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Maritime Communities of the North Atlantic Arc in the Early Modern Period

Journal of the North Atlantic

Special Volume 12

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Acknowledgments

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Introduction

1
Maritime Connections: Landscape and Lordship along the Gaelic Atlantic Seaboard of Scotland and the North of Ireland during the Middle Ages
Colin Breen

3
By Land and by Sea: The Role of the Maritime Sphere in the Expansion of O’Donnell Power ca. 1380–1500
Simon Egan

16
“A Cultural Backwater”: The “Localness” of Dùn Èistean, Ness and its Place in the Wider Maritime World of Northwest Scotland
Rachel C. Barrowman

32
The Maritime Dimension to Scotland’s “Highland Problem”, ca. 1540–1630
Aonghas MacCoinnich

44
Plantation: Its Process in Relation to Scotland’s Atlantic Communities, 1590s–1630s
Thomas Brochard

73
Maritime Dimension to Plantation in Ulster, ca. 1550–ca. 1600
Alison Cathcart

95
Conclusion: Networks, Flows, and Resonances in the Gaelic North Atlantic
Audrey Horning

112

 

 

 

 

 

 

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