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|Wigham, Billy / Rynne, Colin. ‘A Life of Usefulness’: Abraham Beale and the Monard Ironworks. Blarney, Sitka Press, 2000. 14 cm x 20.5 cm. X, 79 pages. Original softcover. Excellent condition with only very minor signs of external wear. Contains dedication by Colin Rynne. Newspaper-clipping stapled to end-paper. Slight bending crease on front cover near spine. Volume otherwise clean and intact.
Includes the following essays: Preface / The Beale Family and the Origins of Monard / Quakers and Technological Change in Nineteenth-Century Ireland / The Spade Mill in County Cork / The Monard and Coolowen Ironworks: An Archaeology / The Monard Community at Work / Notes / Bibliography.
Keywords: Abraham Beale, Archaeology, Irish History, Irish Interest, Irish Local History, Quakers
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