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Irish Americans in New York City


The Irish community is one of New York's major and important ethnic groups, and has been a significant proportion of the city's population since the waves of ...

Irish Immigration to New York City - Lower East Side Tenement ...


Irish Immigration to New York City While the mass emigration that began from Ireland with the Great Famine of the 1840s holds sway over the popular ...

Irish Network New York


IN-NYC enhances the communities in the greater New York area by facilitating Irish and Irish-American cultural, social, charitable and professional networking ...

New York Irish Center :: Home


The New York Irish Center is a community center in Long Island City, where a warm welcome awaits the Irish in the region and, in true Irish spirit, all those who  ...

In Modern-Day New York, Reminders of Irish Roots Abound ...


Mar 16, 2015 ... New York's Irish history stretches back almost to the origins of the city—there were certainly as least transient Irish here when it was still New ...

Irish historical sites in New York (PHOTOS) - IrishCentral.com


Jul 14, 2016 ... In New York's 352nd year, we take a look at the how the Irish have had a huge influence on the city. There's even an old joke that asks what's ...

Brooklyn and the True History of Irish Immigrants in 1950s New York ...


Nov 4, 2015 ... As the star of the new movie Brooklyn, Saoirse Ronan is tasked with portraying an Irish immigrant in 1950s New York City as a singular woman ...

Most Irish Places in New York - NerdWallet


Mar 16, 2015 ... The Irish immigrant story is largely set against New York's streets — from the gritty Five Points neighborhood of Manhattan in the 1800s to the ...

Irish Arts Center


Founded in 1972, Irish Arts Center is a New York-based arts and cultural center dedicated to projecting a dynamic image of Ireland and Irish America for the 21st  ...

Inventing the Irish - The New York Times


Mar 24, 2016 ... At the Easter Rising centenary, Ireland should look past national mythology to see its shared history with Britain.

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