Friendly societies played a vital role in mitigating the worst material consequences of illness and hardship. By Joe Fodey The Irish National Foresters (INF) was probably the most famous and […]

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From superstition to Streptomyces. By Eugene Dunphy On the morning of Sunday 2 January 1842, two unnamed young men set out on a mission. A relative of one suffered from […]

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There are certain parallels between the present Brexit crisis and our ongoing ‘decade of commemorations’. Just as now, a factor in the Home Rule crisis of 1912–14 was the parliamentary […]

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MARCH 05 Tues 8pm Kilmacanogue History Society, Glenview Hotel, Glen of the Downs. My grandfather’s part in the Anglo-Irish Treaty, Tim Lynch. Adm. €3. 08 Fri 1.05pm National Library of […]

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