Monday, 3 February, 2020
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Tulla Reaching Out recently launched their 2019 publication edition of "Reflections from Home and Abroad".  This publication is the 4th publication to come from this group in as many years.  

 

The journal contains a number of interesting articles as well as photographs.  

For enquiries about ordering this book, please email the committee at:  tulla@irelandxo.com.  Books are €15 each and they can be posted abroad.  

Books are also available for sale locally in Tulla at:  Cooney's Home and Hardware, Tulla Pharmacy, and An Bia Follain.  The Ennis Bookshop in Ennis, County Clare has a limited number of copies.  

Reflections from Home and Abroad 2019

The journal contains a number of interesting articles including:  

The Tulla Workhouse School

Mass Rock at Clonlea

Tulla Market Charter & 400th Anniversary

Wilful Murder by Persons Unknown

Terence Hynes of Iragh O'Callaghan's Mills & Waterloo, Australia

The Church of Ireland Window 

St. Mochulla Extracts from the Schools' Folklore Collection

Tulla 1900-2019

Bratach Carrahan (Carrahan Flag)

I Was the Very Youngest Who Was at That Commemoration - Pat O'Halloran in the 1930s

Toia Lee Bell, Maori Wife of Martin Lee, a Tulla Native

Archaeo-Astronomy:  Passage Tombs to Wedge Tombs

Logainmneacha (Place Names)

Paidreacha (Prayers)

Tenant Right Meeting at 7 February 1855 


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