Society and administration in Ulster's plantation towns /

Although much has been written on the Ulster Plantation, no sustained work on its urban aspects has been undertaken since the research of Robert Hunter a generation ago. This collection aims to fill this gap, with essays on a range of subjects such as poverty and the Irish in Urban Ulster, Catholici...

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Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Scott, Brendan, 1978- (Editor)
Format: Book
Published: Dublin : Four Courts Press, [2019]
Table of Contents:
  • Ulster Plantation towns: an archaeology of rhetoric and reality / Rachel Treacy & Audrey Horning
  • 'Lanterns of civility': Ulster's plantation towns: planning, development and urban from, 1609-30 / Jonathan Cherry
  • Starting from scratch: the first thirty years of Coleraine's development / BrĂ­d McGrath
  • Belturbet, County Cavan: the development and administration of an Ulster plantation town / Brendan Scott
  • Building early modern property portfolios: London's urban influence in seventeenth-century Ulster / Annaleigh Margey
  • Strabane in seventeenth century: a plantation town and its Hamilton landlords / William Roulston
  • Ulster's urban network, Dublin and the problem of the poor, 1600-1750 / Patrick Fitzgerald
  • The Irish presence in urban Ulster, 1610-41 / Gerard Farrell
  • Markets and market towns in the Ulster plantation / Raymond Gillespie
  • Catholicism and the Ulster Plantation towns / Colm Lennon
  • Planting Protestantism in urban Ulster / Robert Armstrong.