School: Baile Glas (Meastha), An Bhlárna (roll number 10930)

Location:
Ballyglass, Co. Cork
Teacher:
Máiréad, Bean Uí Bhuachalla
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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0388, Page 078

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0388, Page 078

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  1. The old houses the people had long ago were thatched houses. The roof of the houses was thatched with heather, small slates, and rushes. The slates were got out of the slate quarries. The old houses had settle beds in the kitchen. The fire place was always at the gable end. The old houses had chimneys The old floor was an earthen floor. The firing they had was
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      1. man-made structures
        1. buildings
          1. residential buildings (~2,723)
    Language
    English
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    Gender
    Female