CAIN Web Service
'Silent Voices', by Sligo County Council (2011)
Text: Sligo County Council ... Page Compiled: Martin Melaugh
The contents of the following book has been contributed by the copyright holder, Sligo County Council. The views expressed in this book do not necessarily reflect the views of the members of the CAIN Project. The CAIN Project would welcome other material which meets our guidelines for contributions.
The full contents of the book are available below:
by Sligo County Council (2011)
Published by Sligo County Council
Original copyright notice:
Readers may use these materials solely for personal and non-commercial use. Readers may download or send material to a printer solely for these purposes. It is forbidden to otherwise copy, modify, or distribute the contents of these pages, or publish, broadcast, transmit, or otherwise distribute any portion of this publication either in machine-readable form or any other form without the express written authorization of Sligo County Council.
For permissions and other copyright-related questions, please contact:
Community & Enterprise Department
Sligo County Council
Tel: +353 71 9111111
|Where will I start?
|The shadow becomes lighter
|We didn't know half of what was going on
|Any chance of a salmon?
|I wanted to start a new life
|It's a different story nowadays
|Keeping the family secret
|It was so different from the north
|If I was born on the other side
|We only had the Provos
|In business you get a different view of life
|I am grateful to be alive
|It's just part of my family history
|That was all down to the North
|One event changed my life forever
|Nothing is simple
|Crossing the line
|I was so caught up in it all
|It is important for me to keep my culture
|Looking for directions
|Republicans have feelings – We are flesh and blood
|It was absolutely crazy stuff
|Do you go across the Border much?
|It was all over in five minutes
|There was no other path for me ...
|The struggle in Africa
|I went from strength to strength but it wasn't easy
|You were with your own people
The above contents have been added to the CAIN Web site as part of:
Accounts of the Conflict