|The Mariners' Project|
Author Julie Parsons is on a quest to re-discover the history of the Mariners' Church in Dun Laoghaire. Julie has started the Mariners Project to discover what happened to the parishioners who lived in the streets and sq [ ... ]
Book Reviews - Nine Years War
The Flight of the Earls A Popular History
Images Of Ireland: Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown
Latest Forum Topic
Notable dates in Irish History
September In Irish History Some remarkable anniversaries for September in Irish history
Latest HJ News
Catholic, Protestant and Beyond The Centre for the Study of Irish Protestantism is holding an interesting conference in Maynooth on the 6/7 September 2013. Entitled...
National Famine Museum
Strokestown Park is home to the National Famine Museum. The Museum boasts an extensive range of papers dating back to the estate during the time of the Famine. The beautifully restored six acre Georgian Walled Garden complex gives insight into Horticultural practices from the 1740s. Visit Website
Women in Irish History
Born near Dublin in 1859, Katharine Tynan was a prolific author and leading Irish literary figure.