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GENERAL IRISH HISTORY
 
Date posted
Seeking Douglas Hyde – Ireland's forgotten patriot: The Irish Times
Dec. 19
Garrison names – the politics of Irish street names: The Irish Times
Dec. 9
Tunnel vision – a plot to link Ireland and Britain ran deep: The Irish Times
Nov. 25
Irish History On Display At Dublin's National Gallery: Forbes.com
Nov. 14
President Michael D Higgins pays tribute to Eva Gore-Booth: The Irish Times
Oct. 18
Amateur historian stumbles across Irish town's castle that was 'lost' for 250 years: Daily Telegraph
Aug. 29
Douglas Hyde: Derry Journal
Aug. 4
An Irishman's Diary on the campaign to commemorate Henry O'Neill: The Irish Times
Aug. 4
Roamer – Ireland's polar heroes whose stories are lost in the frozen mists of time: The News Letter
Aug. 1
An Irishman's Diary – Labour history from the archives: The Irish Times
Aug. 1
Australia once banned Catholics from mass and vilified the Irish. Haven't we learned anything?: The Guardian
Aug. 1
Racial tensions of 2016 and the myth of Irish slavery: Newark Star-Ledger
May 29
Spike Island was biggest prison in British Isles, new book reveals: Irish Examiner
May 18
Rite & Reason – Capuchins still bearing witness on 400 years of Irish history: The Irish Times
May 5
Statue to Kildare rebel John Devoy ready to be unveiled: KildareNow.com, October 2, 2015
Mar. 27
Winston Churchill – 'I hope there will be a united Ireland': The Irish Times
Mar. 27
Saving the big house – Shared heritage now in jeopardy: Irish Examiner, January 20, 2015 (Editorial)
Mar. 4
Ireland's long history with dairy farming revealed: Digital Journal
Mar. 4
Where did the modern Irish republican movement originate?: Irish Examiner, February 15, 2016
Mar. 2
Soul of a nation captured in many beautiful songs: Belfast Media, December 16, 2014
Mar. 2
Londonderry is on new trail charting history of Ulster Presbyterians: Londonderry Sentinel
17 Feb 16
West Belfast Orange Hall – History of loyal orders on display: BBC
1 Feb 16
Cúchulainn, Roosevelt and what it means to be Celtic: The Irish Times, November 21, 2015
Jan. 3
Ireland's Loch Ness monster resurfaces after 144 years: The Irish Times
Nov. 28
Spike Island prison riot exhibition opens 30 years after 'mob rule just took over': Irish Examiner
Oct. 17
Remembering Co Mayo's forgotten Orange heritage: The News Letter
Oct. 5
Final resting place of Irish and Catholic war dead in Scotland to run out of burial space by summer: Irish Post, June 2, 2015
Sep. 17
An Irishman's Diary on the Gaelic League and the IRB: The Irish Times
Jul. 28
Historian seeking out Wexford's Orange Order: Wexford People, November 4, 2014
Jul. 24
New research will examine 'fish revolution' in 1500s: The Irish Times
Jul. 23
The phenomenon that has been the Irish missionary movement: The Irish Times, November 4, 2014
Jul. 9
Sale of Old Masters Sets Off an Outcry in Ireland: New York Times
Jun. 21
Diarmaid Ferriter – The ghost of WB Yeats lingers over referendum and beyond: The Irish Times
Jun. 3
Rewriting Mná na hÉireann back into the century's history: Irish Independent
May 13
Why Joyce put Griffith in 'Ulysses': Sunday Independent, November 2, 2014
May 13
An Irishman's Diary on pioneering lexicographer T O'Neill Lane: The Irish Times
May 6
Lord Carson service comes ahead of large-scale event planned for 2015: The News Letter, October 25, 2014
Apr. 20
"A National Flag is the most sacred thing a nation can possess" – Thomas Francis Meagher: Irish Independent, March 20, 2015
Apr. 19
Emotional return to waters of the wild Blasket Islands: Sunday Independent
Mar. 2
West Cork to mark life and death of O'Donovan Rossa: Irish Examiner
Feb. 14
When Irish was still the greatest little language in the world: The Irish Times
Feb. 6
