Pictures of the Past

Pictures of the Past

Dr Pat Bracken gives us an overview of the Murphy Photographic Collection, Ballinamona House, Cashel, Co. Tipperary

Carrying a cross for Ireland

Carrying a cross for Ireland

Dr Mary McAuliffe profiles Thomas Ashe on the centenary of his death

One Day in Glasnevin Cemetery

One Day in Glasnevin Cemetery

1 day, 1 cemetery & 7 burials. John Gibney & Georgina Laragy explore what these burials say about Dublin’s complex social history

The Destruction of Dublin

The Destruction of Dublin

Justin Dolan Stover, Idaho State University, examines the extent of the physical damage done to Dublin during the Easter Rising

Rebuilding Dublin

Rebuilding Dublin

From the Archives: Documents relating to an architect appointed as part of the team to rebuild Dublin after the Easter Rising

A Sinn Féin Rebellion?

A Sinn Féin Rebellion?

Prof. Michael Laffan, UCD, explains how the Easter Rising gave Sinn Féin the momentum to become the biggest party in the country by 1918

Issue 14: 2013-10-30
Photograph of ‘Be men now, or be forever slaves’
James Connolly in 1910. In a statement released to union members this week, Connolly warned that 'the employers are determined to starve you into submission, and if you resist, to club you, jail you, and kill you.' Photo: www.census.nationalarchives.ie/exhibition/dublin/

‘Be men now, or be forever slaves’

James Connolly announces mass picketing in Dublin

By Century Ireland

‘Be men now, or be forever slaves’, said the trade union leader James Connolly as he announced the Transport and General Workers’ Union new campaign of mass...

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Century Ireland

The Century Ireland project is an online historical newspaper that tells the story of the events of Irish life a century ago.