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Byrne's Dictionary of Irish Local History: From Earliest Times to C. 1900 by Joseph Byrne

Byrne's Dictionary of Irish Local History: From Earliest Times to C. 1900 by Joseph Byrne

Seven out of eight of Colbert’s great-grandparents are documented as being of Irish descent.

Seven out of eight of Colbert’s great-grandparents are documented as being of Irish descent.

The first page of the 170th New York Infantry Bounty List of October 1862 (Copyright: Joe Maghe Collection)

The first page of the 170th New York Infantry Bounty List of October 1862 (Copyright: Joe Maghe Collection)

http://www.ria.ie/Publications/Books/Research-Series/Irish-Historic-Towns-Atlas/IHTA-26--Irish-Historic-Towns-Atlas--no--26-Dublin

http://www.ria.ie/Publications/Books/Research-Series/Irish-Historic-Towns-Atlas/IHTA-26--Irish-Historic-Towns-Atlas--no--26-Dublin

Surviving 19th century census records for Ireland go online for the first time!

Surviving 19th century census records for Ireland go online for the first time!

Irish Petty Session (1853) -  The courts of petty sessions were local courts that dealt with minor cases, both criminal and civil. They are an invaluable resource for local historians as they offer a glimpse of the social landscape in Limerick at this time, as well as giving a voice/platform to the ordinary person who is otherwise omitted from the “public record” of the contemporary printed media.

A Journey through the Limerick Petty Sessions (1912-1914)

Irish Petty Session (1853) - The courts of petty sessions were local courts that dealt with minor cases, both criminal and civil. They are an invaluable resource for local historians as they offer a glimpse of the social landscape in Limerick at this time, as well as giving a voice/platform to the ordinary person who is otherwise omitted from the “public record” of the contemporary printed media.

New resource book for the Kansas City Irish Fest genealogy area! - Labor Day Weekend @ Crown Center KCMO

New resource book for the Kansas City Irish Fest genealogy area! - Labor Day Weekend @ Crown Center KCMO

Did you know that by 1850, one in five New Orleans residents was from Ireland? It had a larger Irish population per capita than Philadelphia and Baltimore, and was on par with Boston.

Did you know that by 1850, one in five New Orleans residents was from Ireland? It had a larger Irish population per capita than Philadelphia and Baltimore, and was on par with Boston.

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