Charles Pfoundes first to bring Buddhism to the West: The Irish Times
Jan. 10
Museum rejected gift of Leinster House's statue of Queen Victoria: The Irish Times
Dec. 31
Siblings revive County Down textiles firm: The Guardian
Dec. 31
William Dargan, pioneer of Irish rail - An Irishman's Diary on a practical patriot: The Irish Times
Dec. 27
How George Boole's zeroes and ones changed the world: The Irish Times
Dec. 27
Portraits of historical Irish figures now available to view online: Irish Examiner
Dec. 9
Redmond - the man that Ireland forgot: Sunday Independent
Dec. 3
An Irishman's Diary on 'Our Boys' - A nationalist version of the 'stiff upper lip' adventure narrative: The Irish Times, July 14, 2014
Dec. 2
The Irish Question, as recorded by The Spectator: The Spectator, April 10, 2014
Dec. 2
Memorial honours fallen of multiple conflicts: Irish Examiner, April 16, 2014
Dec. 1
Redmond's role in story of State should be recognised: The Irish Times, July 21, 2014
Nov. 22
Reported in the News Letter on May 10, 1952: Ill health forces Carson to step down: The News Letter
Nov. 22
In memory of Mad Aunt Celia - painter, Home Ruler and lover of Hugh Lane: The Irish Times
Oct. 21
The lady vanishes - Dr Ada English, patriot and psychiatrist: The Irish Times
Oct. 16
Parliament of England to parliament of Ireland, to kingdom, to Free State and the Oireachtas: Carlow Nationalist
Sep. 24
Ireland's forgotten revolutionaries: The Irish president's meeting with the Queen was a landmark, but few acknowledge why peace took so long: The Independent
Jul. 27
Irish women who lived as men in the US Civil War, British Army: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Jul. 22
Churches, such as that in Bohola, are a salute to heroic phase of modern Irish Catholicism: The Irish Times
Jul. 13
Drums that are rolled out each Twelfth of July: The News Letter
Jul. 13
At some point, Christianity here became more about punishment than forgiveness: Irish Independent
Jun. 16
Number of Irish in both wars unknown: The Irish Times
Jun. 12
Nuns are pioneers of women's education, not oppressors: The Guardian, December 11, 2013
Apr. 20
Former ambassador links language and technology to Ireland's emergence: GSA Business, December 5, 2013
Apr. 20
A sovereign people? Lessons from history: The Irish Times
Apr. 6
Lissadell ruling reflects a reliance on English law and sense of property: The Irish Times, November 20, 2013
Mar. 24
Historian says Ireland owes its freedom to spread of English: The Irish Times
Mar. 17
In search of The Colleen Bawn: The Irish Times
Mar. 14
Edward Carson's long shadow: The Irish Times
Feb. 26
Night of music to tell story of 'controversial' Mitchels: Irish News, October 28, 2013
Jan. 27
From Larne gun-running to the Danish resistance: The Irish Times
Jan. 14
Dungeons of Carrickfergus Castle opened to the public: Irish News
Jan. 14
The Way We Were – No pomp or ceremony as keys for Gough Barracks are handed back: The News Letter
Jan. 14
A memory game: The Irish Times, August 12, 2013
Dec. 2
Singing flames, broken records: The Irish Times, June 27, 2013
Nov. 22
Concern over street award for VC men: UTV Internet
Nov. 10
Irish government funds John Quinn memorial at Milltown cemetery: BBC
Oct. 17
Celebrating Tom Crean, a true hero: Irish Examiner
Oct. 4
The Irish of Medical History: Irish America
Sep. 18
Lawrence of Arabia – and Ireland: The Irish Times
Sep. 8
Fascinating insight into the Irish who joined British Army: Belfast Media
Aug. 26
Life's a beach just now but records reveal how our ancestors shivered: Sunday Independent
Aug. 11
Robert Schmuhl – Mysterious leaders Parnell and Kennedy continue to charm us: Irish Independent
Aug. 5
The flag of Ireland – And Thomas Meager: WDIY.org
Aug. 5
Seán Lemass's silent anguish: The Irish Times
Jul. 22
