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genealogy.ie 1h
It is well worth a visit to Gardens and Science Centre in County Offaly. โ€œOne of the seven wonders of Irelandโ€. Today's castle was constructed in the 17th century. Created over generations it is an environmental and scientific time capsule.
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Whistler Museum 2h
The Whistler Museum will be closed today, Friday April 19. We will be open for the rest of the long weekend so be sure to stop by! Photo: George Benjamin Collection . . .
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Name and Place 3h
Do you have a budding Brownie in the family? have a local history badge which they can study for. Hopefully it plants the seed for learning about one place studies!
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St Andrews Museum 9h
Tough week at work - seeking any answers? Why not walk in the sandals of the well travelled Pilgrims from the Middle Ages. Today's post has been brought to you by the letter P
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BigLocal Wargrave 4h
Our next heritage evening will be Tuesday 30th April 4pm-7pm. The evening will focus on our Railway heritage. Join us for a cuppa and chat, bring your own railway photographs & artefacts for people to discuss.
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Zachary Wnek 4h
I was processing a reference request when I came across this awesome of Robinson Lake in Latah County . The dam has since been taken out and it is now Robinson Park.
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Statons 9h
Own a piece of local history. Statons and Berkeley Homes would like to invite you to our Investor Event at Trent Park on Thursday 25th April, 5pm-8pm. RSVP to 020 8441 9555
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Pro-Gen-Research 10h
Could be of interest to anyone in the Norwich area
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MCR Jewish Museum Apr 16
Our image this week is a postcard view of the trams when they ran up Cheetham Hill Road. Can anyone estimate when the trams were in operation here?
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EvaAnne Johnson 20h
Replying to @eva_weil
It creates empowered young community archivists who will help create community and personal archives and memory projects. They engage with primary sources and record oral histories. Iโ€™d like to see projects like this in curriculum nationwide.
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genealogy.ie Apr 17
The iconic was built by The MacNamara family in 1425. The spot on which this castle stands has been occupied for over 1000 years. Today the castle is run by and is open to the public
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Beachville District Museum Apr 17
Day 3 of . Post covers of 7 books you ๐Ÿ˜ (1/day for a week), inviting someone each day to do the same. No explanations, no reviews - just the cover. We nominate to join us!
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Dragonistic 13h
Working on a new B&W called "NEPA Gothic" with spooky little snippets about empty coal breakers and abandoned barns. Get excited ๐Ÿ˜ฎ
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Dunham Tavern Museum 34m
The front hallway links the parlor and sitting room, which exist basically in their original form today.
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Tameside Council Apr 18
Making Friends with the Archives - What can the borough records tell us about the hatting industry? Find out at Tameside Local Studies and Archives Centre, Cotton Street, Ashton at 2pm on Tuesday, April 30 - 0161 342 4242.
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St Andrews Museum 8h
Here is Queen Elisabeth II accompanied by Prince Philip taking a tour of Leuchars RAF base in the 1960s. The fighter plains and and pilots lined up neatly for HRH. Today's post has been brought to you by the letter Q.
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Brunos Rodizio Bar - Restaurant Apr 18
Check out how Bridge Foot look back in the day! What decade do you reckon this was taken? ๐Ÿค” ๐Ÿ“ท
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Dulwich Local History Apr 16
Vintage postcard: Fountain erected by Dulwich villagers to commemorate 60 years of service (1815-75) by Dr George Webster
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Conservation Society Apr 17
On this day in 1856, a stone building for the New Braunfels Academy was dedicated. This was the first tax supported school in Texas. Head over to our Facebook page to learn more.
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Forge Farm Allotments Association ๐Ÿฅ•๐Ÿฅฆ๐Ÿ…๐Ÿ๐Ÿ‡๐ŸŒป๐ŸŒบ๐Ÿฆ” Apr 15
We're adding a History page to our website. If anyone has any information or photos they'd be happy to share, then please DM us!
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