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Galway: Decade of Commemoration
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Sir Edward Carson is half a Galway man!
Carson, now gets a seat in the Coalition Cabinet
Captain Mellows and his Merry Men are Still on the Run
Prof. Steinberger, Salthill Tearooms & Ballinasloe Asylum,
Nabbed in the act of changing his socks
A Galway girl recounts the Rising
Belfast police in Galway
The insurrection fizzling out
Battle at Carnmore and man-o'-war in the bay
Sinn Fein Tactics - "They cannot expect to gain anything"
A letter from a wounded Tuam soldier
The Poltergeist of Indreabhán?
From the Papers 18 March 1916: The first lamb of the year and bee keeping in Roundstone
From the papers 11 March 1916:
From the Papers 04 March 1916: News from the Connaught Rangers 5th Battalion
From the papers 04 March 1916: Volunteers Interrupt Recruiting Band
From the Papers 29 February 1916: Troops for Galway
From the Paper 26 February 1916: The condition of crime in Galway and time for seed planting.
From the Papers 19 February 1916: Billiards in the Mechanics Institute & Peculiar Situation in Lettermore School
From the Papers 29 January 1916: Lord Lieutenant Opens Recruiting Conference
What the Papers Said
From the Papers 15 January 1916: Workhouse Entertainment
‘They cannot expect to gain anything...’
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