Single women seeking work as domestic servants were faced with frequent ‘No Irish Need Apply’ advertisements in newspapers. Yet, most Irish women did find employment, and were successful immigrants.
At the outset I must remark that all who are interested in the story of the Irish in ‘The Great South Land Under The Southern Cross’ will forever be indebted to the exceptional scholarship of two enormously talented historians, Elizabeth Malcolm and Dianne Hall.
Ned Kelly in Emerald.
The Irish stamp on Warwick is inescapable: its heritage-listed, gothic-revival sandstone edifices, the Cloisters (formerly Our Lady of the Assumption Convent) and St Mary’s Catholic Church dominate the townscape.
A Feature by Mike Pinnock Edward Eagar was one of ten children born into a family of landed gentry on his parent’s estate of Gortdromakiery in the parish of Killarney, County Kerry in 1787. He benefitted from a privileged upbringing; he was, from an early age, privately tutored on the estate by his father before …
Subject-wise the papers presented about Goold’s culture-building in Melbourne could hardly have been more diverse in subject and scope.
A new history of Australia to be launched on 20 November at Newman.
It’s not every day one gets to go to the deconsecration of a church, and in fact, this was my first – St Dymphna’s at Boborowie. And who was St Dymphna?
The Queensland Irish Association is back… St Pat’s Day, Brisbane….A Pioneer Family from the Darling Downs
The Irish Exile and Freedom’s Advocate was a brief but potent manifestation in print in early colonial Australia of the fight for Irish freedom.