North Antrim and The Glens
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North Antrim and The Glens the sixteenth century by A. Devers

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Published by Area Resource Centre in Antrim .
Written in English

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Edition Notes

StatementA. Devers et. al..
The Physical Object
Pagination81p. ;
Number of Pages81
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17366458M

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North Antrim: Seven Towers to Nine Glens This book is in very good condition and will be shipped within 24 hours of ordering. The cover may have some limited signs of wear but the pages are clean, intact and the spine remains undamaged. This book has . The Glynns Journal of The Glens of Antrim Historical Society Vol 17 by Glens of Antrim Historical Society: and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The coastline, glens and upland plateau have been the focus of many industries, including coal and iron mining, limestone quarrying, agriculture and fishing, textile manufacture, salt making and. The Nine Glens: A personal look at the history, folklore and poetry of the nine glens of Antrim.

This book was published through a collaborative project called The Heart of The Glens Landscape Partnership (HoGLPS), which has been kindly funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund and managed through Causeway Coast and Glens Heritage Trust.   Northern Ireland’s treasure, the Glens of Antrim, is a region of County Antrim located on the north coast of the Emerald Isle. The Glens comprise nine valleys that were carved out by receding glaciers during the Ice Age. They stretch over some 80km of shoreline, encompassing grasslands, forests, peat bogs, mountain uplands, churches, cottages and. the glens of antrim historical society’s information centre Noreen Delargy & Josephine McCallin May the Society set up an information centre: list of some of the books available, information from local school registers, catalogue of gravestones from old Layde graveyard.   If you could get hold of a copy of "An historical Account of the MacDonnells of Antrim" by the Rev George Hill, I think you would find it interesting. It was originally published in , reprinted by the Glens of Antreim Historical Society in , but now out of print. You could probably get a copy through a library. All the best.

M’Cahan’s local histories:a series of pamphlets on north Antrim and the Glens () /compiled by Cahal Dalat Cushendall:Glens of Antrim Historical Society, McDonnell, Hector, Between city and coast, Antrim also offers up a fine road trip in the shape of a meander through the Glens of Antrim. The nine, deeply carved glens are spread within 20 square miles of the Antrim Coast Road and offer the chance to see not just glacial valleys, but sandy beaches, vertical cliffs and waterfalls, interspersed with ancient cultural. The 9 Glens of Antrim offer plenty of ‘Craic’. Cushendall, known as the capital of the Nine Glens is a lively centre with Pubs offering great food, a cold pint, music, dancing and plenty of craic. Just north again and you’ll find Cushendun a preserved village famed for its Cornish villages by the National Trust. The Glens of Antrim, known locally as simply The Glens, is a region of County Antrim, Northern comprises nine glens (valleys), that radiate from the Antrim Plateau to the coast. The Glens are an area of outstanding natural beauty and are a major tourist attraction in north Antrim.. The main towns and villages in the Glens are Ballycastle, Cushendun, Cushendall, Waterfoot, Carnlough.