IrishCentral readers have a true passion for history and we want you to join in the conversation on our Facebook group dedicated to Irish history.

From the ancient Stone Age sites of Newgrange to the hallowed lands of the Hill of Tara, the tragic loss of life and hardship of Ireland's Great Hunger to the pride and patriotism of Ireland's Easter Rising and War of Independence - IrishCentral readers love Irish history. 

Over our ten years online on thing about IrishCentral's readers has remained true and that's their love of Irish history, from genealogy and Irish names, to modern history and Irish American tales, including JFK of course, they simply can not get enough. 

IrishCentral's Facebook history group

We've started an IrishCentral history group to share our top and new history stories with our readers but also to hear from our worldwide community. 

Perhaps you have come across a history story, related to the Irish which you think the IrishCentral community would enjoy or perhaps you've visited a site, in Ireland or abroad, which is soaked in Irish history. We want you to be part of the community and have your say. 

You can join IrishCentral's Facebook history group here now

Perhaps you've more to say and you'd like to submit some history articles/news via our contributors' network? 

IrishCentral currently have over 400 contributors and over the last year and a half, we've noticed that they too have a passion for Irish history also. If you have some news or a story you'd like to share simply share a title, image, and at least 300 words and submit it to our editors for publication. 

You can read more about it and sign up to the contributors' network here. 

We look forward to hearing from you! Join the conversation. 

The Rock of Cashel, in County Tipperary, photographed in 1885.Getty