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County Tyrone

County History & Society Series

Interdisciplinary essays on the History of an Irish County

County Tyrone: History & Society front cover

William Nolan, Henry A. Jefferies (Ed.)
(2000)

900 pp, over 100 illustrations
ISBN 0 906602 71 8
Hardback
Price: €60.00

[ out of print]

Description
This is the fourteenth volume in the Irish County History series.
This is the most comprehensive interdisciplinary study ever undertaken on Tyrone. Archaeologists, medievalists, Celtic scholars, geographers, placename scholars and historians of economics, culture and politics combine to provide an attractive account of this key region.

Features
Twenty-six original essays by distinguished scholars place Tyrone in its local, national and European contexts, ranging over a variety of themes dealing with the county and its territorial precursors from earliest to modern times.

Editors
Henry A. Jefferies
William Nolan is lecturer in Geography, University College Dublin

Readership
All interested in getting to know Ireland through its regions. Tyrone people at home and abroad. Suitable for both the academic and general reader

Format/Extent
228 x 152 mm, 900 pp, over 100 illustrations

  • Prehistoric Settlement In Tyrone
  • Clogher: An Archaeological Window In Early Medieval Tyrone And Mid Ulster
  • The Making Of Tír Néogain: Cenél Néogain And The Airgialla From
  • The Sixth To The Eleventh Centuries
  • The Early Church In Tyrone To The Twelfth Century
  • Late Medieval Tír Eoghain: The Kingdom Of 'The Great Ó Néill'
  • The Visitation Of The Parishes Of Armagh Inter Hibernicos In 1546
  • Hugh O'neill, Earl Of Tyrone C.1550-1616
  • The Ulster Plantation And Its Impact On The Settlement Pattern Of Co. Tyrone
  • The Ulster Plantation In The Manor Of Dunnalong, 1610-70
  • Style and Form In Gravestone And Monumental Sculpture In Co. Tyrone In The Seventeenth And Eighteenth Centuries
  • Cín Lae Uí Mhealláin, Friar O Meallan Journal
  • Tyrone's Gaelic Literary Legacy
  • The Population of County Tyrone, 1600-1991
  • From The Flight Of The Earls To The Famine: Tyrone's Migration History 1800 To 1845
  • The Knoxes Of Dungannon And The Irish Yeomanry
  • Place And Mentalité: The 'Big House' And Its Locality In County Tyrone
  • Society In The Clogher Valley C.1750-1900
  • William Carleton: Novelist Of The People
  • The Great Famine In County Tyrone
  • Catholicism In Nineteenth Century Tyrone
  • Expressions Of Faith: Protestantism In Nineteenth Century Tyrone
  • The Irish Language In Tyrone
  • On Lough Neagh's Shores
  • Landlordism And Unionism In Tyrone, 1885-1910
  • Nationalism In Tyrone, 1880-1972
  • A Select Bibliography Of County Tyrone

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