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American Ireland Fund

The Boston-based headquarters of The Ireland Funds, the largest fund raising organisation for Irish interests in the world.

Boston Diarist

A look at the state of Irish/Jewish relations in Boston through the lens of a proposal to build a Patriots stadium in South Boston. The New Republic, 2/24/97.

Boston Irish : A Political History

Book: Thomas O'Connor's look at the rise and influence of the Irish in Boston politics.

Boston Irish Famine Memorial

Boston Irish Pub and Restaurant Guide

Boston Irish Reporter

Weekly newspaper.

Boston Police Gaelic Column of Pipes and Drums

25-member marching bagpipe and drum band comprised of Boston-area police officers.

Celtic Life Boston

A resource and directory for all things Irish.

Celtic Weavers

Luxury Irish import store in Faneuil Hall Marketplace. Pottery, china, crystal, jewelery, knitwear - all authentic Irish craftsmanship.

Finnegan's Wake

Try to imagine the ballad "Finnegan's Wake" transformed into the Irish version of "one of those Italian Weddings," only in place of the nuptials, there's a funeral. Then you've pretty much got the gist of the show playing in Boston, and Randolph.
Financial District
Boston

Irish Cultural Centre

Promoting Irish culture and heritage. Canton.

Irish Film Festival

Annual celebration of Ireland and the Irish on film. Held in April.

Irish Heritage Association of Greater Fall River

Irish Heritage Cultural Events and Speakers.
Fall River

Irish Heritage Trail

Self-guided, three-mile walking tour through downtown Boston.

Irish Immigration Center

Self-help organization for Irish immigrants.

Irish in Boston in the 20th century

Focuses on the Boston Fire Department.

Irish Massachusetts

Massachusetts is the most Irish state in the USA, with 26% of residents claiming Irish ancestry. This site provides a year-round calendar of Irish cultural, sports, literary, and nightlife activities

Irish Networking Society

"Our membership is split almost evenly between men and women, and about two-thirds are native Irish nationals who have been living in the US for some time. One welcoming aspect about the Society is that one does not need to be Irish to join or to benefit from the great contacts and friendships to be made."

Irish World: Boston

Guide for Irish citizens living in Boston.

Rascal King, The

Book: Jack Beatty's biography of James Michael Curley.

Social Irish

"The Social Irish is a group of young, Boston area professionals who meet, socialize and explore Irish culture through outings of Irish cultural focus, social interaction and laughter. Membership is open to all and we encourage New Irish and Irish American professionals."

Sugan Theatre Company

"The Sugan Theatre Company's mission is to introduce to Boston audiences contemporary Irish and Celtic plays that present diverse perspectives of modern Ireland." A resident theater company at the Boston Center for the Arts.
539 Tremont St.
Downtown

The Boston Irish

By Thomas H. O'Connor. Settling in a city founded by the Puritans, the Irish of Boston evolved into one of America's most distinctive ethnic communities - and eventually came to dominate local politics. This book chronicles the growth of Irish political power in Boston.
$15.97

The Irish Ancestral Research Association (TIARA)

Holds monthly meetings at Boston College.


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