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The Irish American Tradition constitutes the most comprehensive study concerning the significant role of Irish American leaders in the United States. It focuses on the contribution of Irish American achievers to all aspects of public life since their arrival in America. The Irish Diaspora has gradually taken root in all key sectors of our society. The history of the Irish is plagued with many harsh difficulties and challenges - English imperialism; legal and religious discrimination; political and religious hardships; and of course, the Great Potato Famine. These hardships pushed millions of Irish people to seek refuge throughout the world. These Irish immigrants and their descendants have since had an outstanding impact on the economic, political, social and cultural landscapes of the world. In the U.S. alone, forty million Americans can claim Irish ancestry!
According to Connecticut businessman, Carl Shanahan, Chairman of The Irish American Museum of Washington, D.C., “The History of Ireland is the History of America.” The Irish American Tradition is meant to focus on the achievements of outstanding Irish American leaders on local, regional, national and international scales. They have left a mark on almost all fields of human achievement: explorer (McLoughlin), inventors (Fulton, Morse, Gamble, Stewart, Holland), patriots and pioneers (Tracey, Montgomery, Barry, Decatur, MacDonough, Fitzsimons), religious figures (Carroll, McElroy, Hughes, Gibbons, Ireland, Williams, O’Connell, McGivney, Riordan, Spellman, Dolan), statesmen (Carroll, Hancock, Houston, Grace, Phelan, Wilson, Fitzgerald, Curley, Kennedy), international diplomat and peacemaker (DeChastelain), manufacturing (Daly, Mullen, Queeny, Ford, McCormick, Procter & Gamble, Grace, Watson, Ryan, Farrell, Lougheed, Galvin, McKnight, Getty, McClelland, Keough, Welch), business (Casey, McHugh, Walsh, O’Neil, Kelly, Kenny, Flood), banking (Mellon), insurance (Corroon), scientific learning (Massachusetts Institute of Technology (M.I.T.), Boston College, Catholic University of America, Fordham, Carnegie- Mellon, Georgetown, John Carroll, St. Thomas, Loyola), media (O’Connor, Hearst, Medill, McCormick, McGraw, Murphy), the arts (Copley, Crawford), history (O’Callagahan), entertainment (Disney), heritage (Burns, O’Neill, Kinealy), philanthropy (Brennan Glucksman, Feeney, Quinlan) and music (John McCormack, Sir Paul McCartney, The Irish Tenors, John McDermott, The Celtic Tenors, Father Ray Kelly, Cathy Maguire).
The aforementioned leaders and many others are also involved with major Irish events (St. Patrick’s Day Parades), organizations (The Charitable Irish Society, The Ancient Order of Hibernians, The Eire Society of Boston, The American Ireland Fund, The American Irish Historical Society, The Irish American Heritage Center, The John J. Burns Library, Boston College, The Irish Cultural Center and Learning Foundation/The McClelland Irish Library, Phoenix, The United Irish Cultural Center of San Francisco, The Irish American Cultural Institute), museums (The Irish American Museum, The Great Hunger Institute), media (Irish America Magazine, Irish Central) and awards (The Order of St. Patrick, The Irish America Hall of Fame).
The Irish American Tradition - 4th Edition
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