Tá na leabhair thíos luaite foilsithe ag an gCumann:

  • Annaghdown Remembers Michael Davitt. Cumann Oidhreachta Eanach Dhúin, 1996.
  • An Gorta Mór: Famine Times in Annaghdown. Cumann Oidhreachta Eanach Dhúin, 1997.
  • The Land for the People. Br. Conal Thomas; Cumann Oidhreachta Eanach Dhúin, 1999. 
  • Wildflowers of Annaghdown. Br. Conal Thomas; Cumann Oidhreachta Eanach Dhúin, 2002.
  • By Corrib, Clare and Cregg agus Comhrá Cois Teallaigh. Seán Ó Murchadha; Cumann Oidhreachta Eanach Dhúin, 2009. 

Baineann na leabhair thíos luaite le stair agus bealoideas na háite freisin.

  • History of the Ecclesiastical Ruins at Annaghdown. Rev. M. Goaley, Céad chló. 1975. 
  • Monastic Ruins at Annaghdown. Rev. M. Goaley, dara chló. 1998, tríú chló. 2012. 
  • Annaghdown G.A.A., 1887-1989. Bro. Michael John Burke (eagarthóir), 1990. 
  • Dánta agus Amhráin. Séamus Ó Maoildhia: Baile Átha Cliath, Oifig an tSoláthair, 1940.
  • Oceans of Consolation: Personal Accounts of Irish Migration to Australia. David Fitzpatrick: Cork University Press, 1994. [Baineann Caibidil 4 den leabhar seo, ‘Queensland for Ever, augus un Ballybug go Braugh’: Biddy Burke, 1882-84, le scéal Bríd ‘Biddy’ de Burca as Baile Robac Beag/Baile Beag, Cor an Dola, a chuaigh go dtí an Astráil in 1880. Rugadh í ar an mBaile Beag in 1859, iníon le Padraig de Búrca agus Máire Ní Coisdealbha.]
  • The Church of St. Brendan by the Lake, 1903-2003 [leabhrán cuimhneacháin chéad bliain]. Martin Newell, 2003. 
  • Amhráin Mhuighe Seola. Eibhlín Bean Mhic Choisdealbha. Céad chló 1923. An dara chló 1990. An triú chló 2010: Cló Iar-Chonnacht.
  • A Guide to Lough Corrib’s Early Monastic Sites. Anthony Prévite: Uachtar Árd, Co. na Gaillimhe, Oldchapel Press, 2010.
  • A Thousand Years of Church Heritage in East Galway. Peter Harbison: Baile Átha Cliath, Ashfield Press, 2005.
  • From Annaghdown: A History of the O’Malley-Maley-Melia Family. Phil O’Malley: Nua-Shealainn, 1997.
  • Lough Corrib: Its Shores and Islands. Sir William Wilde: Baile Átha Cliath, McGlashan & Gill, 1867. Athchló 2002: Kevin Duffy, Ath Cinn, Co. na Gaillimhe.