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Ireland S County High Points

Author : Kieron Gribbon
ISBN : 9781848899629
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Whether a leisurely rambler or a serious hill walker, there’s a good chance you’ve visited or plan to visit at least one of Ireland’s County High Points. While this special set of Irish hills and mountains continues to attract more visitors each year, they’ve never had a walking guidebook exclusively devoted to them. Ireland’s County High Points – A Walking Guide explains everything you need to know as a walker before setting out on your County High Point quests. Each county-focused chapter contains a brief county profile and detailed walking route descriptions accompanied by easy-to-read maps. Also featured are various challenge options based on County High Points. This definitive guide is based on detailed desk-study investigation combined with on-site research, and dispels any commonly believed myths that may have previously lingered over certain County Top and County Peak locations. • Detailed route instructions and maps in practical format • Other Walking Guides also available: Carrauntohil & MacGillycuddy’s Reeks by Jim Ryan; The Burren and the Aran Islands by Tony Kirby; Northern Ireland by Helen Fairbairn. For a complete list of walking guides available from The Collins Press, see
Category: Sports & Recreation

The Ordnance Survey Ireland Puzzle Book

Author : Ordnance Survey Ireland
ISBN : 9781529311198
Genre : Games & Activities
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Can you guess the nine counties the Wild Atlantic Way passes through? Would you be able to identify on the map the highest point in the Burren? Or work out the distance from one point to another as the crow flies? With forty maps and hundreds of puzzles ranging from Easy to Challenging, the Ordnance Survey Ireland Puzzle Book is guaranteed to test your wits, put your friends and family through their paces and cause plenty of good-natured arguments along the way. With questions covering the island of Ireland - from Cork to Dublin, Waterford to Belfast - this unique puzzle book will get your brain fired up and reacquaint you with Ireland's coastlines, rivers, lakes, valleys and mountain ranges, while you rediscover the joy of maps. A fun-filled book jam-packed with facts, general knowledge questions and brain-teasers - enjoyment for all the family.
Category: Games & Activities

Ireland Guide

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ISBN : 0717128873
Genre : Travel
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Category: Travel

The Descendants Of Alexander Kerr Of Tyrone County Northern Ireland

Author : Hope Willard Davis
ISBN : WISC:89061950341
Genre : Ireland
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Alexander Kerr was born in Ireland. He had two sons, Nathanial and John. Nathanial came to America where he married but they had no children. The sons of John later came to America where they settled in North Carolina. Their descendants are included in this volume tracing their settlement in North Carolina, and elsewhere in the central United States.
Category: Ireland

Culbertson Family County Tyrone Ireland To Campbell Kenton County Kentucky United States Of America

Author : Stephen C. Culbertson
ISBN : WISC:89084919968
Genre : Irish Americans
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James Culbertson was born in Ireland. He married Jane and they had eight children. James died in about 1812 while crossing the Atlantic with his family. Jane and the children may have settled first in Pennsylvania and then joined family in Kentucky. Descendants and relatives lived mainly in Kentucky, Indiana, Wisconsin, Nebraska, Arizona and California.
Category: Irish Americans

The Fitzgeralds Of County Waterford Ireland

Author : Mary T. Donahue O'Connor
ISBN : WISC:89066139585
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The FitzGerald family arrived in Ireland at the time of the Norman invasion and eventually became one of the most powerful families on that island. Maurice Fitzgerald (1790-1870?) of County Waterford descended from this illustrious family. In 1824 he married Mary Carey (1800-1880?) who was also of Ring, County Waterford. The Carey family was also an old Norman family which had originally gone by the name of Carew. Maurice and Mary were the parents of nine children. In the early 1850s they immigrated to America and settled in Wisconsin. Descendants live in Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa and other parts of the United States.

Georgina Campbell S Ireland

Author : Georgina Campbell
ISBN : 1903164168
Genre : Travel
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* New (3rd) edition of the definitive guide to the best places to eat, drink and stay in Dublin city and county.* Independently assessed - recommendations selected solely on merit. Establishments may not pay for inclusion or advertise in the guide.* Unique range of contents - provides comprehensive independent recommendations for both business and leisure travellers. * Completely re-assessed with new selections for this edition * The only guide to address the needs of business travellers.* Wide range of categories: hotels, restaurants, cafes, pubs, guesthouses. Best choices for all occasions and budgets.* Easy to use - organised by postal district * Specially commissioned features on Dublin city and Dublin life set recommendations in context * Maps with postal districts shown * Author/editor has long experience in Ireland as a food and travel writer. * High quality production.* Handy pocket guide - compact format ideal for tourist market
Category: Travel

Prejudice In Ireland Revisited

Author : Mícheál Mac Gréil
ISBN : STANFORD:36105021362863
Genre : Attitude (Psychology)
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Great Walls And Linear Barriers

Author : Peter Spring
ISBN : 9781473853843
Genre : History
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Everyone has heard of the Great Wall of China and knows of Hadrian's Wall and the other barriers lining stretches of Rome's imperial frontiers. But Peter Spring's original new study demonstrates that far from being exceptional, the building of walls and other linear defences was commonplace among the peoples and states of pre-modern era. He finds examples virtually all across the globe and analyses their forms and strategic functions. He finds patterns for their distribution, an important recurrent theme being the divide between settled agriculture and nomads. The author argues that it is mistaken to view such undertakings as necessarily purely defensive measures that might be evidence of insecurity or a 'maginot line mentality', as they were in fact often about aggressive assertion of control over a region or strategic routes. This original and thought-provoking study brings new light and insight to a fascinating and neglected aspect of human political and military history. It The clear text is supported by numerous, specially drawn maps and photographs.
Category: History