The Book of Irish Families Great Small

Author: Michael C. O'Laughlin
Publisher: Irish Roots Cafe
ISBN: 0940134098
Release Date: 2002
Genre: Reference

This is the master volume to the 28 book set on Irish Family History from the Irish Genealogical Foundation. The largest and most comprehensive of the series, this volume includes family histories from every county in Ireland and Northern Ireland. It also has, for the first time, the complete surname index for the entire series. The 27 other books which are indexed in this volume will provide additional information on even more families.

County Tipperary Ireland

Author: Michael C. O'Laughlin
Publisher: Irish Roots Cafe
ISBN: 0940134543
Release Date: 2003
Genre: Reference

The Final Word A hands on guide to find your family within the county Tipperary . New; Full size 8 1/2 x 11; 76 pages; heavier parchment type cover; illustrations, some of which may appear faded with age as in the originals; County Map; Local Sources; Coats of Arms; and record extracts. Many families are given with family history notes, specific locations; coat of arms; and seats of power. Some are only mentioned. A must for any researcher. ( For a large collection of family histories within the county we also recommend "The Book of Irish Families, great & small", by O'Laughlin.)

Koyukon Athabaskan Dictionary

Author: Jules Jetté
Publisher: Alaska Native Language Center
ISBN: STANFORD:36105025948915
Release Date: 2000
Genre: Reference

This reference draws upon the extensive Koyukon vocabulary and grammatical materials recorded by Jesuit missionary and scholar Jules Jette from 1898 to about 1922, as well as the extensive information recorded by Koyukon scholar Eliza Jones from 1974 through 1999. The introduction presents biographical essays on the co-authors and articles about the Koyukon language area, dialects, sound system, history of the language work, and a summary of the contents. The main section contains 1,778 entries and sub-entries for about 8,800 vocabulary items that cover all aspects of Koyukon life, as well as about 2,700 mini-essays and descriptive comments by Jette, 90-plus illustrations (drawings, diagrams, and bandw photographs), and additional cultural and grammatical comments by Jones, expert speakers and specialists. Also contains appendices, finding aids, bibliographies, and a word-initial index. Annotation copyrighted by Book News Inc., Portland, OR

The Code of Federal Regulations of the United States of America

ISBN: STANFORD:36105063403500
Release Date: 1980
Genre: Administrative law

The Code of Federal Regulations is the codification of the general and permanent rules published in the Federal Register by the executive departments and agencies of the Federal Government.

More Irish families

Author: Edward MacLysaght
Publisher: Irish Academic Pr
ISBN: STANFORD:36105039506584
Release Date: 1982
Genre: Social Science

Together with the original Irish families, this book presents the result of the labours of Dr Edward MacLysaght. They will stand as a monument to this scholar. Libraries and genealogists who wish to have an encyclopaedia of Irish name lore at their elbow will invest in this rara avis, a definitive work.

A Mongolian Living Buddha

Author: Paul Hyer
Publisher: SUNY Press
ISBN: 087395713X
Release Date: 1983-01-01
Genre: Religion

The Khutughtus were highly ranked in the Lama Buddhist hierarchy. Considered equal to or higher than secular princes, they wielded great influence in both ecclesiastical and secular life in Inner Mongolia until the end of World War II. The career of the Kanjurwa Khughtu (1914-1980) covers an especially important period in Inner Mongolia. He was born soon after the Chinese Republican Revolution and the painful years of Mongolia's Independence Movement. He saw the period of war lords in China, followed by the struggles for Chinese unification, the rise of the Kuowuntany party and the establishment of the Central Government in Nanking. Notable in this period was the spectacular rise of the Inner Mongolian Autonomous Movement. The communist conquest of China had a decisive impact on the Kanjurwa's career and resulted in his flight to Taiwan, where he remained until his death. This unique work grew out of a two-year series of Mongolian-language interviews with the Kanjurwa, taped at his monastic residence.