Archive for October 14th, 2011

October 14,

Today in Irish History: Society of United Irishmen Founded. Eamonn De Valera born in New York

Today in Irish History.

Irish gift ideas. Best selling Irish booksRonnie Drew and Luke Kelly - Musical Irish Gifts to the worldJoyce Image in For the Love of Being IrishMichael Collins: Image from For the Love of Being Irish

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TODAY IN IRISH HISTORY

1791: Society of United Irishmen founded at a meeting attended by Wolfe Tone, Henry Joy McCracken and Thomas Russell. One of the resolutions passed read: That no reform is just which does not include Irishmen of every religious persuasion.

1814: Thomas Davis, writer, poet and architect the Young Ireland movement was born in Mallow. Davis composed one of Ireland’s most famous nationalist songs A Nation Once Again. He also wrote wrote the Lament for Owen Roe O’Neill.

Thomas Davis - Young Ireland

Thomas Davis

1882: Eamonn De Valera born in New York City.

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1975For the Love of Being Irish : Best Irish Gifts:

For the Love of Being Irish written by Chicago based Corkman Conor Cunneen and illustrated by Mark Anderson which is an A-Z of all things Irish. This is a book that contains History, Horror, Humor, Passion, Pathos and Lyrical Limericks that will have you giving thanks (or wishing you were) For the Love of Being Irish

Watch For the Love of Being Irish author Conor Cunneen – IrishmanSpeaks on his Youtube channel IrishmanSpeaks. Laugh and Learn. Here Conor was speaking to Harley-Davidson


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