The Human Geography of Ireland

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Wiley, May 31, 1994 - Social Science - 234 pages
An absorbing, up-to-date account of Irish geography. The author also looks back at certain aspects of the 19th century in order to provide an understanding of today's political geography, rural settlement patterns, population changes and urban growth. Contains a nontechnical treatment of Ireland's physical geography as a background to regional contrasts in agriculture. Abundant illustrations, maps and photographs are well-integrated throughout the text.

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Contents

Population in the nineteenth century
63
Population in the twentieth century
79
The urban pattern
96
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James H. Johnson is Assistant Professor of History at Boston University.

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