[Making a currach, Carrowroe, Co. Galway.] - UCD Digital Library

Making a currach, Carrowroe, Co. Galway.

In collection Folklore Photograph Collection

Origin information
An Cheathrú Rua, Co. na Gaillimhe (Éire) / Carrowroe, Co. Galway (Ireland) : Coimisiún Béaloideasa Éireann (CBÉ) / Irish Folklore Commission - Copyright
Date created:
Type of resource
still image
Physical description
1 photograph (image/tiff) — Digital origin: reformatted digital — Reformating quality: preservation
Note
096 I gCuimhne na nDaoine. Average condition.
Note
The long rowing currach, canoe or naomhóg is know along the west coast from Donegal to Kerry. It is built of laths and is covered with tarred canvas, although hide was originally used to cover it. Kathleen Price, the photographer, was a sister of Liam Praigheas who was one of the founder members of Commission.
Languages
English  
Genre
Photograph
Subject
Carrowroe (Galway, Ireland)
Commerce and Trade
Fishing Boats--Ireland
Currachs
Location
UCD School of Irish, Celtic Studies, Irish Folklore and Linguistics. National Folklore Collection UCD. Folklore Photograph Collection. C021.01.00120
Alternative view
[Naomhóg, Dunquin, Co. Kerry.]
Alternative view
[Naomhóg, Dunquin, Co. Kerry.]
Note
096 I gCuimhne na nDaoine. Average condition.
Note
The long rowing currach, canoe or naomhóg is know along the west coast from Donegal to Kerry. It is built of laths and is covered with tarred canvas, although hide was originally used to cover it. Kathleen Price, the photographer, was a sister of Liam Praigheas who was one of the founder members of Commission.

Record source
Prepared by IVRLA project staff, UCD Library, University College Dublin — Record identifier: uri:info:fedora/ivrla:10291

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Copyright of the original resource: © University College Dublin, National University of Ireland, Dublin. Copyright and reproduction rights for all items in this collection are held by University College Dublin and administered by the National Folklore Collection, University College Dublin, Newman Building, Belfield, Dublin 4, Ireland.