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Canada 150 – Salty, fearless 'Ma' Murray edited Lillooet newspaper: Vancouver Sun
Mar. 26
Thomas Andrews – Seven facts about the Irishman who designed the Titanic and went down with his ship: Irish Post
Mar. 26
Appeal for 1902 'Sinn Féin' newspaper: The Anglo-Celt
Jan. 24
The Manchester Martyrs – Nine facts about the Irish revolutionaries executed for killing a policeman in 1867: Irish Post
Dec. 27
Manipulating Memory – The Story of the 9th Massachusetts Monument at Gettysburg: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Dec. 27
Emigrant Irish Badgers – With the Second Wisconsin in Herbst's Woods: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Dec. 19
Hard Graft & Grasshoppers – Irish Homesteaders in 1870s Nebraska: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Dec. 9
Lilian Bland, the first woman to fly an aircraft in Ireland: The Irish Times, August 30, 2016 (by Rosita Boland)
Dec. 9
'Pro Patria Mori' – The 94th New York Memorial & the Irish of Oak Ridge, Gettysburg: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Nov. 14
O'Donovan Rossa's great grandsons look back on his life in new documentary: The Guardian
Nov. 14
Irishman credited with creating Dracula's iconic image: Irish Mirror
Nov. 14
1891 – Parnell's Funeral In Dublin: New York Times
Oct. 23
From Perth convict to American Catholic media mogul – the story of the John O'Reilly: The Record (Aus)
Oct. 23
The Scandalous Mystery of Who Stole The Irish Crown Jewels: TheDailyBeast.com
Oct. 18
A lifetime of union struggle: Belfast Media
Oct. 1
Catholic Civil War lot now complete: Marshalltown Times-Republican
Oct. 1
The night a river of whiskey ran through the streets of Dublin: The Irish Times
Aug. 4
Celebrating American Independence in Cork Harbour, 4th July 1862: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Aug. 3
Why Roger Casement is still remembered by the people of the Amazon: The Irish Times
Aug. 3
Fr Browne's Titanic album republished: Meath Chronicle
Aug. 1
"Our Ironclads on the James River" – The Collected Correspondence of "Garryowen": IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Jun. 21
Town commemorates 150th anniversary of the Battle of Ridgeway: Fort Erie Times
Jun. 5
An Irishman's Diary on the Battle of Ridgeway, the Fenian invasion of Canada in 1866: The Irish Times
Jun. 5
What's in an Alias – Civil War Widowhood, Remembrance & Identity in the Words of an "Old Irishwoman": IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Jun. 5
7 ways to touch Thomas Meagher's legacy in Montana: Great Falls Tribune
May 21
Ulster's home rule champion – An Irishman's Diary about JB Armour: The Irish Times
May 18
"A Few Spoke Nothing But Gaelic" – In Search of the Irish Language in the American Civil War: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Apr. 9
War Prices! War Prices! Advertisements Aimed at Irish Soldiers & their Families from the American Civil War: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Apr. 3
'One of Our Brave Men Twice Wounded': An Image of Corporal William Kelleher, 125th New York Infantry: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com, February 14, 2015
Mar. 4
Thomas Sinclair, 'forgotten' titan of unionism, honoured in Belfast: The News Letter
Mar. 3
"Their Cries Were Most Agonizing": An Irish-American's Overland Account, from The Wilderness to Petersburg: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Mar. 3
Local History – Scranton judge aids postwar reconciliation: The Scranton Times-Tribune, December 7, 2014
Mar. 2
Union Rebels – The Erin's Hope – Fenian Gunrunning by Civil War Veterans: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
17 Feb 16
A timely reminder of the bloody anniversary we all forgot: Independent on Sunday, December 28, 2014
1 Feb 16
The Civil War Letters of Captain James Fleming, Part 4 – With Hawkins' Zouaves at Roanoke: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
1 Feb 16
The Irishman who captured Abraham Lincoln's killer John Wilkes Booth: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Jan. 25
'Our Pickets Were Gobbled' – Assessing the Mass Capture of the 69th New York, Petersburg, 1864: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Jan. 25
Buggy owned by Battle of Gettysburg priest on display in Co Tyrone: Belfast Telegraph
Jan. 20
Photographs of Wounded Irishmen from the American Civil War: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Jan. 11
Analysing 19th Century Emigration, A Case Study – Dissecting One Irishman's Letter Home: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
DATE
Planned 'Fenian' movie includes story of former Pilot editor: The Boston Pilot
Dec. 13
Four Years of the Irish at War in Poetry & Song: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Dec. 13
How Many Irish Fought in the American Civil War?: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Dec. 9
Joe Coburn – 125 years on from the death of Ireland's 'Adopted Son of America': Irish Post
Dec. 8
The Keegans of Bray – Reconstructing the Story of A Famine-Era Emigrant Family: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Dec. 8
Major Event in Cavan to Remember the American Civil War: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com, July 28, 2015
Dec. 7
Meagher's 'Drunken Freaks' & Old Abe 'Astonished': The Last Letters of John Doherty, 63rd New York, Irish Brigade: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Nov. 28
Missing Historical Marker Resurrects Debate Over Photographer's Birthplace: New York Times, August 13, 2015
Nov. 28
'Tears Ease the Heart' – A Teenage Galwegian Civil War Veteran in Texas, 1866: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Nov. 27
'The Flag that Has Given Protection to Persecuted Countrymen': One Irishman's Service to the Union – and his Parents – in the 20th Maine: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Nov. 27
After 114 years, forgotten no longer: Chicago Tribune
Oct. 17
Grieving for an Emigrant Son – The Story of the Finnertys of Galway City: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Oct. 17
The 'Polopticomorama' – Bringing the American Civil War to Life in Irish Theatres, 1863: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Oct. 12
John Redmond's finest hour: The Irish Times
Oct. 7
'In This Song I Will Make Mention of the Sons of Erin' – Researching Irish Songs from the American Civil War: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Oct. 7
One war that Fr Conway lost: Galway Advertiser
Oct. 7
Tired of the Killing of Men – An Irish Family's Story of Assisted Emigration, Missing Children & Letters Under Fire: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com

