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*[http://www.thegreathunger.org An Gorta Mór, The Great Hunger] Quinnipiac University.
*[http://www.thegreathunger.org An Gorta Mór, The Great Hunger] Quinnipiac University.
*[http://www.famineliterature.com Relocated Remembrance: The Great Famine in Irish (Diaspora) Fiction, 1847-1921] Website of a project at Radboud University Nijmegen, to inventory and study the Famine in fiction written between the Great Famine and the Anglo-Irish Treaty of 1921.
*[http://www.famineliterature.com Relocated Remembrance: The Great Famine in Irish (Diaspora) Fiction, 1847-1921] Website of a project at Radboud University Nijmegen, to inventory and study the Famine in fiction written between the Great Famine and the Anglo-Irish Treaty of 1921.
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===Music===
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*[http://dublinmusictrade.ie/homepage The Dublin Music Trade]. Database of the music business in Dublin up to 1850.
===Women's History===
===Women's History===
*[http://www.nationalarchives.ie/wh The Women's History Project]
*[http://www.nationalarchives.ie/wh The Women's History Project]

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Contents

Primary Documents

  • Documents on Irish Foreign Policy Source material on the development of Irish foreign policy since 1919 -- a project of the Royal Irish Academy, the Department of Foreign Affairs, and the National Archives of Ireland.


Gateways and Guides

  • DHO:Discovery: A gateway to Irish digital collections and resources, information and knowledge. Discovery supports the interdisciplinary and inter-institutional sharing of knowledge throughout the HSIS (Humanities Serving Irish Society) consortium and digital research collections of Irish interest.


Reference

  • Irish History Online: An authoritative guide (in progress) to what has been written about Irish history from earliest times to the present. Hosted by the Royal Irish Academy Library (Dublin). It currently contains approximately 75,000 bibliographic records (May 2011).


Resources on Specific Periods, Themes and Events

Medieval Ireland


Northern Ireland Conflict


The Famine

Music


Women's History

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