​The Co. 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. 9 (2003) includes the following articles:

– Co. Roscommon Historical & Archaeological Society-information,
– A Tribute to Mary Gormley,
– An Unsolved Mystery 1903,
– In the Shadows of the Curlews,
– The Tour of 2002,
– Paddy Moran of Crossna,
– Cloontuskert Parish 1749,
– Roscommon Protestant Meeting 1812,
– The Roscommon Abbey Watercolour,
– A County Roscommon Farmers’ Journal 1839 – 51,
– Where was Major Denis Mahon shot?,
– Land League and Agrarian Crime,
– The Shepherds’ Association in Roscommon,
– Medieval Settlement Focus moves to County Roscommon,
– The Moated Site at Cloonfree, Co. Roscommon,
– Early Medieval Settlement and Economy in North Roscommon,
– Field Kilns of the Mid 19th Century,
– A Lime Kiln of the Ballymoe – Glinsk Area,
– Early use of concrete in County Roscommon,
– Heritage in Roscommon,
– Scregg House, Killinvoy, Co. Roscommon,
– Séan Ó Neachtain (1640/50 – 1728),
– Granlahan School,
– Roderic Ó Connor, His Heritage, His Education, His Legacy,
– The Croftons in Connacht,
– The Connacht Scene in the 1612 Period,
– The Boys Town Connection – 2002,
– My Memories of Main Street, Roscommon,
– Home Chores of the Century Past,
– Description Front & Back Cover,
​- Our Graveyard.