Learn about Irish history, folklore, and mythology - from the ancient times of glory to the modern Ireland.
Can you help this trace tales of this incredible Irishman's life from Limerick to New York and Detroit as he made, lost and made his fortune again? Help share his stories with his descendants.
Infamous Lt Colonel George Custer loved to sing "Garryowen" when he and the 7th Cavalry massacred native American villages in the all-out campaign in the 1870s.
Tried as part of The Fenian Conspiracy Kilkenny has never forgotten its hero who went on to be a publish a newspaper in the US, The Sunday Citizen, and remained a newspaperman with the Irish Examiner
"Irish Life and Lore" has launched an online archive with over 3,000 hours of oral Irish history, from the Irish revolutionary period to local history, folklore and family history.
The young Irish Republican Army leader died on April 10, 1923, leaving behind a local girl he'd promised to marry until hostilities had ceased
Contributor Linda Walker learns about the significance of a famine cross.
Some old Irish coins are worth thousands; others are worth exactly what they say they are. How do you tell if you have a small fortune in your hands.
Canadian historian David Leeson says the Black and Tans weren't the worst of them.
A fragment of an Irish coffin ship account describes the voyage from hell and what led up to it.
Explore the history of the O'Neill name, its family crest, coat of arms, and famous clan members.
Check out the story of the name O'Malley, its family crest, coat of arms, and famous members.
Galway old and new is captured in glorious color in this 1957 tourism film.
Hugh McIntosh, "a 6-foot-4 mobster with a frame like a tree trunk.”
According to the National Museum of Australia, the first rebellion in Australia took place in 1804 and it was Kerryman, Philip Cunningham, who started it.
The incredible life of a farmer's son who escaped the Great Hunger and became a member of Congress before being elected Mayor of Boston
“The Red Flag” is a well-known anthem of left-wing politics and it came from the pen of an Irishman man who died 90 years ago.
Photojournalist Peter Bock-Schroeder documented his 1956 trip to Ireland.
The spring equinox, St. Patrick's Day, and a super moon are all connected this year in Ireland.
British Pathé’s forbidden Irish film “Revolution in Colour”, a full-length documentary reveals never-before-seen color footage for the first time
Dublin native Arthur Shields went from fighting in the 1916 Easter Rising to starring in The Quiet Man.
The Irish Memorial monument at Penn's Landing in Philadelphia will be moved from its location due to development projects in the area.
Kate Midleton wore a special golden shamrock brooch on St. Patrick's Day but do you know about its storied past?
Review of "The Unstoppable Irish: Songs and Integration of the New York Irish, 1783 -1883" by By Dan Milner
It is 155 years since the death of Michael Corcoran, a son of Sligo who became a Brigadier General in the US army and a friend of President Lincoln.
Everybody knows that St Patrick’s Days celebrations as we recognize them today came from Irish America.
Stunning Dingle clifftop guesthouse and restaurant is a piece of heaven
A guide to valuing all your old Irish coins
The real history behind The Black and Tans in Ireland
Mueller is over, Trump won - Move on Dems
Irish song “Garryowen” played before Custer's Native American massacres is now banned
Bishop Eamon Casey raped his niece (5) and assaulted other children
Irish drug that cures Parkinson’s in mice gets Michael J. Fox backing
Searching for tales of my great grand uncle "The Baron of Broadway"
Florida girlfriend of Irishman takes her own life as she streams on Facebook