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The Legend of Úna Bhán
The Legend of Úna Bhán told by Anna Robertson
The Robert Emmet Proclamation
Cornaseer Mushroom Stones
Bridges are an important component of the early nineteenth century civil engineering heritage within Ireland. Below is a list of ...
The Motte at Clonburren, Co. Roscommon
The Pillbox at Knockvicar, County Roscommon
The rebirth of a nobby in south-east Galway
I had a very welcome email recently from John Tynan, the secretary of the Cork-based currach rowing club Naomhóga Chorcaí. ...
Morgan McMahon's Boating History
My grand father was Morgan McMahon of Limerick (rip), who had a great passion for boats and the sea. My father ...
There are two stone bridges over the river Moy. The Moy is navigable from the sea approximately six miles distant. ...
Irish Workhouse Centre: Call for donations
The Irish Workhouse Museum at Portumna recently began a programme of complete redevelopment. Our aim is to tell the story ...
Seeking Information about Bernard Newman (1897 - 1968)
Bernard Newman (1897 – 1968) was an author of 140 books, journalist, musician and composer, world traveller, soldier, expert on ...
Biodiversity for Community Spaces
The Irish Community Archive Network presents an online talk with ecologist Janice Fuller, who shares some ideas for protecting and ...
Bellacorrick Musical Bridge
This Bridge at Ballacorrick in County Mayo spanned the Owenmore River. It was constructed ‘by order of the Grand Jury ...
Biodiversity for Citizen Scientists
The Irish Community Archive Network presents this fascinating talk with plant ecologist Dr Fran Giaquinto, on what it means to ...
Memories of Zulu luggers in Mullaghmore
The Last of the Windjammers The greatest era of sail in the Northwest was introduced to Mullaghmore c.1913 when, with the ...
Achill’s Hanging Valley
The basement rocks of Achill and the Curraun Peninsula are the oldest in Ireland. They dated to the Pre-Cambrian era. ...
Memories of catching my first trout
My memory of the first fishing experience with my grandfather goes back to 1948 when I was just 8 years ...
Martello Towers in Ireland
‘In 1793 Corsica was in insurrection against the French, and the British Government, as a matter of policy, decided to ...
McCann boatyard records
All the records of McCann boatyard activities (orders, invoices and correspondence/record books ) including correspondence from Lord Mountbatten thanking the ...
The Galway Buzz - Buzz na Gaillimhe
A National Biodiversity Week programme Connecting People with Nature
Connaught’s Coronation Stone
The Irish name for the ancient coronation stone reputed to sing, or to utter a shriek, when a king willed ...
Errew Abbey in County Mayo was a two – bay double – height single – cell Chapel constructed circa 1845 ...
Augustinian Abbey Ardnaree
The Ardnaree Abbey in Ballina gateway has a visual impact on Cathedral Road at the entrance to the Abbey grounds. This ...
Michael Walsh and Michael Madden Currach Making
My grand uncle Michael “Bobby”Walsh was a boat and Currach builder from Inishturk south, he mover to the mainland near ...