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Researching Your Irish Heritage? Check Out This Interesting Site!

Ireland Reaching Out is an organization that is helping people from around the globe find their Irish ancestors.  You can check out this video for more information.  They have thousands of volunteers willing to help you find the locations from your family’s past.  Enjoy!! Source:  Ireland Reaching Out on YouTube TheIrishInAllOfUs.com Greetings from IrishOak and […]

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“The Fields Of Athenry” By Paddy Reilly With The Lyrics.

For the fans around the world that may not know all of the lyrics, here is a version to help get ready to for the match against France!  It is sung by Paddy Reilly and includes the lyrics to go with it.    Source:  Shane Mallon on YouTube TheIrishInAllOfUs.com Greetings from IrishOak and Kass!

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In 2009 Muhammad Ali Celebrated His Irish Roots With The Highest Honors Bestowed On Him. He Will Be Missed!

Muhammad Ali’s relatives hailed from the County Clare.  His great grandfather, Abe Grady, came to America in 1862 and married a freed African-American slave.  Their daughter, Odessa Grady, is Muhammed Ali’s mother.  She was born in 1917.  Ali traveled to Ireland to visit the homeland of his great-grandfather on September 1, 2009 and was granted […]

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Archeologist Finds Surprising Link Between Ancient Horns From Ireland And Modern India.

An archeologist from the Australian National University is studying iron-age instruments of Ireland.  He surprisingly discovered that these horns are being used in modern India today.  This video is really informative and worth the watch.  It will be interesting to see what they discover about the interactions of the two cultures. Source:  ANU TV on […]

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You Will Love This Irish Dancing With Scenery And A Little History Lesson!

These young ladies will be a treat as you watch them performing on a cart just like it occurred in the early days of Irish performers.  When no stage was available, this would be the next best thing.  The music is by Dave Sheridan and the dancers are Aoife McGowan and Ceili Faughnan. It was […]

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Must Watch, Beautiful Irish Song “Grace” By Caoimhe Mooney!

The version of “Grace” you are about to hear and see will bring chills. Caoimhe Mooney, 11 years old,  sings the beautiful Irish song “Grace”. It tells the story of Grace Gifford and Joseph Plunkett and their brief marriage during the 1916 Rising in Ireland. Caoimhe attends the Evolution Stage School in Longford. Source:  EvolutionStageSchool […]

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Photochrom Pictures Of Ireland from 1890-1900’s

Here are some really interesting photos that have been digitally restored using photochrom. They date from 1890-1900’s.Royal Avenue, Belfast. County Antrim, Ireland Cave Hill. Belfast. County Antrim, Ireland Albert Memorial. Belfast. County Antrim, Ireland Source: Library of Congress TheIrishInAllOfUs.com Greetings from IrishOak and Kass! Don’t forget to like us on Facebook to see our latest […]

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RTÉ International Will Be Streaming 1916 Centenary Events Live For Free!

RTÉ is the place to watch Irish TV from locations all around the world.  They will be streaming the Main States Commemorative Events of the 1916 Easter Rising. Use the link below to connect to Ireland for these historic events.  There are a few options that you need to check out when you get to […]

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Use Your Palms From Sunday To Make A St. Brigid’s Cross.

St. Brigid’s feast is celebrated on February 1st and it is traditional to weave the cross using rushes.  It is then place in the house over the door for protection.  This video shows a simple and clear way to weave the cross.  You could use the palms instead of rushes to make a cross for […]

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Find My Past.com Has Irish Records Digitized And Free This Week Only!!

From March 1st to the 7th FindMyPast.com is opening the record books for free to search a digitized version of Irish records.  It would have taken a trip to Ireland 25 years ago, but now you can search for free this week.  Enjoy!! Click on the picture above to get searching for your past!  If […]

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