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Travel Journal Waterford By E Locken
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Travel Journal Waterford - Keep a diary of your holiday / vacation to Waterford, Ireland. Includes diary, budget planner, activity planner, packing checklist and other useful aids to help you record... More > and remember every aspect of your trip.< Less
21st Century Homestead: Urban Agriculture By Douglas Waterford
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21st Century Homestead: Urban Agriculture contains everything you need to stay up to date on urban agriculture
Trevor Waterford and The Adventure of The Barefoot Runner By C.C. Williamsen
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Trevor Waterford learned the methods of Sherlock Holmes in previous adventures. Now, on his own, a mystery involving a strange code and symbol leads him to Minneapolis in 1907. A year later, that... More > mystery comes to a conclusion.< Less
WHRRI Family Recipes By Lynda Beauregard
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Recipe collection from Waterford Hills Road Racing, celebrating 50 years of racing and fun!
WHRRI Family Recipes By Lynda Beauregard
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Recipe collection from Waterford Hills Road Racing, celebrating 50 years of racing and fun!
Travels in Ireland – Part 2 By Johann Georg Kohl
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JG Kohl's account of Ireland in 1844 gives us a glimpse of the years after Catholic Emancipation and before the Irish Famine. His journey took him through the four provinces. Part Two takes him to... More > Tarbet, Tralee, Killarney, Bantry, Cork, Kilkenny and Waterford. As a German traveller he makes insightful comparisons, not only with the British mainland, but with other parts of Europe. He visits isolated settlements, hedge schools, Killarney and meets the gentry, traders, fisherman and small farmers along the way. He comments on their struggles, lifestyles, habits, transport and customs. He examines the development of food processing in Cork and the export trade of Waterford. He revels in the beauty of the rivers that flow into the southern harbours of Ireland and discusses at length three great Irish passions of the time – horse racing, temperance and repeal. A wonderful resource for local historians and those of Irish descent who want to know how their ancestors lived. Footnotes and an index have been added.< Less
Liams Monsters By Liam Hogan
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Six-year-old Liam Hogan has created a book for his 100 Day school project. "Hogan's Guide to the Monsters of Waterford" is an indispensable primer on the fantastic creatures that populate... More > this town as seen through the lens of the young author. Every purchase, Download or Book, will generate $1.00 for cancer research in memory of Inger Erickson.< Less
Liams Monsters By Liam Hogan
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Six-year-old Liam Hogan has created a book for his 100 Day school project. "Hogan's Guide to the Monsters of Waterford" is an indispensable primer on the fantastic creatures that populate... More > this town as seen through the lens of the young author. Every purchase, Download or Book, will generate $1.00 for cancer research in memory of Inger Erickson.< Less
A Journey throughout Ireland, During the Spring, Summer and Autumn of 1834 By Henry D. Inglis, Henry D. Inglis
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This is an important source for historians of 19th century Ireland, and is of particular interest to those exploring local history and their family background. Asking the question, ‘is Ireland... More > an improving Country?’ Inglis travelled the country meeting landlords and tenants, drawing upon his background in commerce to observe the realities of everyday life. He offers insights into the conditions that prevailed after Catholic emancipation in the period between the European Napoleonic Wars and the Great Famine, and the religious attitudes and tensions that have divided Ireland over the centuries. His analysis informed much of the debate about Ireland in the Westminster House of Commons, during parliamentary debates in 1835. His observations clearly reflect his own attitudes and beliefs. Yet, they are grounded in what he observed first-hand making this books a very significant resource for genealogists and family and local historians. Index and footnotes added.< Less
A Journey throughout Ireland, During the Spring, Summer and Autumn of 1834 By Henry D. Inglis
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This is an important source for historians of 19th century Ireland, and is of particular interest to those exploring local history and their family background. Asking the question, ‘is Ireland... More > an improving Country?’ Inglis travelled the country meeting landlords and tenants, drawing upon his background in commerce to observe the realities of everyday life. He offers insights into the conditions that prevailed after Catholic emancipation in the period between the European Napoleonic Wars and the Great Famine, and the religious attitudes and tensions that have divided Ireland over the centuries. His analysis informed much of the debate about Ireland in the Westminster House of Commons, during parliamentary debates in 1835. His observations clearly reflect his own attitudes and beliefs. Yet, they are grounded in what he observed first-hand making this books a very significant resource for genealogists and family and local historians. Index and footnotes added.< Less