Historic Ulster Churches
This book examines how the different denominations have chosen to build churches, appropriate to their needs (and resources) and forms of service from the medieval period to the present day.
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The Medieval Period
Penal Chapels and EighteenthCentury Meeting Houses
EighteenthCentury Classical Churches
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