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BACK TO THE GLENS : A MCKAY ODYSSEY Alexander McKay     The author’s attempt to piece together his family history; connections to Glenarm and Carnlough. Photographs : from the early 20th century; gravestone inscriptions. DAVIS BOYD’S ‘GHOST HOUSE’ & COLONEL HUGH BOYD’S ‘GREAT ROAD’ David J McGill   Exploring old maps, in search of … Read more

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AN ARTIST APART  A PORTRAIT OF CHARLES MCAULEY Desima Connolly   The life and work of the Glens’ most celebrated artist; written by his granddaughter. Cover detail. Charlie McAuley self portrait. PHOTOGRAPHING THE PRESENT FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS Niall McCaughan   The importance of images from the past & the need to record the lives of … Read more

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ROAD  NAMES OF MOYLE DISTRICT COUNCIL Paul Tempan   The Northern Ireland Place names Project (2005); to provide Irish language forms for place names and postal addresses.   BALLYCASTLE WORKHOUSE: THE EARLY YEARS   Frank Rogers Opened in 1843, historical background and description of the buildings; first inmates and daily routines; the Famine period; short … Read more

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KILMORE PRIMARY SCHOOL Robert Sharpe   Background to primary education prior to 1830; Kildare Place Society; hedge schools; new National Schools. Kilmore Primary School est. (1835). Principals and teachers through to closure in 1967.   OLD BOOKS AND OLD MAPS OF BALLYCASTLE AND THE COLLIERIES DJ McGill   Looking at maps from the Antrim Estate, … Read more

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THE PORT OF CUSHENDUN: TRADE AND SMUGGLING TO AND FROM KINTYRE. Deirdre Roberts   The History of Cushendun port ,from the mid 16th century when James McDonnell landed in Cushendun to assist Sorley Boy; trade through the 17th century; ferries in both directions; smuggling in the 18th century.   Photograph of Coastguard buildings Cushendun; small … Read more

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EXPLORING PRESBYTERIANISM EAST OF BALLYMENA. Dr Eull Dunlop   Account of a field trip taken by the Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland, round Ballymena, Clough, Broughshane & Slemish. Reproduction of order of service- Bicententery Commemmoration 1945 Ballymena; coloured Photograph of stained glass window in Clough Presbyterian Church; Photograph of Cushendall Presbyterian Church. THE ARTS AND … Read more