EPIC, the Irish Emigration Museum, collaborates with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade to showcase the global Irish diaspora. By Angela Byrne In 2018–19 EPIC is working together with […]

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The current boldness of racist groups in the United States reminds us that the history of minority rights in that great country is a troubled one.   By Mark Phelan […]

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The United Irish League of America (UILA), Clan na Gael and The Cloven Foot By Tony King Established in New York on 4 December 1901, the United Irish League of […]

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ARCHIVES RELATING TO SLAVERY AND THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR HELD IN THE PUBLIC RECORD OFFICE OF NORTHERN IRELAND (PRONI) By Brett Irwin The majority of the records in the PRONI […]

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At eleven sharp on the morning of 12 March 1798, a force of thirteen sergeants and a servant, under the command of Justice of the Peace William Swan, descended on […]

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