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We just received a Celtic site award from Nancy Monaghan and very pleased about it. In Nancy's own words. "This award is not given lightly. As an Irish-American educator and author, presenting information about my Celtic heritage is very important to me. I only bestow this award on the very best Celtic sites on the 'Net that present the Celtic culture in an informative, entertaining and educational context." Thank you Nancy!

A friend (Pat Friend!) nominated us for this award from ALLInfoAbout. A pleasant surprise indeed.


We're proud to have received many awards, but none of them compare to this one. Many, many thanks to all of you who took the time to cast your vote and gave us the right to call Irish Culture and Customs the best non-fiction publication for 2002.
We're still in a state of shock.



For the third straight year , we are very proud to announce that the International Association of Webmasters and Designers has given Irish Culture and Customs their Golden Web Award for 2003-2004


International Association of Webmasters and Designers has given Irish Culture and Customs their Golden Web Award for 2002-2003.


International Association of Webmasters and Designers has given Irish Culture and Customs their Golden Web Award for 2001-2002.

 

Wed, Apr 6, 2016

The 'Harp' Flag

This was the unofficial national flag of Ireland from 1798 until the early years of the 20th century. Since the 16th century, the gold harp had been on a blue field, but the United Irishmen changed the colour to green.
The Green Flag was widely carried during the rebellion of 1798 - often with the motto of the United Irishmen, 'Éire go Brágh' - Ireland Forever - included below the harp.
The banner quickly won popular acceptance and it was used by the followers of Daniel O'Connell, by most of the Fenians, and by the supporters of Home Rule from the time of Parnell until the collapse of the Irish Parliamentary Party in 1918.



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Glorious Gardens of Ireland
by Melanie Eclare

A magnificent pictorial tribute to the splendor of Irish gardens, featuring more than 200 color images.
Eclare ushers readers into spectacular Irish garden settings...
Equally captivating are the book's gorgeous photographs of plants, beautiful stonework, outstanding statuary, and the voluptuous floral compositions that adorn Ireland's great castle estates, rural herb growers, country guest houses, and quaint cottages.
Alice Joyce
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