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These court records provide a snap-shot of life in a rural community in 19th and early 20th century Ireland.
An unknown buyer took home a lunch menu detailing the lavish lifestyle of the Titanic’s first class passengers.
Between 600 and 900 long-lost Irish immigrant graves discovered in a seemingly empty field.
Truth and jealousy in Ireland’s three most famous witchcraft trials.
Irish immigrants and their offspring have dug as deep as skyscrapers are high.
Letters between him and his beloved wife give an insight into the least well-known signatory of the Proclamation.
Which Irish families have more than their fair share of talent?
Military Archives in Dublin open as “permanent reminders” for 1916 centenary commemorations.
San Marcos Project team made discovery after conducting survey at the site of Tuama Na Spainneach in Spanish Point.
The Edinburgh man calling the military shots from the GPO was the “heart” of the rebellion.