Inis Mhic Uibhleáin

Inis Mhic Uibhleáin

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Inis Mhic Uibhleáin
Mícheál Ó Dubhshláine
ISBN 9780863223730
Bréanainn 2007

304 lth.

Siar ó dheas i leithinis Chorca Duibhne in iardheisceart Chontae Chiarraí, ag síneadh ó Thrá Lí siar daichead éigin míle thar an Daingean go Ceann Sléibhe agus an Dún Mór, tá dorn oileán gan ord gan eagar, na Blascaodaí. An tOileán Tiar, nó an Blascaod Mór an t-oileán is mó I méid agus an t-oileán ba mhó go raibh cónaí ann go dtí 1953. Bhí líon tí amháin tamall ar Bheiginis chomh maith agus líon tí eile tamall ar Inis Tuaisceart ach is fada buí go raibh deatach in aon cheann acu. An t-oileán ba mhó go raibh daoine lonnaithe ann, seachas an tOileán Tiar ná Inis Mhic Uibhleáin.
Den chéad uair riamh seo tuairisc ar Inis Mhic Uibhleáin scríofa ag an staraí áitiúil, Mícheál Ó Dubhshláine. Stair an oileáin atá anseo idir cheol, seanchas, seandálaíocht agus stair nádúrtha. Bhunaigh Mocheallóg Mac Uibhleáin mainistir ar an Inis go luath I ré na Críostaíochta agus bhíodh daoine ag dul isteach ar an oileán ar oilithreacht. Tamall ina dhiaidh sin bhí an Inis I seilbh na Normannaigh Cé go bhfuil sé cinnte go raibh dhá theaghlach ag maireachtaint ar an Inis sa 19ú haois, deineann an t-údar iniúchadh ar scéalta go raibh teaghlaigh eile ag maireachtaint inti ó am go chéile. Seo cur síos ar shaol na ndaoine a mhair ar an oileán, chomh maith le scéal Chathail Uí Eochaidh a cheannaigh an Inis sna seachtóidí, agus a thug cabhair nach beag don údar lena chuid taighde.

The Dingle Peninsula in County Kerry culminates in the most westerly point on the mainland of Ireland, and tossed there in the ocean lie a fistful of islands called the Blaskets.  Five of the Blaskets had human habitation at one time: the Great Blasket, Inisvickillane, Inis Tuaisceart, Tiaracht and Beginis. The island with most inhabitants was the Great Blasket itself, with up to two hundred souls during the First World War until 1953, when the last door closed. Next in importance was the island of Inisvickillane.

Here for the first time local historian Mícheál Ó Dubhshláine has researched the history of Inisvickillane He presents in this unique book a fascinating and detailed portrait of archaeology.  Here Mocheallóg Mac Uibhleáin established an early Christian monastery and the island became a place of pilgrimage. Later its ownership came into Norman hands.  Although there is definite information of just two families inhabiting the Inis in the 19th century, the author explores the strong local tradition that at one time or another there were more.
He traces the lives of those who inhabited the island, up to and including the ownership of the island by Charles J. Haughey, who gave invaluable assistance to the author in his researches.

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Inis Mhic Uibhleáin
Mícheál Ó Dubhshláine
ISBN 9780863223730
Bréanainn 2007

304 lth.

Siar ó dheas i leithinis Chorca Duibhne in iardheisceart Chontae Chiarraí, ag síneadh ó Thrá Lí siar daichead éigin míle thar an Daingean go Ceann Sléibhe agus an Dún Mór, tá dorn oileán gan ord gan eagar, na Blascaodaí. An tOileán Tiar, nó an Blascaod Mór an t-oileán is mó I méid agus an t-oileán ba mhó go raibh cónaí ann go dtí 1953. Bhí líon tí amháin tamall ar Bheiginis chomh maith agus líon tí eile tamall ar Inis Tuaisceart ach is fada buí go raibh deatach in aon cheann acu. An t-oileán ba mhó go raibh daoine lonnaithe ann, seachas an tOileán Tiar ná Inis Mhic Uibhleáin.
Den chéad uair riamh seo tuairisc ar Inis Mhic Uibhleáin scríofa ag an staraí áitiúil, Mícheál Ó Dubhshláine. Stair an oileáin atá anseo idir cheol, seanchas, seandálaíocht agus stair nádúrtha. Bhunaigh Mocheallóg Mac Uibhleáin mainistir ar an Inis go luath I ré na Críostaíochta agus bhíodh daoine ag dul isteach ar an oileán ar oilithreacht. Tamall ina dhiaidh sin bhí an Inis I seilbh na Normannaigh Cé go bhfuil sé cinnte go raibh dhá theaghlach ag maireachtaint ar an Inis sa 19ú haois, deineann an t-údar iniúchadh ar scéalta go raibh teaghlaigh eile ag maireachtaint inti ó am go chéile. Seo cur síos ar shaol na ndaoine a mhair ar an oileán, chomh maith le scéal Chathail Uí Eochaidh a cheannaigh an Inis sna seachtóidí, agus a thug cabhair nach beag don údar lena chuid taighde.

The Dingle Peninsula in County Kerry culminates in the most westerly point on the mainland of Ireland, and tossed there in the ocean lie a fistful of islands called the Blaskets.  Five of the Blaskets had human habitation at one time: the Great Blasket, Inisvickillane, Inis Tuaisceart, Tiaracht and Beginis. The island with most inhabitants was the Great Blasket itself, with up to two hundred souls during the First World War until 1953, when the last door closed. Next in importance was the island of Inisvickillane.

Here for the first time local historian Mícheál Ó Dubhshláine has researched the history of Inisvickillane He presents in this unique book a fascinating and detailed portrait of archaeology.  Here Mocheallóg Mac Uibhleáin established an early Christian monastery and the island became a place of pilgrimage. Later its ownership came into Norman hands.  Although there is definite information of just two families inhabiting the Inis in the 19th century, the author explores the strong local tradition that at one time or another there were more.
He traces the lives of those who inhabited the island, up to and including the ownership of the island by Charles J. Haughey, who gave invaluable assistance to the author in his researches.

Weight 600 g

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