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Fitzgerald, Down Paths of Gold: A Portrait of Cork Harbour’s Southern Shore.

Fitzgerald, Down Paths of Gold: A Portrait of Cork Harbour's Southern Shore.

Fitzgerald, Pat. Down Paths of Gold: A Portrait of Cork Harbour’s Southern Shore. Midleton, Litho Press, 1992. 14.5 cm x 20 cm. 272 pages. Original softcover including many colour photographs. Excellent condition with minor signs of external wear. Slightly bent corners and worn edges of cover. Inscription by preowner.

Includes for example the following essays: Introduction / The Americans at Aghada / In Times of Crisis / The Maritime History / A History of the Steamboat Services 1815-1932 / Fort Davis / Trabolgan / Rostelan / Corkbeg – An Island Paradise / The Villages of Aghada / One Second to Midnight ….-The Geology of this Area / The Place Names and Antiquities of Aghada / Archaeology of Aghada / The Wildlife of the Lower Harbour and Surrounding Areas / The History of Education in Aghada / Sport and Recreation.

″The story of one of Cork’s best loved areas: Trabolgan, Roches Point, Aghada, East Ferry, Whitegate and the rich tapestry of circumstances which shaped it; the U.S. Airbase, The British Forts, the Shipwrecks, the Great Demesne Houses, the villages and their people. Illustrated with color photographs.” (Amazon)

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Fitzgerald, Down Paths of Gold: A Portrait of Cork Harbour's Southern Shore.
Fitzgerald, Down Paths of Gold: A Portrait of Cork Harbour’s Southern Shore.