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Schools' Collection : County Cavan schools

Bailiúchán na Scol : Scoileanna Contae An Cabhán

Bailiúchán na Scol : Scoileanna Contae An Cabhán

Abstract: Bailiúchán na Scol, or The Schools’ Collection, is the result of a scheme initiated by the Irish Folklore Commission in collaboration with the Department of Education and the Irish National Teachers' Organisation. The scheme encouraged primary school children in the Irish Free State to collect and document folklore and local history. This collection contains chapters of material collected by County Cavan schools.

Each chapter contains a collection of stories from an individual school (or a particular class within a school). Each chapter has a title page giving the name of the school, the parish, the barony, the county and the teacher.

In collection The Schools' Collection

  1. Barran
  2. Kilduff
  3. Blacklion
  4. Gubaveeny
  5. Árd Móinín
  6. Tullybrack
  7. Bawnboy
  8. Currin
  9. Tomena
  10. Curratavy
  11. Munlough
  12. Killyrann
  13. Porturlan
  14. Derrynananta
  15. Tullycasson
  16. Corrabha (Curravagh)
  17. Alt an Chuilinn
  18. Coratillon
  19. Coratillon
  20. Tullyveela
  21. Ballyconnell (B.)
  22. Béal Átha Conaill (2)
  23. Béal Átha Conaill (C.)
  24. Swanlinbar
  25. Uragh (B.)
  26. Tiercahan
  27. Uragh (C.)
  28. Corcanidos
  29. Moher
  30. Kilcorby
  31. Derryvoney
  32. Drumkerl
  33. Greaghrahan
  34. Staghall
  35. Mercy Convent, Belturbet
  36. Belturbet (B)
  37. Mercy Convent
  38. Belturbet (B)
  39. Fairgreen
  40. Keeny
  41. Castleterra
  42. Ballyhaise (2)
  43. Ballyhaise
  44. Ballyhaise
  45. Coolboyoge
  46. Cavan (B.)
  47. Poor Clares' Convent, Cavan
  48. Cavan (1)
  49. Farnham
  50. Drumcrave
  51. Coill na Leac
  52. Killygarry
  53. Corlurgan
  54. Crubany
  55. Gartbratten
  56. Clonegonnell
  57. Druim Corr
  58. Dennmore
  59. Lacken
  60. Crosskeys
  61. Banahoe
  62. Árd-chill
  63. Denbawn
  64. Stravicnabo
  65. Killyconnan (B.)
  66. Killyconnan (C.)
  67. Knocknagilla
  68. Knocknagilla
  69. Termon
  70. Termon
  71. Derryham
  72. Laragh (B.)
  73. Laragh (C.)
  74. Stradone
  75. Tierlahood
  76. Raskall
  77. Killygorman
  78. Derrylane
  79. Killashandra
  80. Drumcrow
  81. Drumcoghill
  82. Portlongfield
  83. Corlis
  84. Coronea, Arva
  85. Ármhach (B.)
  86. Arva (C.)
  87. Killashandra (C.) Convent
  88. Killashandra (2.)
  89. Gowna
  90. Corratober
  91. Clonoose
  92. Kilcogy (B.)
  93. Coill Chogaidh
  94. Kilcogey (?)
  95. An Charraig
  96. Loughduff (C.)
  97. Loughduff (B.)
  98. Cloncovid
  99. Baile Mhic Aodha (Ballymachugh)
  100. Ballynarry
  101. Garrysallagh
  102. Aughaconey
  103. Drumkilly
  104. Drom an Mhadaidh
  105. Ballinagh (C.)
  106. Ballinagh (B.)
  107. Crossdoney
  108. Achadh Luachra
  109. Carrigans (B.)
  110. Carrigans (C.)
  111. Ballintemple
  112. Wateraghy
  113. Legaginny
  114. Drumbrade
  115. Kiffa
  116. Kiffa
  117. Kilderry
  118. Rassan