Profiles in Courage – The Irish Dimension to the Medal of Honor: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Oct. 4
Cabin in which Ernest Shackleton died donated to Ireland: The Irish Times
Oct. 4
The Dying Request – An Irish Soldier Seeks to Secure His Daughters Future at Shiloh, 1862: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Sep. 17
Nellie Cashman, miner, businesswoman and Angel of the Gold Camps: Coeur d'Alene
Sep. 17
New film footage of Larne gun-running: Larne Times
Sep. 2
An Irishman's Diary – Finding the memorial to the victims of the Invincibles: The Irish Times
Sep. 2
O'Donovan Rossa Centenary – Moving and memorable tributes to son of Cork: Irish Examiner
Aug. 15
O'Donovan Rossa support for Polish independence to be recalled: The Irish Times, July 31, 2015
Aug. 15
The Civil War Letters of Captain James Fleming, Part 3 – With Hawkins' Zouaves at Hatteras Inlet: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Aug. 15
The Civil War Letters of Captain James Fleming, Part 2 – With Hawkins' Zouaves at Newport News: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Aug. 15
'In Account Of We Being Irish' – A New Irish Brigade Letter After Fredericksburg: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com, December 13, 2014
Jul. 28
Jeremiah O'Donovan Rossa – 'He was called O'Dynamite Rossa': Irish Examiner
Jul. 28
Drought exposes Civil War veteran's grave in Monterey County lake: Santa Cruz Sentinel
Jul. 8
'Induced to Enlist' – The Last Letter Home of an Irish Draft Substitute in 1864: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Jul. 8
The Civil War Letters of Captain James Fleming, Part 1 – Larne to Canada: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Jun. 30
HALIFAX, 1883: A young widow. An affair. A deadly abortion. A doctor on the run.: Halifax Chronicle Herald
Jun. 21
Spanish American War veteran receives military gravestone: New Glasgow News
Jun. 3
Edward Wellington Boate – The Andersonville POW Who Came to the Defence of Henry Wirz: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Jun. 3
Charles Cameron – a zoonotic pioneer in a Dublin full of animals and disease: The Irish Times
May 15
The Madigans – Famine Survival, Emigration & Obligation in 19th Century Ireland & America: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
May 13
Annie Russell – A trailblazing Irish astronomer whose work eclipsed her husband's: The Irish Times
May 13
'Killed At The Surrender' – The Journey of Two Irishmen to Their Deaths at Sailor's Creek: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
May 6
Sweeny at Shiloh – The Irish officer who "saved the day": West Cork People
May 6
'Quite A Merry Time:' A Union Irish Soldier Describes His Last St. Patrick's Day, 1863: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Apr. 29
The Irishmen who fought for the pope: The Irish Times
Apr. 20
Cleburne County named for Irish man who became Confederate general: Anniston Star
Apr. 19
Coal Mining, Draft Rioting & The Molly Maguires – From Laois to Schuylkill with the Delaney Family: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Apr. 2
Why we should commemorate the enactment of Home Rule: The Irish Times (by John Bruton)
Mar. 7
'The First Time the Old Corps was ever Whipped' – A Letter from Ream's Station: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Mar. 7
An Irishwoman's Diary on David C Broderick, an Irish-American voice against slavery: The Irish Times
Mar. 7
Historians call for commemoration of 'forgotten Irish' in American civil war: The Irish Times
Feb. 25
Marriage rate between Catholics and Protestants under 1% in 1911: The Irish Times
Feb. 6
The Last Union Irish Veterans of the American Civil War: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com, September 8, 2013
Jan. 27
'Your Likeness Was Buried With Him' – A Letter to An Irish Soldier's Wife After Gettysburg: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com, July 17, 2014
Jan. 20
One hundred years since John Redmond committed Ireland to the first World War: The Irish Times, August 2, 2014
Jan. 18
Fenian Historical Society Launches in Burlington: Burlington Seven Days
Jan. 18
Visualising the Impact of the American Civil War in Ireland with Palladio: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com, May 31, 2014
Jan. 12
Honour Jennie the US soldier in Clogherhead: Drogheda Independent
Jan. 10
Ballymote the location for American Civil War Memorial: Sligo Champion, February 18, 2014
Dec. 31
'God Has Called Your Husband to the Other Shore' - The Letters that turned Wives into Widows: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Dec. 27
Thousands take part in Larne UVF gun-running commemoration: BBC, April 26, 2014
Dec. 27
Breaking the silence on the Manchester Martyrs: The Irish Times
Dec. 27
Thinker, traitor, soldier, spy? - An Irishman's Diary about the Howth gunrunning: The Irish Times
Dec. 9
James Connolly influenced by Irish born US labour activist: The Irish Times, July 28, 2014
Dec. 6
Kilcoole gun-running commemoration focuses on diversity: The Irish Times, July 28, 2014
Dec. 6
The tale of two Irishmen: Coeur d'Alene Press
Dec. 6
'The Yells of Wild Beasts and Shoshone Indians:' An Irish Silver Miner in Nevada, 1864: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Dec. 6
From Galway to Georgia: B.T. Johnston, Famine Emigrant, Confederate Pensioner: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Dec. 3
'I Feel Very Lonely and Downhearted': Isolation, Idealism and Kindred in the Letters of an Irish Emigrant: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com, April 23, 2014
Dec. 2
The day the Irish Fenians invaded Canada: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com, May 18, 2014
Dec. 1
The Creation of an Irish Widow - The 33rd New Jersey at Peachtree Creek, 20th July 1864: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Nov. 22
Parnell Summer School - Redmond as gun-runner: The Irish Times, August 13, 2014
Nov. 22
150 Years Ago - An Irish Photographer Captures the Overland Campaign: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Nov. 20
Irish designer of the submarine remembered on the Boyne: The Irish Times, June 14, 2014
Nov. 20
Irishman's photographs of the Civil War: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Nov. 20
'He May Be Lurking About Charleston': The Hunt for Irish Confederate Deserters: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com, March 8, 2014
Oct. 24
'Rare' UVF items stolen in museum theft: UTV Internet, March 1, 2014
Oct. 24
Remembering the American Civil War through one Irish family's story: TheJournal.ie
Oct. 21
The Dohertys of Carrigan were not 'land-grabbers': Galway Advertiser
Oct. 21
Remarkable moment Titanic was first launched into Belfast Lough: Belfast Telegraph
Oct. 16
Dependents - Portraits of 50 Irish People in New York Poorhouses, 1861-1865: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Oct. 16
Archive - Irish Home Rule and the Ulster Covenant When the British governmen: The Guardian
Oct. 4
Storify - The #ForgottenIrish of Co. Kerry: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Oct. 4
'I Hope...To See You Once More And Then I Would Die Contented' - An Irish Mother Writes to Her Son: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Sep. 30
Witnesses to History - A Bounty List of the 170th New York, Corcoran's Irish Legion: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Sep. 24
Cathedral bomb 'most daring act' in fight for women's votes: Ulster Star
Sep. 9
'I Hope Soon To Be With You' – The Civil War in Texas and Cork, 1866: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Sep. 4
Event commemorates failed raid of Canada: Port Huron Times Herald
Sep. 4
The Larne gun-run volunteer who yodelled in the trenches: Larne Times
Sep. 4
The Poor Old Woman left a very rich legacy: Belfast Media
Sep. 4
Gangs of New York - Recruiting the Irish 'Straight Off the Boat': IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Aug. 5
Revolutionary sentiment sparks Shostakovich's 'Gadfly': Boston Globe
Aug. 5
How a volunteer's role in Howth gun-running created an irreparable family breach: The Irish Times
Jul. 22
Daring Asgard plot still reads like a Hollywood thriller 100 years on: Evening Herald
Jul. 27
A 150 Year Old Missing Persons Case – In Search of a 19-Year-Old Irishman: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Jul. 27
From Hoopa - Captain Dougherty: Two Rivers Tribune
Jul. 22
Lynx-eyed hacks at Curragh mutiny: Leinster Leader
Jul. 22
Cobh's historic Titanic pier sold: Irish Examiner, February 17, 2014
Jul. 22
Grave of VC hero finally marked: Glasgow Evening Times
Jul. 13
'If You Ever Want To See Him Alive…Come Immediately' - A Race Against Time For An Irish Soldier's Wife: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Jul. 13
American Independence Day - Remembering How Ireland Forgets: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Jul. 7
150 Years Ago - Dipping Handkerchiefs in the Blood of General Polk: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Jun. 29
The Forgotten Sixty-Ninth - A Thesis on the 69th New York National Guard Artillery: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Jun. 24
New York Herald Interviews Boston College Founder, May 1876: Patheos.com
Jun. 24
'Tell Him I Am A Soger' - Lyrics, Loyalty and Family in the Letters of an Irish Brigade Faugh: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Jun. 16
An Post stamp marks centenary of Home Rule Act: Irish Post
Jun. 16
An Irishwoman's Diary on a Mayo tragedy - A day of grief recalled: The Irish Times
Jun. 16
Newry: A look back in time – Train bound for Warrenpoint ends in disaster: Newry Times
Jun. 16
Sighting of the Lord Blayney ghost ship preceeded the Carlingford Lough Disaster of 1916: Dundalk Democrat
Jun. 16
Civil War Travels With Ms. Rebelle - Myles Walter Keogh: Centreville Independent
Jun. 12
Timothy O'Sullivan Captures an Image to 'Live in History', 150 Years Ago Today: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Jun. 12
'God Help Her' - The Emotional Impact of Cold Harbor, 3rd June 1864, On Two Irish Women: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Jun. 11
Why I'm a graduate of the old school - An Irishman's Diary in praise of outdoor education: The Irish Times
Jun. 11
Memorial Day - The Irish-American Dead of Cold Harbor National Cemetery: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Jun. 4
Victims of Armagh rail disaster to be remembered: Belfast Telegraph
Jun. 4
'We Were All Shaking in Nervousness' - Luke Ferriter and Vermont's 'Sleeping Sentinel': IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
May 25
How a student of Guinness became 'the Faraday of statistics': The Irish Times
May 25
A Long Lived Dubliner Who Witnessed Lincoln's Gettysburg Address: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
May 9
Katikati - How Ulster Scots pioneers created New Zealand town: BBC, February 8, 2014
May 9
'Our Orphan Children Will Not Soon Forget Him' – The Death of General Michael Corcoran: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
May 4
The Green and the Gray – The Irish in the Confederate States of America.: H-Net.org, December 2013
Apr. 20
How UVF brought 20,000 guns into Ulster politics: Belfast Telegraph
Apr. 20
The Long Arm of War – The Impact of the American Civil War On A Dublin City Family: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Apr. 12
U.S. Military Pensioners in 19th Century Ireland: A Listing and Appeal: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Mar. 28
Curragh Mutiny had disastrous effect on discipline in the British Army: The Irish Times
Mar. 28
John Dooley's Civil War: An Irish American's Journey in the First Virginia Infantry Regiment: CivilWarNews.com
Mar. 24
In Bondage to the Irish - Slave Ownership Among Irish Confederate Officers: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Mar. 24
Edward VII in Galway, 1903: Galway Advertiser
Mar. 24
Hibs' fans invited to attend ceremony to unveil a gravestone in honour of former manager Dan McMichael: Edinburgh Reporter
Mar. 11
