School: Kilcullen (B.)

Location:
Kilcullen, Co. Kildare
Teacher:
Pádraig Ó Broin

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0776D, Page 02_020

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griddle bread. Poor people always thrashed their corn with a flail. A flail is two sticks tied together. A good dead of oaten bread was used.

Long ago houses were not made the same as they are made now. They were made with yellow clay. They were called mud Cabins.People used to get rushes from the bogs and dip them in tallow. People cut the rushes peeled them, baught the tallow dried the rushes and dipped them in the tallow. They did this

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Collector
Mícheáll Ó Thuathaill
Gender
male
Address
Nicholastown, Co. Kildare
Language
English