Seán Lemass – from IRA leader to the taoiseach credited with being the architect of modern Ireland: The Irish Times
Jul. 22
Origin of the Term "Scotch-Irish": The Chattanoogan
Jun. 16
Importance of proper archival catalogue of 19th century papers cannot be overstated: The Irish Times
Jun. 16
On the trail of William Smith O'Brien: The Irish Times
Jun. 8
The Industrial Revolution transformed Belfast, making it Ireland's biggest city – and it all began with the port.: Belfast Telegraph
Jun. 3
A Sacred Priority: Legion.org
May 26
From Annascaul to the Antarctic: Irish America
May 26
Capital Punishment in Ireland and Britain (part 2): Carlow Nationalist
May 7
Tracking the Tricolour: The Irish Times
Apr. 25
Statue to commemorate life of polar explorer: Irish Examiner, May 9, 2012
Apr. 3
Another side of Irish history unveiled: Irish Examiner, April 16, 2012
Apr. 3
The intricacies of Irish historical politics: Winnipeg Free Press, March 17, 2013
Mar. 20
The union cult of Larkin is built on factually baseless myths: Irish Independent, March 5, 2013
Mar. 20
History Evergreen: New York Times (by Dan Barry)
Mar. 17
An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, June 29, 2012
Mar. 17
The union cult of Larkin is built on factually baseless myths: Irish Independent, March 5, 2013
Mar. 9
Derry historian to help Northern Ireland celebrate: New Hampshire Union Leader
Mar. 3
Historic fort stages biggest gathering of O'Neills in 400 years: Tyrone Times, February 7, 2013
Mar. 3
Apprentice Boys find four cannon in Londonderry headquarters: BBC, February 13, 2013
Feb. 19
An Irishman's Diary [James Joyce & Arthur Griffith (Sinn Fein)]: The Irish Times, February 20, 2012
Feb. 11
Our unusual Irish ancestors – the poets, madmen and scoundrels who hail from Ireland: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Feb. 4
Forces of violence shape and scar MacNeill's life: Sunday Independent, December 16, 2012
Feb. 4
Historic past "under appreciated" – local MLA: Londonderry Sentinel
Feb. 4
An unholy Irish alliance between Church and State: Belfast Media, February 6, 2012
Jan. 30
Our unusual Irish ancestors – the poets, madmen and scoundrels who hail from Ireland: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Jan. 30
How women were 'put in their place': Irish Independent, December 12, 2012
Jan. 25
The spiritual life of Lord Carson: The News Letter, September 7, 2012
Jan. 25
Commemorative Monument to General Sean MacEoin to be installed in Ballinalee: Longford Leader
Jan. 22
From the battles of 1798 to the Californian gold rush: Wexford People
Jan. 22
Rebellion in a West Cork Protestant family from 100 years ago: Irish Independent
Jan. 21
Eoghan Harris – Archives hold both happy memories and hard truths: Sunday Independent
Jan. 21
Papers reveal Irish history like a jigsaw puzzle: Irish Examiner
Jan. 21
City soil in Carson's grave: Londonderry Sentinel, October 7, 2012
Dec. 18
Carson – unlikely goals of a hurler on the plinth: Sunday Independent, October 14, 2012
Nov. 29
Historian finds ancestor was little-known unionist leader: The News Letter, October 8, 2012
Oct. 29
Past that no longer divides: Sunday Independent, April 22, 2012
Oct. 29
Discovering Clare from historic Old Ground: Derry Journal, August 18, 2011
Oct. 21
Rich history of the Shankill: The News Letter, August 12, 2011
Oct. 21
An Irishman's Diary [Soccer]: The Irish Times, September 22, 2012
Oct. 20
'I Know That Your Poor Heart Trembles': An Irish Mother Receives Word of Her Wounded Son, 1861: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com, August 26, 2012
Oct. 20
'IRA hero Collins may have been gay': The News Letter, October 10, 2012
Oct. 14
The Augustinians and Forthill: Galway Advertiser, August 25, 2011
Sep. 8
War memorial set for Canal Square: Kilkenny Advertiser, November 18, 2011
