Women and Children were convicts who were transported to Australia on the John Calvin ship in 1848
Irish prisons in 1800s. Conditions for Women and Children prisoners in Grangegorman Female Prison in Dublin
How the missionary Patrick defeated the witches, answered a pantheist princess, and baptized and ordained 1,000 former sorcerers for the ministry of Christ.
Rationing in Stoneybatter Ireland during World War Two. Memories in Dublin of The Emergency.
Tucked away in the Dingle Peninsula of South West Ireland, Gleann na nGealt hides a mysterious secret. The spring waters are supposed to be able to heal the mad. Is there any truth to the folk tales?
Cholera Epidemic in 1832 in the City slums and Dublin tenements. Sisters of Charity of Stanhope Street Dublin
History of Baby Farms were thousands of babies died. Margaret Aylward was a nun who spent 6 months in Prison in Ireland.
Easter Rising 1916. Joseph Plunkett marries Grace Gifford in Jail in Dublin Ireland hours before he is executed.
The Irish Celts were a fierce people who called themselves Gaels and had the longest Celtic history in the British Isles.
The word 'whiskey' (or whisky) comes from the Gaelic uisce beatha, meaning water of life. This gives you an idea of the importance of whiskey to Irish culture. Whiskey (we spell it with an 'e' in Ireland!) was first...