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Traveling: Blarney Castle, Cobh, and Cork, Ireland

Travelling back South, on our way to Cobh, we stopped at Blarney Castle to kiss the famous stone. According to legend, kissing the bottom of this limestone slab gives you the give of eloquent speech. 429 more words



When Ellis Island officially opened on January 1, 1892, the first passenger registered through the immigration station was Annie Moore. The young Irish teenager and her two brothers, Anthony and Philip, had departed from Cork, Ireland on December 20, 1891 aboard the S.S. 85 more words


Senior Spotlight: Fondy’s Annie Moore

A few years ago, Annie Moore was just a soccer player looking for a way to keep up on her conditioning.

Once she started running, she simply hasn’t stopped. 816 more words


Escape To Spike.

Venice has Murano, Sorrento has Capri, San Francisco has Alcatraz and Cork, well… Cork has Spike. For well over two hundred years the people of Cork could admire, but never set foot on, Spike Island. 281 more words

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Joyous Times Day 6 - The Story of Little Benjamin and Watching by the Cradle

I’m not really sure of the point of this story. To teach children that life can be cruel? Maybe it is to remind the parent to be attentive. 853 more words

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Ellis Island Records

Ellis Island has quite an amazing history as being famously known as an intricate part of the immigration process in New York City harbor. The first immigrants to arrive on the shores of Ellis Island, arrived in a ship named the S.S. 74 more words

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Ellis Island 1892 Facts

Ellis island in New York City is famously known as the historical location for the processing of European immigrants into Manhattan. Ellis Island officially began processing many of these immigrants in 1892. 209 more words

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