Digitised images and a searchable index of household returns and ancillary
records for all 32 counties of the censuses of Ireland for 1901 and 1911.
Bad Bridget: criminal and deviant Irish women in North America, 1838–1918
Focussing on the criminal and deviant Irish girls and women in Boston, New
York and Toronto and their treatment by the authorities. Funded by the Arts
and Humanities Research Council, UK.
Beyond 2022: Ireland’s Virtual Record Treasury
An all-island and international legacy for the Decade of Centenaries. The
Virtual Record Treasury re-imagines and reconstructs through digital
technologies the surviving collections of the Public Record Office of Ireland
which was destroyed on June 30th, 1922 in the opening engagement of the
Irish Civil War.
An online historical newspaper that tells the story of the events of Irish life a
century ago arranged as ‘Main Stories’ and ‘News in Brief’ articles as well as
thematic pieces. Published fortnightly it is a portal for the Irish Decade of
Chief Secretary’s Office Registered Papers
Located in the National Archives, Ireland, these papers consist of primarily
incoming correspondence of the Chief Secretary’s Office in Dublin covering
the years 1818 to 1852.
DIPPAM — Documenting Ireland: Parliament, People and Migration
An online virtual archive of documents and sources relating to the history of
Ireland, and its migration experience from the 18th to the late 20th centuries
including the following searchable databases:
EPPI (Enhanced British Parliamentary Papers on Ireland);
IED (Irish Emigration Database);
VMR (Voices of Migration and Return).
The site was supported by Queen’s University Belfast, the Arts and
Humanities Research Council, the University of Ulster and Libraries NI.
Dublin Metropolitan Police Arrest Books
Hand written entries in ledger volumes relating to the arrest and charge of
offenders covering 1905–1908 and 1911–1918.
Digitised and searchable culturally and historically significant collections of the
Linen Hall Library which elucidate and celebrate the lived experience of
women in Northern Ireland from 1965 to the present.
Final Report of the Commission of Investigation into Mother and Baby Homes, 2021
Histpop — The Online Historical Population Reports Website
The Online Historical Population Reports (OHPR) collection provides access
to the complete British population reports for Britain and Ireland from 1801 to
1937. It is funded by JISC and hosted by the UK Data Archive at the
University of Essex.
International Federation for Research in Women’s History
IFRWH/FIRHF encourages and coordinates research in all aspects of
women's history at international level, by promoting exchange of information
and publication and by arranging and assisting in arranging large-scale
international conferences as well as more restricted and specialized meetings.
Irish Archives Resource
The Irish Archives Resource in an online portal which allows users to search
the collections of participating archive services from all over Ireland, north and
south. IAR is funded by the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht,
Sport and Media and the Heritage Council.
Pre-20th century church records for baptism, marriage and burial, some pre-
dating Civil Registration. Includes transcripts of the baptism and marriage
records of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Kerry to c. 1900, all Roman
Catholic baptism, marriage and burial registers for Dublin City, all surviving
Church of Ireland baptism, marriage and burial registers for Dublin City.
Irish History Online
A national bibliography of Irish history. It is part of a European network of
national historical bibliographies from fourteen countries. Irish History Online
(IHO) is an authoritative listing of what has been written about Irish history from earliest times to the present. It is hosted and managed by the Royal Irish
Academy Library and is compiled, edited and regularly updated by a team of
voluntary editors and compilers.
A resource guide to Ireland’s landed estates and historic houses in Connacht
and Munster, c. 1700–1914. Managed by University of Galway.
Letters of 1916
This project is the first public humanities project in Ireland. It is creating a
crowd-sourced digital collection of letters written around the time of the Easter
Rising (1 November 1915 – 31 October 1916). Maintained by Maynooth
A project that seeks to map the full range of cultural activity, across languages
and ethnic groups, in Ireland from 1541 to 1691. Managed by Maynooth
A web resource developed as part of the final phase of the Decade of
Centenaries programme. It contains images and information about women
and their contribution to the War of Independence and Civil War period as well
as women who served in politics and public life in the period that followed.
Muckross House Research Library
This online library documents ‘the traditions, way of life, and history of the
people of Kerry’. The collections include documents, images, voice
recordings, ephemera and other resources. Document series are arranged for
the Muckross Estate, the Kenmare Estate and the Godfrey Estate. Includes
lists and some digitised material.
National Archives of Ireland — Decade of Centenaries
The Reception & Circulation of Early Modern Women’s Writing, 1550–1700
RECIRC is a research project about the impact made by women writers and
their works in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. Managed by the
University of Galway.
The aim of the WHAI is to promote research into the history of women in
Ireland, to bring together scholars in Irish women’s history, to recognise
excellence in research and to promote public engagement with women’s
history in an Irish context.
Bibliography of British and Irish History
A comprehensive and accurate guide available to what's been written
about British and Irish history BBIH is a subscription service and is available
remotely via university and research libraries worldwide. It is a collaboration
between the Institute of Historical Research, the Royal Historical Society and