by Four Courts Press for the Group for the Study of Irish Historic Settlement & Irish Post-Medieval Archaeology Group, Four Courts Press in Dublin, Ireland, Portland, OR .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 286-306) and index.
|Statement||edited by James Lyttleton and Colin Rynne|
|Contributions||Group for the Study of Irish Historic Settlement, Irish Post-Medieval Archaeology Group|
|LC Classifications||DA906 .P53 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||323 p.,  p. of col. plates :|
|Number of Pages||323|
|LC Control Number||2010292452|
Other articles where Plantation is discussed: Ireland: The Reformation period: gave statutory approval for the plantation (or resettlement of Irish lands by Englishmen) of Leix, Offaly, and other Irish lordships of the central plain. Her viceroy was Thomas Radcliffe, earl of Sussex, lord deputy (–59), who was soon, as lord lieutenant (–66) for Elizabeth I, to restore the state. Plantation Lodge is a family run business by Emmet and Kathleen Carolan. Over the last nine years they have gained a reputation as caring and considerate hosts, and will go out of their way to ensure their guests have a comfortable, relaxing and stress free stay at their bed and breakfast home from home: Plantation Lodge/10(). This book is the result of a joint collaboration between the Group for the Study of Irish Historic Settlement and the Irish Post-Medieval Archaeology Group. In an effort to raise greater awareness of the archaeology of plantation-era society in Ireland, scholars from the fields of archaeology, history, historic geography and literary studies. The Plantation is by George McNeill. It is set near Natchez in and beyond. It is a really good book and kept me glued to it. It is, however, rather a long book which for some may be a problem. For me, it just made it more interesting. The Columns was left to Athel and Levon Deavers on /5(26).
'The contributors are historians and archaeologists, each bringing his specialist knowledge to bear. They place the main plantation in the context of others in Ireland in this period and examine different aspects of plantation as a phenomenon in itself it is an attractive book with illustration including colour reproductions of Bartlett’s maps of Ulster', Books Ireland (February ). The City of Londonderry is very much a product of the plantation and played a pivotal role in safeguarding the plantation. Its walls, which are still intact today, repulsed sieges in , and marks the th anniversary of the building of the city walls () and the Great Parchment Book project is an integral part of the. This is the second volume to the set entitled, ‘Conquest of Ireland, An Historical Account of the Plantation in Ireland.’ It contains the record of the great change in land ownership and power in Ireland. It tells the story of the old Irish families losing their land, and the new settlers who assumed it. A one-of-a-kind genealogical record. Welcome to Plantation Lodge Bed and Breakfast Set in beautiful and tranquil surroundings, less than five minutes drive from Kingscourt Town Centre, 12 minutes from Carrickmacross Town Centre and only two minutes drive to Cabra Castle and Dun A Ri Forest Park.
In fact, this type of plantation actually led to the widescale destruction of Ireland’s forests. But that’s a side-issue. Now you’re talking in riddles. People were planted, not trees. That doesn’t help. In the sixteenth and seventeenth century British monarchs encouraged their subjects in Britain to move to Ireland and settle there. This book is a powerful and comprehensive account of the military, geopolitical, internecine, religious and human aspects of that program, referred to historically as the Plantation of Ulster, the term used to refer to this "planting" of the English and Scottish in Ireland, accompanied by the forcible displacement of the Irish natives from /5(30). The Plantation of Ulster was part of the English conquest of Ireland, a method used to pacify and civilise the province. Although plantations in Ireland had started in the s the Ulster Plantation did not start until after the fall of the last Irish Chieftains in The story of Henry Conway and the Plantation of Londonderry. Henry Conway was sent to Ireland in by the Vintners’ Company to resolve the finances of Vintnerstown, formerly Bellaghy, the main settlement of the Vintners’ Portion in the barony of Loughinsholin; the town had been granted to the Company in as part of the plantation of Londonderry.