2 edition of Atlas and story of Ireland containing the general history found in the catalog.
Atlas and story of Ireland containing the general history
A. M. Sullivan
|Statement||as told by A. M. Sullivan ; and continued by P. D. Nunan ; With thirty-two beautifully colored maps - one of each county - with index arranged alphabetically, and showing over 11,000 cities, towns, villages and places of public interest by P. W. Joyce.|
|Contributions||Nunan, P. D., Joyce, P. W. 1827-1914.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, x, 281p.,  leaves of col. plates|
|Number of Pages||281|
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