Cholera Epidemic in 1832 in the City slums and Dublin tenements. The Sisters of Charity of Stanhope Street Stoneybatter, Dublin became the nurses at the temporary hospitals..
Germany's answer to Stonehenge, Externsteine is a natural rock formation that has been altered by human hands. What was it used for? Does it hold special meaning?
Grangegorman Female Penitentiary also The Richmond Penitentiary was an Irish Prison in Dublin Ireland. Stories of some of the women and children who were imprisoned in one jail in Ireland.
Some of the stories of Irish women and young girls who were sent to Tasmania in Australia as punishment for small crimes. These women and children convicts were transported to Australia on the John Calvin ship in 1848.
President John F Kennedy at Arbour Hill Memorial Park in 1963 Ireland. The 1916 Easter Rising leaders are executed and buried in Dublin. JFK visits Arbour Hill on 28 June in Stoneybatter Dublin 7 and lays a wreath.
The story of women and children who were locked up in Irish prisons in the 1800s. Conditions for women and children prisoners in Grangegorman Female Prison in Dublin, Ireland.
Bridget Ennis and Bridget Butterly were the last women hanged in Kilmainham Jail in 1821 in Dublin Ireland.
The Victorians are well known for the rules they followed to maintain a place in 'polite society'. For us today, many of these 'rules' are shocking and downright weird!
This study focuses on the effects of climate change on crop yields as a contributor to the cause of the French Revolution. Climate change led to extreme seasons. The combination of harshly cold winters, flooding springs, and harshly hot summers led to a reduction of overall crop yield in France....
A brief overview of the history of Orkney, from early Pictish origins to Viking settlement, and a tour of Orkney's neolithic sites and standing stones such as Stenness, a site similar to Stonehenge