David I. Walsh is first Irish Catholic Elected as Massachusetts Governor in 1913

Irish Immigrant Annie Glover Hung in Boston during Witch Craze in 1688

Boston Massacre Memorial Unveiled on Boston Common on November 14, 1888

John F. Kennedy - the Quintessential War Hero

Boston's Purple Shamrock, James Michael Curley, died on November 12, 1958

John Fitzgerald, grandfather of JFK, wins Boston U.S. Congressional Seat in November, 1894

100,000 Bostonians March in Silent Mourning for death of Irish Hunger Striker Terence MacSwiney on November 1, 1920

Boxing Champ John L. Sullivan Born in Boston on October 12, 1858

Playwright Eugene O'Neill born on October 16, 1888 in New York City

Carnival of Gaelic Games Feature Gaelic Football, Hurling and Track & Field in Cambridge on Oct 12, 1920

Irish Ship Carrying Famine Refugees sinks off Cohasset in Massachusetts, killing most of the passengers, on October 7, 1849

Silent John Kerrigan of South Boston, was Acting Mayor of Boston in 1938 and 1945

Irish Poet William B. Yeats Lectures in Boston on the Irish National Theater on September 28, 1911

War Anthem, 'When Johnny Comes Marching Home,' was first Performed on September 26, 1863 at Boston's Tremont Temple

Tom Burke of Boston's West End Breaks the World Record in the 600 Yard Dash

Charlestown's Ursuline Convent for Girls Burned to the Ground on August 11, 1834

Boston Hero John Boyle O'Reilly Dies on August 10 in Hull, Massachusetts