Aug. 29
A history of Ireland in 100 objects – Stokes Tapestry, 1833 – 1853: The Irish Times, August 18, 2012
Aug. 20
Ireland's Citizen Chronicler – Christine Kinealy: Irish America, June/July 2012
Jul. 22
Web project reveals Korean-Irish history: Korea Herald, June 17, 2012
Jun. 27
Leitrim's claim to the Statue of Lady Baltimore: Leitrim Observer, June 15, 2012
Jun. 15
Republican Ireland – Anti-British, or just plain pro-Nazi?: DailyMail.co.uk, January 5, 2011
Jun. 14
We should learn to separate the historical facts from the fiction: Irish Examiner, April 2, 2011
Jun. 14
Court ruling – National Museum of Ireland welcomes 'important decision': The Irish Times, March 3, 2012
Jun. 6
Sir Edward Carson denied 'blue plaque' by English Heritage: Belfast Telegraph, April 18, 2011
Jun. 6
Keeping the Faith: Irish Echo, March 10, 2004
May 22
Gaelic backstory of Cameron's Tories: Irish Examiner, May 31, 2012
Jun. 4
Century – 1912-22 Remembering the decade that shaped modern Ireland: The Irish Times, April 7, 2012
May 5
De Valera, Dillon's 'jaundiced' view of women's suffrage: The Irish Times, April 27, 2012
Apr. 28
Tricolour is finally raised two famous patriots: Irish Independent, April 9, 2012
Apr. 21
Our engineering was good enough to be called art: Belfast Telegraph, March 24, 2012
Mar. 24
Magdelane Castle – The first Betty Ford clinic: Kilkenny People, March 21, 2012
Mar. 24
Why this plant is a bit of a sham: The Irish Times, March 15, 2012
Mar. 16
Montana governor in Waterford for flag festival: The Irish Times, March 10, 2012
Mar. 10
Letters reveal de Valera as an unlikely techie: The Irish Times, February 25, 2012
Feb. 25
The Irish couple who scandalised London society: The Irish Times, January 14, 2011
Feb. 16
More to shipyard than Titanic: Belfast Media, October 28, 2011
Dec. 21
A brief history of the Connaught Rangers: Carlow Nationalist, December 5, 2011
Dec. 21
Inquisition records found on Irish: The Irish Times, November 22, 2011
Dec. 19
An Irishman's Diary [Young Ireland & James Clarence Mangan]: The Irish Times, November 18, 2011
Nov. 19
Irish Catholics who died for their faith: Carlow Nationalist, November 9, 2011
Nov. 16
To know the Irish, first know their history: Beacon Record, October 20, 2010
Oct. 27
History on our doorstep, if we read between the lines: Belfast Telegraph, October 12, 2011
Oct. 13
Derry's history to go online: Derry Journal, September 20, 2011
Oct. 7
Shared history on display: Derry Journal, October 3, 2011
Oct. 6
Imperial myth and modern delusion have become triumphant in the British mindset: Irish Independent, October 19, 2010
Oct. 6
Kilmainham Gaol – some well known inhabitants: Carlow Nationalist, September 26, 2011
Sep. 27
Crossing paths with Big Jim Larkin: Irish Echo, September 22, 2011
Sep. 23
How the green, white and orange became our national flag: Carlow Nationalist, October 18, 2010
Aug. 24
Galway's military museum: Galway Advertiser, August 18, 2011
Aug. 26
What county are you from? The best: The Irish Times, August 6, 2011
Aug. 12
Memorial for soldiers who fought in British army: The Irish Times, October 15, 2010
Aug. 10
An Irishman's Diary [Irish in the British Army]: The Irish Times, July Jul. 19, 2011
Jul. 19
Historic sites have all the signs of gross ineptitude: The Irish Times, July 15, 2011
Jul. 16
An Irishwoman's Diary [Carlingford, Co Louth]: The Irish Times, July 12, 2011
Jul. 12
Irishmen in prelude to Arab Spring: The Irish Times, June 14, 2011
Jul. 12
New TV show reveals our hidden history: Irish Independent, February 2, 2011
Jul. 5
Festival celebrates Ulster-Scots in battle: The News Letter, June 27, 2011
Jul. 3
Nationalist hero or child molester? Judging the past by modern morality: Irish Examiner, June 27, 2011
Jun. 28
