The County Roscommon Historical and Archaeological Society Journal is a fascinating collection of articles devoted to the study of Roscommon’s past, both modern and ancient. With topics ranging from archaeology to history, folklore to heritage, there is something for everybody.

Vol. 8 (2000) includes the following articles:

– St Patrick Church Knockcroghery,
– Walter A Jones,
– 8th Century Stone,
– Extracts from Roscommon Herald 1897,
– Cregameen and other Townlands in the Parish of Kilkeevin,
– An Early Map of Castlerea,
– From Fuerty to Wisconsin,
– How the Parish of Kilkeevin cane into existence,
– The Demise of Vernacular Architecture in Co. Roscommon / Dream Cottage,
– Elphin Transition Year Students take stock,
– Cruachan Ai to the future from the past,
– The Lavin Sept,
– The Village Stations in the 1920’s,
– The Chronicle of the 19th Century,
– The Park, Athlone from Brewery to Secondary School,
– Ballintubber by Reflection – A.D. 2000
– Roscommon Town,
– Nimble Hands,
– Douglas Hyde – His Diaries,
– Buried Pipe Heads came alive and an old craft revived,
– James J. O’Kelly Forgotton Patriot,
– Private Patrick Banks 1251 88th Regiment,
– The Highs and Lows of the Cregga Hills,
– Industrial Development in County Roscommon,
– Archaeological Acquisitions in 1861,
– The Meeting of Kings in County Roscommon 997 A.D.,
– The Destitution Census The Diocese of Elphin,
– Corn Milling Through the Ages,
– What We used to Die of,
– The Doon of Drumsna,
– Extracts from Roscommon and Leitrim Gazette,
– Roscommon Presbyterian Church,
– Justice William J. Brennan Jr.United States Supreme Court Justice,
– Growing up in Ballintubber,
– A Ramble around the Northwest of Lough Gara,
– Horse Doctors – The old and the New,
– The Smith,
– The Fair Day is a thing of the past,
– Some Roscommon Wild Geese,
– The Parliamentary Gazetteer of Ireland 1846,
– Farming in the Forties,
– Disappearing Customs,
– Rural Life in the Forties,
– Vaughan Vibrations / Flood Control,
– St. Johns – An area of international historical significance,
– Attempts at Land reform in South Roscommon 1854 – 1867,
– Roscommon Flowery Vales,
– History of the O’Conor’s,
– Battle of Kinnitty 1397,
– ​Urney Church