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Irish Culture & Society (dedicated to Irish cultural and postcolonial studies) (Gary Pearce)
General Resources for Irish History
An Ireland Reading List (Universitätsbibliothek Mannheim)
Chronological Dates in Irish History (U. North Carolina)
History of Ireland: Primary Documents (annotated links, from ancient to modern; within the Eurodocs site) (Brighham Young U.)
Raphael Holinshed The Chronicles of England, Scotland and Ireland.) (facsimile reproductions from the 1587 Denham print) (Schoenberg Center for Electronic Text and Image, U. Pennsylvania)
Irish History on the Web (Jacqueline Dana)
A Comprehensive Online Guide to Writing About British and Irish History (searchable database of bibliography for British and Irish historical research) (Royal Historical Society, U. College, London)
World History Archives: History of Ireland ("documents to support the study of world history from a working-class and non-Eurocentric perspective") (Haines Brown, Central Connecticut S.)
Medieval Ireland
The Bull of Pope Adrian IV Empowering Henry II to Conquer Ireland. A.D. 1155 (e-text, in English) (Avalon Project, Yale U.)
Early Modern Ireland
Laws in Ireland for the Suppression of Popery, or The Penal Laws (e-texts of statutes) (Patricia Schaffer, U. Minnesota)
Edmund Spenser, A vewe of the present state of Ireland ("a scholarly edition of Gonville & Caius College Cambridge MS 188/221... Includes an introduction, textual notes, collaborative interpretive notes, and an archive of supplementary materials"; within the CERES site) (Andrew Zurcher, Cambridge U.)
Edmund Spenser A View of the Present State of Ireland (e-text "prepared from the text found in Grosart [1894] and checked with Renwick's edition of the Rawlinson MS [Scholartis, 1934]") (Richard Bear, U. Oregon)
Witches and Witch trials in England, the Channel Islands, Ireland and Scotland (chronologically listed data for juridical evidence of witch huunts, including citation of sources) (Marc Carlson, U. of Tulsa)
The Irish Potato Famine
Interpreting The Irish Famine, 1846-1850 (background essays, images, primary sources, arranged by topic, plus bibliography) (Liz Szabo, U. Virginia)
The Irish Famine (Authentic Ireland Travel)
The Irish Potato Famine Page (articles and images, recipes, and more) (Conrad Jay Bladey)
Irish Views of the Famine (primary sources, including diaries and newspaper accounts) (U. Virginia)
Modern Ireland
Proclamation of the Irish Republic, 24 April 1916 (e-text, within First World War.com site) (Michael Duffy)
Regionalism and Nineteenth-Century Ireland (Queen's U. of Belfast, April 4-6, 1997) (Society for the Study of Nineteenth-Century Ireland)
Society for the Study of Nineteenth-Century Ireland (Belfast, Northern Ireland)
Raphael Holinshed A Treatise conteining a plaine and perfect description of Ireland [Selections] (facsimile reproductions from the 1586 Denham print of The Chronicles of England, Scotland and Ireland.) (Schoenberg Center for Electronic Text and Image, U. Pennsylvania)
National Archives: Uniting the Kingdoms? 1066-1603 (virtual exhibits, with primary documents, maps, and more; sections on Scotland, England, Wales, Ireland, and France) (National Archives, London, UK)
Northern Ireland Timeline (U. Ulster Northern Ireland)
Views of the Famine ("selection of contemporary reports related to the Irish tragedy of 1845-51, from: The Illustrated London News, The Pictorial Times, Punch") (Steve Taylor)

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