Article about the geography, history, early Christian period, society and religion.
Information on the committee, organising a series of events commemorating the 1981 Hunger Strikes.
Useful resource for quick and easy reference.
Information on people who worked as coastguards in Ireland.
A biography of the Irish revolutionary, killed in 1922 by republican dissidents, together with a list of books and films, and speculation about the probable assassin.
History and information about project. Searchable database. Includes chronologies and bibliographies on Celtic scholars.
A brief history of Ireland, from 6000 B.C. to the present day.
Moderated discussion group for the history and archaeology of Early Medieval Ireland, c.400-1200AD.
News, a bulletin board, information on publications and events plus contact information.
Interactive maps and information on parks, monuments, gardens, inland waterways, and national cultural institutions. Take a virtual tour. Send a postcard.
Information on the many heritage towns, includes a section on Celtic spirituality.
Illustrated Irish history magazine suitable for the scholar and the general reader. Feature articles from all periods of history, books reviews, news, events. Secure online ordering of subscriptions.
A large collection of maps and detailed information.
A text from UCC's CELT project: Sir Horace Plunkett's Ireland in the New Century (1904).
A collection of social, political, maritime, and criminal news stories transcribed from Irish newspapers of the 18th to early 20th century.
Information about Irish coins (and banknotes) for numismatists, collectors, archaeologists and others who have an interest in the currency in use in Ireland from earliest times to the present day.
A FAQ maintained by volunteers, answering a few basic questions.
Includes statistics on violence, economics, and demographics.
Examines claims that during the famine of 1845-1852 Irish Catholics were forced to choose between conversion to the Protestant faith or starvation. Also follows efforts to have the Vatican beatify those who died. Contains supporting documentation, commentary and petition.
A bi-monthly publication portraying Ireland's history,culture and lifestyle.
Information on John Keegan Casey poet and songwriter. Author of The Rising of the Moon.
Moderated discussion group for the history and archaeology of Late Medieval to Earlier Modern Ireland, c.1000-1700AD and related topics.
Online access to out-of-print books on Ireland and other Irish material.
Information on association formed to restore, where necessary, and maintain fittingly the graves and memorials.
A detailed history of the Irish police from the Garda Síochána Historical Society.
Circa AD 1910. includes text and graphical index.
Read about a year-long project to farm the land using only old-time farming methods.
From prehistoric times to the present day. Supported with lots of maps and special detailed sections on the Famine, Omagh bomb, The Troubles and others.
Information including research and genealogical material. Online databases, including convict transportation records.
Ireland and World War I.
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