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When College Green was Green

When College Green was Green

This handsome painting of the Irish capital’s College Green dates to circa 1753 and is the work of Dublin-born Joseph Tudor, the principal landscape painter of his day, who actually lived – and died – on Dame Street. He was employed by Dr....
Commodore John Barry (1745-1803), Father of the American Navy

Commodore John Barry (1745-1803), Father of the American Navy

The Wexford man was the United States’ first commissioned naval officer, as well as its first flag officer. On his watch, the US Navy converted 40 acres of Brooklyn into one of the world's biggest shipyards. It stands next to the oldest park in Brooklyn, renamed...
William Presley of Eagle Hill, Hacketstown

William Presley of Eagle Hill, Hacketstown

The story of a savage attack on William Presley in 1775, possibly by the Whiteboys, and how that launched a festival in Hacketstown, even if it sadly transpired that the Carlow town was not Elvis's ancestral home. Unlimited access for €1 a month / €12 a year...
Waterways Through Time

Waterways Through Time

The text version of Turtle's collaboration with Waterways Ireland in which he explores Ireland’s natural rivers and lakes, as well as the man-made canals that criss-cross the island. This starts with the geology and archaeological legacy of Ireland's waterways and...