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The Schools' Collection : Longford county schools

Bailiúchán na Scol : Scoileanna chontae na Longfort

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 Longford 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. Tashinny, Colehill
  2. Colehill (B.), Mullingar
  3. Colehill (C.), Mullingar
  4. Forgney, Ballymahon
  5. Kenagh, Longford
  6. Gurteen, Ballymahon
  7. Ballymahon (B.)
  8. Clochar na Trócaire, Baile Mathúna
  9. Mercy Convent, Baile Mathúna
  10. Fermoyle (B.), Lanesboro
  11. Lanesboro
  12. Lanesboro
  13. Fermoyle, Lanesboro
  14. Carnadough (B.), Newtowncashel
  15. Carnadough (C.), Newtowncashel
  16. Clonfide, Mullingar
  17. Ballycloghan, Ardagh
  18. Moydow, Longphort
  19. Cloontagh, Killashee
  20. Killashee, Longphort
  21. Clondra, Longphort
  22. Cluainteach
  23. Cluainteach
  24. Cluainteach (C.), Newtownforbes
  25. Garrowhill, Longford
  26. Mercy Convent, Newtownforbes
  27. Newtownforbes (B.)
  28. Lisnabo, Newtownforbes
  29. Melview, Longford
  30. Drumlish (B.)
  31. Drumlish (C.)
  32. Gaigue (B.), Ballinamuck
  33. Géag (C.), Baile na Muc
  34. Coillte Craobhacha, Drumlish
  35. Coillte Craobhacha, Baile na Muc
  36. Soran, Longford
  37. Corboy, Meathús Truim
  38. Dooroc, Drumlish
  39. Ennybegs, Longford
  40. Cullyfad, Longford
  41. Leggah, Moyne
  42. Edenmore, Ballinamuck
  43. Clonback, Aughnacliffe
  44. Rathmore, Aughnacliffe
  45. St Patrick's, Aughnacliffe
  46. St Columkille's, Aughnacliffe
  47. Dring, Granard
  48. St Columba's, Cloonagh, Granard
  49. Cluainín, Granard
  50. Mercy Convent, Granard
  51. Mercy Convent, Granard
  52. Granard (2)
  53. Granard (B.) (Muire Gan Smál)
  54. Achadh na Garron (Aughnagarron)
  55. Killasona, Granard
  56. Bunlahy, Granard
  57. Bunlahy, Granard
  58. Killeen, Granard
  59. Springtown, Granard
  60. Abbeylara
  61. Currycahill
  62. Clonbroney, Meathus Truim
  63. Lislea, Ballinalee
  64. Ballinalee
  65. Moyne (B.)
  66. Moyne (C.)
  67. Moyne (C.)
  68. Clochar na Trócaire, Longphort
  69. Mercy Convent, Longford
  70. St Michael's, Longford
  71. Longford
  72. Clonahard, Longford
  73. Stonepark, Longford
  74. Ardagh
  75. Loughill, Longford
  76. Gleann, Meathus Truim
  77. Lenamore, Rathowen
  78. Monedarragh, Mostrim
  79. Monedarragh, Mostrim
  80. Mostrim (B.)
  81. Clochar na Trócaire, Meathas Truim
Origin information
Longford, Ireland
Date created:
Type of resource
text
Physical description
81 chapters
vol. 0750-0770
Languages
Irish  English  
Subject
Folklore--Ireland--Longford (Ireland : County)
Location
University College Dublin. National Folklore Collection UCD
Location
https://doi.org/10.7925/drs1.ucdlib_46714
Suggested credit
Longford 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_46714>

Record source
Metadata creation date: 2017-02-24 — 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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