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  • Articles featured:
    • John Townsend Trench's Reports on the Lansdowne Estates in Kerry 1863-73 (Gerard J. Lyne)
    • The 1732 Religious Returns and the Evolution of Protestant Kerry (David Dickson)
    • Tralee Voters in 1835 (Pádraig de Brún)
    • William Maunsell Hennessy, Celtic Scholar, 1829-89 (Seán Ó Luing)
    • Educational Innovations in the Kerry Gaeltacht 1904-22 (Thomas A. O’Donoghue)
    • Excavations at Ferriter’ s Cove, 1985-6 (P.C. Woodman)
    • A Wedge Tomb and Other Antiquities at Drombohilly Upper (Elizabeth Twohig)
    • Excavations of the Two Long Stone Cists at Dromkeen East, Causeway (Isabel Bennett)
  • Articles featured:
    • Henry Pratt, Surveyor of Kerry Estates (J.H. Andrews)
    • Cross-slab at Ardamore (Conleth Manning)
    • Medieval Crucifix Figure from Skellig Micheal (Raghnall Ó Floinn)
    • Peter McSwiney (1783-1860) and the Vexed Succession to the Last Mac Fínín Duibh (Gerard Lyne)
    • Kildare Place Society in Kerry: II (Pádraig de Brún)
    • A Ventry Convert Group, 1842 (Pádraig de Brún)
    • Seoirse Mac Tomáis - George Derwent Thomson (Seán Ó Lúing)
    • Chain of Office (Kathleen Browne)
  • Articles featured:
    • The Building-history of Ratass Church (Peter Harbison)
    • The Origin of the Pierse Family of County Kerry (John H. Pierse)
    • Sir Richard Cox’ s Description of Kerry, 1687 (Pádraig de Brún)
    • Lord Orrery's Travels in Kerry, 1735 (The Knight of Glin)
    • Insights into Fifty Years of Episcopal Elections (1774-1824) (Sister M. Angela Bolster)
    • An Scoláire Bán (Pádraig deBrún)
    • David Moriarty (1814-77): III. Politics (Rev. Kieran O’ Shea)
    • Aspects of the Fenian Rising in Kerry, 1867: III Prelude to the Trials (Séan Ó Lúing)
    • Primary Education in Kerry One Hundred Years Ago (Michael Quane)
    • Miscellanea
  • Articles featured:
    • Some notes on the names of six Kerry Mountains (Paul Tempan)
    • Sir William Herbert's 'Description of Munster': An annotated colonial text (Claudia J. Young-Palmer)
    • Birth, Marriage and Death notices of Kerry’s Estated Gentlemen, principally from the Revolutionary and Napoleonic eras (Gerard O’Carroll)
    • The Godfrey Estate during The Great Famine (John Knightly)
    • Some notable Kerry Clergymen in the established Church of Ireland (Gerard O’Carroll)
    • Lindsey Talbot Crosbie of Ardfert: Campaigner for conciliation (Bryan McMahon)
    • The Rev. Robert Martin Hilliard (1904 -1937) (John Corcoran)
  • Articles featured:
    • Medicine and Society in 19th Century Kerry - A Life of Francis Crumpe, M.D. (Bob Fitzsimons)
    • Seán Ó Súilleabháin (1903-96), Múinteoir agus Cartlannai Béaloidis (Eoghan Ó Súilleabháin)
    • Excavations of Clocáin in Glin North Townland, Co. Kerry (Isabel Bennett)
    • The ‘Glattjoch-Chapel in Honour of St. Virgil’- An Irish Oratory in Austria/Central Europe!? (Volker Fauler)
    • Daniel O’Connell: The Counsellor, and Our Present Constitutional Disposition (Justice Hugh O’Flaherty)
    • Review: To Make the Stones Sing, Poems by Paddy Bushe: A Perspective (Micheál Ó Fionnáin)
  • Articles featured:
    • Excavations at Reask (Thomas Fanning)
    • The Execution of the Earl of Desmond, 1468, (Art Cosgrove)
    • The Fall of the House of Desmond (Sister Margaret MacCurtain)
    • Dr Dermot Lyne: An Irish Catholic Landlord in Cork and Kerry under the Penal Laws (Gerard J. Lyne)
    • Nineteenth-century Settlements in theLesser Blasket Islands (Joan Stagles)
    • Richard Griffith and the Roads of Kerry 1 (Seán Ó Lúing)
    • A Census of the Parishes of Prior and Killemlagh, December 1834 (Pádraig de Brún)
    • Scéal Gaeilge ón Tóchar (Padraig de Brún)
    • Two Prehistoric Objects from Killarney in Buckinghamshire County Museum, Aylesbury (Peter Harbison)
    • A Neglected Sidelight on the Last Years of Ardfert Corporation (Michael Dolley)
    • 'Some Medieval Sculpture in Kerry’ - additional notes (Peter Harbison)
  • Selection of articles reproduced from the KERRY ARCHAEOLOGICAL MAGAZINE, published between 1908 - 1920 General Index to Journals 1 - 29 Articles featured:
    • The Civil Journey - A Cromwellian Record (Matthew J. Byrne)
    • Some Holy Wells in Valencia and Portmagee (M. J. Delap)
    • Tobar na Molt (Bligh Talbot-Crosbie, Esq)
    • Lislaughtin Abbey (M.G. McGelligott, F.R.C.S.)
