Throughout the Decade of Centenaries Waterford has strongly supported the deeper exploration of the people and events of the Decade of Centenaries in Waterford through its publications programme. Publications supported through the Waterford Commemorations Programme were:
- “Waterford City, The East Waterford Brigade I.R.A. and the Struggle for Independence 1912-1921” by Dr. Pat McCarthy.
- “Waterford Women of the Revolution 1914-1923″ by Christine Knight O’Connor and Eddie Cantwell.
- “The Bad Times” – Waterford Country Houses during the Revolutionary Period by William Fraher.
- Waterford: Independence and Unrest 1919-1923, Schools Booklet
- “We Shall win this War” : A Biography of Richard Mulcahy by Richard Taaffe.
- “Waterford’s War of Independence – The Pickardstown Ambush” by Maxine Keoghan.
- The Revolutionary Pat Keating of Comeragh, by Kilrossanty Remembers
- “The Ballyvoile Ambush – A Centenary Study” by Cian Flaherty, Ballyvoyle History Group
- “Memoirs of the Decade” – Déise Day Centre, Dungarvan
- “Waterford and the 1916 Rising” – Dr. Pat McCarthy
- The Comeraghs “Gunfire & Civil War” – Sean Murphy & Síle Murphy – The War of Independence & Civil War in Waterford in the words of the volunteers who fought.
- “Illustrated History of Dungarvan” – Edmund Keohan – Originally published in 1923, this book contains a fascinating contemporary account of life in West Waterford during the War of Independence and the Civil War.
- “The Bad Times” – William Fraher. Documenting life in Waterford country houses during the Revolutionary Period.