Severed head of patron saint of genital disease on sale: BBC, May 24, 2011
Jun. 28
Roots – The Mighty Meaghers: Irish America/IrishCentral.com, May 13, 2011
Jun. 23
When Bogside whiskey was the toast of the world: Derry Journal, June 17, 2011
Jun. 20
Presidential tidings and flying the flag for Ireland: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com, June 15, 2011
Jun. 18
Why Catholics were forced to seek an education in the hedge schools: Carlow Nationalist, March 14, 2011
Jun. 15
We can be proud of our military heritage: Galway Advertiser, May 26, 2011
May 29
Why the rural spalpeens left and took the Queen's shilling: Sunday Independent, May 15, 2011
May 26
Footprint of monarchy stamped on our history: Sunday Independent, May 22, 2011
May 23
The long road to royal arrival: Sunday Business Post, May 15, 2010
May 18
Queen in Ireland – Chequered history behind visit: BBC, May 15, 2011
May 16
Rhetoric about Dublin nostalgia for empire reflects pervasive rural envy of city: The Irish Times, May 5, 2011
May 13
Indelible Passions – From the Easter Rising to the American Civil War: CounterPunch.org, April 22-24, 2011
May 3
Carrickfergus a 'Royal stronghold' for 1,000 years: BBC, April 29, 2011
Apr. 30
The Italian connection with Derry: Derry Journal, April 21, 2011
Apr. 30
From O'Connell to Pearse and beyond, our Anglophile instincts remain intact: Sunday Independent, April 18, 2011
Arp. 19
Rule 27 – it was sporting nationalism: Irish Post, April 13, 2011
Arp. 19
Erin go Barney: Boston Globe, March 15, 2011
Mar. 16
The Hiberno-British dance through time goes on, but it obeys no rules of science or history: Irish Independent, January 18, 2011
Feb. 23
The day the British king arrived drunk for his grand tour of Dublin: Irish Independent, February 19, 2011
Feb. 19
From palm oil to gunpowder – a Cork dynasty was born: The Irish Times, January 29, 2011
Feb. 2
UWUC celebrates a centenary of service: The News Letter, January 24, 2011
Jan. 26
Oral folklore project 'last chance' to record the legacy of great houses: Irish Examiner, January 17, 2011
Jan. 17
Fermoy museum to focus on 200-year army link: Irish Examiner, December 6, 2010
Dec. 21
An Irishman's Diary [Dublin's Mansion House]: The Irish Times, February 23, 2010
Dec. 17
An Irishman's Diary [history of Time]: The Irish Times, November 17, 2010
Nov. 23
Waterford World Wars Memorial online project: The Munster Express, November 5, 2010
Nov. 8
Plan to honour dead of world wars: Irish Examiner, November 1, 2010
Nov. 3
Maths landmark – push to save George Boole's home: The Irish Times, October 28, 2010
Oct. 28
RTÉ's populist pantheon reflects our historical myopia: The Irish Times, October 22, 2010
Oct. 23
Notre Dame academics swim against tide of ignorance: Irish Echo, September 24, 2010
Sep. 28
Of Protestants popes, and preserving the Irish language: Sunday Independent, September 26, 2010
Sep. 27
Revealing NI's hidden history: BBC, September 10, 2009
Sep. 18
An Irishman's Diary [William Francis Butler – Irishman, soldier, author]: The Irish Times, June 3, 2010
Sep. 13
In the Footsteps of Heroes – from the Somme to D-Day: Londonderry Sentinel, September 2, 2010
Sep. 12
Bulldozers to move in on home of controversial unionist: The News Letter, September 8, 2010
Sep. 9
A commemoration once again – Ireland unites in celebrating the 'days of yore': Sunday Tribune, August 22, 2010
Aug. 27
Patriot Games: Sunday Tribune, August 22, 2010
Aug. 23
President was past resident: The Irish Times, August 19, 2010
Aug. 19
History of Orangeism in Order's own words: The News Letter, June 12, 2009
Aug. 14
Was the real Molly Malone a loose woman?: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com, July 19, 2010
Jul. 24
Danger of 'Irish history being lost' due to poor storage of archives: Sunday Tribune, July 4, 2010
