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Gaelic Scholar Dr. Douglas Hyde Speaks in Boston on December 3, 1905

Boston Massacre Memorial was unveiled on Boston Common on November 14, 1888

GAELIC ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION HOLDS ITS THIRD ANNUAL BALL IN ROXBURY ON OCTOBER 26, 1926

Aer Lingus Began its Boston-Ireland Direct Flight in October 1958

New England Council presents New Englander of the Year Awards on October 11

William B. Yeats Visits Boston in 1911 to Promote Ireland's National Theatre

Boston's Patrick Collins - US Congressman, Boston Mayor, US Ambassador

Irish-Born US Naval Hero Commodore John Barry, Shipping out of Boston

Boston's Maurice Tobin, U.S. Secretary of Labor under Harry S. Truman

Quincy Marketplace in Boston Opened on August 26, 1826

John Boyle O'Reilly - Boston's Champion of the Downtrodden

Rockport Music Presents Della Mae in Concert on August 15

Naval Hero Jeremiah O'Brien Honored At Massachusetts State House

Greater Boston Feis, July 30, 1950, draws 15,000 spectators to Malden Stadium

Mayor Walsh & Community Leaders Announce Restoration of Boston's Shaw Memorial

On this Day: Boston Volunteer Firemen Attack Irish Funeral Procession in 1837

Thomas J. Flatley (1931-2008) In Memoriam

Feis Ceol Agus Seanachas Held in Boston

Fidders Scott Skinner and John Wiseman Compete in World's Old Fiddler Contest in Maine

Massachusetts Senate Adopts Resolution for Independent Ireland, March 19, 1918

International Women's Day - Boston's Mary Boyle O’Reilly