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Since the early 13th century, Coats of Arms and Heraldry have been a source of great fascination, as well as, a subject of true historical importance. Browse through hundreds of links in our Coat of Arms database. [Search]

The Irish Americans - Immigrant Experience Tells the story of those seven million Irish men, women and children who left their native land and sailed to America, hoping for a chance at a better life. [Purchase]

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Land of Majesty Ireland: Land of Majesty : This expansive set captures the rich cultural flavor, sweeping panorama and unique character of Ireland as never before. From the producers of the acclaimed bestseller, The Three Faces of Scotland, this long-awaited, four-part series tells the complete story of the Emerald Isle, taking the viewer on an epic journey from the earliest times to the present day. [Purchase from A&E]

Irish in America With their hearts, wits, and fists, they made America their own. On the parade grounds of the Colonies, in the railyards of the Old West, in the vibrant celebrations of today's Saint Patrick's Day Parades-the story of America is the story of its Irish immigrants. Aidan Quinn narrates this unforgettable tribute to determination, humor and freedom a tribute to THE IRISH IN AMERICA. [Purchase from A&E]

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An Atlas of Irish Names : Hereditary surnames appeared in Ireland about 100 years before they did in England, and more than 100 years before permanent family names appeared on the European continent. A few books detailing Irish names have appeared, but surname origin studies have been rare. A new project by the National University of Ireland plans to change that.

FREE DATABASE from : "Scots-Irish" -- Use this database to acquaint yourself with this group as they appear in North Britain, North Ireland, and North America. The record mentions many prominent Scots-Irish individuals in the revolutionary war and other parts of American history, as well as lengthy discussions of the Great Plantation of Ulster.

  The True Story of the Molly Maguires : Explore all the evidence surrounding the execution of 30 alleged Irish terrorists in the 1870s. [Purchase from A&E]

Irish Proverb : You've got to do your own growing, no matter how tall your grandfather was.

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