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The Battle of Carlow, Bill Nolan.jpg
Location: Carlow town
Poem about the massacre of the rebels in 1798, in Carlow town; more than 600 bodies were buried in the Croppies' Grave in Graiguecullen.

The Battle of Kilcumney  Teresa Malone.jpg
Location: South Carlow
The historian can give a macro description of what happened. This micro description of a 1798 local incident of bravery and defiance is remembered and saluted

The Battle of the Wheat 1.jpg
Location: County Carlow
The farmer was also a patriot, working hard to feed the people.

The Beet Song 1, E. Power.jpg
Location: South Carlow
Working the beet was hard work. Here Eddie power gives the complaints from a series of 'whingers'!

Bishop James doyle J.K.L. 1.jpg
Location: Carlow county
The poem is in praise of the great bishop known as JKL.

Bloody Sunday 1920.jpg
Location: County Carlow
Luke regisrters the disgust felt throughout the country at the killings by English troops in Croke Park on 'Bloody Sunday@.

The Boatmen That Are Gone, Tony Malone.MP3
Location: West Carlow, Barrow
The title says it all: looking back at a way of life and of work that are gone, the Barrow boys are no more. The author, Kit Ennis, was a lock keeper at Tinnahinch lock (Graiguenamanagh) in the 1920s.

Bobby Miller's Great Fifteen.jpg
Location: Carlow town
Tribute to the great Eire Og team of the early 1990s
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