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As late as 1901, there was nearly twice as many Irish in Britain as there was in Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.
This is how Charlotte Brontë described her visit to Ireland, on her honeymoon, in July of 1854.
Find out the fate of Irish convicts who were sent Down Under in prison ships
Calling all Fitzgeralds to celebrate on the banks of the River Blackwater.
Advice to young ladies in 19th century Ireland
Irish family history: what to use instead of census records
A bit of background on Irish newspapers
Free online access to almost 400,000 images of Catholic parish registers from the National Library of Ireland.
You won't believe the depictions of Irish people in this publication!
Discover Wexford, the Irish home of the Vikings.
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Draw end on June 30. Don't Irish Goodbye...
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