Jul. 5
Almost 200 years of service to Orange Order is celebrated: Donegal Democrat, February 18, 2010
Jul. 4
Reconciliation likely to be keynote of resumed royal visits: The Irish Times, June 28, 2010
Jun. 28
A queen's welcome – Victoria's stormy affair with Ireland: Irish Examiner, June 26, 2010
Jun. 27
18th century quay identified in Connemara: The Irish Times, April 19, 2010
Apr. 20
Ashbrook death spells end of Beresford-Ash dynasty: Derry Journal, April 12, 2010
Apr. 14
Was it for all this the men of 1916 fought and died?: Sunday Tribune, March 28, 2010
Mar. 29
How Patrick beat Brigid to become our saint of choice: The Irish Times, March 17, 2010
Mar. 18
Snapshots in time are just a click away in digital archive: Irish Independent, March 16, 2010
Mar. 16
The forgotten Irishmen and women with a mission: Sunday Business Post, March 7, 2010
Mar. 8
Great leaps of our imagination: Belfast Telegraph, March 2, 2010
Mar. 5
Our political bed-hoppers dived under a heavy blanket of hypocrisy: Irish Examiner, January 23, 2010
Feb. 28
Call for museum that tells the story of the Irish soldier: Newtownabbey Times, February 17, 2010
Feb. 20
How religion made its way into primary school system: The Irish Times, February 13, 2010
Feb. 14
State to pay €1.1m for heritage church and graveyard in Kilkenny city: The Irish Times, December 30, 2009
Feb. 2
An Irishman's Diary – The Irish House: The Irish Times, January 29, 2010
Jan. 31
Despite the bluster, Dev cut a frail figure: Sunday Independent, January 17, 2010
Jan. 18
Unearthed – journal gives eye witness account of slavery: The Herald, January 2, 2010
Jan. 2
An Irishman's Diary – Banks: The Irish Times, June 27, 2009
Dec. 27
An Irishman's Diary – Bully's Acre: The Irish Times, September 26, 2009
Dec. 10
A colourful family history of lechery, infidelity and fanciful feats: Sunday Independent, November 29, 2009
Dec. 9
An Irishman's Diary – Cambridge University & Ireland: The Irish Times, December 8, 2009
Dec. 8
An Irishman's Diary – Harry Ferguson: The Irish Times, November 27, 2009
Nov. 30
An Irishman's Diary – Irish wolfhound: The Irish Times, November 13, 2009
Nov. 26
In memory of the countless dead: Sunday Independent, November 15, 2009
Nov. 19
An Irishman's Diary -- postboxes: The Irish Times, June 4, 2009
Nov. 13
First headstones of Irish soldiers killed in World Wars unveiled: The Irish Times, November 12, 2009
Nov. 12
Apprentice Boys around the world are forged in the city: Londonderry Sentinel, August 12, 2009
Nov. 3
De Valera 'was no British spy': The Sunday Times, November 1, 2009
Nov. 1
Real story of 250-year quest for the perfect pint: The Irish Times, September 25, 2009
Sep. 25
Nomadic farce founders as Caroline lies ignored: Irish News, September 17, 2009
Sep. 23
Who was Arthur Guinness? It depends on which one you mean: The Irish Times, September 19, 2009
Sep. 22
Why do we always get things wrong? I know, it's the Brits, the Brits, the Brits: Irish Independent, August 20, 2009
Sep. 1
A genetic condition could explain much of Irish history: Irish Independent, August 19, 2009
Aug. 25
An Irishman's Diary – earthquake: The Irish Times, July 29, 2009
Jul. 29
How policing has evolved in Ireland over the last 200 years: Carlow Nationalist, July 15, 2009
Jul. 19
An Irishman's Diary — St. John's Eve: The Irish Times, June 24, 2009
Jun. 24
Four-hundred years of history explored: BBC, June 11, 2009
Jun. 23
Archaeologist hoping to unearth Dunluce's secrets: Irish News, June 11, 2009
Jun. 13
Hidden Irish American history uncovered at Notre Dame: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com, May 27, 2009
May 28
Exile's epic history published at last: The Irish Times, May 28, 2009
May 28
