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Grieving is a difficult process but funnily enough the Irish are famous for how they treat death. The Irish Wake and Funerals are a huge part of the culture and society in Ireland. Bring a little bit of that Irish culture over to America with an Eternally Irish Memorial. Read more ›
Here's a look at five of the most common Irish-American surnames and where in Ireland your ancestors may have came from. Do you know your ancestral home? Why not add it to our Interactive Map of Ireland by creating a memorial for your passed loved one. Read more ›
Irish people have been emigrating to America for years and years. We have noticed a great resurgence of Irish heritage among Irish-Americans today. Read more ›
Irish men and women had a major role to play in the American Labor Movement and some have been credited with founding Labor Day itself. Mike Quill, Mother Jones, Terence Powderly, Peter McGuire and Matthew Maguire are just a few of the great Irish men and women who have been involved in the American Labor Movement. Read more ›
Ireland's annual International Famine Commemoration will take place in Phoenix this November. The event will be hosted by the excellent Irish Cultural Center and McClelland Library in the state capital. Read more ›
If you're looking to strengthen your connection to Ireland it is worth putting in the effort to find out more about your Irish family history. A better understanding of your Irish heritage can open up new experiences and strengthen your own sense of identity. Read more ›