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Famine Echoes by Cathal Poirteir
The Story of the Irish Church Missions by Rev. Alex Dallas
Synod of Thurles, 1850
Louisburgh: A History, by John Lyons
The Famine in Kerry published by The Kerry Archaeological & Historical Society
The Catholic Church and the Famine by Donal A. Kerr
The Darkest Years -- A Famine Story by Michael Mullen
The Letters of Rev. James Maher, D.D., Edited by Rt.Rev. Patrick Francis Moran, D.D., Bishop of Ossory.
Calendar of the Papers of Dr. M. Slattery made by Dom Mark Tierney
John Mac Hale, Archbishop of Tuam; His Life, Times, and Correspondence by Rt.Rev. Bernard O'Reilly, D.D., Domestic Prelate of His Holiness
Notices of the Life and Character of His Grace Most Rev. Daniel Murray, late Archbishop of Dublin, by William Meagher, P.P.
A Various Country -- Essays in Mayo History 1500-1900, edited by Raymond Gillespie et al
History of Mayo by J.F. Quinn
A New History of Ireland, Vol V, edited by W.E. Vaughn
History of Ireland from the Treaty of Limerick to the Present Time, compiled by John Mitchel
A Recent Journey of Six Weeks in Ireland, by William Bennett
The Irish Famine by Noel Kissane. Published by the National Library of Ireland, 1995
Three Days at Skibbereen (article) 1847