Language and Landscape in the Connemara Gaeltacht

@article{Maguire2002LanguageAL,
  title={Language and Landscape in the Connemara Gaeltacht},
  author={Peter A. Maguire},
  journal={Journal of Modern Literature},
  year={2002},
  volume={26},
  pages={107 - 99}
}
All Catholics (and many Protestant Royalists) above the rank of tradesman or labourer were to remove themselves and their families into Connacht and Clare, where they were given small allotments. Any of those ordered away found east of the Shannon after May 1st, 1654, might be killed by whoever met them. The move had to be made mostly in winter. The season was very severe, and the roads almost impassable. Hundreds perished on the way.2 
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