3 edition of Mapping Offaly in the early nineteenth century found in the catalog.
Mapping Offaly in the early nineteenth century
A. A. Horner
by Wordwell in association with the Offaly Historical and Archaeological Society and Offaly County Council in Bray, Co. Wicklow
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by Arnold Horner.|
|Contributions||Larkin, William, fl. 1802-1819., Offaly Historical & Archaeological Society., Offaly (Ireland). County Council.|
|LC Classifications||DA990.O3 H67 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 50, 24 p. :|
|Number of Pages||50|
|LC Control Number||2007405889|
Roscommon History and Society. Interdisciplinary essays on the history of an Irish County is the twenty-sixth volume in the History and Society series. This book contains pages and illustrations. Below please find the table of contents. nts and mobility in early prehistoric Roscommon by Noel McCarthy; 2. Between north and south, east and west. The changing landscape of Clara Bog: The history of an Irish raised bog During the nineteenth century, Mapping Offaly: in the early 19th century with an atlas of William Larkin's map of.
A series of maps were produced over the next three centuries (i.e. 17th, 18th & 19th centuries), each more accurate than the last. The focus was very much on the parts of Ireland governed by Britain - most surveys were commissioned by landowners or local government. A look back in time. B etween and Ordnance Survey Ireland completed the first ever large-scale survey of an entire country. Acclaimed for their accuracy, these maps are regarded by cartographers as amongst the finest ever produced. As the national mapping archive service for Ireland, OSi has captured this and later mapping data in a digitised format.
If you would like to suggest a publication for inclusion in the bibliography, please email [email protected] with the full details of the work you wish to add. Má theastaíonn uait aon rud a chur leis an mbunachar sonraí seo, seol ríomhphost chuig [email protected] agus cuir sonraí beachta an tsaothair ar fáil dúinn. County Offaly (/ ˈ ɒ f ə l iː /; Irish: Contae Uíbh Fhailí) is a county in is part of the Midlands Region and is also located in the province of is named after the ancient Kingdom of Uí Failghe and was formerly known as King's County. Offaly County Council is the local authority for the county. The county population at the rank: 18th.
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This book describes the geography and early mapping of Offaly (known as King”s County between c. and ) with particular reference to the huge manuscript map of the county made by William Larkin. He has had three books concerning the innovative county maps produced in the early nineteenth century by the roads engineer and surveyor William Larkin: Mapping Offaly (), Mapping Meath () and Mapping Sligo ().
His Mapping Offaly is a great favourite and was the lead in book for the others in the series. Get this from a library. Mapping Offaly in the early nineteenth century: with an atlas of William Larkin's map of King's County, [A A Horner; William Larkin; Offaly Historical & Archaeological Society.; Offaly (Ireland).
County Council.]. In Mapping Laois from the 16th to the 21st century, Arnold Horner reviews and seeks to provide context for the extraordinarily rich diversity of manuscript and printed maps that record the changing political, economic and social circumstances of an Irish county over nearly five flavour of these varied, informative and often colourful maps is captured in over illustrations.
This book is the third to offer an analysis of William Larkin’s county mapping, earlier volumes having focused on his maps of Offaly (King’s County) and Meath.
Although not without faults, these and other county maps reveal a wealth of information about early nineteenth-century Ireland. (Horner, Arnold) Mapping Offaly in the Early Nineteenth Century, with an Atlas of William Larkin's map of King's County, (Fitzpatrick, Mary) School, Community and Nation: The papers of R.H.
Moore, - € (Murphy, Coughlan & Doran) Grand Jury Rooms to Áras an Chontae: local government in Offaly. Tullamore, Offaly History Book Store - Offaly Historical and Archaeological Society.
We have many titles for sale on Offaly and the surrounding locations. Worldwide Delivery. Mapping Offaly in the early 19th Century with an atlas of William Larkin’s map of King’s County, A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.
Worldwell Books, Hardback, pagesIn Mapping Laois from the 16th to the 21st century, Arnold Horner reviews and seeks to provide context for the extraordinarily rich diversity of manuscript and printed maps that record the changing political, economic and social circumstances of an Irish county over nearly five centuries.
The flavour of these varied, informative and often colourful maps. This is a spin-off from the early nineteenth-century Irish Bogs Commission (see the author’s article in the Sept./Oct. issue of HI) and is based on the cartography of William Larkin. The large-format publication, generously illustrated with full colour plates, includes an atlas of the entirety of Larkin’s ‘Map of the Bogs of.
Horner has written: 'Mapping Meath in the early nineteenth century' -- subject(s): Maps, Atlases, Cartography, History 'Mapping Offaly in the early nineteenth century' -- subject(s): Maps. Mapping Offaly in the Early Nineteenth Century with an Atlas of William Larkin's Map of King's County, by Arnold Horner; Mapping Meath in the Early Nineteenth Century with an Atlas of William Larkin's Map of County Meath, by Arnold Horner (p.
Previously Arnold’s collaborations with Wordwell Press focused on the innovative county maps produced in the early nineteenth century by the roads engineer and surveyor William Larkin: Mapping Offaly(), Mapping Meath () and Mapping Sligo().
Congratulations on this excellent new publication. Horner, A.A. () Mapping Offaly in the Early Nineteenth Century published by Wordwell, Bray. Feehan, J. () An Atlas of Birr published by Department of Environmental Resource Management, Dublin. RoscommonAuthor: Jane Nolan.
This large map of Sligo by the prolific surveyor and roads engineer William Larkin, and compiled for the county grand jury, was started sometime in the early s and was finally published in Pasted together, its six engraved sheets prod. Horner, A. () Mapping Meath in the early nineteenth century: With an atlas of William Larkin’s map of County Meath Bray: Wordwell.
Horner, A. () Mapping Offaly in the early nineteenth century: With an atlas of William Larkin’s map of King’s County Bray: Wordwell. Mapping Offaly in the early 19th century. This book describes the geography and early mappin.
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Leaving to one side the work of the Ordnance Survey in the s, the work of Petrie at Clonmacnois, and that of Cooke at Birr in andthe references to and work done or written up on the historical sites of north Offaly in the nineteenth century are hard to come by.Offaly, county in the province of Leinster, central Ireland.
Offaly is bounded by Counties Westmeath and Meath (north), Kildare (east), Laoighis and Tipperary (south), and Galway and Roscommon (west). The River Shannon forms its western boundary.
Tullamore, in central Offaly, is the county town.LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers.