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Even as Americans keep moving 'all over the map' in the late twentieth century, they cherish memories of the places they come from. But where do these places—these regions—come from? What makes them so real? In this groundbreaking book a distinguished group of historians explores the concept of region in America, traces changes the idea has undergone in our national experience, and examines its meaning for Americans today.

Far from diminishing in importance, the authors conclude, regional differences continue to play a significant role in Americans' self-image. Regional identity, in fact, has always been fed by the very forces that many people think threaten its existence today: a central government, an aggressive economy, and connections with places beyond regional boundaries. Calling into question widely held notions about how Americans came to differ from one another and explaining why those differences continue to flourish, this iconoclastic study—by scholars with differing regional ties—will refresh and redirect the centuries-old discussion over Americans' conceptions of themselves.

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9780801853920

Publication Date

1996

Publisher

Johns Hopkins University Press

City

Baltimore, MD

Keywords

regions, United States, history

School

School of Arts and Sciences

Department

History

Disciplines

American Studies United States History

Recommended Citation

Ayers, Edward L., Patricia Nelson Limerick, Stephen Nissenbaum, and Peter S. Onuf. All Over the Map: Rethinking American Regions. Baltimore, Md.: Johns Hopkins Univ. Press, 1996.

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  1. County map of Ireland

The county map of Ireland below shows all 32 historical counties on theisland. It makes no distinction between the Republic of Ireland and NorthernIreland. See the right-hand column for lists of the respective counties foreach area.

The county map of Ireland below shows all 32 historical counties of the island. It makes no distinction between the Republic of Ireland and NorthernIreland. See the lists of the respective counties foreach below.


You can download a full-page version, free, via the link in the Where Next? section further down the page.

The names of the counties are those in modern use. And theyare referred to individually with the word 'county' coming before the name, notafter.

So, if your ancestors came from Clare, they would have saidthey came from County Clare, not from Clare County.

The only exceptions were 'King's County' and 'Queen'sCounty' which have now reverted to their former names of County Offaly andCounty Laois respectively.

You'll find historical and other pertinent general information about the counties of Ireland below.

Alphabetical list of counties

The six counties of Northern Ireland (UK) are Antrim, Armagh, LondonDerry, Down, Fermanagh and Tyrone.

The 26 counties of the Republic of Ireland are Carlow, Cavan, Clare, Cork, Donegal, Dublin, Galway, Kerry, Kildare, Kilkenny, Laois, Leitrim, Limerick, Longford, Louth, Mayo, Meath, Monaghan, Offaly, Roscommon, Sligo, Tipperary, Waterford, Westmeath, Wexford and Wicklow.

You can also find out more about each of the Irish countieson the pages below, which are arranged alphabetically:

Antrim - Dublin

Fermanagh - Louth

Mayo - Sligo

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Tipperary - Wicklow

These pages provide a little extra social and historicalinformation about each of the counties.


The six counties of Northern Ireland (UK) are Antrim, Armagh, LondonDerry, Down, Fermanagh and Tyrone.

The 26 counties of the Republic of Ireland are Carlow, Cavan, Clare, Cork, Donegal, Dublin, Galway, Kerry, Kildare, Kilkenny, Laois, Leitrim, Limerick, Longford, Louth, Mayo, Meath, Monaghan, Offaly, Roscommon, Sligo, Tipperary, Waterford, Westmeath, Wexford and Wicklow.

Irish counties: Historical background

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As you familiarise yourself with the county map of Ireland and start to use it in your genealogy research, you may find the following information useful:

Thecounties of Ireland were created between the late 12th century, when the AngloNormans invaded, and the early 17th century, and tend to follow the ancient linesdrawn between powerful clan families.

Dublinwas the first county to be set up with a sheriff empowered with legal, militaryand administrative controls. From that point, the process of creating thecounties of Ireland spread out mainly eastwards and did not reach the northuntil the early 1600s.

Antrimand Down were the first Ulster counties created, with the rest remaining'un-shired' until about 1585.

Itwas Wicklow, however, that in 1606 became the very last of the counties ofIreland to be formed.

Someof the names of the counties of Ireland have changed over the years. You maywell encounter these alternative names when you are looking at historical andgenealogical documents.

Youmay come across:

  • Caterlaugh or Caterlagh, rather than County Carlow, on medieval maps
  • County Coleraine, which became County Derry, which is also known as County Londonderry (the names are interchangeable)
  • Queen's County (not County Queens), which is now County Laois and sometimes written as Leix, and
  • King's County (not County Kings), which is now County Offaly.

Therealso used to be the counties of Nether Tyrone and Upper Tyrone which weremerged to become simply County Tyrone, and, until 1606, the county of Desmondwhich was shared between Cork and Kerry.

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  • Download a full-page (pdf) version of the County map of Ireland.

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  • See some more printable maps of Ireland and find facts on Ireland's geography.
  • Not sure where/when your Irish ancestors lived? Find out how to start tracing your Irish Roots.

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