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Ta Ráth Chairn ny Ráth Cairn (Baarle: Rathcarne ny Rathcarran; Yernish son "Rhaa Charn") ny balley beg as ny Gaeltacht ayns Coontae ny Mee, Nerin. Ta'n balley beg ny lhie mygeayrt 55 km sheear hwoaie veih Divlyn eddyr yn Ooive, Baile Átha Troim as Baile Átha Buí. Ta'n Ghaeltacht hene jeant seose jeh ny baljyn eirinagh shoh: Ráth Chairn, Laimbé, Driseog, Tulach na nÓg, Baile Mhistéala as Doire Longain.

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Va'n Ghaeltacht shen bunnit 'sy vlein 1935 tra va shiaght lught thie as feed ass Conamara currit dys thalloo va goit ec Commishoon ny Thallooin ayns Coontae ny Mee. Kione jeh ny smooinaghtyn ashlingagh ayns coorseyn aavioghey ny Yernish rieau v'ayn,[3] as Yernish Chonnaghtey myr çhengey ny mayrey oc. Va thie Commishoon, gowaltys daa acyr as feed, cabbyl, muc arkagh as bannooyn as greieyn bunneydagh eirinagh kiarit da dagh lught thie. Eddyr ny bleeantyn 1935 as 1937 va daaeed lughtyn thie aahoit dys Ráth Chairn, as y skeym shen stiurit liorish Máirtín Ó Cadhain.[4] 'Sy clane, ren 443 feallee aahoiaghey dys Ráth Chairn ny Mee. Agh, cha row caaghyn theayagh currit dys ny cummaltee noa, faagail magh y vunscoill - Scoil Uí Ghramhnaigh. Cha row staydys Gaeltacht oikoil currit er y valley beg derrey 1967, ansherbee, as eh lurg troddan liorish Craobh Cearta Sibhialta na Gaeltachta, Ráth Chairn ("Crouw Cair Theayagh ny Gaeltaght, Ráth Chairn"). 'Sy vlein 1973 va sheshaght cho-obbragh ("Comharchumann Ráth Chairn") currit er bun as ee freggyrtagh er son lhiasaghey as bishaghey y voayl.[5] Veih'n traa shen haink er y voayl dy ve ny valley beg lesh agglish Chatoleagh, caaghyn spoyrt, shapp, thie lhionney, as laare-ynnyd theayagh.

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  1. Ta Gaeltaght Ráth Chairn goaill stiagh ayrnyn jeh ny teiy-rheynnyn shoh: Baile Átha Buí, Cill Bhríde, as an Ráth Mhór ayns ard çheerey Baile Átha Troim.
  2. Population in 2002 and 2006 of each County, City, rural area and Electoral Division within the Gaeltacht, as defined by the Gaeltacht Areas Orders, 1956 to 1982 (PDF). Census 2006: Volume 1 - Population Classified by Area. Príomh Oifig Staidrimh na hÉireann (26 Averil 2007). Feddynit er 16 Jerrey Souree 2011. (Baarle)
  3. Stair. RáthCairn.net. Feddynit er 22 Mean Souree, 2009.
  4. Brian Ó Broin (Luanistyn, 2002). Ráth Cairn. Beo.ie. Feddynit er 22 Mean Souree, 2009.
  5. Comharchumann Ráth Chairn. RáthCairn.net. Feddynit er 22 Mean Souree, 2009.

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