Today’s Sunday Business Post opinion poll indicates that a large majority (80 per cent) of respondents agree that the Easter Rising was a ‘‘positive event in recent Irish history’’, a noteworthy and legitimate act of national self determination. It also shows that 71 per cent agreed that Ireland ‘‘owes a debt to the leaders’’ of the rebellion. Yet only 50 per cent of respondents thought that it was appropriate to ‘‘celebrate the 1916 Rising with a military parade’’, and 32 per cent definitely disagreed. for more click here
The Irish potato famine caused Irish immigration to develop to a level where millions of people left Ireland for North America. The Famine Ships were central to the Irish potato famine—our Famine Ship Records act as an invaluable resource of Irish immigration! for more click here
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In case all the “Kiss Me I’m Irish” buttons didn’t clue you in, I should tell you that today is St. Patrick’s Day.
It turns out that Tucson has a lot of reasons to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, because there are a lot of Tucson-Irish and Mexico-Irish connections.for more cick here