Until the end of 16th century, Ulster was the most Gaelic part of Ireland. Fifty years later, it was the last Gaelic part. In 1607 Hugh O'Neill, Earl of Tyrone, and other Gaelic chieftains fled the continent and settled in Rome. Their lands were declared forfeit to the crown and were cleared for the plantation of Ulster, which followed....
|Title||:||The Flight Of The Earls|
|Number of Pages||:||277 Pages|
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The Flight Of The Earls Reviews
A potentially dry subject treated well. A fascinating history that involved one of my ancestors, Hugh O'Neill.