How Ireland has failed to learn lessons from Famine: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com, May 25, 2009
May 27
Cavehill diamond glitters again: BBC, May 12, 2009
May 17
Truth elusive in the shared history of Ireland and Britain: The Irish Times, April 17, 2009
Apr. 19
An Irishwoman's Diary – Lab Coats and Lace: The Irish Times, March 9, 2009
Mar. 27
The GAA celebrates – Happy birthday: Irish Examiner, March 18, 2009
Mar. 26
An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, March 14, 2009
Mar. 17
An Irish century: The Guardian, January 31, 2009
Feb. 20
125 years of the GAA: The Irish Times, January 31, 2009
Feb. 2
A national rebirth for Christmas: Belfast Media, December 24, 2008
Jan. 2
The Roots of My Preoccupations: The Atlantic, July 1994 (by Conor Cruise O'Brien)
Dec. 27
Museum should leave bodies to rest in peace: The Irish Times, December 17, 2008
Dec. 22
The Orange Order in Canada: Londonderry Sentinel, July 2, 2008
Nov. 25
Heroes of Orange Order to feature on new calendar: The News Letter, October 15, 2008
Oct. 31
€28m observatory to digitise history: The Irish Times, October 23, 2008
Oct. 26
From Gaelic Ireland to Plantation: Fermanagh Herald, September 9, 2008
Sep. 24
GAA urged to jointly honour Collins and de Valera: The Irish Times, August 25, 2008
Sep. 9
The brutal truth of Ireland's murder files of 100 years ago: Sunday Tribune, August 24, 2008
Aug. 25
An Exhibition Fit For The Queen A few words on "60 years of Oppression of Tamils in Sri Lanka": LankaWeb.com, July 21, 2008
Jul. 21
'Heroes' exhibition launched by Order: The News Letter, July 4, 2008
Jul. 5
School's out for order that left such a mark on Ireland: The Independent, May 13, 2008
May 13
Why America's election will always get our No1: Irish Independent, February 16, 2008
Mar. 5
Church history available online: Irish News, January 17, 2008
Jan. 23
Sectarianism has been rife across the whole island for decades: Irish Examiner, November 10, 2007
Nov. 15
Dublin displays unique manuscript: BBC, October 11, 2007
Oct. 12
There's no morality in lumping together killers, their unarmed victims and our slain soldier: Irish Independent, July 4, 2007
Jul. 4
Be careful just who you choose for your paragon of 'Irishness': Irish Independent, June 20, 2007
Jun. 26
Erin Go Faster: New York Times, May 25, 2007
May 26
No passing-bells for Queen's Irish who died like cattle at the Battle of Hart's Hill: Irish Independent, April 25, 2007
May 1
Ammunition fort to reopen as museum: Irish Independent, March 20, 2007
Apr. 19
Croke Park – the real story: Belfast Telegraph, February 23, 2007
Feb. 24
Gone from Bloody Sunday to playing ball at Croke Park: Sunday Independent, February 18, 2007
Feb. 18
Ancient laws ditched in legal clear-out: Irish Independent, January 10, 2007
Jan. 14
12 defining moments in Irish history: Sunday Business Post, December 24, 2006
Dec. 25
Tom devine on Irish history: 'Scotland's history is much more fascinating than Ireland's … once you get over the famine, what is there?: Sunday Herald, November 19, 2006
Nov. 19
Honor one, honor all: Irish Echo, October 13, 2006
Oct. 24
Parnell to Bertie – other famous political whiparounds: Sunday Independent, October 1, 2006
Oct. 3
The subtle and everyday legacy of Irish-Irelanders: Sunday Independent, August 27, 2006
Aug. 27
GAA moulded society Merriman School hears: Irish Independent, August 23, 2006
Aug. 26
King Billy painting a 'mixed blessing': BBC, August 18, 2006
Aug. 21
Oil painting's troubled past captures North's history: Daily Ireland, August 16, 2006
Aug. 18
Ireland's Revisionist Historians – A Generation of Vipers: American Chronicle, May 11, 2006
Jul. 15
Voice of the Irish echoes centuries of faithfulness to God: Catholic Explorer, March 9, 2006
Jul. 13
Ahern seeks return of army flags: UTV Internet, July 5, 2006

