Books and Pamphlets

There are so many books and publications written in and about Manorhamilton, here is a list we compiled, please feel free to contact us with any that we might have missed:

  • St Joseph’s College Manorhamilton & Educational Initiatives 1930-1970, Proinnsíos Ó Duigneáin
  • North Leitrim in Famine Times, Proinnsíos Ó Duigneáin
  • North Leitrim in Land League Times 1880-84, Proinnsíos Ó Duigneáin
  • The Priest and the Protestant Woman, Proinnsíos Ó Duigneáin
  • North Leitrim: The Land War and The Fall of Parnell, Proinnsíos Ó Duigneáin
  • The Sligo-Leitrim World of Kate Cullen 1832-1913, Hilary Pyle
  • The Wynnes of Sligo & Leitrim, Winston Guthrie Jones
  • From Rosclogher to Rooskey: The Leitrim Story, Lorcán Ó Rúnaí
  • The Life & Times of Sir Frederick Hamilton 1590-1647, Dominic Rooney
  • Captain Francisco de Cuéllar: The Armada, Ireland and the Wars of the Spanish Monarchy 1578-1606, Francis Kelly
  • Sean Mac Diarmada: The Mind of the revolution, Gerard Mc Atasney;
  • Sinn Féin: The First Election 1908, Ciarán Ó Duibhir
  • Manorhamilton Workhouse 1842-1936, Manorhamilton Historical Society
  • Thomas Corscadden 1837-1919 and the Land War in Manorhamilton, Co. Leitrim, Maureen Keaney
  • Gordon Wilson: An Ordinary Hero, Alf McCreary
  • Sit Down Guard!, Eamonn Gunn
  • The Castle Street Band Commemorative Booklet
  • Dromahaire-Stories & Pictures, Proinnsíos Ó Duigneáin
  • Mullies – A History, Mullies Organising Committee
  • Killargue: History & Heritage, Padraic Cullen
  • Glenfarne: A History, The Glenfarne Historical Society
  • Carrigeengeare National School 1839-1966, The Carrigeengeare School Reunion Committee
  • Lurganboy: A Social History, Lurganboy Development Association
  • Rossinver Braes, Cumann Seanchaís Ros Inbhír
  • St. Osnat’s Church Glencar 1846-1996, Brendan Rooney
  • North Leitrim Glens: Stroll and Hill Walks in North Leitrim and Sligo, David Herman
  • The Leitrim Guardian Magazine
  • The Diocese of Kilmore 1100-1800, Liam Kelly
  • The Diocese of Kilmore 1800-1950, Daniel Gallogly