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County of Armagh - Social Life and Customs - Book List

NLI = National Library of Ireland, Dublin.
QUB = Queen's University, Belfast.

  • ---, The centenary story/County Armagh Golf Club, County Armagh Golf Club, Armagh, 1993 (NLI)
  • Adams, J.R.R., The Printed Word and the Common Man: Popular Culture in Ireland, 1700-1900, Institute of Irish Studies, Belfast, 1987
  • Ballard, Linda May, Forgetting Frolic: Marriage Traditions in Ireland, a co-publication with the Folklore Society, Institute of Irish Studies, Belfast [1998?]
  • Castleblayney Community Enterprises, Along the Black Pig's Dyke - Folklore from Monaghan and South Armagh, 1993 (NLI)
  • Close, Samuel Holt (1826?-1897), Diary of Samuel Holt Close, barrister of Dublin 1853 Dec. 01-1855 [re: Social life and customs -- 1851-1860; Drumbanagh] (NLI)
  • Gallagher, Eva, The boys from the County Armagh, coll. by Eva Gallagher, Glenside, Dublin, 1958 (NLI)
  • Holmes, Janice, and Diane Urquhart, eds., Coming into the Light: The Work, Politics and Religion of Women in Ulster 1840-1995, Institute of Irish Studies, Belfast, 1995
  • McCann, May, and Séamus Ó Sí­ocháin and Joseph Ruane, eds., Irish Travellers: Culture and Ethnicity, Institute of Irish Studies, Belfast, 1995
  • Mitchell, Gary, Tearing the loom and In a little world of their own, Nick Hern, London, 1998 (NLI, QUB)
  • Murray, Raymond, ed., The Armagh bullet thrower, (Cumann Seanchais Ard Mhrea], [c/o Rev. Raymond Murray, The Presbytery, Armagh, Co. Armagh, Northern Ireland], 1976 (NLI, QUB)
  • Nixon, John, Echoes at Droím Caírn: evocative accounts of road bowls in Armagh, Bolchumenn Na Meirleach, Armagh, 1996 (QUB)
  • Ó Cuinn, Cosslett, Papers of Cosslett Ó Cuinn, 1894-ca. 1941 (NLI)
  • O'Dowd, Mary, and Sabine Wichert, eds., Chattel, Servant or Citizen: Women's Status in Church, State and Society, Institute of Irish Studies, Belfast, 1995
  • O'Keefe, J. G., and Art Patrick O'Brien, A Handbook of Irish Dances, With an Essay on their Origin and History, 6th ed., Dublin, M. H. Gill & Son, ltd., Dublin, 1944
  • Paterson, T.G.F., Country cracks; old tales from the county of Armagh, collected by T.G.F. Paterson, W. Tempest, Dundalgan Press, Dundalk, 1939 (NLI)
  • Paterson, T.G.F., edited with an introduction by E. Estyn Evans, Harvest home: the last sheaf; a selection from the writings of T.G.F. Paterson relating to County Armagh, Armagh County Museum, T.G.F. Paterson Memorial Fund Committee, Armagh, 1975 (QUB)
  • Rafferty, Gerald, And the band played on - Sketches of Ulster life, Friar's Bush Press, Belfast, 1990 (NLI)
  • Short, Con and Peter Murray and Jimmy Smyth, Gaelic Athletic Association, Armagh County Board, Ard Mhacha 1884-1984: a century of GAA progress, Armagh County Board GAA, [Drumarg], 1985 (NLI, QUB)
  • Temperance Association, Armagh, Temperance Association, Annual Report, Newry, 1837 (NLI)