1. Materials at reading
Rev. J. (1939). Memoirs and historical jottings. (Unpublished biography,
St. Anthony's church rectory, 1939).
manuscript. Provides biographical perspective on Irish immigration to rural
which can be used
as introductions to individual lessons.
April 12, 2001
from World Wide
Web: http://newadvent.org/cathen/08098b.htm. A detailed encyclopedic article emphasizing the Catholic Church's role in Irish
history. Can be used for documentation in papers.
history of the Irish race. (2000, May 3). Old
April 12, 2001
from World Wide Web: http://www.ireland.org/irl_hist/hist2.htm.
An encyclopedic article detailing early Irish history from the Irish
perspective. Can be used for documentation in papers.
R. (1996, December 5). Northern Approaches. The National Library of
from World Wide Web: http://www.nlc-bnc.ca/north/nor-i/thule/thu-019e.htm.
An encyclopedic article referencing pre-Columbian exploration of
by Irish monks of
the 10th century.
P. (1999, August 25). Beyond the Pale. Irish Republican Socialist Movement.
October 15, 2001
from World Wide Web: http://irsm.org/general/history/beyondthepale.htm.
A article detailing the fight for Irish independence from an Irish
socialist point of view.
P. (Producer). (1994). Out of
: American Focus, Inc. Narrated
by Kelly McGillis, this video
examines the history and experience of Irish Immigrants to
, including interviews. Can be
used over multiple class periods (111 minutes) to enhance learning.
Materials below reading level:
Materials above reading level:
J. (1995). Mullin Ancestry. (Unpublished genealogy).
manuscript. Provides material for construction of a family tree.
Mullin, J. Personal Interview. 4 May 2001.