Farmers and Relational Sustainability

Interviews conducted using the Biogaphic Narrative Interpretive Method on the topic of relational sustainability in Ireland. The interviews explored the experiences of farmers, fishers and rural dwellers of relationships in their communities: relationships between people; between

Irish Qualitative Data Archive

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Excavation Memories

Interviews with the excavation director and others who either worked on the site at Knowth or have been associated with post-excavation work. These interviews were filmed at Knowth on 20 June 2012, at an event to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the commencement of the modern

Royal Irish Academy

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Farmers and their inventions

‘From Knowledge to Invention: exploring user innovation in Irish agriculture’ was a successful doctoral research project conducted at The Open University (UK) from 2012-2016 with funding from Teagasc’s Walsh Fellowship Scheme. The study explored the processes and motivators of fa

Irish Qualitative Data Archive

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Patrick English (1894-1970)

Patrick English was born in 1894 and lived at Dunsink Cottages, Castleknock, Dublin. He was employed as a gardener on Lord Holmpatrick’s Estate at Abbotstown. He was a member of Fianna Eireann and the Irish Volunteer Army. He was part of the F. Company, 4th Battalion, Dublin Brig

Dublin City Library and Archive

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2. Archaeological Geophysical Reports

This collection consists of unpublished archaeo-geophysical reports generated in the course of national road and public transport schemes under the auspices of TII. These archaeo-geophysical reports were often undertaken in compliance with the planning conditions for the scheme

Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII)

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Irish National War Memorial Committee Minutes

Minute book of the Irish National War Memorial Committee from 1937 to present. Minutes of meetings held up to 1988 can be viewed in the repository. To view more recent minutes, it is necessary to contact Dublin City Library and Archives using the 'Request Access' button.

Dublin City Library and Archive

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The Irish National War Memorial Committee Correspondence

The Irish National War Memorial Committee was founded in the summer of 1919. Its first President was the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, Field-Marshal Viscount French of Ypres (who gave the first donation to the Committee of £100) following a meeting held in the Vice Regal Lodge. By

Dublin City Library and Archive

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General Valuation Survey 1916, Dublin City

The General Valuation Survey of Dublin city in 1916 is comprised of valuations of buildings in a number of streets in Dublin city centre in the aftermath of the 1916 Rising. The valuation included details of the condition of buidlings; whether ruined, damaged or with walls standi

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