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Taylor Swift By Lauren Antrim
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Ballycastle 1954 - County Antrim By Clachan Publishing
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A charming piece of local history memorabilia. This reprint conjures up the Ballycastle and other scenic locations in North Antrim as they were in the 1950s through descriptive accounts, photos and... More > advertisements. The surrounding areas of Glenshesk, Fairhead, Bunamargy, Armoy and Rathlin Island are described as well as other ancient landmarks. Of course no publication on Ballycastle would be complete without a section of the Lammas Fair.< Less
Songs of the Glens of Antrim By Moira O'Neill
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The poems in "Songs of The Glens of Antrim" by Moiré O’Neill, were, in her own words, written ‘by a Glens woman in the dialect of the Glens, and chiefly for the pleasure... More > of other Glens-people’. They conjure up a world now gone and also places that have remained, and are now enriched by the memories of by-gone people and times.< Less
Travel Journal Antrim By E Locken
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Travel Journal Antrim - Keep a diary of your holiday / vacation to Antrim, Northern Ireland. Includes diary, budget planner, activity planner, packing checklist and other useful aids to help you... More > record and remember every aspect of your trip.< Less
Highways and Byways In Donegal and Antrim By Stephen Gwynn
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If you take this ebook with you as you travel around Donegal and the Glens of Antrim you will find that you journey not only over land, but also over time. More than just about anywhere else, the... More > landscapes of Ireland evoke the past. Viewing Donegal and the Antrim Glens through the lens of history enhances and gives resonance to every valley, mountain and ancient building. Stephen Gwynn, who spent his childhood in Donegal and later became a prominent member of the Irish Parliamentary Party, travelled these counties on a bicycle, enabling him to take a close-up view of the townlands, rivers, lakes and historic sites he visited. His loving interest in the history of these places brings his accounts to life, revealing as they do, the hidden stories and associations behind the evocative exterior of the land.< Less
Highways and Byways in Donegal and Antrim By Stephen Gwynn
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If you take this book with you as you travel around Donegal and the Glens of Antrim you will find that you journey not only over land, but also over time. More than just about anywhere else, the... More > landscapes of Ireland evoke the past. Viewing Donegal and the Antrim Glens through the lens of history enhances and gives resonance to every valley, mountain and ancient building. Stephen Gwynn, who spent his childhood in Donegal and later became a prominent member of the Irish Parliamentary Party, travelled these counties on a bicycle, enabling him to take a close-up view of the townlands, rivers, lakes and historic sites he visited. His loving interest in the history of these places brings his accounts to life, revealing as they do, the hidden stories and associations behind the evocative exterior of the land.< Less
Highways and Byways in Donegal and Antrim - Part Two - Derry & Co. Antrim By Stephen Gwynn
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Stephen Glynn travelled through Donegal and Co. Antrim on a bicycle. This is an account of that part of his trip from Derry to the Giant’s Causeway and through the Glens of Antrim. The account... More > is over one hundred years old now but the ancient Ireland he wrote of had left impressions on the land which are still discernible today. His interest in the history of the people and places he visited allows us to get a glimpse of the hidden stories and associations behind the evocative exterior of the land before they vanish into the mists of time. Read Stephen Gwynne’s account as you travel the highways and byways of the Antrim coast and they will resonate with echoes from the past and be infused with new associations and meanings.< Less
Highways and Byways in Donegal and Antrim - Part One - Donegal By Stephen Gwynn
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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... More > 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.< Less
With the Ulster Division in France A Story of the 11th Battalion Royal Irish Rifles (South Antrim Volunteers), From Bordon to Thiepval. By Arthur Purefoy Irwin Samuels
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Walking on Water By Maire Liberace
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This is a collection of poems celebrating Ireland, especially North Antrim. Maire has grown up with a love and regard for its history, its legends, literature and poetry. All have been embedded in ... More > the marrow of her bones and this is reflected in a deep love for the country she grew up in. And it is of these places and its people that she mainly writes. Especially Ballycastle and its environs. The people, the landscapes and, in particular, the sea always have been and still are the sources of her inspiration. Among these, Murlough Bay remains the place of her dreams and fondest memories. Many of her poems are imbued with a deep and original reflectiveness which seems to emerge from the landscape that inspired them.< Less