Haughey was not the first Irish leader to live way beyond his means: Irish Examiner, June 16, 2006
Jun. 17
Irish History Leaps Into 21st Century: Irish Echo, June 3, 2005
May 23
A hunger for justice: Irish Democrat, April 6, 2006
May 9
'Could folk religion have survived here without the strengthened resources of the Catholic church?': Sunday Tribune, April 30, 2006NOTE
May 3
Ire land: Orangeville (ONT) Citizen, April 27, 2006
May 2
The statue of Queen Victoria: Sunday Independent, April 16, 2006
Apr. 20
Fishmonger's family gives €10m worth of secret history to state: Sunday Tribune, April 9, 2006NOTE
Apr. 13
Latest push for peace could be the best chance in 85 years: Irish Examiner, April 8, 2006
Apr. 10
Dublin repeals English laws designed to curb the Irish: Daily Telegraph, March 13, 2006
Mar. 16
Strange old laws that hold little water now face axe: Irish Independent, March 3, 2006
Mar. 3
15,000 wrecks lie buried on Irish seabed: The Sunday Times, February 5, 2006
Feb. 5
Dublin's building boom puts priceless books in danger: The Independent, January 17, 2006
Jan. 19
Irish History Goes High Tech: Irish Voice/IrishAbroad.com, January 13, 2006
Jan. 16
Hail to the chief in Dev archive: Irish Independent, December 1, 2005
Dec. 6
Dev was half Cuban, new documentary film claims: Irish Independent, November 21, 2005
Nov. 22
Unionism's 'undead' earned our contempt: (from the Irish News, March 9, 2005)
Jul. 13
Fury at shameful state of British soldiers' graves: Sunday Independent, January 30, 2005
Apr. 17
Review of statutes finds 500 archaic laws: Irish Post, November 10, 2004
Feb. 3
MI5 founder was spy from Sneem: The Sunday Times, October 24, 2004
Nov. 25
Political turmoil and heated debates – it runs in the family: (from the Irish News, October 14, 2004)
Nov. 2
DNA shows Scots and Irish should look to Spain for their ancestry: The Scotsman, September 10, 2004
Oct. 14
Revisionism hides memory of heroes: Sunday Business Post, August 29, 2004
Oct. 2
Scarce Defence Forces used as 'festival props': Irish Examiner, August 24, 2004
Sep. 29
Unusual Aspect Of Our History Unfurls: The News Letter, August 17, 2004
Sep. 27
Parading down through the ages...: (from the Irish News, August 13, 2004)
Sep. 22
The Colonial Venture of Ireland: Freedom Daily, September 13
Sep. 19
Fallen Irish should be remembered: (from the Irish News, August 2, 2004)
Sep. 13
The Ancient Order of Hibernians: Belfast Telegraph, September 15, 2004
Sep. 16
The Order's American connection: Belfast Telegraph, September 15, 2004
Sep. 16
Ireland honours its war dead: Irish Examiner, July 12, 2004
Aug. 11
Is Celtic manager a distant cousin of Robert the Bruce?: The Scotsman, July 3, 2004
Jul. 23
Fascinating look at a forgotten heritage: (from the Irish News, May 14, 2004)
Jun. 14
Remember 1690, 1916? Let's just forget it: Belfast Telegraph, May 15, 2004
May 19
Director Fetes Two Cultures in 'Shalom Ireland': Wild Geese, January 27, 2004
Apr. 23
A fresh look at the green-clad peelers: Sunday Independent, February 29, 2005
Mar. 31
St. Patrick's Day: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, March 10, 2004
Mar. 25
Tracing the history of marriage dowries: Irish Independent, December 16, 2003
Jan. 14
Ireland 'was off Indonesia': UTV Internet, September 21, 2003
Oct. 2
Unlikeliest unions may bind longest: (from the Irish News, September 22, 2003)
Sep. 26
The death of history kills us all: Limerick Leader (second section), September 6, 2003
Sep. 19
Ulster-Scots in War of Words Over the Crack: The News Letter, August 25, 2003
Aug. 29
United Irishmen's 200th anniversary celebration: (from the Irish News, July 22, 2003)
Jul. 24
Marching Down the Queen's Highway: The Orange Order's Road to Drumcree (Part II): Wild Geese, July 20, 2003
Jul. 22
Marching Down the Queen's Highway — The Orange Order's Road to Drumcree: Wild Geese, July 14, 2003
Jul. 20
Glorious 12th a Dutch treat for Protestants: National Post, July 12, 2003
Jul. 17
Nothing new in disputes over loyal order marches: (from the Irish News, July 1, 2003)
Jul. 12
Celtic Found to Have Ancient Roots: New York Times, July 1, 2003
Jul. 3
From Kevin Barry to Iran: a lesson Bush and Blair have never learned: Irish Examiner, June 21, 2003
Jun. 29
Doomed regiment can trace its origins to 17th century: Daily Telegraph, May 28, 2003
May 30
Irish contribution to Scotland is immense: Irish World, May 2, 2003
May 19
What did the British Empire ever do for Ireland?: Sunday Business Post, January 26, 2003
Feb. 10

Remains lie unmarked: Irish Independent, October 24, 2001

Irish village hears tale of its forgotten polar hero: The Guardian, October 16, 2001

Wilde 'a strong nationalist': Sunday Independent, September 16, 2001

The Irish heroes of an Antarctic adventure: Irish Post, September 5, 2001

Carpetbaggers' love of the Emerald Isle: Irish News, August 25, 2001

Major restoration under way on cathedral: The Irish Times, August 22, 2001

Boom threatens heritage sites: Irish Independent, August 1, 2001

All-at-sea Ahern insists park is shipshape – Argentinian Admiral William Brown memorial park, Foxford, Mayo: Irish Independent, July 28, 2001

An Irishwoman's Diary – Seanrahan graveyard, Tipperary : The Irish Times, June 25, 2001

Don't let our history lessons become a thing of the past: Irish Examiner, June 27, 2001

Dublin loses historic Wiggins Teape building: The Sunday Times, June 17, 2001

Council warns of damaged sites and monuments: The Irish Times, May 9, 2001

Heritage plaque for Tipperary scientist: The Irish Times, April 7, 2001

The living witness to Irish history: Sunday Independent, April 1, 2001

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