Joe McGowan

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Joe McGowan (7 January 1944, Mullaghmore, Co. Sligo, Ireland) is an Irish historian, folklorist, and author specialising in the history and heritage of Ireland. He is based in Sligo.[1]

Bibliography[edit]

  • 1993 In the Shadow of Benbulben: A Portrait of Our Storied Past, Aeolus Publications
  • 1998 Inishmurray: Gale, Stone and Fire, Aeolus Publications
  • 2001 Echoes of a Savage Land, Mercier Press,
  • 2003 Constance Markievicz: People's Countess, Cottage Press
  • 2004 Sligo: Land of Destiny, Aeolus Publications
  • 2005 Inishmurray: Island Voices, Aeolus Publications History and heritage of Inishmurray Island, Co. Sligo
  • 2007 "A Fairy Wind",short stories, music, songs and monologues, Aeolus Publications
  • 2009 "A Bitter Wind", Aeolus Publications, an account of Irish country life as it was lived up to and including the 20th century.
  • 2015 "Sligo Folk Tales",Irish History Press, legends, myths and folkore of Co. Sligo

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Paradise lost - the Sligo village still tainted by tragedy". Irish Independent. 17 May 2015. Retrieved 7 June 2017. 

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