School: An Dubh-Chearn (roll number 9534)

Location:
An Dúchorrán, Co. Liatroma
Teacher:
Bean Mhic an Ríogh
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  1. I have a churn at home. A churn is a round wooden vessel made of strong timber. It is about five feet high + three wide. The sides are slanted. It it seven or eight years old. The various parts are called dash, lid and jojjler.
    In the Winter the churning is done once a week and twice in Summer
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    Language
    English
    Collector
    Brigid Sutherland
    Gender
    Female
    Address
    Tuaim, Co. Liatroma
    Informant
    Brigid Sutherland
    Gender
    Female
    Address
    Tuaim, Co. Liatroma