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1,500 articles and illustrations relating to Ireland’s Great Hunger are now part of the museum’s digital database.
Confederate general Patrick Cleburne remembered as heroic figure.
The “Earl Grey Scheme” saw 4,000 women sent out of overcrowded workhouses to build colonies in Australia.
Bones of children, aged seven to 12, have been found 170 years after they died on a 'coffin ship.'
Iconic images of Ireland’s past now available.
How Wilde’s haters and clever manipulation and promotion created the persona of the much loved Wilde.
Thomas Frye (1710-1762) – An exceptional Offaly man.
Why Church of Ireland parish records are the key to tracing your Irish ancestors.
While Michael, Liam and Aiden have all made the top spot for boys’ names in the United States.
How true was Martin Scorsese's depict of Irish emigrants being recruited to the Union army?