Bowld Soldier Boys – The Return of Irish Brigade Veterans to New York, January 1864: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Mar. 17
A forgotten Lockout heroine: The Irish Times
Mar. 17
How 'Irish' was Phil Sheridan?: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Mar. 14
There are more Irish links to the Titanic than it being built on this island (Part 2): Carlow Nationalist
Mar. 14
Looking into the Face of a Dying Irish Soldier: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Mar. 11
'Ulster gunrunning story is worthy of a movie': Larne Times
Mar. 11
The Way We War - Incredible photos from the Irish Civil War: Irish Mirror
Feb. 26
How unionism united a century ago to win fight against Home Rule: The News Letter
Feb. 24
'The Old Man of the Sea': The White Star Line's Oldest Passenger?: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com, October 26, 2013
Feb. 24
An Post stops the presses on new commemorative stamp: The Irish Times
Feb. 24
Civil War Timeline - A mother's Civil War story: The Southern Illinoisan
Feb. 7
New postage stamp marks formation of Irish Citizen Army: Irish Post
Feb. 7
Plaque to honour man who sparked 1913 Lockout: Irish Examiner, August 23, 2013
Jan. 27
A controversial mission: The Irish Times, September 10, 2013
Jan. 27
Daniel Divver – An Irish Fireman in the American Civil War: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Jan. 27
What Irish hero Michael Davitt tells us about Jewish history: Mondoweiss
Jan. 21
Dependent Father – How one Irish Brigade Soldier's Service Helped an Elderly Man in Rural Tipperary: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Jan. 21
Fight for the Union – Long road home from Gettysburg: Rochester (MN) Post-Bulletin
Jan. 21
Irish Republican terrorists plotted to kidnap Queen Victoria from Balmoral and hold her hostage to help free comrades from prison: Daily Mail
Jan. 14
Mapping Death in the American Civil War: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Jan. 14
National Monuments Service to rebury century-old shipwreck unearthed by Storm Christine: Irish Independent
Jan. 14
CoI to look at Anglican role during Dublin lock out: Londonderry Sentinel, November 8, 2013
Jan. 8
War's Cruel Hand - The Dedicated Service of Edward Carroll, Irish Brigade: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Jan. 8
There are more Irish links to the Titanic than it being built on this island (part 1): Carlow Nationalist
Jan. 8
'Drop the Liftinant A Curtsey, Woman!' - The Long Service of Sergeant James Fegan, 3rd US Infantry: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Dec. 31
Fenian Raids soldiers buried at Fairview Cemetery: Niagara Falls Review
Dec. 2
'After I Am Dead, Write to My Wife': An Irish Soldier's Last Moments Revealed: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Dec. 2
President Higgins marks centenary of Irish Volunteers: Irish Independent
Nov. 29
'Any Information Will Be Most Thankfully Received by His Mother' - Tracing Missing Irishmen in 1860s New York: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Nov. 18
'How I Came to Kill Your Brother': A Confederate Reveals an Irish-American's Final Moments: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Nov. 10
IRA blast statue should be displayed: Limerick Post
Nov. 10
The Sorry End of Catherine Mullens – Famine Emigrant, Mother of Veterans: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Nov. 6
Letters confirm Kilrush link to Titanic: The News Letter
Nov. 6
Big Jim's legend lives on in city: Evening Herald
Oct. 21
American sojourn shaped James Connolly as a socialist: The Irish Times
Oct. 21
'Equaled by Few – Surpassed by None' – Colonel James Mallon and the Battle of Bristoe Station: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Oct. 21
It's 100 years since the 1913 Lockout, but what has changed?: Carlow Nationalist
Oct. 17
'Sir Edward Carson – a reluctant warrior': Belfast Telegraph
Oct. 17
'So Mote It Be' – A Ramelton, Co. Donegal Mason in the Confederate Army: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Oct. 17
Fr. Whelan, Angel of Andersonville, is Honored in Wexford: Irish America
Oct. 14
John Browne of Ballylanders, Co. Limerick – Confederate Veteran, Mayor of Houston, Texas: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Oct. 14
Who stole the Irish Crown Jewels?: Carlow Nationalist
Oct. 14
Issues of the Lockout remain as relevant now as they were in the Ireland of 1913: Sunday Independent
Oct. 14
Protestant Home Rule rally was a ripple in the pond: The News Letter
Oct. 4
Reporting the Gettysburg Casualties of the 63rd New York, Irish Brigade: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Oct. 4
In the name of Rosie: The Irish Times (Editorial)
Oct. 4
Larkin's road to revolution: The Irish Times
Sep. 27
Carol Hunt – Importance of Lockout was lost in our nationalist myth: Irish Independent
Sep. 27
Political left teamed up to secure naming of €15m bridge: Sunday Independent, September 22, 2013
Sep. 27
Remembering Chickamauga – Researching the Fate of Six 35th Indiana 'First Irish' Soldiers and their Families: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Sep. 27
The Fighting 69th Marches Again: Irish America
Sep. 27
Celts' Bohemian rhapsody found in dusty archive: Belfast Media, September 19, 2013
Sep. 27
The Last Union Irish Veterans of the American Civil War: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Sep. 18
Thousands attend Dublin Lockout commemoration: The Irish Times
Sep. 18
Martin Murphy wasn't the villain of folklore's tales: Irish Independent
Sep. 18
What is the legacy of 1913 Irish strike and lockout?: BBC
Sep. 18
Author recounts the Mother Jones story: Edwardsville Intelligencer
Sep. 18
Troy landmark honors indomitable founder of female labor union: North Adams Transcript
Sep. 16
What is the legacy of 1913 Irish strike and lockout?: BBC
Sep. 16
The First Word: Faugh A Ballagh: Irish America
Sep. 16
Boston Immigrant to Crescent City Soldier – The Poignant Letters of William Hickey: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Sep. 16
Danville was luckier than Lac-Mégantic: Montreal Gazette
Sep. 8
New Dublin bridge to be named after Lockout activist Rosie Hackett: The Irish Times
Sep. 8
Lockout analysis – 1913-2013, the hundred years war: The Irish Times
Sep. 8
1913 Lockout 'deliberately conceived' by business leader, Minister claims: The Irish Times
Aug. 31
How the church put itself before needs of starving children in 1913: Irish Independent
Aug. 31
The Forgotten Poet of Charlestown: Charlestown Patriot-Bridge
Aug. 31
The First Fenian: The National Hibernian Digest
Aug. 31
Scarred Men – The Disfigurements of New York Irishmen, 1863: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Aug. 31
Edward Carson secured the Gold: Derry Journal
Aug. 26
Victorian-era women photographers celebrated: The Irish Times
Aug. 26
In the lead-up to the Lockout: The Irish Times
Aug. 26
The Irish sang When Johnny Comes Marching Home...: Galway Advertiser
Aug. 11
150 Years Ago – The Irish-American Reports on the New York Draft Riots: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com, July 18, 2013
Aug. 5
Hospital Nuns – From the Civil War to Today: Irish America
Aug. 5
The 19th-century Irish man who revolutionised gaming: The Irish Times
Aug. 5
Saratoga – In 150th year, track remains racing institution: The Racing Form
Aug. 5
An Image of Union Donors to the 1863 Irish Relief Fund, Forty Years On: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Jul. 22
It's hot – but it's not quite Kilkenny Castle in 1887: The Irish Times
Jul. 17
In Search of Willie – Seeking John Mitchel's Son After Pickett's Charge: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Jul. 12
Shame of the fighting Irish: The Irish Times
Jul. 12
Higgins says 1913 lockout can inspire: The Irish Times
Jul. 12
'Rather a Monotonous Affair' – An Irishman on the Union Blockade: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Jul. 10
Heroine of US traced to Cork: Irish Examiner
Jul. 10
Remembering the many Irish lost at Gettysburg: Irish Examiner, July 3, 2013
Jul. 4
The Ages and Origins of the Union's Irish Soldiers: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Jul. 4
Falcarragh-born US Civil War hero remembered: Donegal Democrat
Jun. 24
A Yankee and Rebel Side by Side in Cork Harbour: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Jun. 20
Medal of Honor – First Lieutenant Menomen O'Donnell, 11th Missouri Infantry: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Jun. 16
A Regimental Child and the Baby Name Civil War: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Jun. 10
Descendants of cable visionaries to meet at site: Irish Examiner
June 1
The Personal Story of Bernard Quinn: Irish Emigrant, U.S. Soldier: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
May 26
Irishman gives life for 'sweet land of America': Danville Commercial News
May 21
Jennie fought in American Civil War disguised as a man: Drogheda Independent
May 21
Can You Help Find Medal of Honor Recipient Martin McHugh's Descendants?: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
May 21
The Losses of 21 Irish Regiments during the American Civil War: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
May 11
Graphic novel gives new life to story of Larkin and the 1913 Lockout: Evening Herald
May 7
150 Years Ago – The Human Cost of Chancellorsville for two Irish Women: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
May 7
'Information Wanted' – The Irish Missing and Disappeared of the Civil War: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
May 3
'Good-By, Good-By' – Richard Byrnes Writes a Final Letter to His Wife: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Apr. 25
The Irish Brigade - Heroes of The Civil War: Irish America
Apr. 15
The Civil War Story of Patrick O'Dea and his 'Beloved Mother': IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Apr. 3
June 21st, 1912 [Women's suffrage]: The Irish Times, June 21, 2012
Apr. 3
May 1st, 1912 [Home Rule]: The Irish Times, May 1, 2012
Mar. 26
Naming Over 800 Union Soldiers Who Supported the Poor of Ireland: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Mar. 20
The union cult of Larkin is built on factually baseless myths: Irish Independent, March 5, 2013
Mar. 20
Medal of Honor – First Sergeant William Jones, 73rd New York Infantry: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Mar. 17
Exhibition on Ulster Covenant provides much to ponder: Belfast Telegraph, June 23, 2012
Mar. 17
The Civil War – Irish Brigade's St. Patrick's Day festivities: Washington Times
Mar. 15
South Derry Volunteers – men 'of good courage': The News Letter
Mar. 15
Where Were 'Irish' Soldiers From? – A Case Study of the 90th Illinois Infantry: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com, March 27, 2012
Mar. 9
Woodbury resident Mike Plunkett brings Irish Brigade to life through song: South Jersey Times
Mar. 9
March 22nd, 1877 [Frenchmen of Irish descent – ancien Irlandais]: The Irish Times, March 22, 2012
Mar. 9
March 14th, 1881 [Land War]: The Irish Times, March 14, 2012
Mar. 1
Visualising the Demographics of Death: 82 men of the 9th Massachusetts: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Mar. 1
Stepping back in time on the Covenant trail: The News Letter, March 5, 2012
Feb. 19
"Dublin 1911" – A Year in the Life of Dublin from newspapers, ads and photos: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com, March 10, 2012
Feb. 19
April 4th, 1896 [National schools]: The Irish Times, April 4, 2012
Feb. 19
April 9th, 1912 [Home Rule]: The Irish Times, April 9, 2012
Feb. 11
McClellan or Lincoln? An Irish-American View of the 1864 Presidential Election: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com, November 6, 2012
Feb. 7
Ulster Covenant – How Edward Carson rose from politician to a visionary statesman: Belfast Telegraph, February 1, 2013
Feb. 7
The First Fighting Irish: NYTimes.com, February 3, 2013
Feb. 4
A father and son divided by Civil War: Sligo Weekender, December 14, 2012
Feb. 4
The Irish Brigade Cigarette Case in the Attic: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Feb. 4
