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  1. County Donegal: Through the Ages
    John Jude Devenney
    €24.99
    John Jude Devenney, local historian and school master, captures perfectly the spirit of his native County Donegal with true stories, lesser-known legends and fascinating anecdotes from long ago in this easy to read history.
  2. North Dublin City And Environs
    Dillon Cosgrave
    Special Price €6.99 Regular Price €21.99
    Explores the Dublin of the early 1900s. The narrative stretches from Church Street out to Howth by way of Clontarf, Fairview, Marino and the Phoenix Park. The author displays an impressive knowledge of the people, places and happenings of the city, and its surroundings. Num Pages: 128 pages.
  3. The People with No Name: Ireland's Ulster Scots, America's Scots Irish, and the Creation of a British Atlantic World, 1689-1764.
    Patrick Griffin
    Special Price €27.99 Regular Price €32.99
    More than 100,000 Ulster Presbyterians of Scottish origin migrated to the American colonies in the six decades prior to the American Revolution, the largest movement of any group from the British Isles to British North America in the eighteenth century.
  4. Clergy of Ossory: Biographical Succession Lists
    D. W. T. Crooks
    Special Price €40.00 Regular Price €65.00
  5. The Black & Tans, 1920-1921: A complete alphabetical list, short history and genealogical guide
    Jim Herlihy
    €29.95
    This book lists alphabetically, every individual member of these three distinct groups who was liable to be called a 'Black and Tan.'
  6. The Black & Tans, 1920-1921: A complete alphabetical list, short history and genealogical guide
    Jim Herlihy
    €50.00
    This book lists alphabetically, every individual member of these three distinct groups who was liable to be called a 'Black and Tan.'
  7. Dublin : The Making of a Capital City
    Dr David Dickson
    €25.00
    Dublin has many histories: for a thousand years a modest urban settlement on the quiet waters of the Irish Sea, for the last four hundred it has experienced great - and often astonishing - change. Once a fulcrum of English power in Ireland, it was also the location for the 1916 insurrection that began the rapid imperial retreat.
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