New Year's Eve Countdown in New York City Started by Patrick S. Gilmore in 1888

Mayor Curley and 20,000 People attend Roxbury's Christmas Carnival, December 1914

Irish Connections to the Boston Massacre on March 5, 1770

1200 People Attend Boston's First County Mayo Reunion in 1905

Irish Storyteller Seumas McManus Speaks on "The Problem of Ireland" in Bangor, Maine

New Moving Picture Called "Ireland a Nation" Opens to Enthusiastic Crowds in Boston on October 19, 1914

Chicago Uilleann Piper Charles Mack Performed "Come Back to Erin" at B.F. Keith's Theatre

The Boston Celtics - Green Uniforms, Shamrocks and Lucky the Leprechaun

First Aer Lingus Flight from Boston to Ireland Took Place on October 5, 1958

Irish AOH Commemorate the Brig St. John Calamity in Cohasset on October 5

William Butler Yeats Speaks in Boston about Ireland's National Theater on September 28, 1911

Patrick Gilmore's "When Johnny Comes Marching Home" First Performed in Boston on September 26, 1863

Roxbury's John F. Collins, Mayor of Boston from 1960-1967

John B. Hynes, Boston Mayor in the 1950s

AOH Unveils Celtic Cross in Worcester on September 18, 1977

Boston Mayor Patrick A. Collins Dies Suddenly on September 14, 1905

Arthur Fiedler Conducts Boston Pops "Irish Night" on Esplanade in 1934

Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy - Beloved in Boston