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Cruinniú na mBád - New Quay - 1835

Freeman’s Journal 14th December, 1835 P4

A few days ago a regatta took place at New Quay. Mr O’Connell Esq., M.P. acted as commodore, and he and John Scott, of Cahercon, Esq., both subscribed 10/s towards the amusements. 73 more words

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Nanook of the North: Robert J Flaherty- An Anthropological Disposition

A Documentary released in the 1922 has enough to entice the audience of that era. But very much fails to impress a present day viewer due to represent day knowledge availability and highly spoken constructionism in film. 300 more words

O'Dochartaigh-Flaherty

The O’Dochartaigh-Flaherty family was one of the first families to move to Portsiamsa in the summer of 1999.

   

   

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Style Your Knits: Flaherty

I’ve already mentioned in a previous blog post how much I love Flaherty from Norah Gaughan vol. 15. So when we started choosing designs for these videos, it got my vote. 39 more words

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Nanook of the North #MovieReview

Film 60 in the “1001 Films to See Before You Die” challenge was 1922’s “Nanook of the North”. I didn’t know much going into it apart from the main focus of the film. 1,118 more words

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Ashley's Adventures in Knitting: Flaherty With a Bit of Flair

My Flaherty has flair…at least that’s my official position. In reality, I royally flubbed this project. And I didn’t notice my mistakes until I was 14 inches and several months in. 270 more words

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K. Flay Releases SF-Shot Music Video for New "Thicker Than Dust"

K. Flay is on the road with the VANS Warped Tour currently, which means you just missed her here in the Bay, but as a perennial Bay Area resident, chances are she’ll be back soon enough. 184 more words

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