Irish genealogy, history and heritage events, 27 Feb to 12 March
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Monday 27 February: Revolutionary Routes: The African Diaspora in Ireland, 1830s-1930s, with Dr Maurice J Casey. An online talk; part of the Heritage from Home Series 3 from Libraries NI. Free, and all welcome. Booking is required. Details (scroll down).
Tuesday 28 February: Emigration from the North of Ireland to the Canadian Maritimes, an online event with Dr Paddy Fitzgerald and hosted by the North of Ireland Family History Society’s Belfast Branch 7pm – 8:30pm GMT. All welcome. Free. See details.
Tuesday 28 February: Adventures of a ‘Fighting Railway’: the Belfast Central Railway, 1864-1885, a talk and book launch by Robert Phipps. In-person at the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland, 2 Titanic Boulevard, Titanic Quarter, Belfast BT3 9HQ. 1pm to 2pm. Refreshments served from 12:30pm. Free. All welcome. Booking.
Tuesday 28 February: When the Post Boxes Turned Green, with Cathy Scuffil. A hybrid event from Dublin City Council’s Historian in Residence. In-person at St James’s Church, 53 James Street, Dublin 8. Online via livestream from https://stjamesparish.ie. 6:30pm sharp. Free. All welcome.
Tuesday 28 February: Always in the Human Consciousness’ – Exploring the Memory of Clare’s Revolutionary Period, a hybrid event hosted by the Kilrush and District Historical Society. Venue: Teach Cheoil, Kilrush, Co Clare. 8pm. KDHS lectures are free to members, EUR5 for non-members, payable on the night only. Also available online, free; see…
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