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The note appears to have been written by 12-year-old French schoolgirl Mathilde Lefebvre, who was traveling on the Titanic to New York City with her mother Marie.
The Galway-based company Euro Note Souvenir is releasing a limited batch of collectible bank notes featuring the image of the Irish American president.
Irish American genealogists Kate and Mike Lancor share their tips on discovering your Irish roots.
Through their amazing discoveries and contributions, many great minds have changed the world and the way we look at our reality.
Iconic Irish record label Claddagh Records, which played a critical role in the revival of Irish music and poetry during the 20th century, will remaster and digitize its archive as part of the deal.
Did you know that the "F" in John F. Kennedy's name comes from Bruff in County Limerick?
Plant your Irish roots in Ireland will IrishCentral's new initiative Irish Heritage Trees.
St Brendan is one of the most famous Irish saints, but whether he got to America before Christopher Columbus has remained one of the continuing Irish mysteries.
A new series in the works will tell the story of the immigrant workers who helped build the Empire State Building in a record 13 months between March 1930 and May 1931.
The little-known story behind the author of the song "Lovely Leitrim," one of Ireland's finest ballads, which was a huge international hit when sung by the late great Larry Cunningham.
Monsignor Edward Joseph Flanagan, the founder of Boys Town, died on this day in 1948.
With the easing of restrictions and inter-county travel possible once more, the OPW has shared some welcoming news for history and heritage lovers.
You can view the cairn located in County Laois with an interactive map supported by the National Monuments Service.
In "His Mother" from the Irish Film Institute, an Irish man is reunited with his mother after emigrating to New York City from rural Ireland.
The new Frederick Douglass Way in Dublin retraces the abolitionist's transformative visit to Ireland in 1845.
Charles Cunningham Boycott was an English land agent who became infamous in Ireland.
The name has ranked number one in the list of top five boys names since 2017
The stories of the east Galway diaspora are varied and complex from the US Civil War, Canada, and to Australia and Ned Kelly.
James Connolly, the Edinburgh man calling the military shots from the GPO during the 1916 Easter Rising, was the “heart” of the rebellion
Seán MacDiarmada was one of the men capable of rousing Ireland out of its political coma.
The fascinating story of an old Galway town that refused to give up its traditions.
The fascinating life career of James Shields, who was born in Co Tyrone in May 1810.
Bono, aka Paul Hewson, turns 61 years old today! Here's a look at Irish rock band U2's ten best songs to celebrate
As Germany smoldered in the wake of the Second World War, a huge humanitarian campaign was launched to bring starving German children to Ireland in a period of Irish history that is often overlooked.
Irish wit, sayings, and songs that will help you celebrate your Irish Mammy this US Mother's Day, May 9.
The Irish hotel that was named the best in the world
The apparition of Virgin Mary reported in Knock, Co Mayo in 1879
Condé Nast Traveller names the 12 most beautiful villages in Ireland
587 - St Brendan’s Day! St. Brendan the Navigator, early transatlantic voyager, dies
The perfect Irish potato salad recipe for National Salad Month
Traditional Irish recipes to make your summer
How to find out where your ancestors lived in Ireland
Life-changing music: story of Irish cellist from the West of Ireland
Irish language will vanish, Gaelige among those "definitely endangered"
Scientists investigating authenticity of message in bottle from French girl drowned on the Titanic