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The Slave Chain
By Jessica Reilly, 5th Year
Anglo Irish Bank Sign
by Elisa Kehrel, 5th Year
The Emigrant's Suitcase
By Ruairí Elms-Harrison, 2nd Year
Cardboard and wood
By Matthew Armstrong, 5th Year
Bloody Sunday Handkerchief
By Avril Moran, 5th Year
TITANIC LAUNCH TICKET, MAY 1911
By Shauna Costello, 5th Year
By Sarah Higgins, 5th Year
A Threatening Letter, 1842
By Emma Begley, 5th Year
One Man's Travels a Century Ago
2nd Prize, Primary Level
The Wicker Cradle
Rural life at the foot of the Dublin Mountains
Stories told to me by my mother
Sheep dipping in Co. Tipperary
Working on the bog
Happy memories from West Cork
Stories of fairies and bogs that move in the night
Childhood holidays spent in Mayo
Summer holiday spent in Mohill, Co. Leitrim
Egg-nog, stirabout and stew you could trot a mouse on.....
Strawboys, bonfires, station masses and waking the dead.
Country life traditions still "alive and well" in some places.
Richard Joyce & the Claddagh Ring
The Claddagh Ring is an Irish ring which depicts two hands holding a heart, surmounted by a crown. According to ...
The Claddagh Changeling
In this short film, our animators – Ada & James – take inspiration from folklore relating to the fairies and ...
Beware of the Gliomach!
Here our animators – Aoife, Jonathan & Rachel – bring to life a folktale about a sea-monster (“Gliomach”, meaning a ...
The Greedy Galway Butcher
Here our animators – Caomhán & Ciarán – bring to life a folktale about a greedy Galway butcher who takes ...
About the Claddagh Village
Situated on the west bank of the River Corrib, where the river meets the sea, the Claddagh derives it name ...
Remembering our West of Ireland Boats
I realise that securing artefacts might be a challenge, but perhaps the story of large timber vessels built in Ireland...
Bellagill Bridge, scene of the last known fatal duel in Ireland
Pity there is no plaque to acknowledge that bit of history
Noelene Beckett Crowe.
Eliza Wallace Bushelle
Thank you for your comment. Checked this site: www.sydney.edu.au/paradisec/australharmony/bushelle-family.php Have adjusted the information.
Information on the Halpin family blacksmiths.
I hope those following this post enjoyed this article. If anyone reading this has any additional information about this halpin...
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