Tag Archives: Irish History

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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Mise Éire // I am Ireland: A Celebration For Irish Everywhere.

I love the description of the video on YouTube:  “Ireland 2016 will belong to everyone on this island and to our friends and families overseas – regardless of political or family background, or personal interpretation of our modern history.”  As the year goes on remember and celebrate. Source:  Ireland 2016 // Éire 2016 – Official […]

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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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Irish Kids Discussing The 1916 Easter Rising!

Here is a cute video of Irish children talking about what happened in 1916.  They tell part of the story and have a few suggestions on how to celebrate the event. Source: Youth Tuber on YouTube TheIrishInAllOfUs.com Greetings from IrishOak and Kass! Don’t forget to like us on Facebook to see our latest posts!

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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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No Irish Need Apply! Looking For Evidence These Signs Existed!

Rebecca Fried, a soon to be high schooler in Washington, DC who became interested in the NINA signs that most of us had heard of, if not ever actually seen one.   She wrote an article entitled “No Irish Need Deny: Evidence for the Historicity of NINA Restrictions in Advertisements and Signs,” and was published […]

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Here Is A 6 Minute History Of Ireland Video, Get Ready To Move Through History!

I saw this video on YouTube and was intrigued.  How is that possible to give a history in 6 minutes?   I started watching and had to pause the video about 25 times to read the captions.  It seems to be a fairly accurate, quick history for anyone who might not be familiar with the […]

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Google Cultural Institute Includes Some New Irish Treasures!

This is a screen shot of the search that I did on Ireland and the choices for me to explore.  Google continues to amaze me every time I find something new.  It includes exhibits, artifacts and collections from all over the world, but the Ireland collection has recently increased.  There is a video of how […]

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National Iced Tea Day, But How Do The Irish Drink Their Tea?

I drink iced tea by the pitcherful in the all year round.  I like strong tea and it is probably my Irish heritage that contributed that taste (among other things). The Tea Junction, Main Street N67, Ballyvaughan, Province of Munster, Ireland Ireland has, for a long time, been one of the biggest per-capita consumer of […]

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