The following are a list of book titles relating to Co. Fermanagh. The topics are varied: history, heritage, geology, language and some tourist guides. Some of these may be easily obtainable, some are rare and out of print. Some are books and some pamphlets
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For these entries the highlighted name is usually the author, then, the name of the book. Followed by theh place of publication and sometimes the publisher, then the year of publication.
Belmore, Somerset Richard Lowry-Corry, Earl of, 1835-1913. – Parliamentary memoirs of Fermanagh and Tyrone, from 1613 to 1885 / by the Ea. – Dublin : Alex. Thom & Co, 1887.
Bradshaw, W.H. Enniskillen long ago: An Historic Sketch of the Parish. 1878
Canning, W. J. – Ballyshannon, Belcoo, Bertincourt : the history of the 11th Bn. The Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers (Donegal and Fermanagh Volunteers) in the First World War. . – Dunsilly Lodge : W. Canning, 1996
Carney, James, 1914-. – The Irish bardic poet :a study in the relationship of poet and patron as exemplified in the persons of the poet, Eochaidh O hEoghusa (O’Husseg) and his various patrons, mainly members of the Maguire family of Fermanagh – Dublin : Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1985.
Duanaire Mhéig Uidhir :the poembook of Cú Chonnacht Mág Uidhir, Lord of Fermanagh 1566-1589 /edited from the Copenhagen manuscript by David Greene . – Dublin : Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies (School of Celtic Studies), 1972.
Duffy, J. (Ed.)A Clogher Record Album: a diocescan history
Dundas, W.H. Enniskillen Parish and Town. Dundalk, 1913
Fermanagh : its special landscapes : :a study of the Fermanagh countryside and its heritage /Department of the Environment for Northern Ireland. – Belfast : HMSO, 1991
Friel, Charles P.. – Fermanagh’s railways : a photographic tribute / Charles P. Friel, Norman Joh. – Newtownards, Co. Down : Colourpoint Press, 1998.
Irish folk history : folktales from the north / (selected by) Henry Glassie/drawings by the author. – Dublin : O’Brien Press, 1982
King, Charles Sir. (Ed.)Henry’s Upper Lough Erne in 1739. Dublin, 1892
Livingstone, Peadar. – The Fermanagh story :a documented history of the County Fermanagh from the earliest times to the present day – Enniskillen : Cumann Seanchais Chlochair, 1969.
Lowe, Henry N. – County Fermanagh 100 years ago : a guide and directory 1880. – Belfast : Friar’s Bush Press, 1990.
Mac Annaidh, Séamus. – Fermanagh books, writers and newspapers of the nineteenth century : [a bibli. – Marmara Denizi : Enniskillen and Belfast, 1999.
Fermanagh books, writers and newspapers of the nineteenth century :[a bibliographical and biographical dictionary] /Séamus Mac Annaidh
McCabe, Eugene, 1930-. – Christ in the fields : a Fermanagh trilogy / Eugene McCabe. – London : Minerva, 1993
McCabe, Eugene, 1930-. – Victims : a tale from Fermanagh / by Eugene McCabe. – London : Gollancz, 1976.
Maguire, John, 1902-. – Come day, go day, God send Sunday :the songs and life story, told in his own words, of John Maguire, traditional singer and farmer from Co. Fermanagh /collated by Robin Morton. – London : Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1973
Maguire of Fermanagh family. -: The Maguires of Fermanagh- Baile Atha Cliath : M. H. Gill, 1917
Maguire, W. A. (William Alexander), 1932-. Heydays, fair-days and not-so-good old days : a Fermanagh estate and village in the photographs of the Langham family, 1890-1918 m family, 1890-1918. Belfast : Friar’s Bush, 1986.
McKenna, J. E (James Edward), d. 1931. – Fermanagh and its princes / by J. E. McKenna. – Dublin : Catholic Truth Society of Ireland, 1910
McKenna, J. E, Canon. – Devenish (Lough Erne) : its history, antiquities, and traditions. – Dublin : Gill, 1897
O’Connell, Philip. The Diocese of Kilmore:: it’s history and antiquities. Dublin, 1937
O’Donovan, John, 1809-1861. – John O’Donovan’s letters from County Fermanagh (1834) :Letters containing information relative to the antiquities and families and places of County Fermanagh collected during the Ordnance Survey in 1834 /edited by John B. Cunningham- Belleek : St. Davog’s Press, 1993
Ordnance survey memoirs of Ireland / edited by Angélique Day and Patrick McW. – Vol.14 : Parishes of County Fermanagh. – II : 1834-5 Lower Lough Erne. – Belfast : Institute of Irish Studie
Ordnance survey memoirs of Ireland / edited by Angélique Day and Patrick McW. – Vol.4, I,Parishes of County Fermanagh 1834-5, Enniskillen & Upper Lough Erne: Institute of Irish Studies in association with the Royal Irish Academy
Ó Mórdha, Séamus P.. – Some aspects of the literary tradition of the Bréifne-Fermanagh area / by Sé. – [Cavan] : [Cumann Seanchais Bhreifne], 1984
Parke, William K., 1926-. – A Fermanagh childhood. – Belfast : Friar’sBush, 1988
Rogers, Richard. – The North East : Down, Antrim, Armagh, Derry, Tyrone, Fermanagh. – Dublin : Gill and Macmillan, 1980. – (Irish walk guides ; 4).
Rowan, Alistair, 1938-. – North west Ulster : the counties of Londonderry, Donegal, Fermanagh, and Tyrone. – Harmondsworth : Penguin, 1979. – (Thebuildings of Ireland ; 1).
Steele,W.B. The Parish of Devinish, 1937
Trimble, William Copeland, 1851-. – The history of Enniskillen with reference to some manors in co. Fermanagh :. – Enniskillen : W. Trimble, 1919.
Walsh, Paul, 1885-1941. – The earliest records of Fermanagh
Yesterday once more : a stroll down memory lane : Fermanagh – Donegal – Germany. – (Enniskillen?) : (Fermanagh District Council?), 1994.