    • The Skelligs (S.M)
    • Kilcrohane (B.B.G.)
    • Ballycarbery Castle (S.M.)
    • Maum-An-Afrinn (S.M.)
    • The Post Reformation Bishops of Kerry (Rev J.C. O’Ryan, O.P.)
    • Distinguished Kerrymen (James O’Neill)
    • Some Old Tralee Notes (S.M.)
    • “Puck” Fair (S.M.)
    • A Great Kerry Physician (S.M.)
  • Articles featured:
    • St Lachtain of Lislaughtin: The Cork Connection (Donal Murphy)
    • Human Tapeworm Infestation in Medieval Kerry (Catryn Power)
    • Lixnaw and the Earls of Kerry (John Knightly)
    • The Grave-stone of Thomas Crosbie alias Godly, 1767 (Jude O'Gorman)
    • The Genesis of Killarney National Park (Sean Ryan)
    • Blasket Island Life and Work, 1919-23 (Alf MacLochlainn)
    • Kerry. Case Study: A review of the 17 and 31 July 1901 County Kerry Caherciveen District Council meetings (Mary McGillicuddy)
    • Politics or Play? The Tralee GAA Sports of 1885 & the fight for Irish Athletics (Richard McElligott)
    • Records of St James' Church & Graveyard, Ballyheigue Addenda & Corrigenda (Bryan MacMahon)
  • Articles featured:
    • A consideration of late Mesolithic Settlement on Ross Island, Killarney National Park (Michael Gibbons, Jim Higgins, Myles Gibbons)
    • Fionnan Kerry place-names (Paul Tempan)
    • Properties in Dingle granted to the Duke of Ormond in 1668 (Conleth Manning)
    • Dun an Óir 1580: The potential for intact Siege Archaeology (Damian Shiels)
    • An Italian Account of the Siege and Massacre at Smerwick (Aoibheann Mullan)
    • ‘My Dear Husband’: Kerry convicts and their families (Perry McIntyre)
    • Port na bPucaí - The Fairy Music of The Blaskets (Feargal Mac Amhlaoibh)
  • Articles featured:
    • Archaeological Investigations at Caherquin, near Ballyferriter, Co. Kerry (Isabel Bennett)
    • A Few impressions of Ross Castle (Sharon Wells)
    • The Earthen Barrows of the Lee Valley, Tralee, County Kerry (Michael Connolly)
    • Holy Wells and other sites of Pilgrimage within a portion of East Kerry (Patricia O’Hare)
    • A Post-Mortem on the Protestant Crusade in Dingle (Micheál Ó Mainnín)
    • Suffolk Summer School : The Desmond Brass at Euston (Amy Louise Harris and Paul Cockerham)
    • Ról na nBan i Malartú Teanga (Bríd Ní Mhóráin)
    • Women's Lives at the Time of Seán Ó Conaill (Bríd Ní Mhoráin)
    • An Unidentified Late 18th Century Shipwreck in Derrynane Harbour (Colin Breen)
  • Articles featured:
    • A Survey of the Promontory Forts of the Kerry Peninsulas (Markus Redmond)
    • Kerry's Forgotten Historian - Jeremiah King (Edmund Moriarty)
    • Primary Education of the Great Blasket Island 1864-1940 (Dr M. Nic Craith)
    • Notes on the Region of Barnashaw, its Population, and Routes through it in Historic and Pre-historic Times (Bill Quirke)
  • Articles featured:
    • A Brief Survey of the Typical Vernacular Housing of a Portion of East Kerry (Patricia O’Hare).
