Inishowen: Its History, Traditions, and Antiquities. Containing a number of original documents hitherto unpublished, procured from the State Paper Office, continental libraries, and private collections, with numerous notes from the 'Annals of the Four Masters', and other sources. Carndonagh, Co.

Donegal. Published by: M. Harkin, sold only by P.H. Doherty, Corner House, . 1935. Hardcover. 12mo, 18cm, 2nd edition, viii,( 2) 227p., appendix, cancel title page, in the original green cloth, spine and cover titles stamped in black, endpapers foxed else a fine copy (gar) ~ "When it was first published in 1867, ancient customs and traditions ere dying in Inishowen as English began to oust the native tongue. The author (Michael Harkin, born 1830), was keenly aware the changes taking place under his eyes and he determined to record and thus rescue from oblivion, legends and traditions which were fast disappearing." Intro. By F. Convery. The book contains a number of unpublished documents, procured from the state paper office, continental libraries, and private collections, with numerous notes from the Annals of the Four Masters and other sources. Item #35438

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