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Margaret, like many poor children of immigrants, was born, married and died in the same small neighborhood.
Author spent 23 years searching for her birth mother who had been raped and forced to give up her daughter.
A new Orange Order prefers rewriting Irish history to their own ends.
Starving tenants given the choice of the workhouse or emigration during Great Hunger remembered.
The roads we travel across Ireland today are steeped in history and mythology.
Leader in the 1916 Rising, an Irish nationalist, a poet, a journalist… and a roller skating champion?
Emigrant teapot makes major impression on Ambassador O’Malley.
On April 18, 1949, “The Republic of Ireland Act” declared Ireland a republic.
Scientific analysis shows mothers may have been using up their own bodies to feed their children.
SF and FF say plans are half-hearted and show them as embarrassed by our history. They are grossly exaggerating.
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