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The spooky, heart-wrenching story of how Michael Sheen's Irish ancestors made sure he was named Michael.
The series tells the story of Charlestown, an Irish enclave in Boston.
It's a wonder Hollywood has not recreated the life of one of Michael Collins' right-hand men.
Where are The Big Fellas mugshots? Dermot McEvoy believes they don’t exist because they were never taken; Collins' survival depended on his anonymity.
The Irish language is truly beautiful - even when your Irish temper gets involved!
Irish revolutionary Michael Collins was ranked among Britain's greatest foes in a competition conducted by the National Army Museum in London.
Win over any heart with these beautiful Irish language terms of love, endearment, and affection!
Remembering Irish revolutionary Michael Collins with a selection of quotes spoken by and about "The Big Fella."
The search of a grave at Glasnevin Cemetery in Dublin unearthed some of my family’s secrets.
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Check out these fun texting abbreviations as Gaeilge!
Although he lived only 44 years, Thomas Francis Meagher played a pivotal part in Irish and US history.
The Irish got their nation, but they also got a Civil War.
The first casualty of the American Civil War was an Irishman, Private Daniel Hough from Tipperary. He was 36-years old.
A guide to the pronunciation, meaning, and alternatives to the most popular Irish girl names.
These Irish storytellers were the definition of entertainment in ancient Ireland, holding the key to all of Irish folklore, myth, and legend.
Mary Harris Jones, better known as Mother Jones, was born in Co Cork but went on to become one of the foremost labor activists in the US.
Irish Fenian leader and prominent member of the Irish Republican Brotherhood Jeremiah O’Donovan Rossa died in the US on June 29, 1915.
The 1838 introduction of the Poor Law to Ireland and the hardship of the souls who sought salvation from disease and starvation are graphically illustrated through the records of the time
Interested in the history behind your Irish family name? Find out more about the Smith clan.
His death prompted a front-page news story in the New York Times.
Kennedy wrote about then Taoiseach Éamon De Valera, who declared promised to end partition in Ireland.
Interested in the history behind your Irish family name? Find out more about the Feeney clan.
Known now as the 'Battle of Widow McCormack's Cabbage Patch,' this attempted rebellion by The Young Ireland movement against the British in the wake of The Great Hunger was short-lived.
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