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by T. Parkhill
"The widespread establishment of schools throughout the province of Ulster from the early years of the nineteenth century and before is in itself a feature of considerable historical significance whose implications for research in areas such as literacy, the consolidation of Protestantism and the preservation of the Irish language and culture have long been acknowledged and which have recently been researched more intensively."
This article examines the value of school records in genealogical research.