A Tale of One City – Charles Dickens in Belfast: BBC, February 6, 2012
Jan. 30
An Irishman's Diary [Dickens & the Fenians]: The Irish Times, February 8, 2012
Jan. 30
'Prophetic' Covenant novel in the spotlight: BBC, September 21, 2012
Jan. 25
Rathfriland unionists not found wanting during crisis: The News Letter, December 4, 2012
Jan. 25
The Fighting Irish Brigade: New York Times, December 11, 2012
Jan. 24
Medal of Honor – Private Patrick Ginley, 1st New York Light Artillery: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Jan. 24
When Oscar Met Walt – Oscar Wilde and Walt Whitman, January 1882: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Jan. 22
Newry's Ulster Volunteers – determined to defend 'the gap of the North': The News Letter
Jan. 22
Former foe is now friend of the British hierarchy: Irish Independent, January 5, 2011
Jan. 22
Debate needed on legacy of 1913 Dublin lockout: The Irish Times
Jan. 21
'Transported to Fairyland': Christmas With Corcoran's Irish Legion, 1862: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Jan. 21
More than Kelly's remains stay lodged in folk legend: The Age (Melbourne)
Jan. 21
'To Hate And Despise The Negro': Towards an Understanding of 1860s Irish Attitudes to African-Americans: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Jan. 18
How City of Derry Volunteers prepared for siege against Home Rule: The News Letter, December 11, 2012
Dec. 18
Homage is paid to Irish Brigade: Fredericksburg Free Lance-Star, December 10, 2012
Dec. 11
'Hell Personified was Close at Hand' – Captain John Donovan's Account of Fredericksburg: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com, December 9, 2012
Dec. 11
Assolutamente No to Nast honor: Irish Echo, January 18, 2012
Nov. 29
Bid to clear name of man hanged for murder... in 1882: Irish Examiner, November 21, 2012
Nov. 27
No love lost among Irish immigrants for honest Abraham Lincoln: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com, November 17, 2012
Nov. 20
Manchester Martyrs remembered in Hugginstown in last event of its kind: Kilkenny People, November 16, 2012
Nov. 20
154 years on... Killead honours Crimea VC hero: Belfast Telegraph, November 12, 2011
Nov. 9
Tapestry to commemorate centenary of 1913 lockout: The Irish Times, November 7, 2012
Nov. 9
'American Invasion' proved a costly adventure for the nascent GAA: The Irish Times, November 7, 2012
Nov. 9
Why Ulster Covenant centenary must be open to everyone: Belfast Telegraph, September 25, 2012
Oct. 29
Republican revolutionaries 'followed Carson's example': The Irish Times, March 23, 2012
Oct. 29
October 29th, 1912 [Editorial on Home Rule bill]: The Irish Times, October 29, 2012
Oct. 29
October 23rd, 1912 [Irish language movement]: The Irish Times, October 23, 2012
Oct. 25
Ireland's Forgotten Famine Generation: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com, September 8, 2012
Oct. 21
Ulster Covenant – Tyrone communities unite to make clear their resolve: Belfast Telegraph, September 26, 2012
Oct. 20
October 15, 1908 [Tristan and Isolde]: The Irish Times, October 15, 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
Ulster Covenant – Colliding ambitions could be compared with those in Europe: Belfast Telegraph, October 1, 2012
Oct. 14
More to the Ulster Covenant than concern for Protestantism: Belfast Telegraph, September 24, 2012
Oct. 14
Plaque recalls anti-slavery activist's visit: Irish Examiner, September 1, 2012
Oct. 14
Lenin spoke English with an Irish accent, say Russians: Irish Independent, August 24, 2012
Oct. 14
Around the world from Dublin on a bike – in 1912: The Irish Times, October 10, 2012
Oct. 14
A fresh look at Home Rule: Irish News, September 29, 2012
Oct. 6
How Ulster Covenant put the gun into Irish politics: The Irish Times, September 27, 2012
Oct. 6
Covenant Day 1912 – Belfast had never seen anything like it: Belfast Telegraph, October 1, 2012
Oct. 6
Fighting to stay British – The strange history of the Ulster Covenant: BBC, September 27, 2012
Sep. 29
Ulster Covenant – The Great War saved unionism from total catastrophe: Belfast Telegraph, September 27, 2012
Sep. 29
How Ulster Covenant drew support across England and Scotland: BBC, September 27, 2012
Sep. 29
Ulster Covenant – History lessons can help us shape a better future: Belfast Telegraph, September 27, 2012
Sep. 29
'Signed in blood' claim challenged by scientific test: BBC, September 27, 2012
Sep. 29
The Ulster Covenant – loyalist or nationalist, where would we be without it?: The Irish Times, September 29, 2012
Sep. 29
Back to health Paisley on Covenant: UTV Internet, September 24, 2012
Sep. 29
Ulster Covenant had as much to do with class as constitution: Belfast Telegraph, September 27, 2012
Sep. 29
On the brink of civil war: BBC, September 26, 2012
Sep. 29
Ulster Covenant – How Edward Carson rose from politician to a visionary statesman: Belfast Telegraph, September 24, 2012
Sep. 29
Sir Edward Carson's rallying cry re-enacted in Enniskillen: BBC, September 8, 2012
Sep. 24
McDowell questions Ulster Covenant: The Irish Times, September 24, 2012
Sep. 24
Local soldier recalled for contribution to Civil War battle: Hazleton Standard-Speaker, September 17, 2012
Sep. 24
An Irishwoman's Diary [1852 court case]: The Irish Times, September 4, 2012
Sep. 24
An Irishman's Diary [Parnell's body arrives back in Ireland]: The Irish Times, October 11, 2011
Sep. 24
The Stonewall of the West: New York Times, September 3, 2012
Sep. 18
SDLP councillor's ancestor in picture of Covenant signing: Irish News, September 9, 2012
Sep. 18
September 17th, 1912 [George Bernard Shaw & the Suffragettes]: The Irish Times, September 17, 2012
Sep. 18
Churchill's Home Rule Debate – 100 Years On: Derry Journal, September 6, 2012
Sep. 8
James Cameron hails Titanic heroes: Belfast Telegraph, September 7, 2012
Sep. 8
August 25th, 1886 [Moonlighters]: The Irish Times, August 25, 2012
Sep. 8
Jeremiah O'Brien – The Last Irish Veteran of the American Civil War?: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com, August 20, 2012
Aug. 29
Great grandmother says she has Irish Australian outlaw Ned Kelly's skull: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com, August 28, 2012
Aug. 29
Redmond was a realist – some successors were not: The Irish Times, April 13, 2012
Aug. 25
An Irishman was first athlete to win Olympic gold: Irish Examiner, August 3, 2012
Aug. 25
Historic UVF rifle found in Belfast attic: Belfast Telegraph, November 3, 2011
Aug. 20
Medal of Honor – Seaman Martin McHugh Remembered: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com, May 5, 2012
Aug. 16
August 1st, 1912 [Home Rule]: The Irish Times, August 1, 2012
Aug. 16
Identifying the Irishman who Fired the Union's First Shot of the American Civil War?: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com, July 20, 212
Aug. 15
Documentary to mark Irishman who invented modern submarine: Irish Examiner, August 13, 2012
Aug. 15
What lies beneath: The Irish Times, August 27, 2011
Aug. 15
Irish Olympians who won pre-1922 deserve their place on our 'podium': Irish Examiner, July 20, 2012
Jul. 22
An event to remember, but not to celebrate: Irish Echo, April 20, 2011
Jul. 22
The last invasion and Canada's forgotten first casualties: Toronto Star, March 25, 2012
Jul. 15
Medal of Honor – Assistant Surgeon Richard Curran, 33rd New York Infantry: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com, July 14, 2012
Jul. 22
May 4th, 1878 [American Fenians offer to help Russians in war with British]: The Irish Times, May 4, 2012
Jul. 15
Titanic memorial to be unveiled at Harland and Wolff: BBC, July 6, 2012
Jul. 15
Ulster Covenant obelisk unveiled: Portadown Times, June 30, 2012
Jul. 15
Nurse Mary McCoy, The Battle of Fair Oaks and a 'Tin Dipper' for President Lincoln: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com, May 31, 2012
Jun. 15
An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, May 1, 2012
Jun. 15
The Day the Irish Invaded Canada: Irish America/IrishCentral.com, April/May, 2012
Jun. 14
Census 1911 – Belfast's Shankill had as many Irish speakers as Falls: Belfast Telegraph, April 2, 2012
Jun. 14
June 12th, 1912 [Partition proposal]: The Irish Times, June 12, 2012
Jun. 13
A Louisiana Tiger and Mosby Ranger in Ireland: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com, June 9, 2012
Jun. 13
History counts [ 1911 Census]: Irish Examiner, April 4, 2011
Jun. 6
Orange Order marks Ulster Covenant centenary: The News Letter, April 30, 2012
May 20
Front page of historic Ulster Covenant missing: BBC, May 10, 2012
May 15
Researchers on trail of Marconi and aviators: The Irish Times, May 19, 2011
May 15
Centenary Spawns "Titanic Industry" While Addergoole Remembers Her Loss: Huffington Post, April 4, 2012
May 15
From Andersonville, visions of hell on Earth: Albany Times Union, May 7, 2012
May 8
When the UVF took to horse power: The News Letter, May 2, 2012
May 8
Monument now marks grave of local Medal of Honor recipient: Danville Commercial News, April 22, 2012
May 5
Boomtown Belfast: BBC, March 30, 2012
May 5
Reporting on a night to remember: The Irish Times, April 14, 2012
May 5
Monument to mark John Redmond speech unveiled: The Irish Times, April 30, 2012
May 5
Behind Titanic tragedy, another dark story: Irish Echo, April 25, 2012 (by Gerry Adams)
Apr. 28
April 18th, 1912 [Home Rule Bill]: The Irish Times, April 18, 2012
Apr. 21
Boylan represents Sinn Féin in San Francisco: Newry Times, April 20, 2012
Apr. 21
The woman who won the heart of Titanic's Thomas Andrews: BBC, April 12, 2012
Apr. 19
Titanic owners sued by grieving father Thomas Ryan: BBC, April 16, 2012
Apr. 19
Faces of the Titanic – Survivor Ellen Shine's gripping story: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com, April 9, 2012
Apr. 19
Titanic – One of history's greatest scoops landed by Belfast Telegraph: Belfast Telegraph, April 6, 2012
Apr. 19
Queenstown locals believed Titanic touched by devil: Sunday Independent, April 1, 2012
Apr. 19
Titanic – One of history's greatest scoops landed by Belfast Telegraph: Belfast Telegraph, April 6, 2012
Apr. 12
Queenstown locals believed Titanic touched by devil: Sunday Independent, April 1, 2012
Apr. 12
Faces of the Titanic – Survivor Ellen Shine's gripping story: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com, April 9, 2012
Apr. 12
Rathfriland Orangeman who died on Titanic: Banbridge Leader, February 3, 2012
Apr. 12
Boomtown Belfast: BBC, March 30, 2012
Apr. 12
Great-grandson's search uncovers Titanic heroism of an Irish mother: Irish Independent, April 7, 2012
Apr. 10
Remembering the Titanic – and a Lost Era of Industrial Greatness: Forbes, April 5, 2012
Apr. 10
Belfast is making a fuss about the Titanic but for decades there was no memorial to the greatest peacetime maritime disaster: Irish Independent, April 4, 2012
Apr. 10
Fr Browne's 'Titanic' legacy: The Irish Times, April 7, 2012
Apr. 10
Did poor workmanship sink the Titanic? Physicist claims missing rivets were crucial to 'cascade' of events that sank liner: Daily Mail, April 2, 2012
Apr. 10
The Ulster Unionist campaign against Irish Home Rule: The News Letter, March 21, 2012
Mar. 24
Some thoughts about signing of the Ulster Covenant: Belfast Media, March 18, 2012
Mar. 18
Titanic anniversary – the Irish village where the suffering still runs deep: The Observer, March 18, 2012
Mar. 18
Monument To Fenian Invasion Unveiled Ahead Of St. Patrick's Day: WKBW.com, March 16, 2012
Mar. 18
All shades were unlucky for Parnell: Irish Echo, March 14, 2012
Mar. 16
Captain Lawrence Collins, 58th Illinois Infantry, and the Fall of Fort Donelson: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com, March 13, 2012
Mar. 16
March 24th, 1877 [ Gamblers brought low]: The Irish Times, March 24, 2011
Mar. 16
Home Rule and the Ulster Covenant: BBC, March 12, 2012
Mar. 13
Titanic tale: Sligo Champion, February 29, 2012
Mar. 5
Irish Colonels – Henry F. O'Brien, 11th New York Infantry: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com, February 25, 2012
Feb. 29
The suffragette struggle in Ulster: The News Letter, February 27, 2012
Feb. 29
