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Published by Queens University Belfast. Department of Geography .
Written in English


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Statementedited by N. Stephens and R.E. Glasscock.
ContributionsGlasscock, R. E., Evans, E. E., Queen"s University of Belfast. Department of Geography.
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Open LibraryOL19946143M

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Irish geographical studies in honour of E. Estyn Evans. Belfast, Queen's University of Belfast, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: E Estyn Evans; Nicholas Stephens; Robin E Glasscock Irish geographical studies in honour of E. Estyn Evans edited by Nicholas Stephens and Robin E. Glasscock Queen's University of Belfast, IRISH GEOGRAPHICAL STUDIES IN HONOUR OF E. ESTYN EVANS, edited by Nicholas Stephens and Robin E. Gfasscock. Belfast: Department of Geography, Queen's University, xvi + Irish geographical studies in honour of E. Estyn Evans edited by Nicholas Stephens and Robin E. Glasscock Queen's University of Belfast

IRISH GEOGRAPHICAL STUDIES IN HONOUR OE E. ESTYN EVANS. Edited by N. Stephens and R. E. Jane M. Soons; P. J. Perry; Pages: ; First Published Subscribe to this journal; The official journal of the New Zealand Geographical Society. More from this journal News; New Zealand Geographer virtual issues; Criteria for NZG Best Article Awards 25 John H. Andrews, “Geography and Government in Elizabethan Ireland,” in Irish Geographical Studies in Honour of E. Estyn Evans, ed. Robin Glasscock (Belfast: Open Book Exam Component Scale Must Pass Component () Irish Geographical Studies in honour of E. Estyn Evans. Belfast: Queen’s University • Stout, M. () ‘Historical Geography’. In: Geary, L. and Kelleher, M. eds. Nineteenth-century Ireland: a guide to recent research. • Irish Newspaper Archive: E-Database available via   , 9Op) (a book of pages containing 11 papers on this theme given at a conference at Aberystwyth in ). In geographers produced two volumes in honour of E. Estyn Evans. Irish Geographical Studies, () edited by N. Stephens and R. E. Glasscock, (available from Department of Geography, Queen's University Belfast, £)

Irish Geographical Studies in honour of E. Estyn Evans (Eds., Stephens, N. and Glasscock, R.), Queens University Belfast, pp Related Articles Shelf-edge margins of the British-Irish Ice   Irish Geographical Studies, in honour of E. Estyn Evans, ed. NICHOLAS STEPHENS and ROBINGLASSCOCK, Department of Geography, Queenâ s University of Belfast, , E pp., ; This â Festschriftâ includes twenty-three chapters from as many contributors, all of who were or are now Professor Evansâ s colleagues at :// E. Estyn Evans was born 29 May, , opposite Darwin's birthplace in Mount Street, Frankwell, Shrewsbury. As a teenager, his father, George Owen Evans (), had worked in claypits and coalmines around Acrefair near Ruabon, Denbighshire, before entering Bala Andrews, J.H. () ‘Geography and Government in Elizabethan Ireland’, in N. Stephens and R.E. Glasscock (eds) Irish Geographical Studies in Honour of E. Estyn Evans (Belfast: Queen’s University Belfast), pp. – Google Scholar