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Irish Channel, New Orleans - Wikipedia


Irish Channel (French: Manche irlandaise) is a neighborhood of the city of New Orleans. ..... Neighborhoods of the Central City/Garden District of New Orleans, Louisiana · Central City ·...

Irish History in New Orleans


Until it was bought by Capital One in 2005, Hibernia Bank was the largest local bank in Louisiana. Hibernia is an old term for Ireland, and the bank, founded in ...

NOLA History: The Irish in New Orleans - GoNOLA.com


Mar 4, 2013 ... History of the Irish in New Orleans in celebration of St. Patrick's Day, ... Cuba, eventually becoming Louisiana's second Spanish governor, and ...

Irish Channel | Experience New Orleans!


The charismatic Irish Channel neighborhood once housed New Orleans' immigrant population, and now plays home to a variety of residents young and old.

The Irish House


New Orleans NOLA best Irish pub and restaurant run by Chef Matt Murphy, winner of Chopped 2012 offering Guinness and traditional Irish menu and imported foods. ... McTeggart Irish Dancers Louisiana · Irish Cultural and Heritage Museum.

Irish Cultural Museum | New Orleans, LA


Contact us at (855) 514-8139 in New Orleans, LA, to learn more about the historical Irish Cultural Museum.

Irish in New Orleans | Entries | KnowLA, Encyclopedia of Louisiana


Sep 23, 2013 ... Irish immigrants and their descendants formed one of the largest European ethnic groups in Louisiana, and particularly in New Orleans, which ...

The Irish in New Orleans - ULPress.org


The Irish in New Orleans-irish in new orleans, laura kelley ... about the Irish as well as the culture, history and foodways of New Orleans and Southern Louisiana .

Historian: Irish have deep roots in New Orleans | WGNO


Mar 16, 2015 ... The Irish entered the annals of Louisiana History with a bang." That is how Tulane Professor Laura Kelley's book The Irish in New Orleans ...