The book Richhill - A Portrait of an Ulster Village tells the story of our home from earliest times and describes the impact of major events in Irish history. The experiences of the Plantation, Famine, Partition and the Great War are seen through the eyes of those who lived through them. Aristocrats and cottiers, soldiers and Orangemen jostle through the pages of this lively account.
Published by the Richhill Buildings Preservation Trust with the support of the Heritage Lottery Fund.
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A Short Walk Through Richhill contains a selection of watercolours of the village by local artist Olive Leckey. The historical notes are by Brett Hannam. It provides a charming introduction to a delightful place.
Published by Ballyknock Books.
Paperback, 22 pages, Saddle-stitch biding, Full colour, Weight 0.1 kg Dimensions (centimetres) 22.86 wide x 17.78 tall.