edited by Dennis Doyle
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The items on this list are, like all things on the net, likely to change without notice.
Go raibh míle maith agat to the many people who have sent me suggestions and corrections.
World Wide Web Sites
Available for those with Netscape Navigator, Microsoft Explorer, Mosaic, Lynx, MacWeb, WinWeb, America OnLine or any other web browser.
If you have trouble reaching these sites, try connecting to them through a higher directory, i.e., leave off the back end of the address up to the slash mark. Also, watch out for simple misspellings which may crop up as you type long addresses.
Master Irish Home Page http://pwaldron.bess.tcd.ie/ireland.htm.
Virtual Tourist Guide to Ireland. This has links to: Irish Universities, Irish Genealogy, The Irish Language, Irish Literature and Theater on the Web, Irish Music on the Web, Irish Economics, Politics and Current Affairs, Other Tourist Guides to Ireland, Dublin, Ireland's Capital City.
HEAnet's Irish National Information Server http://www.heanet.ie/
Based in Ireland, relevant, high-quality information of interest to the academic community in Ireland and beyond. Links go leor.
Doras Index http://doras.tinet.ie/Doras.nsf/IndexA comprehensive guide Irish Internet sites with excellent reviews.
IrishNet http://www.ceolas.org/IrishNet/A comprehensive guide to Irish Resources in the USA.
Irish American Net http://www.irishamericanet.com/Another much more comprehensive guide to Irish Resources in the USA. It's very complete with references in most states.
IrishAbroad http://www.IrishAbroad.comA wonderful resource for news, events in Ireland and the USA and much more. Well worth a look.
Irish Recipes 'n' Stuff http://www.ibmpcug.co.uk/~owls/irishlst.htmA pretty good collection.
Canadian Association for Irish Studies http://www.usask.ca/english/cais/index.htmlContains a newsletter and points to their journal.
island Ireland http://islandireland.comA wonderful comprehensive collection of links about Ireland, well organized, elegantly conceived and executed.
Irish Library Gophers: gopher://libgopher.cis.yale.edu:70/11/Europe/IrelandUse a WWW browser to read the FAQ files for the various login and passwords, then use Telnet to access.
The Scottish Web: Tartan Pages http://www.scotweb.co.uk/tp/A very comprehensive page featuring links to just about everything you'd like to know about Scotland.
Isle of Man Home Pages http://www.isle-of-man.com/index.htm/
North American Manx Association http://www.isle-of-man.com/interests/genealogy/nama/
Manx Language Documents http://www.smo.uhi.ac.uk/~kelly/
The Irish Times, Dublin http://www.irish-times.ie/Major daily newspaper with links to other Irish Resources
RTE Online Home Page http://www.rte.ie/av.htmlIreland's national radio/television network information and downloadable sound files of broadcasts in English and Gaelic, news summaries. A quick summary of news in Ireland is also available through RTE Aertel, a "teletext" service at http://www.rte.ie/aertel/index.html.
Irish Language News on the Radiohttp://www.rte.ie/audio/rams/nuacht.ram
Irish Voice Online http://www.irishvoice.com/Up to date news about Ireland and Irish-related events in the USA. New York based.
Irish News: Southern California http://www.irishnews.orgArticles from a Los Angeles based Irish American newspaper. Includes national calendar of events and international news.
An Scathan http://www.underbridge.com/scathan/Internet Edition of a popular Irish American periodical out of Pennsylvania. Wonderful effort with great design...many sections are still under construction.
An Doras: An American Journal of Gaelic Culture http://hep.uchicago.edu/~oser/bdoras.htmlWell written dual-language paper in English and Irish-Gaelic. Has a great list of links to other things Gaelic. Wonderful effort.
The Irish X-Press: http://www.adnet.ie/Adnet/xpress.htmWWW pages produced by the locked out Irish Press journalists. A bit dated now (October '95 was when it was written), but actually pretty cool!
Irish Newspapers from the Internet Public Library http://www.ipl.org/cgi-bin/reading/news.out.pl?co=Ireland
Dublin Daily Events http://www.dublinevents.com
Read Ireland http://www.readireland.ieA wonderful bookstore based in Dublin. The site features articles about Irish authors, subjects, reviews and many links.
Kennys Books and Art, Galway http://www.iol.ie/resource/kennys/One of the best bookshops in Ireland
Irish Literature on the Web http://www.local.ie/culture/literature/The ultimate Irish literature site with history, information about authors and links to further information, by Local Ireland.
Music & Dance
Ceolas Celtic Music Archive http://www.ceolas.org/ceolas.htmlArtists Information, Tour Schedules, Discographies, links to major artist home pages, Celtic music publications, etc. also some Music Archives. Celtic musicians wishing to have their schedules published in the monthly Ceolas calendar should e-mail the information to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Comhaltas Ceoltoiri Eireann
An organization of traditional Irish musicians.
A page based in America:
Irish World Music Centre http://www.ul.ie/~iwmcAt the University of Limerick.
The Harp Page http://www.tns.lcs.mit.edu/harpFolk and orchestra harp resources.
Trad@Harp http://www.mayo-ireland.ie/harp.htmWonderful traditional Irish harp resource.
Clannad WWW Homepage http://www.empire.net/~whatmoug/clanhome.htm
The Bodhran Players Home Page http://www.ceolas.org/instruments/bodhran/A complete guide to the dreaded instrument.
Turlough O'Carolan (1670-1738)
Lovely peaceful all instrumental Celtic Harp with fiddle, oboe, tin whistle and guitar. Traditional Irish airs including "She Moves Through the Fair", "Wild Mountain Thyme", the "Wild Geese" and many more.
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