History of Ireland
Rationing in Stoneybatter Ireland during World War Two. Memories in Dublin of The Emergency. The Glimmer Man
Women and Children were convicts who were transported to Australia on the John Calvin ship in 1848
Charles Stuart Parnell was the Leader of the Irish Land League. Evictions in Ireland Irish Ladies
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...
Grangegorman Female Penitentiary also The Richmond Penitentiary was an Irish Prison in Stoneybatter Ireland
History of Irish Debtors Prisons. Owing Money could get you a prison sentence in 19th century Ireland
The story of pirate Queen Grace O'Malley is legendary in Ireland.
Irish prisons in 1800s. Conditions for Women and Children prisoners in Grangegorman Female Prison in Dublin
Ireland has some beautiful castles. Many are now in ruins.
Cholera Epidemic in 1832 in the City slums and Dublin tenements. Sisters of Charity of Stanhope Street Dublin
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