    • Guardians of the East Road at the West End of the World (Ignatius Fennessy O.F.M.)
    • Thoughts on the Early Christian Church (Donncha Ó Conchúir)
    • Old Ireland Lent this Champion to the Australian Imperial Force (Richard E. Reid)
    • An Leana Mór: From Woodland to Townland on the Trinity College Estate (Michael H. O'Connor)
  • Articles featured:
    • Excavations at Ferriter's Cove (P.C.Woodman, M.A. Duggan and A. McCarthy).
    • The Voyage of Saint Brendan in Old French (Catherine Jennings)
    • Bonaventure O'Connor Kerry: A seventeenth-century Franciscan abroad (Rev. Cathaldus Giblin).
    • An Enterprising Cromwellian Family: The Taylors of Dunkerron (Gerard Lyne and Daniel Moriarty)
    • Three eighteenth-century Letters from Lady Theodosia Crosbie (The Knight of Glin)
    • Richard Townsend Herbert's ‘Information of the state of tithe in Kerry’, 1788 (Maurice J. Bric)
    • Michael Condon's Visit to Derrynane, 1839 (Rev. Bernard J. Canning)
    • The O’Connell Monument in Rome (Rev. Fearghus Ó Fearghaill)
    • An Extract from Bishop David Moriarty’s Diary, 1856 (Rev. Kieran O’ Shea)
    • Kruger agus a Ré (Séan Ó Luing)
    • Kildare Place Society in Kerry: IV Summary and Discussion (Pádraig de Brún)
  • Articles featured:
    • Helping the Stones to Speak: The Corca Dhuibhne 3D community project (Isabel Bennett, Nora White and Gary Devlin)
    • An Ogham stone in the Black Valley (Fionnbarr Moore)
    • References to Thomas Ashe in the Bureau of Military History Witness Statements (Tony Bergin)
    • Townland, ‘Gneeve’ and ‘Cos’; Land taxes and ‘Cows’ grass’ (JF Collins)
    • Íochtar Cua & the Stone Rows of Kerry (Michael Connolly)
  • Articles featured:
    • The Earlier Geraldine Knights of Kerry (Paul MacCotter)
    • Ardfert witnesses at the Trial of Roger Casement (Helen O’Carroll)
    • ‘For Having Robbed His Ship On The High Seas’, Tomás Maol Ó Cearna, John D. Nagle and a Blasket Crew in Belfast (Dáithí de Mórdha)
    • Glanbane Hillfort and the Bronze Age in Kerry (William O’Brien, James O’Driscoll and Nick Hogan)
    • Law and Disorder, Listowel Union 1845-1852 (John Pierse and Martina Flynn)
    • The Desmond Wars -The Beginning of the End of the Gaelic Order (Elizabeth & Tigh O’Donoghue Ross)
    • The Killing of Sir Arthur Vicars, April 1921: An Exceptional Case?(Conor Joy)
    • Miscellanea: 1. Holy Cross Church Kenmare 150: Review (Séamus Mac Gabhann)
  • Articles featured:
    • A Gold Box from Ballinclemesig (Michael Ryan)
    • A Log Boat from Derryco (Eamonn P. Kelly)
    • Fishing in seventeenth-century Kerry: The Experience of Sir William Petty (T.C. Barnard)
    • Rev. Forster Archer's account of Kerry in 1801 (Pádraig de Brún)
    • Caoineadh ar an Easpag Ó Siochfhradha (Pádraig de Brún)
    • Kildare Place Society in Kerry: IIa (Pádraig de Brún)
    • Traditional Houses at Riasc (Alan Gailey)
    • Miscellanea:
      • Container of butter froma bog at Banemore (P. Healy)
      • Dugout wooden boat in the estuary of the Cashen (P. Healy)
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