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This year we celebrate the 291st anniversary of the man who invented the black stuff.
A small triangular piece of property in Washington, D.C. is the site of a statute of Irish patriot Robert Emmet, who was executed 213 years ago this week after his failed uprising against British rule.
“I knew they’d get one of us, I thought it would be me.”
The Irish Republic is a precious thing won by the sacrifices of Irish people, yourselves alone.
This week would be an appropriate time of year to raise a glass to Robert Emmet, especially if you happened to be in Dublin’s Brazen Head Pub.
Volunteers and donations are needed to assist in the planting of one thousand daffodil bulbs and 1,000 multi-colored tulip bulbs at the Marine Hospital Quarantine Cemetery on Staten Island.
Otto Humbert and family, owners of the Queen’s Hotel in Cobh, hid from Irish rioters in wine cellar before fleeing.
Two plaques mark the site of a scene of terror as Irish rebels fought for freedom in 1916 and 1920.
Reflecting at the end of year on the most inspiring and influential Irish American figures.
Documentary is the only professionally-made film of the president's historic visit shot in color.
In the Battle of Antietam, which took place 154 years ago this weekend, over 26,000 soldiers were left dead, wounded, or missing.
Cruel doctrine of the Catholic Church saw innocent children buried in nighttime ritual by groups of men.
A bird’s eye view of the Spike Island prison riot.
Along the banks of the Gatineau River in Western Quebec, just north of Canada’s National Capital Region, lies a small rural community with deep Irish roots.
Over a century of Irish life can be viewed for free online.
Little Nellie Organ had a profound impact on Catholicism, garnering attention from Catholics up to and including the Pope following her short life.
About a hundred attended a dedication ceremony of the new Irish Hunger Memorial in Eugene, California’s Saint Joseph’s Cemetery.
Battle axes and weapons among raiders' hoard to be part of Battle of Clontarf anniversary exhibition.
Famine Cross memorial unveiled in ceremony with President Higgins at the 2016 National Famine Commemoration.
Father Joseph Mallin, son of Commandant Michael Mallin who was executed for his role in the 1916 Rising.
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