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Family Names in the Glens of Antrim – Subscription

New Publication  - Coming Summer 2021

Ulster Historical Foundation is pleased to announce the forthcoming publication of Brian Turner’s Family Names in the Glens of Antrim.

We would like to invite you to subscribe to this publication.

This publication explores the historical and social significance of the family names of a distinctive region in the north-east of Ireland – the Glens of Antrim.

The area has both a strong local identity and a significant relationship with south-west Argyll in Scotland. Drawing on many years of research, the author describes and explains the evolution of the historical landscape through an examination of the names of its people.

The book includes numerous surname distribution maps as well as photographs and other illustrative material.

Edition Details

EXTENT: 192 pp
DIMENSIONS: 265mm x 200 mm
FORMAT: Hardback with dustjacket and full colour production throughout
CONTENT: over 30 Surname maps and over 50 photographs
ISBN: 978-1-909556-03-0
SUBSCRIPTION OFFER: £19.99 plus P&P

About the Author

BRIAN TURNER was born in Cork City and has lived in Counties Cork, Offaly, Donegal, Antrim and Down. He was the founding Director of Down County Museum in Downpatrick and previously Curator of Local History at the Ulster Museum in Belfast. He has originated and participated in many studies of locality since completing his doctoral thesis on aspects of County Antrim history, and has written widely on Irish local and cultural history, including an interest in relationships with other places, particularly Scotland, Norway and North America. He is currently Honorary President of the Federation for Ulster Local Studies. He lives in Saul, County Down.

SUBSCRIPTION OFFER - ENDS 30 APRIL 2021

Customers who pre-order this title before 30 April 2021, will have their names printed in a special list in the book and be the first to have their copies dispatched on the day of publication.

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