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These are collections with extensive content, covering dozens of topics related Irish history. We recommend trying each of these to see if they are relevant to your research.
In our very own special collections library (Burns), you'll find an impressive array of material on Irish History. It's one of BC's areas of focus. If you're studying the topic it's well worth the trip to hold that history in your hands.
To do so, you should start by searching for material through BC Libraries' catalog and then ordering it (if you haven't registered, you'll be prompted). For a guide on the process, check out the "Finding Burns Material" page.
For more Burns resources on specific topics, check the Burns Blog for posts on The 1798 rebellion, The Act of Union 1800, Catholic Emancipation, and The Irish Famine (An Gorta Mór).
For other Legal History Resources for British History, visit BC Libraries' British History Research Guide.
For more on accessing Irish literature, visit BC Libraries' Irish Literature and Language resource guide.