School: Coillte Críotáin

Erris, Co. Roscommon
Nóra Nic Aodhgáin
The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0236, Page 409

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0236, Page 409

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  2. 4. In olden times people used to eat three meals a day. The people did work in the morning before their breakfast. They used to sit on the middle of the floor. Oaten bread was eaten. Plum-pudding and turkey was eaten at Christmas, pan-cakes on Shrove Tuesday.
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