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Kildare Online Electronic History An Electronic Journal for the publication of material relating to the history, archaeology and heritage of Co. Kildare. History and Family Research Centre (Local Studies, Genealogy and Archives) part of Kildare County Library & Arts Services
A Much Smaller Social History of Ireland
TREATING OF The Government, Military System, and Law; Religion, Learning, and Art; Trades, Industries, and Commerce; Manners, Customs, and Domestic Life, of the Ancient Irish People. P.W Joyce Accasbel’s Tir na nÓg site
BorderlandsThe Historical Sites of Ireland’s Eastern Border Region …Recent changes in the region now allow easy access to many wonderful historical sites scanning 6,000 years of history. Our area covers Newry & Mourne, Banbridge and Armagh in Northern Ireland and Louth and Monaghan in the Republic of Ireland. Borderlands
The Ancient History of the Kingdom of Kerry This was very probably a History of the McCarthys by the celebrated Charles O’Connor, author of the translation of Keating’s History of Ireland. It was not published. Clan McCarthy
Chronology of Ireland: Preparatory Material. Engels 1870 First Published: in German in Marx-Engels Archives Vol. X, Russ. ed., Moscow, 1948; Source: Marx and Engels on Ireland; Transcribed: by Andy Blunden. Marxist Internet Library
County Clare History
A variety of essays on the history of Clare, many by the Clare Local Studies Project, and including
The History and Topography of the County of Clare by James Frost.
Part of the Clare County Library site.
Labour in Irish History, by James Connolly Written in the United States between 1903-10. First published in monthly installments in Workers Republic and in Labour in Irish History, Dublin, 1910. Marked-up for WW-BBS by the Workers’ Web project, 1998. Marxist.net
Chapters of Dublin History
The History of Dublin in words and pictures. This website contains a collection of historic books, maps, pictures, illustrations plus books to buy on both Irish History and Genealogy
Main Irish Archaeology and Historical Journals
compiled by Thaddeus C. Breen
Oygia: or, a chronological account of Irish events: collected from very ancient documents, faithfully compared with each other, and supported by the genealogical and chronological aid of the sacred and prophane writings of the first nations of the globe written originally in the Latin by Roderic O’Flaherty; translated by the Rev. James Hely. Published 1793 by printed by W. M’Kenzie in Dublin, 33 College Green. Vol. I.