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Bernard O'Hara's History of Killasser: Heritage of a Mayo Parish, is a must-read for anyone interested in Ireland. Even if you're not from Killasser or County Mayo, this book will interest those with ties to Ireland. Bernard O'Hara provides a clear overview of Irish national history, as well as forensic detail about ordinary lives in this rural parish on the border of coun ...more
Paperback, 438 pages
Published July 1st 2012 by Tudor Gate Press (first published January 1st 2011)
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A great book if you are interested in the history of Killasser. It's full of information of both the area and the people, telling stories, giving lists, etc. Pictures and charts accompany the text: very well researched.
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Known as "one of Ireland's foremost scholars on Davitt", Bernard O'Hara has published eight books and numerous articles on Irish history. His list of publications includes many relating to the history and heritage of County Mayo. His latest book is a concise biography of Michael Davitt, first published in 2006 by Mayo County in association with the Michael Davitt Memorial Association.

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