Internet Resources: Irish Studies
- Mary Immaculate College
Mary Immaculate College was founded in 1898 for the training of primary school teachers.
It became a Recognised College of the National University of Ireland in 1974, from which
date it has offered a 3-year Bachelor of Education Degree.
Limerick is the Irish Republics third largest city, and is one of Irelands
leading tourist and business centres, with a rich and varied history.
- Ancient Order of Hibernians
The Ancient Order of Hibernians (AOH) is the oldest Catholic lay organization in America.
The Information about Ireland Site.
The Leader in Free Resources from Ireland.
- Ireland Online
- Information on the Irish State
- Irish Studies at the University of
- Boston College Irish
- The National Archives of Ireland
The National Archives was established on 1 June 1988. It is an amalgamation of the Public
Record Office of Ireland, founded in 1867 and the State Paper Office, founded in 1702.
the Irish Famine
The Irish Famine of 1846-50 took as many as one million lives from hunger and disease, and
changed the social and cultural structure of Ireland in profound ways.
- The American Irish Historical Society
The Society aims to place permanently on record the story of the Irish in America from the
earliest settlement to the present day, justly, impartially, fully, and sympathetically
--correcting neglect and misrepresentation by certain historians of the part taken in the
founding, upbuilding and safeguarding of the Nation by persons of Irish birth and descent.
- Irish American Heritage
A museum dedicated to recording and presenting the history and heritage of the Irish in
- The Irish Family
A weekly newspaper for Catholic families.
- Castles of
From piles of ruble to soaring towers the castles in Ireland are remarkable testaments to
a way of life and times long past.