A History of Ireland
by Edmund Curtis
Publisher: University Paperbacks 1922
Number of pages: 454
The traditions of the Irish people are the oldest of any race in Europe north and west of the Alps, and they themselves are the longest settled on their own soil. When they learned to write they recorded the tradition that they originally came from northern Spain.
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