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Published since 1953, it forms a well of knowledge on the local history of
all parts of the diocese of Clogher. Our editorial committee sources and selects
articles and is interested to hear from prospective contributors. The emphasis
is on well-researched and written, original material with relevance to the history
of the diocese of Clogher. The journal covers a broad range of topics, from
archaeology to modern history — search our online index by author, topic
or keyword — click here to go to the index.
Our back issues contain articles on subjects such as: Partition, Sectarianism,
Unionism, the UVF, Sinn Féin. We have contributions on the various religions
present here: Presbyterianism, the Church of Ireland, the Catholic Church
and Methodism and you can also find contacts for these organisations our links
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