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Festival of History
The Dublin Festival of History (a Dublin City Council event), is a FREE festival of history events each Autumn, managed by Dublin City Libraries
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Festival of History Nov 20
Replying to @FXMC1957
Best of luck Frank, enjoy!
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DublinCityLibraries Nov 19
If you already use to read digital magazines, you might have noticed that there are no Irish publications on there. You'll find a number of Irish publications free for all Dublin City Libraries members! Follow the link here
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Festival of History Nov 19
A brill collection and delighted to see it featured on Europeana too!
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DublinCityLibraries Nov 19
At Dublin City Libraries we're all about life long learning and personal enrichment. Great courses is available through our eResources here: Click on a course to learn more.
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Oral History Network Ireland Nov 19
The 2019 OHNI Annual Lecture is upon us! Wednesday 4 December , Sean O'Connell speaks on 'The Oral Historian as Insider and Outsider: Writing History for the State.' Admission is FREE but advance booking is required:
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DublinCityLibraries Nov 19
The may be over but have another event! Something Deep was Stirring; 1969 The Birth of the Troubles and the South’s Response with Brian Hanley this Thursday 21 Nov at 6.30pm. Booking essential. T: 01 8377206 E: drumcondralibrary@dublincity.ie
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Royal Irish Academy Nov 19
for this week is 'Towards Commemoration: Ireland in war and revolution 1912 - 1923' featuring essays by leading historians, journalists, civic activists and folklorists. Buy now just €10
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Europeana Nov 19
The Jacobs factory in Dublin is an icon of Ireland’s . The blog, illustrated with newly digitised material from via , tells the history of the Factory, home of the 🍪 👉
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Professor Frank McDonough Nov 18
19 November 1863. Abraham Lincoln delivered the Gettysburg address. It’s regarded as one of the greatest political speeches of all time.
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Dublin Historians Nov 19
Some tickets still left for talk today!
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Cormac Moore Nov 19
I will be on this morning at around 10:20am discussing my book Birth of the Border.
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Festival of History Nov 18
There' have been flower sellers on Grafton Street for donkey's years - here's a great photograph from 1963, from the collection in
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DublinCityLibraries Nov 15
are delighted to host historian in residence Maeve Casserly for her talk 'Tourism in Ireland in the Twentieth Century' at 6.30pm Monday 18 November. Booking essential T: 01 4973539 Email: rathmineslibrary@dublincity.ie
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Festival of History Nov 15
Many thanks!
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James Curry Nov 14
Great to bring the Irish Revolution course I’ve been teaching at Ballymun Library in recent months to Cabra this evening. The weekly course will finish up on 19th December by marking the centenary of the Ashtown Ambush & death of republican Martin Savage
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Festival of History Nov 14
Replying to @FXMC1957
Congratulations Frank - we’re really looking forward to reading your new book. Don’t forget to come back to us when volume 2 is out!
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Professor Frank McDonough Nov 13
MY NEW BOOK IS AVAILABLE NOW: The Hitler Years is a major 2 Volume narrative history of the Third Reich. Volume 1 covers the years 1933 to 1939, featuring the road to the Second World War and the escalating persecution of Jewish people
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DublinCityLibraries Nov 14
Cabra Library are hosting a FREE 6 week course on 20th century Irish History (1916-1919) with James Curry, Historian in Residence. Booking is highly recommended! 6.30pm - 7.45pm on Thurs Nov 14 Nov 21 Nov 28 Dec 5 Dec 12 Dec 19 T: 01 8691414 Email: cabralibrary@dublincity.ie
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Dublin City Council Nov 14
Our care for over 200 parks in the city. Let us know what your favourite Dublin City Council park is and tag your images below! 🌸👩‍🌾
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Cormac Moore Nov 14
I will be giving, what has turned out to be, a much in-demand talk on Lemon's Pure Sweets again in Drumcondra Library this evening at 6:30pm. Check with the library to see if any spots are still available; T: 01 8377206 E: drumcondralibrary@dublincity.ie.
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