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james lawrence dore commented on Joe Gannon's blog post Mayo's Robert Horatio George Minty: Past Imperfect Hero
"Re Minty article: This was  a great biographical article re someone who was active during both the Civil War and during the great building of the American Railroad system during the 19th century. I'll have to look up the story re  the…"
Jan 23, 2017
Kate Hennesey commented on james lawrence dore's blog post Breandán Breathnach's 'Folk Music and Dances of Ireland'
"This looks like a wonderful resource! I had a similar experience growing up without any direct contact with Irish traditional music and dance, but through Irish dance classes (my daughter was part of the "Riverdance" generation in the…"
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Breandán Breathnach's 'Folk Music and Dances of Ireland'

Growing up on Long Island with two Irish-American parents was not a particularly Irish experience. Carmel Quinn records played on our stereo and were appreciated by all. My father regularly annoyed my mother by listening to bagpipe music. The truth was that my parents were American Irish who had lost contact with most of…See More
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Breandán Breathnach's 'Folk Music and Dances of Ireland'

Growing up on Long Island with two Irish-American parents was not a particularly Irish experience. Carmel Quinn records played on our stereo and were appreciated by all. My father regularly annoyed my mother by listening to bagpipe music. The truth was that my parents were American Irish who had lost contact with most of…See More
May 16, 2016
james lawrence dore commented on Fr. John R. Sheehan, SJ's blog post St. Patrick's Day - New York City - 2016
"Father Sheehan- I respect your principled decision.Could someone else give us a neutral account of the goings on behind the scenes at the planning for the parade? I'm financially  naive .It amazes me that parishes have to pay to be…"
Mar 11, 2016
DJ Kelly commented on james lawrence dore's blog post Researchers Sequence First Genomes From Ancient Irish Humans
"Good article on a fascinating subject. Thanks for sharing."
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Researchers Sequence First Genomes From Ancient Irish Humans

Large-scale migration of large groups of people as a source of the changes in language and culture in Ireland over the last 10,000 years has long been a hotly discussed topic.Above, Rathlin Island in Northern Ireland. The coast of County…See More
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Breandán Breathnach's 'Folk Music and Dances of Ireland'

Posted on May 16, 2016 at 7:30pm 2 Comments

Growing up on Long Island with two Irish-American parents was not a particularly Irish experience. Carmel Quinn records played on our stereo and were appreciated by all. My father regularly annoyed my mother by listening to bagpipe music. The truth was…

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Researchers Sequence First Genomes From Ancient Irish Humans

Posted on February 10, 2016 at 5:30pm 1 Comment

Large-scale migration of large groups of people as a source of the changes in language and culture in Ireland over the last 10,000 years has long been a hotly discussed topic.

Above, …

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'The Life and Writings of the Historical Saint Patrick,' by Richard Patrick Crosland Hanson

Posted on April 2, 2015 at 4:30pm 1 Comment

This little 138-page book taught me a lot about someone who is, arguably, one of the most important figures in Irish history. First of all, the picture of St. Patrick wearing a bishop's miter that we are all familiar with…

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Early Bird Gets the Worm: How I Found a Rare Book From a Fenian Poet

Posted on September 19, 2014 at 7:30pm 2 Comments

Most weekends, I get up at ungodly hours and go to the local flea market to look for interesting books. I usually arrive at 7:00 a.m. or so when they are still unpacking. The dealers there bid on storage units and end up with all sorts of miscellaneous stock, among which are the books I…

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