How did your ancestors live?
Photographs of Dublin, Belfast, Kerry, Galway, Waterford and Cork from the National Archives of Ireland
Browse or search more than 14,000 images online, 1870–1940
Wedding photographs taken by Herbert Thackwray Allison, 1910–1951, arranged by surname
BBC History website
England has the largest number of Irish migrants and decendants of Irish migrants. This online history was developed by a consortium of 30 archives, libraries and museums led by the National Archives (UK). It includes contributed oral histories and an image gallery.
Organised by townland, with detail at the household level and digital copies of the handwritten census forms. National Archives of Ireland.
An online exhibition in Flickr of photographs relating to Irish migrants to Canada. Library and Archives of Canada.
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An interactive hand-drawn map with incredible detail, it includes the location of houses, churches, schools, mines, wells, fields etc. Held by the National Mapping Agency of Ireland.
© Ordnance Survey Ireland/Government of Ireland.
Licence No. MNE0000111.
A free online resource of books and articles on Irish history, genealogy, and culture. Transcripts are available online with full text searching.
National Library of Australia
Register for a library card with the National Library of Australia (residents of Australia) and get free online access to subscription databases including: Irish Newspaper Archives, Dublin Castle Records 1798-1926 and the JSTOR archive of scholarly material, Ireland collection.