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Six thousand Irish left a Wicklow estate in the 1840s, many finding their way to Smiths Falls, Ontario.
Antrim-born tailor Hercules Mulligan fitted clothes for New York’s upper class, extracting their military secrets.
Father Thomas Hore established one of the oldest Catholic churches in Iowa after escaping the Great Hunger.
A floor map at the 1897 New York Irish fair offered Irish immigrants the chance to walk on their county soil again.
The Irish and Native American are surprising kindred spirits.
Transatlantic cable was installed in 1866, ushering in the age of modern communication.
Stories of heroines and a few citizens that are almost as interesting as those of the rebel leaders.
It’s not the big celebration on Paddy’s Day or the fuss and the party that make us all proud to be Irish.
Irish state attempted to cover up severe levels of famine among substantial numbers of the population.
A new letter was found linking the patriot to assassination six months after the Treaty was signed.