School: Ceathrú Mhór (roll number 16289)

Location:
Carrowmore, Co. Mayo
Teacher:
Thomas F. O' Hara

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0126, Page 291

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dangerous. If he caught a hand or a leg of a person he would not let it go until he thought it was broken.
There were more animals in this district eighty or ninty years ago. The deer and the wolf were in it long ago and they are not in it now. The mole or squirrel do not live in this district.

The Nettle. This weed is called the neannróg in this district. It is a very destructive plant. There is a cure in the juice of the nettle for measles.
The feapbán. It is called the buttercup in this district. It is a

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Collector
Bernadette Carr
Gender
female
Address
Coolcashla, Co. Mayo
Language
English