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Resources Round-up May 2014

The blog has been up and running for just over a month now so I thought I’d gather together all of the useful resources, databases, blogs, heritage sites, libraries, archives and websites that have been mentioned so far. The list is pretty impressive already and we’ll keep building on it in the coming months! Many thanks to everyone who contributed to this list in the comment section of various posts.

Blog Roll

Useful Websites

Museums/Heritage Sites

Libraries/Archives

Databases

Full Text Books/Pamphlets

Maps

 

P.S. The image above is from c. 1725 and was the work of Giuseppe Crespi, a Spanish painter. It is available via Wikimedia Commons.

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  1. LAWS IN IRELAND FOR THE SUPPRESSION

    OF POPERY

    commonly known as the

    PENAL LAWS

    From the consolidation of English power in 1691 until well into the nineteenth century, religion was the gulf which divided the colonial rulers of Ireland from the native majority. This sectarian division resulted from deliberate government policy. It reached into political, economic, and personal life, through a series of statutes known as the Penal Laws. This site contains the texts of these laws.

    http://library.law.umn.edu/irishlaw/

    1. Thanks Patricia – I’ll add this in the next round up! I didn’t know about it and it looks very useful.

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