These Customs will Live In Ireland as long as Grass Grows and Water Runs and Oppression and Slavery have Failed to Destroy Them, Visiting the Spring on May Day Morning, St. John’s Eve, Skellig, Samhain from 1938 School Folklore Collection, Carrigboy School, Durrus. West Cork.

Breda McCarthy, Coolculaghta.

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