Abstract: Story collected by Eileen Quinlan, a student at Newtownanner, Cluain Meala school (Newtownanner Demesne, Co. Tipperary) from informant Patrick Quinlan.
School Newtownanner, Cluain Meala [Vol. 0568, Chapter 0003]
Boat Types [duchas:4864497]
There are many different kinds of boat. People fish on the Suir in cots. A cot is a small boat. In a cot there are three seats, one little seat and two big ones. The little seat is called a "Cuitíní". They pull the cot up the river and they fish down. There are also other boats called ships. Ships carry people across the sea to foreign lands. A ship is a very big boat. Eileen Quinlan, Bawnard, Clonmel My father Patrick Quinlan told me this story
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