Views fit for a queen: Irish Examiner, March 5, 2011
Feb. 27
Fighting Mike Lawler – Abe Lincoln's Lilywhite General: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com, February 22, 2012
Feb. 25
When Winston Churchill said the wrong thing . . .: The News Letter, February 22, 2012
Feb. 22
February 19th, 1912[Votes for women]: The Irish Times, February 19, 2011
Feb. 22
Spreading Fenianism in the Army of the Potomac: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com
Feb. 11
Cartoonist Thomas Nast's Catholic-hating was common for his time: Newark Star-Ledger, January 22, 2012
Jan. 24
Kerrymen's tribute to county's Medal of Honor heroes: IrishEmigrant.com, December 6, 2011
Dec. 29
Parnell's mastery over embittered Catholics remains a mystery: Sunday Independent, December 25, 2011
Dec. 27
Rare photo recalls heroics of TJ the 'Steam Engine': Irish Independent, December 20, 2011
Dec. 20
The Fenian Dynamite Campaign and the Irish American Impetus for Dynamite Terror, 1881-1885: StudentPulse.com, December 18, 2011
Dec. 19
Where Were 'Irish' Soldiers From? – A Case Study of the 23rd Illinois Infantry: IrishAmericanCivilWar.com, December 3, 2011
Dec. 19
Men of the USS Monitor – County Galway, Ireland is Home to Another American Hero: HuffingtonPost.com, December 13, 2011
Dec. 15
December 14th, 1891 [Parnellites vs the anti-Parnellites]: The Irish Times, December 14, 2011
Dec. 15
'Adopted citizens' loyal to Union cause: Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, November 21, 2011
Nov. 25
Poignant memento – Family died in 'Titanic' disaster: The Irish Times, November 21, 2011
Nov. 25
The painful Dublin birth of Newman's idea of a Catholic university: The Irish Times, December 7, 2010
Nov. 19
An Irishman's Diary [US Civil War]: The Irish Times, November 11, 2011
Nov. 11
Medal of Honor recipient found in unmarked grave: Danville Commercial News, November 5, 2011
Nov. 7
That strange English passion for Ireland: Galway Advertiser, November 25, 2010
Nov. 7
October 31st, 1867 [Disestablishing Church of Ireland]: The Irish Times, October 31, 2011
Nov. 4
An Irishman's Diary [Stoker's Dracula & Westenra]: The Irish Times, October 27, 2011
Nov. 1
October 28th, 1905 [God Save the King protest]: The Irish Times, October 28, 2011
Oct. 31
History Lessons – Stories from Donegal Cahir Healy, MP 1877-1970: Donegal Democrat, October 29, 2011
Oct. 31
The 'savage' Irish peasant unfit for Home Rule: Galway Advertiser, October 27, 2011
Oct. 29
Tyndall – Climate change visionary: Irish Examiner, September 30, 2011
Oct. 29
An Irishman's Diary [Rathmines News and Dublin Lantern]: The Irish Times, October 29, 2010
Oct. 25
Medal of Honor – Private Thomas T. Fallon, 37th New York Infantry: Irish in the American Civil War, October 13, 2011
Oct. 22
When Applying the Paint Was Spreading the News: New York Times, October 19, 2011
Oct. 19
Dublin boys sought shorter hours and caning ban: The Irish Times, September 14, 2011
Oct. 14
Finding a more realistic faith in Ireland's future: BBC, September 11, 2011
Oct. 14
Scotland-Ireland undersea rail link plan 'a surprise': BBC, October 9, 2011
Oct. 10
Ernest Shackleton – the life of a hero: Daily Telegraph, September 14, 2011
Sep. 30
Dipping Into the Past: Orangeville Citizen, September 30, 2011
Sep. 30
Ulsterman's instrumental role in the modernisation of China: The News Letter, September 21, 2011
Sep. 28
The Irishman behind the science of climate change: The Irish Times, September 22, 2011
Sep. 23
Was Orangeman Edward De Cobain jailed for a crime he didn't commit?: BBC, September 15, 2011
Sep. 19
September 8th, 1866 [Fenian raids on Canada]: The Irish Times, September 8, 2011
Sep. 12
Paying homage to a jewel in our shipbuilding crown: Belfast Telegraph, September 6, 2011
Sep. 6
DNA results confirm remains as those of Ned: Irish Echo (Australia), September 1, 2011
Sep. 2
Edward Carson denied blue plaque by English Heritage: BBC, April 18, 2011
Aug. 26
Singing praises of 'forgotten patriot' who wrote anthem: Irish Independent, April 26, 2011
Aug. 26
GAA Rule 27 was a 'PR disaster': Irish Post, April 13, 2011
Aug. 26
On display – the inside story of Titanic as told to disaster inquiry: Belfast Telegraph, April 21, 2011
Aug. 24
NY street renamed in honour of Bohola Olympian's club: Mayo News
Aug. 24
Teaching Irish in Connemara 1907: Galway Advertiser, August 18, 2011
Aug. 23
Missionary was original Celtic Tiger: The Irish Times, August 20, 2011
Aug. 23
Jennie Hodgers – The Irishwoman Who Fought as a Man in the Union Army: Irish in the American Civil War, August 17, 2011
Aug. 21
Sale of Biddy Early cottage 'chance' to develop tourist site: Irish Independent, August 1, 2011
Aug. 20
TCD Geneticist Unearths Correspondence between Irish Physicist and Famous British Botanist: TCD.ie
Aug. 14
Titanic memorial planned for Killoe: Longford Leader, August 3, 2011
Aug. 12
An Irish Revolutionary Lived Here: CharlestownPatch.com, August 8, 2011
Aug. 10
An Irishman's Diary [ Parnell Monument Dublin ]: The Irish Times, August 8, 2011
Aug. 10
Titanic interest in Belfast visitor centre: UTV Internet, August 3, 2011
Aug. 8
An Irishwoman's Diary [John O'Connor Power]: The Irish Times, August 4, 2011
Aug. 8
Honoured at last – Olympic legend that Northern Ireland forgot: Belfast Telegraph, July 25, 2011
Jul. 30
Letters reveal Roosevelt's fascination with Celtic mythology: The Irish Times, July 22, 2011
Jul. 30
Sinking was disaster but ship was engineering triumph: BBC, May 30, 2011
Jul. 18
From the archive, 13 July 1886 – The Orange celebration: The Guardian, July 13, 2011
Jul. 14
26 September 1912 – The "Ulsteria" of Sir Edward Carson: The Guardian, May 21, 2011
Jul. 12
The forgotten war hero: Irish Independent, July 2, 2011
Jul. 10
How the clergy failed the people of Dublin during the 1913 lockout: Carlow Nationalist, June 27, 2011
Jul. 9
Final link sought on medal from Civil War: Buffalo News, July 4, 2011
Jul. 5
Titanic lives exhumed from dusty archives: Irish Examiner, July 1, 2011
Jul. 1
Queenstown Titanic lies deep in Cobh's memory: Irish Independent, May 31, 2011
Jun. 28
How Ireland's first Wimbledon hero died a convicted killer: Irish Independent, June 23, 2011
Jun. 28
October 9th, 1873 [19th Century time-keeping]: The Irish Times, October 9, 2010
Jun. 26
Britain's first woman veterinarian: American Veterinary Medical Association, June 1, 2011
Jun. 23
Michael Molloy of the Addergoole Titanic Society tells the remarkable story of how 11 people from just one Co Mayo parish perished on board the Titanic: Irish Independent, May 31, 2011
Jun. 21
June 18th, 1913 [ Anti Home Rule meeting in London]: The Irish Times, June 18, 2011
Jun. 20
Scrappy Phil Sheridan: TheWildGeese.com, April 1, 2011
Jun. 16
July 20th, 1912 – From the archives [Home Rule]: The Irish Times, July 20, 2010
Jun. 15
Tales from the Shipyard: BBC, February 21, 2011
Jun. 15
Ralph Riegel on the day Titanic left Cork for the first and final time: Irish Independent, May 31, 2011
Jun. 14
On trail of famous Carson pilgrimage: The News Letter, June 13, 2011
Jun. 13
Pride of shipyard that will never be forgotten: Belfast Telegraph, May 31, 2011
Jun. 1
70 years on, motive for wartime Dublin bombing still a mystery: Irish Independent, June 1, 2011
Jun. 1
Life of Cork woman and heroine in Paraguay to be featured in TV drama: The Irish Times, May 14, 2011
May 30
Cork event hails Irish inventor of submarine: Irish Examiner, May 9, 2011
May 30
Yes, he did ...: Irish Examiner, May 21, 2011
May 23
The queen in 2011 ... the king in 1911: Irish Examiner, May 14, 2011
May 20
Thin ring of steel around King George V in 1911: Sunday Business Post, May 15, 2011
May 18
Irish regiment places headstones for five Civil War soldiers in Philadelphia: Philadelphia Inquirer, May 15, 2011
May 16
Give Dracula an immortal home in Ireland: BBC, May 3, 2011
May 13
First official attempt to analyse surnames in Ireland [May 13th, 1890]: The Irish Times, May 13, 2011
May 13
How major tourist site almost became home for Windsors: Irish Independent, May 11, 2011
May 12
When the people of Derry went Wilde for Oscar: Derry Journal, May 6, 2011
May 12
An Irishman's Diary [Titanic launch]: The Irish Times, April 26, 2011
May 6
Titanic's tender ship celebrates its centenary: BBC, April 25, 2011
May 3
Irishman who invented the submarine to be honoured: Irish Independent, April 23, 2010
May 3
An Irishman's Diary [Queen Victoria's 1861 visit]: The Irish Times, April 30, 2011
Apr. 30
A Collaboration Across 130 Years: New York Times, April 21, 2011
Apr. 28
Sinking of the Titanic – 99 years on: Belfast Telegraph, April 14, 2011
Arp. 19
Derryveagh evictions, 150 years on: Derry Journal, April 12, 2011
Apr. 13
Scrappy Phil Sheridan: TheWildGeese.com, April 1, 2011
Apr. 13
Irish explorer Tom Crean remembered with Greenland peak: BBC, April 11, 2011
Apr. 13
Fuss 'n' flurry – Queen Victoria's 1900 visit to Ireland: BBC, April 12, 2011
Apr. 13
April 23rd, 1888 – Daughter of murder victim targeted at Mass: The Irish Times, April 23, 2010
Apr. 12
Passenger items to go on show for Titanic exhibition: Irish Examiner, April 12, 2011
Apr. 12
19th century map reveals bustling retail quarter: Irish Examiner, February 26, 2010
Apr. 12
Prgress – The 'Fighting Irishman': Alberta Lea Tribune, March 23, 2011
Mar. 30
Stamps to honour Irish suffrage movement: Irish Examiner, March 3, 2011
Mar. 24
Town to mark 100th anniversary of Dungannon woman who helped shape the Indian nation: Tyrone Times, March 2, 2011
Mar. 24
Ceremony planned to honour 'forgotten' Land League activist: The Irish Times, March 21, 2011
Mar. 22
Railway project stuck on slow side of tracks: The Irish Times, Marh 22, 2010
Mar. 22
Executions in Galway Gaol: Galway Advertiser, February 3, 2011
Mar. 19
March 16th, 1900 [Queen Victoria visit]: The Irish Times, March 16, 2011
Mar. 19
The Pope's Irish Battalion: TheWildGeese.com, March 16, 2011
Mar. 18
March 12th, 1894 [Rugby]: The Irish Times, March 12, 2011
Mar. 18
SS Nomadic comes 'home' for restoration: The News Letter, February 2, 2011
Mar. 16
Troublesome Irish poster to be auctioned on St Patrick's Day: The Irish Times, March 12, 2011
Mar. 16
March 1st, 1864 [American Civil War]: The Irish Times
Mar. 9
An Irishman's Diary [George Sigerson]: The Irish Times, February 24, 2011
Mar. 7
March 3rd, 1880 [Land War]: The Irish Times, March 3, 2011
Mar. 5
January 29th, 1876 [Statue of Daniel O'Connell]: The Irish Times, January 29, 2011
Feb. 23
Two men of destiny meet on Tawin Island: Galway Advertiser, January 20, 2011
Feb. 23
January 29th, 1876 [Statue of Daniel O'Connell]: The Irish Times, January 29, 2011
Feb. 21
Ireland to Foxboro – Michael McNamara's journey: Foxboro Reporter, February 17, 2011
Feb. 21
An Irishman's Diary [Dhammaloka – Buddhist monk from Co. Dublin]: The Irish Times, February 15, 2011
Feb. 17
'Henceforth Irish is to be the language of Tawin': Galway Advertiser, January 13, 2011
Feb. 14
Friedrich Engels and his forgotten journey to County Galway: Galway Advertiser, February 3, 2011
Feb. 13
Belfast shipyard's legacy is kept afloat at museum: Belfast Telegraph, January 22, 2011
Jan. 23
Irish hero's Victoria Cross goes under hammer: Evening Herald, December 24, 2010
Dec. 26
Battle is on to save the house that Conan Doyle built: The Independent, December 17, 2010
Dec. 17
Rare Casement photographs of Amazon tribe found: Irish Examiner, December 16, 2010
Dec. 16
An Irishman's Diary [The Irish House]: The Irish Times, January 29, 2010
Dec. 13
'UVF' letters show Londonderry link to gun running: Londonderry Sentinel, October 28, 2010
Nov. 18
From the archives – November 3rd, 1911 [ John Redmond on Home Rule]: The Irish Times, November 4, 2010
Nov. 18
An Irishman's Diary [Henry George & Ireland]: The Irish Times, November 6, 2010
Nov. 16
How George V was received by the Irish in 1911: Daily Telegraph, November 10, 2010
Nov. 10
Jewish envoy says Limerick pogrom is 'over-portrayed': Limerick Leader, November 5, 2010
Nov. 9
How a mother's children were taken away forever: BBC, November 7, 2010
Nov. 8
€50,000 and Rising. . . Fenian flag goes under the hammer: Irish Independent, November 2, 2010
Nov. 2
