8861 Tipperary Historical Journal 2006. €15.00
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Excavation of Human Remains at Nenagh North, St Conlan's Road, Nenagh, Co. Tipperary by Tracy Collins and Linda G. Lynch 7
Cashel Antiquities Rediscovered – Standing Stones by Richard O'Brien 15
A Crozier Knop from County Tipperary: A Preliminary Note by Patrick Holland 24
Frontier Possibilities: A Re-evaluation of Anglo-Norman Archaeology within the Cantreds of Iffowyn and Offa by Róisin Burke 30
Parliamentary Representation for County Tipperary, 1560-1800 by Michael O'Donnell 43
Tipperary Material in Ossory Archives by Fearghus Ó Fearghail 63
‘Do Shláinte that Muir' le Liam Mac Peaircín 79
Hedge Schools and Others: A Note on Schools in the Parish of Kilmore and Ballinaclough in the First Half of the Nineteenth Century by Cáit Logue 82
The 1835 Clonmel Election: A Genealogical Source by Noreen Higgins 91
The Grubbs of Carrick-on-Suir by Michael Ahern 98
The Insurrection of 1848 by Brian J. Sayers 107
John Devoy’s correspondence with Mrs Florence D. White (Annie Kickham Cleary) concerning his biography of C.J. Kickham in 1927 by William Nolan 135
Thomas MacDonagh (1878-1916) and UCD by Declan Kiberd 144
Canon Arthur Ryan, the National Volunteers and Army Recruitment in Tipperary by Denis G. Marnane 150
The Early Gaelic League: A Bansha Connection by Diarmuid Breathnach and Máire Ní Mhurchú 174
Borstal In Clonmel: The Institution and its Inmates, 1906-1914 by Conor Reidy 179
Third Tipperary Brigade, Number Two Flying Column, January to June 1921 by Tony Patterson 189
Why was Tipperary so Active in the War of Independence? by Joost Augusteijn 207
Canon R.C. Patten by Robert MacCarthy 221
From Burncourt to Jarama by Brendan Ó Cathaoir 224
Origins of the Clonmel Municipal Art Gallery by Peter Jordan 227
Miscellaneous: 1920: Bloody Sunday by Marcus Bourke & Willie Gaynor 234
A New Beginning for Tipperary Studies 235
Book Reviews 237
Book Notices 256
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