Landscape & Heritage
Browse the links on the right hand side to find out about Ireland's landscape and heritage resources.
- Monaghan County Library Local Studies Collection
Archives | An Chomhairle Leabharlanna
- Dublinia & the Viking World
Culturenet | An Chomhairle Leabharlanna
Environment & Geography | ENFO
- The Flower of Maherally O
- Kildare County Local Studies Department
Archives | Other
Landscape & Heritage Map
Click on the map to find information on landscape and heritage in your county.
Baptismal Register 1860 for Co. Waterford parish.
Courtesy of Waterford City Library
Irish actor Brendan Gleeson in The Guard
Courtesy of Element Pictures
Postcard of Children in a Pony and Trap
A postcard of four children in a pony and trap, 1940s.
Swords Historical Society.
Boxing Room, Dunsinea, circa 1896
Late nineteenth-century photograph of the boxing room, where the candles were packed in preparation for delivery, at the Rathborne factory in Dunsinea.
Courtesy of The Lilliput Press, Dublin.
Courtesy of the Irish Wildlife Trust
ENFO Desktop Background: Horses in the snow
Inchavore River, County Wicklow
Pamphlet referring to the Dublin Strike, 1913 (Dublin City Library)
The Dublin Strike by 'A.E' (George W. Russell), A Plea for the workers: a speech delivered in the Royal Albert Hall, London, November 1, 1913, to an audience of 12,000 persons, published by the 'Irish Worker' Press, Liberty Hall, Dublin, 1913
© Dublin City Public Libraries
Ask about Ireland
eBook: Mac Rí na hEireann, Cuid 2
eBook: Mac Rí na hEireann, Cuid 1
eBook: The King of Ireland's Son, Part 2
eBook: Deirdre and Naoise
eBook: Cú Chulainn agus Emer
Mo Ghile Mear
Taylor, George, A History of the Rise, Progress and Suppression of the Rebellion in the County of Wexford in the Year 1798, Dublin: William Curry, Jun And Co. 1829
Borlase, Edmund, The History of the Irish Rebellion, Oli Nelson, 1743
The History Of The Irish Rebellion was written by Edmund Borlase in 1743 just over a century after the bloody Catholic rebellion of 1641 which was a contributing factor to the English Civil War and the conquest of Ireland by Oliver Cromwell. The rebellion was a key episode that led to the Protestant domination of Ireland until the 19th century.
Jourdain, Lt. Col H. F. N & Fraser, Edward, The Connaught Rangers, 2nd Battalion, Formerly 94th Foot, Vol II, London: Royal United Service Institution, 1926
The Connaught Rangers, 2nd Battalion, Formerly 94th Foot by Lt. Col. H. F. N Jourfain and Edward Fraser is a history of one of the most famous Irish units of the British Army from its Scottish origins in the late 16th century until its disbandment in 1922. The story of the Connaught Rangers includes much of the military history of Ireland and the British Empire. The regiment drew the majority of its recruits from across the west of Ireland.
History & Heritage | Galway County Library
National Energy Efficiency Action Plan
European Parliment Directive on the energy performance of buildings (2002)
213 Fifty Years of Concessions to Ireland 1831 1881 vol 2
201 Poems of Joseph Mary Plunkett