From the archives – October 22nd, 1913 [English unions and the Lockout]: The Irish Times, October 23, 2010
Oct. 28
Philip Rosen lectures on the Molly Maguires in Fort Washington: Montgomery News, October 22, 2010
Oct. 28
October 27th 1865 [O'Connell statue]: The Irish Times, October 27, 2010
Oct. 27
Lord Dunkellin's statue: Galway Advertiser, October 21, 2010
Oct. 23
From the archives – October 22nd, 1913 [English unions and the Lockout]: The Irish Times, October 22, 2010
Oct. 23
Omeath man's true story has just been published in the UK: Dundalk Democrat, October 20, 2010
Oct. 21
Forgotten heroes who conquered the Pole: Irish Examiner, October 13, 2010
Oct. 13
Controversy over religious emblems [November 12th, 1892]: The Irish Times, November 12, 2009
Oct. 11
Ireland's worst racist in America recalled: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com, October 9, 2010
Oct. 11
Shot Mullingar policeman honoured on new Dublin plaque: Westmeath Examiner, September 29, 2010
Oct. 6
Bombing of The Times in 1910 set labor back a generation: Los Angeles Times
Oct. 6
Addergoole Titanic Society gets Boston boost: Western People, September 28, 2010
Oct. 1
An Irishman's Diary – Robin Flower & Great Blasket Island: The Irish Times, July 7, 2010
Sep. 27
April 28th, 1906 – Women's protest for right to vote polarises opinion: The Irish Times, April 28, 2010
Sep. 23
Australian Ambassador visits home of famous Moy explorer: Tyrone Times, September 3, 2010
Sep. 16
An Irishman's Diary [Cardinal Newman in Ireland]: The Irish Times, September 13, 2010
Sep. 13
An Irishman's Diary [MJF McCarthy – critic of the Catholic Church in early 20th century Ireland]: The Irish Times, June 1, 2010
Sep. 13
Australian folklore hero was from Moy in Tyrone: The News Letter, August 19, 2010
Sep. 10
September 8th, 1884 [Churchill's father toured Ireland during Land League campaign]: The Irish Times, September 8, 2010
Sep. 8
Irish explorer of Australia took bad decisions – author: The Irish Times, September 6, 2010
Sep. 6
A 'traitor' in Britain but an Irish hero in the Amazon: The Irish Times, September 4, 2010
Sep. 5
Was Chicago home to the country's 1st female cop?: Chicago Tribune, September 1, 2010
Sep. 4
August 24th, 1892 – From the archives [Dublin's typhoid rate]: The Irish Times, August 24, 2010
Aug. 27
Larne honours the home town hero who transformed surgery and saved thousands of lives: Belfast Telegraph, August 24, 2010
Aug. 27
Michael Davitt – Mayo's Most Famous Son: Connaught Telegraph
Aug. 11
Paltry bequest of £250 proves Wilde died as he lived – beyond his means: The Irish Times, August 11, 2010
Aug. 11
Regeneration plan for home of unionist leader: The News Letter, July 27, 2010
Jul. 31
July 21st, 1914: The Irish Times, July 21, 2010
Jul. 22
July 19th, 1912 – From the archives: The Irish Times, June 19, 2010
Jul. 19
June 17th, 1861 – When Ireland was deemed a mere breakwater for empire's ports: The Irish Times, June 17, 2010
Jun. 30
Monaghan's American Civil War hero honoured: Monaghan Gazette, June 23, 2010
Jun. 26
Order launches 1912 Covenant celebrations: The News Letter, June 21, 2010
Jun. 23
June 11th, 1896 – Nationalist criticism of British police challenged: The Irish Times
Jun. 14
Oldest Ireland census goes online: BBC, June 4, 2010
Jun. 9
How Dev was nearly lost to science: The Irish Times, May 13, 2010
Jun. 9
June 1st, 1881 – Land War victim shot on way to Mass with his children: The Irish Times, June 2, 2010
Jun. 2
Cobh sailor recollected at 'Titanic' ceremony: The Irish Times, April 12, 2010
May 28
Titanic victim's grave marked: Boston Globe, May 23, 2010
May 23
An Irishman's Diary – Chief O'Neill: The Irish Times, May 21, 2010
May 22
May 20th, 1901 – Modern girls vastly different from Victorian 'Miss': The Irish Times, May 21, 2010
May 21
High mortality rate blamed on extreme cold: The Irish Times, February 4, 2010
Apr. 23
April 14th, 1869 – Church resists removal of its official status: The Irish Times, April 14, 2010
Apr. 16
Ancient crates of spirits found in ice under hut of Irish Antarctic explorer: The Irish Times, February 6, 2010
Apr. 11
April 5th, 1864 – Emigrant abduction used to recruit for army: The Irish Times, April 5, 2010
Apr. 5
The strange mystery of the ship and the cursing stone: Derry Journal, March 26, 2010
Mar. 27
'Dignity of Titanic Memorial restored': The News Letter, March 24, 2010
Mar. 27
Tragic end for daring 'Freeman's Journal' reporter: The Irish Times, December 17, 2009
Mar. 12
King Louis of Bavaria and his Irish Lola: The Irish Times, March 9, 2010
Mar. 10
August 10th, 1859 – A modest proposal to keep the dismal Liffey swamp out of sight: The Irish Times, August 10, 2009
Mar. 7
February 25th, 1891 – Parnell speaks to GAA members on policing issues: The Irish Times, February 25, 2010
Mar. 6
Village set to honour chip-eating Olympian: The News Letter, February 18, 2010
Mar. 2
An Irishman's Diary -- JJ O'Kelly: The Irish Times, August 24, 2009
Feb. 28
Authorities show little interest in educating the poor: The Irish Times, February 15, 2010
Feb. 26
An Irishman's Diary – Whitley Stokes: The Irish Times, February 8, 2010
Feb. 25
Ireland's top inventor lies in unmarked grave: Sunday Tribune, January 17, 2010
Feb. 21
Michael Davitt in a league of his own: The Irish Times, May 26, 2009
Feb. 20
February 16th, 1867 – Kerry's Fenian rising proves a disjointed affair: The Irish Times, February 16, 2010
Feb. 17
Writing nearly on the wall for Parnell: The Irish Times, February 13, 2010
Feb. 15
Flying the flag – Reliving Ireland's golden days of Olympic glory: Irish Examiner, February 13, 2010
Feb. 14
House receives Charles Stewart Parnell, Feb. 2, 1880: Politico
Feb. 3
Controversy over religious emblems: The Irish Times, November 12, 2009
Jan. 31
Campaign for rebuilding of Carlisle Bridge: The Irish Times, January 21, 2010
Jan. 28
May 29th, 1913 – Heated debate on 1912 Ulster Covenant: The Irish Times, May 29, 2009
Jan. 26
No skating on thin ice a century ago: The News Letter, January 18, 2010
Jan. 20
An Irishwoman's Diary – Nun of Kenmare: The Irish Times, January 19, 2010
Jan. 19
An Irishman's Diary – Joseph Dillon: The Irish Times, January 12, 2010
Jan. 13
October 19th, 1908 – When Catholics of Swords turned violent against new evangelical congregation: The Irish Times, October 19, 2009
Jan. 4
Centenary of first Irish powered flight celebrated: The Irish Times, December 31, 2009
Dec. 31
Who was Mr Gladstone's Home Rule Bill to satisfy?: The Irish Times, April 9, 2009
Dec. 30
December 16th, 1882 – Harrowing Maamtrasna executions: The Irish Times, December 16, 2009
Dec. 29
December 24th, 1909 – Differences set aside as Christmas spirit prevails: The Irish Times, December 24, 2009
Dec. 25
November 26th, 1912 – Home Rule Bill 'a delusion and a cheat': The Irish Times, November 26, 2009
Dec. 24
October 13th, 1890 – Tunnel mooted to link Antrim with Scotland: The Irish Times, October 13, 2009
Dec. 22
Big Tim Sullivan, Tammany Kingmaker: NYTimes.com, December 18, 2009
Dec. 20
An Irishman's Diary — St. Patrick's Well: The Irish Times, June 15, 2009
Dec. 19
October 28th, 1884 – Parnell demand for inquiry into 10 convictions: The Irish Times, October 28, 2009
Dec. 17
Orange link to Ulster Covenant: The News Letter, September 28, 2009
Dec. 16
Shackleton describes his attempt to reach South Pole: The Irish Times, December 15, 2009
Dec. 15
Irish Brigade leader's sword makes a return visit: Fredericksburg Free Lance-Star, December 13, 2009
Dec. 14
Joyce's Novel Idea: Sunday Tribune, December 6, 2009
Dec. 13
O'Connell's extraordinary hold over affections of the nation: The Irish Times, December 7, 2009
Dec. 7
December 2, 1890 – Crisis reaches breaking point for Parnell: The Irish Times, December 2, 2009
Dec. 2
97 years later, the tragic loss of Titanic still resonates powerfully: Belfast Telegraph, April 16, 2009
Dec. 2
Titanic row over city's big wheel: BBC, November 30, 2009
Dec. 1
The day James Joyce came up north for a blooming great time: Belfast Telegraph, November 27, 2009
Nov. 28
An Irishman's Diary – Gladstone: The Irish Times, October 19, 2009
Nov. 27
Execution of the murderers of Brett: The Guardian, November 25, 1867
Nov. 25
Redmond offers hope on land question November 20th, 1902: The Irish Times, November 20, 2009
Nov. 25
Memorial sought for Irish Titanic victims: Irish Emigrant, October 19, 2009
Nov. 18
History conference told of 19th-century 'alcopop' from ether: The Irish Times, November 14, 2009
Nov. 15
Australia farmer hands over 'Ned Kelly's skull': Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com, November 12, 2009
Nov. 14
Deciding fate of children during Lockout: The Irish Times, October 23, 2009
Nov. 8
Irish showed sporting prowess in U.S. ahead of GAA's birth: Irish Echo, November 4, 2009
Nov. 5
September 11th, 1886 – A stranger's response to Dublin rowdies: The Irish Times, September 11, 2009
Oct. 31
An Irishman's Diary – Lenin's accent: The Irish Times, October 23, 2009
Oct. 27
An Irishman's Diary – C S Parnell: The Irish Times, October 8, 2009
Oct. 13
An Irishman's Diary – John Henry Patterson: The Irish Times, July 11, 2009
Oct. 12
Hand-written Bible on show at rare display: The News Letter, October 9, 2009
Oct. 10
September 8th, 1903 – Weather prospects frame wider debate: The Irish Times, September 8, 2009
Oct. 9
The large crowd surged forward, eager to append their signatures: The News Letter, September 28, 2009
Oct. 1
None dreamed such impossible dreams as Davitt did and then made them come true: Irish Independent, September 29, 2009
Sep. 29
City Honors Civil War Priest Who Saved Downtown Churches: Georgia Bulletin, March 29, 2007
Sep. 18
April 28th, 1909 – Theft of crown jewels from Dublin Castle: The Irish Times, April 28, 2009
Sep. 17
August 18th, 1880 – All quiet on the Dungannon front: The Irish Times, August 18, 2009
Aug. 31
Potato famine threat lurked in 20th century: The Irish Times, August 25, 2009
Aug. 28
April 16, 1902 – Theatre Royal anti-Empire disturbances: The Irish Times, April 16, 2009
Aug. 26
'Sham fight' at visit of the Prince of Wales to Dublin: The Irish Times, May 11, 2009
Aug. 19
An Irishman's Diary – John Tyndall: The Irish Times, August 3, 2009
Aug. 9
Fort Benton celebration honors beloved Irish hero: Great Falls Tribune, June 23, 2009
Jul. 8
An Irishman's Diary – Richard Croker: The Irish Times, June 26, 2009
Jun. 27
Heroine's descendant takes story home: BBC, May 20, 2009
May 24
In history's long shadow: The Irish Times, May 23, 2009
May 23
An Irishman's Diary — Sir William Whitla: The Irish Times, May 5, 2009
May 16
Family wants to re-bury Ned Kelly: RTE, May 5, 2009
May 8
Ulster loyalists protest against Home Rule threat: The News Letter, March 9, 2009
Apr. 9
Why we can't miss the boat over the Titanic: Belfast Telegraph, April 3, 2009
Apr. 8
Rugby versus soccer star row into extra time: Irish News, April 2, 2009
Apr. 6
Ceremony marks 100 years since work on Titanic began: The News Letter, April 1, 2009
Apr. 4
'Wilde, for all his genius, was also a tiresome fop and affected dandy': Irish Independent, March 17, 2009
Mar. 19
Timeless Lincoln Memento Is Revealed: New York Times, March 11, 2009
Mar. 12
Ireland's finest ever sportsman, James Cecil Parke, remembered 100 years on: Daily Telegraph, February 5, 2009
Mar. 6
An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times – Irish used at Westminster
Mar. 2
Revisiting a religious revival: Irish News, February 25, 2009
Feb. 26
Argument over park's name pits All Blacks against Celtic: Irish News, February 24, 2009
Feb. 25
Parishes to remember infamous Wicklow banker: The Irish Times, February 24, 2009
Feb. 24
An Irishman's Diary – Count Henry Russel: The Irish Times, February 9, 2009
Feb. 15
Lincoln and the Wild Irish: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com, February 11, 2009
Feb. 13
Irishman's bid to reach South Pole defeated 100 years ago: Irish News, January 17, 2009
Jan. 21
John Redmond Suspended: New York Times, May 29, 1897 (pdf)
Jan. 14
Traditional sports fired Gaelic revival interest: Irish News, January 10, 2009
Jan. 11
An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, August 12, 2008
