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11 June 2016

Station event to commemorate Roger Casement

A special event will be hosted to remember Roger Casement, after whom Tralee Station was renamed in 1966.

1916 Centenary, Publications
17 June 2016

Station event to commemorate Eamonn Ceannt

A special event will be hosted to remember Eamonn Ceannt, after whom Galway Station was renamed in 1966.

Publications, 1916 Centenary
25 June 2016

Station event to commemorate Joseph Mary Plunkett

A special event will be hosted to remember Joseph Mary Plunkett, after whom Waterford Station was renamed in 1966.

1916 Centenary, Publications
05 July 2016

Station event to commemorate Michael Mallin

A special event will be hosted to remember Michael Mallin, after whom Dun Laoghaire Station was renamed in 1966.

1916 Centenary, Publications
09 July 2016

Station event to commemorate Michael O'Hanrahan

A special event will be hosted to remember Michael O'Hanrahan, after whom Wexford Station was renamed in 1966.

1916 Centenary, Publications
16 July 2016

Station event to commemorate Edward Daly

A special event will be hosted to remember Edward Daly, after whom Bray Station was renamed in 1966.

1916 Centenary, Publications
23 July 2016

Station event to commemorate Seán MacDiarmada

A special event will be hosted to remember Seán MacDiarmada, after whom Sligo Station was renamed in 1966.

1916 Centenary, Publications
01 November 2016

Public Lecture 'Galway: perspectives on the historic town'

A free public joint lecture by Jacinta Prunty and Paul Walsh to celebrate the launch of IHTA no. 28 Galway/Gaillimh.

Publications, Irish Historic Towns Atlas, Public Lecture
18 January 2017

Can 100 Artworks tell the story of modern Ireland?

Join editors Fintan O'Toole, Catherine Marshall and Eibhear Walshe in conversation with Fiona Kearney, Director of the Glucksman, University College Cork.

Publications
16 February 2017

1916 Portraits and Lives: a conversation

1916 Portraits and Lives exhibition opens at Pearse Museum

Publications, 1916 Centenary

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