Full title: Beneath the Poulaphuca reservoir: the 1939 Poulaphuca survey of the lands flooded by the Liffey reservoir scheme
Creator / Author: Christiaan Corlett (editor)
Item Type / Page count: Book / 352p
When Published: 2008
Publisher / Place of Publication: Stationery Office, Dublin.
About: A handsome and comprehensive presentation of the results of a survey that took place in 1939 of the lands that were soon to be flooded forever to create the Poulaphuca Reservoir. The editor brings to light for the first time the maps, photographs, folklore and recollections of an area now submerged.
ID number(s): 0755776062 / 9780755776061
Chapters: Preface — Introducion — Poulaphuca area — Origins of the Liffey Reservoir Scheme — The Poulaphuca Survey — Significance of the survey — Conclusion — Editor’s Note — The Survey: Areas A to G — Appendix1: Archaeological investigations — Appendix 2: Acquisitions by the National Museum of Ireland — Appendix 3: Burgage Graveyard — Appendix 4: Burgage Burial Register — Appendix 5: Sources of the material collected during the Poulaphuca Survey — Appendix 6: An account of the Irish Army engineers blowing up Blessington Bridge — Index.
Extra #1: includes many photographs, maps and illustrations.
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