Sep. 26
Nomadic group buys Titanic relic: BBC, October 19, 2008
Oct. 22
A Godfather to Be Proud Of: Irish Voice/IrishAbroad.com, October 15, 2008
Oct. 17
An Irishman's Diary – Myles Keogh: The Irish Times, October 3, 2008
Oct. 7
O'Connell monument must be moved for Metro work: The Irish Times, September 29, 2008
Sep. 29
Geevagh honours men who defied landlord: The Irish Times, September 15, 2008
Sep. 17
Celebrating the labor movement: York Daily Record, September 14, 2008
Sep. 16
A stage beauty and an assassin become friends in Montreal: Montreal Gazette, September 7, 2008
Sep. 8
The century Ulster should never forget: The News Letter, August 22, 2008
Aug. 23
Titanic expert dismisses theories: The News Letter, April 23, 2008
Jul. 25
Nomadic restoration surfs the web: BBC, May 27, 2008
Jun. 8
Retrial jury shoots down Ned Kelly's guilty verdict: Irish Examiner, May 16, 2008
May 16
Attempts to ban 1947 Titanic play: BBC, April 15, 2008
Apr. 21
True story of stricken ship remains a topic for debate: Irish News, April 20, 2008
Apr. 20
In Weak Rivets, a Possible Key to Titanic's Doom: New York Times, April 15, 2008
Apr. 17
City pays tribute to Titanic, 96 years on: The News Letter, April 16, 2008
Apr. 16
Cardinal clears way for Annie headstone: Irish Echo, January 23, 2008
Feb. 22
Shackleton Jr 'stole crown jewels': Sunday Independent, January 13, 2008
Jan. 13
A note on Irish nationalism: New Statesman, January 10, 2008
Jan. 11
Mike Kelly was the King of the baseball game during 1880s: McClatchy-Tribune News Service, December 28, 2007
Dec. 31
New suspect in century-old theft of Irish gems: Daily Telegraph, December 26, 2007
Dec. 27
Early friction among Catholics: Montreal Gazette, November 25, 2007
Dec. 10
For one of the greatest Irish stories ever told, take a digital trip to 1911: Irish Examiner, December 6, 2007
Dec. 6
Dirt and decay the typical face of capital in 1911: Irish Independent, December 4, 2007
Dec. 5
When is a hero not a hero?: Irelandclick.com, November 2, 2007
Nov. 4
Call to honour 1912 Olympian: BBC, October 24, 2007
Nov. 3
TV review – Fenians to the rescue: Sunday Business Post, October 14, 2007
Oct. 19
"Though not an Irishman" – Henry George and the American Irish.: The American Journal of Economics and Sociology, October 1, 1997
Oct. 16
Unionism founder to be honoured: BBC, October 8, 2007
Oct. 9
Belfast 1907 – a city in revol: Socialist_party.org, May 24, 2007
Aug. 1
New tribute to sailor whose bomb heroics won first VC: The Times, June 27, 2007
Jun. 27
Documents highlight early work of submarine inventor: Irish Examiner, June 21, 2007
Jun. 21
1907 Belfast strike showed the power to end the sectarian divide: Socialist Worker, May 15, 2007
May 16
City to mark strike's centenary: BBC, May 1, 2007
May 4
Strike-ing exhibition: Sunday Life, April 22, 2007
Apr. 25
'Ulster will fight and Ulster will be right': Sunday Tribune, March 25, 2007
Mar. 27
Sophie Bryant – Irish feminist, educationalist and nationalist: Irish Democrat, March 13, 2007
Mar. 26
Come home, John O'Reilly: Boston Herald, March 17, 2007
Mar. 17
Sewers, infirm elderly, sick doctors and a lack of coal: The News Letter, February 12, 2007
Feb. 14
Belfast 1907 strike to be marked: BBC, January 30, 2007
Jan. 30
Donegal ball of fire was 'mini black hole': The Sunday Times, January 7, 2007
Jan. 11
Irish to fete would-be conqueror of Canada: Calgary Herald, May 18, 2006
Nov. 22
Plaque honours ham entrepreneur: BBC, November 18, 2006
Nov. 20
Irish row over cathedral revamp: BBC, September 14, 2006
Sep. 17
Judge to decide on Irish martyrs: Daily Ireland, September 6, 2006
Sep. 7
Irish-born policeman honoured: Melbourne Herald Sun, August 22, 2006
Aug. 25
Mayor of New York honours Irish hero of US civil war: Daily Telegraph, August 23, 2006
Aug. 24
The law leaves Belfast to mob savagery: The Guardian, August 19, 1864
Aug. 22
Mayor of NY here to mark 'Fighting Irish' regiment: Irish Independent, August 17, 2006
Aug. 21
Bishop expected to decide soon on remains of 'martyrs': Daily Ireland, August 17, 2006
Aug. 20
Remembering Kate the Great: Irish Voice/IrishAbroad.com, August 18, 2006
Aug. 20
Reliving Great Irish Tragedies: Irish Voice/IrishAbroad.com, August 11, 2006
Aug. 12
Campaign to save Carson house: The News Letter, July 19, 2006
Jul. 20
Shaw saw no future in 'art desert' Dublin: Irish Independent, March 7, 2006
Jul. 14
Diamond Jim Brady: Irish Echo, October 7, 2005
Jun. 5
Romance and revolution going hand-in-hand: Daily Ireland, May 31, 2006
Jun 1
Checkin' in with Dev — again: Irish Echo, September 23, 2005
May 31
Michael Davitt – Still in the shadow of the gunmen: Irish Independent, May 27, 2006
May 27
O'Laughlin and the Lincoln assasination: Irish Echo, September 23, 2005
May 18
154 years ago... The 69th Regiment formed: Irish Echo, October 15, 2005
May 12
The Fenian Ram: Irish Echo, July 29,2005
May 11
Irish Americans head for South Africa: Irish Echo, February 24, 2006
May 8
City celebrates Titanic anniversary: BBC, April 14, 2006
Apr. 28
McAleese in Britain to honour Land League founder: Daily Ireland, March 23, 2006
Mar. 25
Opening a window on past lives: BBC, February 27, 2006
Feb. 28
When Cartoons Angered Irish America: Irish Voice/IrishAbroad.com, February 24, 2006
Feb. 24
Titanic – Former Member Of The White Star Line Superstar Trio: The News Letter, February 16, 2006
Feb. 20
Famous Daughter on Fighting 'Mother': Irish Voice/IrishAbroad.com, February 3, 2006
Feb. 4
"Union Jacks" offers a gritty look at the Civil War's Northern sailors: TheWildGeese.com, December 23, 2005
Jan. 23
The Irish Echo Profile – The Fighting 69th: Irish Echo, April 28, 2005
Dec. 15
An affair to remember with the true king: Sunday Tribune, December 11, 2005
Dec. 12
Verging on the ridiculous: Manchester Guardian, October 10, 1865
Dec. 9
Plunkitt of Tammany Hall: Irish Echo, September 9, 2005
Dec. 5
Money woes stall Cleburne statue: Washington Times (Nov 26)
Nov. 29
Heroic five-hour ridge stand: Washington Times, November 26, 2005
Nov. 28
Hibernian Chronicle – The second Orange riot: Irish Echo, July 15, 2005
Nov. 24
Hibernian Chronicle – The Orange riot: Irish Echo, July 8, 2005
Nov. 23
Hibernian Chronicle – The 69th Regiment goes to war: Irish Echo, October 21, 2005
Nov. 9
Nation's wrath falls on bishop who wants to redesign cathedral: Daily Telegraph, October 20, 2005
Nov. 7
Wilde play casts light on Carson: BBC, November 4, 2005
Nov. 6
Former Seneca resident says mural honors wrong pioneer: Ottawa Daily Times, September 18, 2005
Nov. 1
The Redemptorist and the Jews: Belfast Telegraph, October 27, 2005
Oct. 28
Orange Set Sights On Trip To Sash Francisco: The News Letter, October 12, 2005
Oct. 17
Hollywood reinforces glory of 69th: Washington Times, October 8, 2005
Oct. 9
Slain marshal to get his tombstone, a century late: Denver Post, September 19, 2005
Sep. 25
Corcoran the philanthropist: Irish Echo, April 1, 2005
Jul. 30
Keely built churches to last: Irish Echo, April 1, 2005
Jul. 10
Northern radicals turned monarchists to republicans: (from the Irish News, March 8, 2005)
Jun. 29
Auction of gun used by Irish assassin to kill top politician: Daily Ireland, May 18, 2005
Jun. 18
Indomitable Irishry: The Guardian, February 26, 2005
May 13
Cleburne – The Defense of Ringgold Gap: TheWildGeese.com, March 16, 2005
Mar. 25
Hibernian Chronicle – The APA boycotts Guiney: Irish Echo, January 14, 2005
Mar. 6
Irish language revival effort established: Irish Echo, December 31, 2004
Feb. 18
Film-maker bids to prove de Valera's Cuban roots: IrelandOnline, December 30, 2004
Dec. 31
Sheridan Rides to Lincoln's Rescue in 1864 Election: WildGeese.com, October 18, 2004 —Part II
Oct. 19
Hibernian Chronicle – Confederate spy Rose O'Neal Greenhow detained: Irish Echo, August 20, 2004
Sep. 22
The Death of O'Meara: Wild Geese, August 4, 2004
Aug. 28
Commanding the Irish Legion: Wild Geese, July 3, 2004
Aug. 27
An Unknown Hero of the Great Civil War: Wild Geese, July 1, 2004
Aug. 24
Manchester Martyrs campaign setback: (from the Irish News, July 15, 2004)
Aug. 20
118 years ago – Brodie jumps from the Brooklyn Bridge -- or does he?: Irish Echo, July 23, 2004
Aug. 19
Sorry, anthem should really be 'God Defend Maori': New Zealand Herald, August 7, 2004
Aug. 17
Both sides admire priest's heroic service: Washington Times, July 16, 2004
Aug. 12
The GOP in Ireland – 125 years later, still sharing some baggage: Wild Geese, June 23, 2004
Jun. 25
June 3, 1864 – Irish Regiments Fight for Grant at Cold Harbor: Wild Geese, June 3, 2004
Jun. 23
138 years ago – The Fenian invasion of Canada: Irish Echo
Jun. 17
MP Urges Republic To Mark Carson Anniversary: The News Letter, February 26, 2004
Mar. 30
City to celebrate Titantic story: BBC, February 25, 2004
Mar. 28
Loyalty of Montreal's Irish crushed Fenian hopes: Montreal Gazette, March 14, 2004 — link dead
Mar. 19
125 years ago: the 'Mulligan Guard' debuts: Irish Echo, January 16, 2004
Feb. 3
125 years ago – Harrigan & Hart's 'Mulligan' takes the stage: Irish Echo, January 9, 2004
Jan. 23
136 years ago: Oliver Kelley founds the Grange movement: Irish Echo, December 5, 2003
Jan. 7
123 years ago — action against Capt. Boycott: Irish Echo, September 24, 2003
Nov. 4
Historic covenant to visit America: Belfast Telegraph, October 16, 2003
Oct. 18
Big Jim rises to the occasion as 1913 Lockout remembered: Irish Independent, September 1, 2003
Sep. 12
1913 Lockout remembered on 90th anniversary: Irish Independent, August 27, 2003
Sep. 1
Ulster Unionists look back to their nine-county roots: (from the Irish News, July 18, 2003)
Aug. 23
148 Years Ago – Castle Garden, gateway for Irish into America, opens: Irish Echo, July 30, 2003
Aug. 13
There's a Riot Going On: New York Newsday, August 7, 2003
Aug. 10
132 years ago: Tweed's 'Ring' is smashed, but Tammany lives: Irish Echo, July 9, 2003
Jul. 28
Gordon Bennett! It's the Red Devil going round the bend: Irish Independent, July 2, 2003
Jul. 16
88 years ago – O'Donovan Rossa, uncompromising Fenian, dies in New York: Irish Echo, June 25, 2003
Jul. 15
Ties that bind survive the bloodiest of wars: (from the Irish News, July 1, 2003)
Jul. 4
King Henry the 1st: Irish Independent, June 17, 2003
Jun. 18
'The Prisoner': Wild Geese, May 29, 2003
Jun. 17
Winning the Death Lottery: Wild Geese, January, 2002
Jun. 16
'Making a Stand': Wild Geese, November, 2001
Jun. 12
From Bane to Toast of the Nation: Wild Geese, August, 2001
Jun. 9
Covenant website dispels myths: BBC, May 22, 2003
Jun. 6
Percy French memorabilia stolen: BBC May 20, 2003
Jun. 1
NGA finds graves of Manchester Martyrs: (from the Irish News, May 14, 2003)
May 28
Rebel's grave will be preserved: (from the Irish News, April 30, 2003)
May 18
The steel men and iron ships of Harland and Wolff: Belfast Telegraph, April 25, 2003
May 3
Superspreader idea isn't new: Dallas Morning News, April 22, 2003 (story of Typhoid Mary)
Apr. 27
Wilde libel papers go on show: BBC, April 9, 2003
Apr. 24
How St. Patrick's Day in the Year 1863 Was Celebrated by The Irish Brigade: Wild Geese, March 23, 2003
Apr. 20
153 years ago – Emigrant Savings Bank Founded: Irish Echo, March 26, 2003
Apr. 15
162 years ago: Emigrant Aid Society founded: Irish Echo, March 19, 2003
Apr. 7
Mystery of the body in the bog: Belfast Telegraph, March 21, 2003
Mar. 28
Phila. Irishmen turned back Pickett's charge: Philadelphia Inquirer, March 16, 2003
Mar. 20
Shaara Book Portrays T.F. Meagher as Bumpkin: Wild Geese, February 16, 2003
Mar. 6
142 years ago – Dr. Irwin earns the Medal of Honor: Irish Echo, February 11, 2003
Feb. 25
Fr. Peter Whelan – Serving the Blue and the Gray: Wild Geese, February 9, 2003
Feb. 24
Fr. Peter Whelan: Serving the Blue and the Gray: Wild Geese, January 27, 2003
Feb. 18
Home rule founder's beacon of tolerance shone brightly: Belfast Telegraph, January 24, 2003
Feb. 12
Colonel Patrick Guiney: Boston's 'Good Knight': Wild Geese, January 12, 2003
Feb. 4
'Gangs of New York' Murders History: Wild Geese, January 6, 2003
Scorsese's film portrays racist mass murderers as victims: Daily Telegraph, January 15, 2003
A woman's military service: Washington Times, December 7, 2002

