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Wars and Conflict - The Plantation of Ulster

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The official Ulster Plantation covered the modern counties of Londonderry, Tyrone, Fermanagh, Armagh, Cavan and Donegal. Counties Down and Antrim were excluded because successful private Plantations had already begun to take place there.

Image of R.J. HunterRetired University of Ulster Historian R.J.Hunter explains the process of settlement set out below in the 17th century Plantation map of Ulster.
 

 
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17th century settlement map of Ulster
 
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