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George Waldron
Vice President:
Vincent McMahon
Patricia Heslin
Mary McMahon
Financial Sec.:
Joan Murphy
Shanachie Editor:
Neil Hogan

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***Our 2013 CTIAHS Officers***
Standing - Mary mcMahon, Joan Murphy
Seated - Vincent McMahon, George Waldron, Patricia Heslin

2013 CTIAHS Officers

Note - Visit our 'Newsletter' page for constant updates to Irish stories.

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The following lists represent a ready reference
on what may be seen on our various pages, by Category.
Click the corresponding category on the left navigation bar
for full details on these listings.


Book Signing by Christine Kinealy
Thimble Island Cruise
Book for sale on Irish heros buried in local cemeteries
NH Register article on our involvement in Irish Projects
Traditional Ethnic Celebration
2013 Dues are due
IHRT Schedule of Talks
Sacred Heart University - Dingle, County Kerry Campus
Latest Shanachie


CTIAHS Board meeting photo
2012 Parade photos

Pat Heslin Heritage Award
Flag Raising 2012
Our Lady of the Cenacle Monastery fundraiser
Parade 2013 photos
Mike McCann and David O' Sullivan talk on Soup Kitchen
Famine dedication photos
St. Bernard Commemoration - Oct 2011

Tom Slater write-up and Bench Dedication photos
AOH Thimble Island August 2012 Cruise
Genealogy Workshop Clip
CT. 2011 Irish Festival
Parade and Mass Photos 2012
Ct. 9th Regiment Volunteers Dedication - Nov. 2011
Vicksburgh Monument
Origin of the Irish Blackthorn


Latest shanachie
Photo of  planning a meeting
Sacred Heart University Flier
Article by AOH National President Seamus Boyle
History of 100 anniversary of the Hull Brewing Co.
Stories from our members.

CTIAHS Email Address          "ctiahs@gmail.com"

The Connecticut Irish-American Historical Society was founded in 1988 as a non-profit organization to research, preserve and publicize the history of Connecticut's Irish people. We currently have over 300 members, some involved primarily in genealogy, others concerned with the broader aspects of the lives and times of our state's Irish people, but all dedicated to the work of keeping alive our history and traditions.
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Our Organization is partnered with four other societies that form The Ethnic Heritage Center, a group dedicated to collecting and preserving our histories and celebrating our culture.

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