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Folk & farm : essays in honour of A.T. Lucas

Author: Kevin Dancher; A T Lucas
Publisher: Dublin : Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland, ©1976.
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Folk & farm.
Dublin : Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland, ©1976
(OCoLC)568744036
Named Person: A T Lucas; A T Lucas; A T Lucas
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kevin Dancher; A T Lucas
OCLC Number: 2913505
Notes: "The published work of A.T. Lucas, compiled by Etienne Rynne": p. 9-14.
Description: 277 pages, [31] leaves of plates : illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents: Delaney, J. Fieldwork in South Roscommon.--Evans, E.E. Some problems of Irish ethnology : the example of ploughing by the tail.--Fenton, A. The light and improved Scots plough and its team.--Gailey, A. Some developments and adaptations of traditional house types.--Granlund, J. Coumeenoole, Dunquin and other townlands.--Hävernick, W. The ghost in the coffin.--Jenkins, J.G. the coracle as a fishing craft in Welsh rivers.--Lerche, G. The spades from Dannevirke and Jelling.--McCutcheon, W.A. The stationary steam engine in Ulster.--Newall, v. The Kum : some notes on a Balkan custom.--O'Kelly, M.J. Plough pebbles from the Boyne Valley.--O'Neill, t. P. Irish trade banners.--Súilleabháin, S. Ó. Beneath the Poulaphouca Reservoir.--O'Sullivan, J.C. The tools and trade of the tinker.--Owen, t. M. The ethnological study of food in Wales.--Peate, I.C. Some thoughts on the study of folk life.--Raferty, J. Things and people.--Rasmussen, H. The magic horse bone.--Roe, H.M. The cult of St. Michael in Ireland.--Steensberg, A. Virgil's wheel-ard and the two mouldstrokers.--Thompson, G.B. Drawings of an Irish wheel car.
Responsibility: edited by Caoimhín Ó Danachair.

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