A History of Ulster

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Blackstaff Press, 1992 - History - 914 pages
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Offers a history of Ulter, discussing the intrusion of the Celts, Romans, Vikings, and Christians; the presence of Scottish Protestants due to James I, Cromwell, and William of Orange; and the economic and political trends of each incident

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if you like history this is a great book. I learnt some things about the town that i lived in. Read full review

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if you like history this is a great book. I learnt some things about the town that i lived in. Read full review

Contents

Early Ulster
1
Viking Raids and Norman Invasion
25
Province Beyond the Pale
49
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About the author (1992)

Jonathan Bardon was born and educated in Dublin, but has spent most of his life as a teacher and lecturer in Belfast. He has an outstanding reputation as a narrative historian of rare ability. His History of Ulster is a modern classic.

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