[Interview with Larry Fitzpatrick [Fisherman ?], Ringsend, Dublin. Collected by Séamus Sisk.] - UCD Digital Library
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Interview with Larry Fitzpatrick Fisherman ?, Ringsend, Dublin. Collected by Séamus Sisk.

In collection Urban Folklore Project (Dublin)

Origin information
Ringsend, Dublin 4, Ireland
Date created:
Type of Resource
sound recording-nonmusical
Physical description
1 sound recording (00:19:39) : digital — Reformating quality: preservation (audio/wav) — Digital origin: reformatted digital
Note
National Folklore Collection MS number: 1980:
Languages
English  
Table of Contents
Fishing with his friend and his brother (00:00:00) -- Seine nets, fishing on the banks (00:01:28) -- Fishing boat and fishing methods (00:02:00) -- Fishing in Dublin Bay off Monkstown "the Image Gardens", Sutton and Dollymount (00:06:55) -- Wrecks in Dublin Bay (00:07:57) -- Guano (00:09:24) -- Gouldings fertilizer company on the East Wall (00:10:46) -- Unloading guano (00:11:39) -- Lake on Ringsend strand , the "Cross Lake" (00:14:35) -- The Costellos, job was to open and shut the sluice gates for discharging the sewage into the river (00:15:24) -- "The Shamrock" sewage ship (00:16:33)
Genre
Interview   linked data (lctgm)
Subject
Ringsend (Dublin, Ireland)
Fishing--Dublin (Ireland)   linked data (lcsh)
Seining   linked data (lcsh)
Fishing boats   linked data (lcsh)
Shipwrecks--Dublin (Ireland)   linked data (lcsh)
Guano   linked data (lcsh)
Gouldings Fertilizer Company
Sewage disposal in rivers, lakes, etc--Dublin (Ireland)
Lakes--Ringsend (Ireland)   linked data (lcsh)
Interviews--Dublin (Ireland)   linked data (lcsh)
Location
UCD School of Irish, Celtic Studies, Irish Folklore and Linguistics. UCD Delargy Centre for Irish Folklore and the National Folklore Collection. Urban Folklore Project (Dublin). UFP0049
Note
National Folklore Collection MS number: 1980:

Record source
Metadata creation date: 2007-02-13

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