgorm Castle - a member of a leading Ballymena Unionist dynasty - Miss Ada McNeill of Cushendun and Miss Margaret Dobbs. Others included Sir Roger Casement, then a recent convert to Irish nationalism, Eoin MacNeill, Glensman and language revivalist, Francis Joseph Bigger, lawyer and antiquarian, John 'Benmore' Clarke and Joseph Campbell, the Belfast poet. This book traces the origins of Feis na nGleann in that 'crease in time' between Parnell and the 1916 Rising. In a series of scholarly chapters, experts profile the historic founders of the Feis and record the history of Irish in the district. There are special sections on the traditional arts and crafts fostered by the Feis, the once famous Glens toy-making industry, the role of hurling and the rich literary legacy of the Feiseanna. The book is lavishly illustrated with unique contemporary photographs. The result is attractive and readable volume which will appeal to all those interested in the history and culture of the Glens and the fortunes of the Irish language in the north of Ireland.

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