Westport House and the Brownes
The history of the Browne family between 1580 and 1981, and of Westport House on the Atlantic coast of County Mayo, Ireland. The family was active in political and religious affairs, were patrons of the arts, pioneers in agriculture, and contributed to the world of horse-breeding and horse-racing. Appendices contain some signficant family documents.
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