School: An Clochán (B)

Location:
Clifden, Co. Galway
Teacher:
An Br. Angelo Mac Shámhais
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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0004, Page 159

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0004, Page 159

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    Then the girl went out for a walk and while she was out the mother said she would take a cup of tea. While she was drinking the tea a chair was thrown into the kitchen from the sitting-room. She ran out a neighbour's house and the neighbour said that was a hanunted room.
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  2. Once upon a time Errismore was all sand. One day as men were going to the sea they saw a stone sticking up out of the sand. The place they saw the stone is around the racecourse. After that it was called Errismore. The first place that got green was the racecourse.
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    1. agents (~1)
      1. supernatural and legendary beings (~14,864)
    2. place-space-environment
      1. local lore, place-lore (~10,595)
    Language
    English
    Location
    Clifden, Co. Galway
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    Gender
    Male
    Informant
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    Gender
    Female