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On May 3, 1916, Rising leaders Padraig Pearse, Thomas MacDonagh and Thomas Clarke were executed.
Abraham Lincoln, the first Republican president, decried nativism and stood up for Irish and German immigrants.
A secretary for Harland & Wolff maintained her VIP enclosure ticket stub as a keepsake.
Could Ireland’s cloudy weather be the reason for the stereotypical red hair?
150 years ago, Timothy O’Sullivan documented the Overland Campaign.
This ancient food substance, buried as a form of refrigeration, is 5,000 years old, from the Iron Age.
Footage takes a look at the experiences of Canadian soldiers stationed in the North of Ireland after WWII.
From a long line of Fenians and the brother-in-law of Tom Clarke he held 250 under his command.
Christianity adapted many of their feast days to match.
May Day was an important time for our ancient Irish ancestors, marking the first day of summer, or Bealtaine.