Research Resources for County Louth
County Louth Ireland Genealogical Sources
An extensive collection of genealogical sources for Co Louth compiled by the late Brendan Hall. The site, which was previously hosted at www.jbhall.freeservers.com, is now maintained by the Society.
Louth County Archives, Dundalk
Website of Louth County Council’s Archive Service, whose holdings include local authority records, grand jury, and poor law commissioner records.
County Museum, Dundalk
A museum offering an extensive programme of permanent exhibitions, temporary displays, drama presentations, music recitals, lectures and film.
www.louthcoco.ie/en/services/county-museum or www.facebook.com/countymuseumdundalk
Research Resources for Ireland
JSTOR is a not-for-profit digital library which provides access to a wide range of academic journals, books and primary sources. Members of CLAHS receive complimentary access to JSTOR’s Ireland Collection, which includes online access to all but the most recent four issues of the the CLAHS Journal.
National Monuments Service
A government department concerned with the protection of Ireland’s archaeological heritage.
Website of the Heritage Council, the national statutory body charged with promoting heritage and who co-ordinate Heritage Week.
National Inventory of Architectural Heritage
The online record of the surveys of Ireland’s built and architectural heritage.
Irish History Online
Irish History Online is the national bibliography of Irish history. It is part of a European network of national historical bibliographies from fourteen countries. Irish History Online is an authoritative listing (in progress) of what has been written about Irish history from earliest times to the present.
An Irish Government supported web site providing online access to a wide range of church and civil genealogical records.
Provides access to a variety of military archival collections and research resources.
Database of Irish Excavations Reports
Site containing summary accounts of all the archaeological excavations carried out in Ireland – North and South – from 1970.
Thaddeus Breen’s Irish Archæology
The ‘original Internet guide to Irish archæology’. The site, which was established in 1995, contains a variety of information about Irish archaeology.