Title from cover.
|Statement||by J. E. McKenna.|
|Contributions||Catholic Truth Society of Ireland.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||40|
McKenna, J. E (James Edward), d. – Fermanagh and its princes / by J. E. McKenna. – Dublin: Catholic Truth Society of Ireland, McKenna, J. E, Canon. – Devenish . The Princes of Ireland is a hefty book, but inside its covers is basically the author's braindump of anything and everything to do with Irish history. Through the use of generational story /5. Fermanagh: Its Special Landscapes: A Study of Fermanagh Countryside and Its Heritage [Department of the Environment for Northern Ireland] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Fermanagh: Its Special Landscapes: A Study of Fermanagh Countryside and Its . In all, long-time Irish News correspondent McLaughlin interviewed 82 Erne natives for his book, which carries the subtitle of Fermanagh’s Finest. Among the GAA figures to talk are the legendary.
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