The records of the Chief Secretary of Ireland’s Office constitute one of the most valuable collections of original source material for research into Ireland in the nineteenth and early twentieth century.
Williams refers to the Túatha as the ‘god-people’ to convey their indeterminate status between humanity and divinity
The Surprise, moored at the Cove of Cork, and the Essex, at Kingstown in Dublin Bay (now Dun Laoghaire), were derelict ships which operated as holding prisons for convicts from 1823 until 1837.
Thousands of Irish left the country in ships carrying with them all they owned, including the Irish language
It’s a memory I’ll hold forever, it’s made me take an interest in our history.
Why do we hear so little about Michael Davitt’s place in Irish history?
The most vexing Fenian.
Revolutionary and Conservative Impossible to love; Impossible to hate.
His trial was fraught with difficulty and sabotaged in various ways.
CVIA program of events to commemorate the 1916 Easter Rising.
The iconic image of of Bishop Edward Daly in Derry ‘negotiating’ a safe passage for Jackie Duddy, a victim of the Bloody Sunday massacre in Derry on the 30th January 1972, resurfaced in the media on the occasion of the death of the Bishop recently. The image was a stark reminder of just how much …