  119. Crosserlough
  120. Kilnaleck (B.)
  121. Kilnaleck (C.)
  122. Drumrora
  123. Aghakee
  124. Dungimmon
  125. Cormaddyduff
  126. Garryross
  127. Ramonan
  128. Barconey Robinson
  129. Ballyjamesduff Convent
  130. Ballyjamesduff Convent
  131. Ballyjamesduff (B.)
  132. Barconey Robinson
  133. Ryefield
  134. Cnoc an Teampaill
  135. Knocktemple (B.)
  136. Ballydurrow
  137. Headfort
  138. Carrigabruise
  139. Corr Riabhach
  140. Corr Riabhach
  141. Virginia (B)
  142. Virginia (C )
  143. Virginia (B)
  144. Virginia (C )
  145. Lattoon
  146. Lattoon
  147. Graughlough
  148. Mullagh (B)
  149. Mullagh (C )
  150. Cros Riabhach
  151. Ardlow
  152. Killeeter
  153. Finternagh
  154. Killeenkere
  155. Lisnagirl (1)
  156. Lisnagirl (2)
  157. Carrickgorman
  158. Long an Inbhair
  159. Billis
  160. Ballinamona
  161. Laragh
  162. Edenagully
  163. Kingscourt (B.)
  164. Kingscourt (C.)
  165. Cabra, Kingscourt
  166. Corlea
  167. Lisball
  168. Lisball
  169. Druim an Easbuig
  170. The Vale (An Gleann)
  171. Lear
  172. Bailieboro (Model)
  173. Bailieboro (C.)
  174. St. Anne's (C.)
  175. St. Anne's (B.)
  176. Glasleck
  177. Lecks
  178. Dhuish
  179. Shercock
  180. Shercock (2)
  181. Cullies
  182. Corlatty Carroll
  183. Greaghagarran
  184. Latsey
  185. Tunnyduff
  186. Cnoc Bríde (1)
  187. Knockbride (2)
  188. Beglieve
  189. Derrydamph
  190. Tunnyfoyle
  191. Garvagh
  192. Killyclare
  193. Cnapach
  194. Doire an Céise (C )
  195. Dernakesh (B)
  196. Doire na Céise (B)
  197. Darley
  198. Newgrove
  199. Cootehill (B)
  200. Mercy Convent, Cootehill
  201. Cohaw (B)
  202. Cohaw (C )
  203. Ashfield
  204. Doocarrick
  205. Benbawn
  206. Druim na dTréad
  207. Druim na dTréad
  208. Kill
  209. Cor an Chasáin
  210. Tullyvin
  211. Clifferna
  212. Clifferna
  213. Calfield
  214. Carrickallen
  215. Drong
  216. Drong (2)
  217. Lisboduff
  218. Machaire
  219. Bláithín Íosa, Lappin (?)
  220. Cornakill
  221. Lios Áirne
  222. Cill Uachtair
  223. Cloverhill
  224. Drumlaney
  225. Keelagh
  226. Shannow
Origin information
Cavan, Ireland
Date created:
Type of Resource
text
Physical description
226 chapters
vol. 0962-1025
Languages
Irish  English  
Subject
Folklore--Ireland--Cavan (County)
Location
University College Dublin. National Folklore Collection UCD
Location
https://doi.org/10.7925/drs1.ucdlib_46702
Suggested credit
Cavan County Schools, University College Dublin, National Folklore Collection UCD © University College Dublin. Digital content by Glenbeigh Records Management, published by UCD Library, University College Dublin <https://doi.org/10.7925/drs1.ucdlib_46702>
Record source
Metadata creation date: 2017-12-08 — Metadata created by Fiontar, Dublin City University, in collaboration with the National Folklore Collection UCD and UCD Library. Original Fiontar metadata converted into MODS by UCD Library. Initial EAD record derived from MODS.

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