COISEANNA. JOURNAL OF CLANE LOCAL HISTORY GROUP 2021

by ehistoryadmin on November 22, 2021

COISEANNA. JOURNAL OF CLANE LOCAL HISTORY GROUP 2021

UPDATED CONTENTS LIST

The Clane Local History Group have produced ten volumes since 2012 of their excellent journal Coiseanna. A summary listing of the articles and authors in each volume has been typed up by students Daniel Rafferty and Tom Creighton and is available to view here:

Listing for Coiseanna – The Journal of Clane Local History Group (2012-2020)

This journal has produced a wide range of excellent interesting articles on various aspects of the history of Clane and further afield. This listing may be of benefit to students, local historians and the general public who are trying to track down information on particular topics.

Copies of each volume can also be accessed through the Local Studies Section of Kildare Library Service and are also available in branch libraries in County Kildare including Clane. Our thanks to Daniel Rafferty and Tom Creighton for typing up this material for Local Studies.

Coiseanna 2021

Contents

The Architecture of the Church of St Patrick and St Brigid by Andrew Tierney

The West Cross Monasterboice by Brendan Cullen

The History of Clane Men’s Shed by Ted Murray

Rev. Thomas Kelly and the Kellyites by Frank Taaffe

Mick Sammon (1892-1947) by John Noonan

Childhood Years Beside Naas Canal by Seamus Moore

Dame Ninette de Valois by Paul Tyrell

General Thomas Francis Meagher by Jim Heffernan

President Michael D Higgins launches ‘Hidden Gems and Forgotten People’ Project by Larry Breen

A Visitor to Clane During the Great Famine by Ciaran Reilly

Lough Neagh Mythology by Jimmy Conway

Louisa Conolly of Castletown Henry Bauress

Ballymore Eustace Woolen Mills by Larry Breen

Revisiting the Holy Wells of Clane by Lorcan Harney and Stephen Morrin

The Local History Federation on Tour by Larry Breen

What it Said in the Papers for Clane in 1921 by Liam Kenny

Miscellany

 

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