Bonner, Brian [1972]
Our Inis Eoghan Heritage: The Parish of Culdaff and Cloncha
Dublin 1972

Bonner, Brian [1974]
Where Aileach Guards
Limerick 1974

Bonner, Brian [1975]
That Audacious Traitor
Limerick 1975

Bonner, Brian [1982]
Derry – An Outline History of the Diocese
Dublin 1982

Beattie, Sean [1994]
Ancient Monuments of Inishowen
Carndonagh 1994

Bord, Janet and Colin [1972]
Mysterious Britain
St. Albans 1972

Bronwick, James [1894]
Irish Druids and Old Irish Religions
London 1894

Byrne, Conall [1990]
Malin Aspects of History
Malin 1990

Byrne, Conall [1992]
John Colgan Donagh (1592 – 1992)
Carondonagh 1992

Colhoun, Mabel R. [1995]
The Heritage of Inishowen its Archaeology, History and Folklore
North West Archaeology and Historical Society 1995

Day & McWilliams [Editors]
Ordnance Survey Memoirs or Ireland Parishes of Donegal 1833 – 1835 North East Donegal Vol 38
Belfast 1997

Doherty, W. J. [1891]
Inis-Owen and Tirconnel
Dublin 1891

Donegal Annual
1947 – 2007

Fitzgerald, Fr. John [1982]
Mass Rocks of Inishowen
Buncrana 1982

Lacy, Brian [1983]
Archaeological Survey of County Donegal: A description of the Field Antiquities from the Mesolithic Period of the 17th Century AD
Donegal 1983

Maghtochair [1935]
Inishowen: Its History, Traditions and Antiquities
Carndonagh 1935

McNally, Kenneth [1984]
Standing Stones and other Monuments of Early Ireland
Belfast 1984

Montgomery, Bishop H. [1991]
A History of Moville and its Neighbourhood
Moville 1991

Nolan, Ronayne, Dunlevy [1995]
Donegal History & Society
Dublin 1995

Rowan, Alister [1979]
North West Ulster
Penguin Books London 1979

Swan, Harry P. [1938]
The Book of Inishowen
Buncrana 1938

Swan, Harry P. [1947]
Romantic Inishowen
Dublin 1947

Swan, Harry P. [1949]
Twixt Foyle and Swilly
Dublin 1949

Swan, Harry P. [1964]
Romantic Donegal: Its Songs, Poety and Ballads
Belfast 1964

Young, Amy [1929]
300 Years in Inishowen
Belfast 1929

For further reading and background information please consult various works by John Toland, John Colgan and Charles Macklin, three of the most eminent writers to emerge from Inishowen.