The Catholics of Ulster: A History

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1a. Belfast from the River Lagan. Cave Hill in the Distance. Engraving by Marcus Ward & Co., 1863, in the collection of the Ulster Museum, Belfast (Photograph reproduced with the kind permission of the Trustees of the National Museums and Galleries of Northern Ireland)
1b. West Belfast Peace Wall separating the Loyalist Shankhill Road and Nationalist Falls Road, 1994 (Photograph: © Pacemaker)
2a. Aerial photograph of Emain Macha (Navan Fort) (Photograph: Environment and Heritage Service, Belfast © British Crown Copyright 2000. Published by permission of the Controller of Her Britannic Majesty's Stationery Office)
2b. Statue of Cú Chulainn, republican plot, City Cemetery, Brandywell, Derry (Photograph: © Allan Leonard)
3a. The Dartmouth College Map of the North East of Ireland, Map 25, c. 1586. Detail showing Tullahoge, County Tyrone (Photograph: © National Maritime Museum, London)
3b. Aerial photograph of Tullahoge Fort (Photograph: Environment and Heritage Service, Belfast © British Crown Copyright 2000. Published by permission of the Controller of Her Britannic Majesty's Stationery Office)
4. The Chief of the MacSweeneys seated at Dinner, Plate III in The Image of Ireland by John Derrick, 1581, republished by Adam and Charles Black, Edinburgh, 1883
5a. Hedge Row School Mural, Ardoyne Avenue, Belfast (Photograph: © Allan Leonard)
5b. Orange banner, Loyal Orange Lodge 273, Portadown No. 1 District (Photograph: Carleton Orange Hall, Portadown)
6a. Mural of a Mass Rock, Ardoyne Avenue, Belfast (Photograph: © Allan Leonard)
6b. Mural of the Virgin Mary, Berwick Road, Ardoyne, Belfast (Photograph: © Allan Leonard)

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