Irish Historic Maps and Mapping

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  1. 9781911479789
    Seamus O Maitiu
    Irish Historic Towns Atlas:  Dublin Suburbs No.2
  2. If Maps Could Speak
    Richard Kirwan
    Special Price €8.99 Regular Price €17.99
    If Maps Could Speak is an engaging combination of memoir, history and stories about people and places. 
  3. Drogheda c. 1180 to c. 1900: from fortified boroughs to industrial port town
    Ned McHugh
    This map offers a new perspective on the historic town of Drogheda. Over 200 sites and streets covering 700 years have been plotted in colour onto a modern Ordnance Survey map.
  4. Clontarf Irish Historic Towns Atlas: Dublin Suburbs
    Professor Colm Lennon
    The Irish Historic Towns Atlas (IHTA) is producing a Dublin suburbs series of atlases in collaboration with Dublin City Council. The first five suburbs to be completed in this scheme will be Clontarf by Colm Lennon, Rathmines by Seamus O Maitiu, Drumcondra by Ruth McManus, Inchicore/Kilmainham by Frank Cullen and Ringsend/Sandymount by Jacinta
  5. Dublin 1847: city of the Ordnance Survey
    Dr Frank Cullen , Foreword by Professor J.H. Andrews
    The Ordnance Survey's large-scale town plans for Dublin (1847) are the focus of this book. Forty-five extracts from these richly detailed maps depict the streets, lanes, buildings, gardens, yards and parks of the city with precision, to the extent that individual houses (with numbers), pumps, lamp posts and trees are shown.
  6. Dungarvan : Irish Historic Towns Atlas, no. 30
    John Martin
    The vibrant market town of Dungarvan, Co. Waterford, with its striking topography, is the subject of the latest addition to the Irish Historic Towns Atlas series.
  7. Civilizing Ireland: Ordnance Survey 1824-1842
    Stiofan O Cadhla
    A unique contemporary analysis of the huge imperial mapping project of the British Government in nineteenth century Ireland, which describes as well as re-interprets the value of science and modernity as practiced by the British empire.
  8. Mullingar
    J.H. Andrews
    Number 5 in the Irish Historic Towns Atlas series, Mullingar traces the history of this Anglo-Norman town through its cartographic and primary sources from earliest times to c. 1900.
  9. Kells
    Anngret Simms
    Number 4 in the Irish Historic Towns Atlas series, Kells illustrates the topographical development of this monastic town from earliest times to c. 1900.
  10. Carrickfergus
    Philip Robinson, J.H. Andrews, Anngret Simms
    Number 2 in the Irish Historic Towns Atlas series assembles towns of the Irish Historic Towns Atlas, Carrickfergus illustrates the development of the Northern Irish town in County Antrim by tracing the histories of c. 250 sites in the town.
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