Padraic Colum, ed., A Treasury of Irish Folklore, the stories, traditions, legends, humours, wisdom, ballads and songs of the Irish People, ed. with intro. by Patrick Colum, 2nd rev. ed. (NY:Crown Pub. 1967), 613pp.

In 9 Parts, being: ‘The Irish Edge’; ‘Heroes of Old’; ‘Great Chiefs and Uncrowned Kings’; ‘Ireland Without Leaders’; ‘Ways and Traditions’; ‘Fireside Tales’; ‘The Face of the Land’; ‘Ballads and Songs’; includes also John Hewitt’s, “Once Alien Here”, under sect. ‘A Bit of the North’; also ‘Winter’ by James Orr, collected by Hewitt in Rann (Lisburn), winter 1950, p.6. Abbé Edgeworth is quoted at p.248. Numerous biog. articles from The Gael, viz., Geraldine M. Haverty ‘Lord Edward Fitzgerald’ (Sept. 1901), pp.293-296; Charles O’Hanlon, ‘John Philpot Curran,’ Gael (Feb. 1900), pp.52-54, New York. Douglas Hyde, ‘A Famous Mayo Poet’ [Raftery], The Gael, April 1903, pp.115-116.

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