Cleburne: A Confederate 'Meteor': Wild Geese, December 26, 2002

'Undaunted Courage' – The Irish at Fredericksburg: The Wild Geese, December 11, 2002

Christmas in the Union's Irish Brigades: Wild Geese, December 27, 2002

GAA founded 118 years ago: Irish Echo, October 30, 2002

Ireland’s post-famine boom put it ahead of Germany: The Sunday Times, October 27, 2002

Cleburne's Ancestors – Anglo-Irish, Well-Respected: Wild Geese, October 7, 2002

The Deadliest Day – The Irish Brigade at Bloody Lane, September 17, 1862: Wild Geese, October 7, 2002

Scrappy Phil Sheridan: Wild Geese, September 8, 2002

Irish Brigade sees action at Antietam: Irish Echo, September 11, 2002

Charles O'Conor garners presidential nomination: Irish Echo, September 4, 2002

Lost kiss from the Titantic: Ireland on Sunday, July 14, 2002

139 years ago: The Draft Riots Begin: Irish Echo, 2002   Part 1 (Jul 10)   Part 2 (Jul 17)   Part 3 (Jul 24)

Lost kiss from the Titantic: Ireland on Sunday, July 14, 2002

The green of the Union: Notre Dame Magazine, Summer 2002

Malone Irish saw Canada as route to England: Plattsburgh Press-Republican, July 3, 2002

A Titanic nightmare: Belfast Telegraph, June 15, 2002

The decline of a dynasty: Belfast Telegraph, June 1, 2002

Brave hearts of the Boer War: The News Letter, May 30, 2002

114 years ago: Kate Kennedy's ultimate fight: Irish Echo, May 29, 2002

Britain framed Irish hero with 'jubilee plot' to murder Victoria: The Observer, May 12, 2002

158 years ago: Philadelphia Bible Riots: Irish Echo, May 2, 2002

Mayo honours its 'Titanic' dead: The Irish Times, April 22, 2002

Forgiving and forgetting ... our Royal past: Belfast Telegraph, April 13, 2002

Town commemorates 79 Titanic victims who boarded at Cobh: Irish Examiner, April 12, 2002

Ocean of grief that swept across Ulster's class divide: The News Letter, April 3, 2002

Southie's Connolly takes modern Olympics' 1st gold: Irish Echo, April 3, 2002

Birthplace of the 'Titanic' lays claim to its place in history: The Independent, April 3, 2002

90 Years ago today Titanic left Belfast: Belfast Telegraph, April 2, 2002

General's fiery ties to land of my family: Washington Times, March 30, 2002

Sinking of Titanic commemorated on 90th anniversary: Irish Examiner, March 28, 2002

The mystery of the missing Crown Jewels: The Irish Times, March 26, 2002

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, March 23, 2002 (about Glenveagh, County Donegal)

A convenient villain: Ottawa Citizen, March 18, 2002

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times, March 16, 2002 (about Canon Sheehan)

Parnell's Ironsides grandpa to woo American tourists: Irish Independent, March 13, 2002

135 years ago — the Fenian uprising suppressed: Irish Echo, March 7, 2002

Churchill’s stormy 1912 visit to Larne and Belfast: The News Letter, February 8, 2002

Father of the flag signed for a song: Ireland on Sunday, January 20, 2002

98 years ago: The Limerick Pogrom: Irish Echo, January 16, 2002

111 years ago: Parnell ensnared in Kitty O'Shea scandal: Irish Echo, November 14, 2001

The Irish who settled in Cadiz: The Irish Times, November 6, 2001

122 years ago: The Land League: Irish Echo, October 17, 2001

108 years ago: Mr. Dooley opines – Finley Peter Dunne's 'Mr. Martin J. Dooley', Chicago: Irish Echo, October 4, 2001

An Irishman's Diary – Charles Stewart Parnell: The Irish Times, October 1, 2001

Another century, another fight, still a mistake to right – Michael Corcoran's Medal of Honor: Cleveland Plain Dealer, September 4, 2001

An Irishwoman's Diary – Fanny Parnell: The Irish Times, June 4, 2001

The Great. The Good. The GAA.: The World of Hibernia, Summer 2001

Victorian air restored to gardens – Tramore House, Waterford: The Irish Times, May 30, 2001

Patriotic Duty, US Civil War: Irish Echo, May 23, 2001

Dig deep for Francis Fahy, song writer and Irish Revivalist: Irish Voice, May 23, 2001

118 years ago: Brooklyn Bridge completed: Irish Echo, May 23, 2001

An Irishman's Diary – the Ordnance Survey of Ireland: The Irish Times, May 19, 2001

When reason's light went out in Belfast: Irish Echo, May 9, 2001

Thomas 'Stonewall' Jackson: Lee's right arm: Selma Times Journal, April 6, 2001

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