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We had thanksgiving in Ireland. We were going to go to a meetup.com event for expats but we decided it was more “right for us” to stay at home just the two of us. 249 more words

The problem with chicken wings in Ireland...

The problem with chicken wings in Ireland, is that the chickens are not pumped full of steroids. So by the time you find a place with good hot sauce to toss wings around in (today that would be  76 more words

Returned Americans: Identifying American Civil War Veterans on the Irish 1901 Census

The site has often explored the stories of American Civil War pensioners who returned to Ireland, and their dependents (see for example here, here… 1,421 more words

Irish American Civil War

Celebrating American Independence in Cork Harbour, 4th July 1862

Just as Americans today celebrate 4th of July–their Independence Day– wherever they find themselves around the World, such was also the case in foreign climes during the American Civil War. 903 more words

Irish American Civil War

Over Here: Researching U.S. Military in Ireland during World War One

Although the main focus of this site is (and will remain) the Irish experience of the American Civil War, I thought readers may also be interested in some work I am conducting on a later aspect of the U.S. 450 more words

Irish American Civil War

Video: Aghada's World War One U.S. Naval Air Station

As part of our ongoing U.S. Military in Cork Centenary Projecton Saturday we filmed a short video taking a look at the archaeology and history of the United States Naval Air Station in Aghada, Co. 26 more words

20th Century

100 of Ireland's World War One American Women in Pictures: Part 1– The Database

Over recent months the Midleton Archaeology & Heritage Project has been engaged in its largest undertaking to date. By systematically assessing United States passport applications from the end of World War One, we have been exploring some of the stories of Irish women who married U.S. 12,646 more words

20th Century