19th Century Irish Immigration and the Revolution

    At the Merchant’s House Museum

    Illustrated Talk

    The NEW New York: 19th Century Irish Immigration and the Revolution

    Tuesday, March 19, 6:30 pm

    This talk by author Dermot McEvoy will look at archbishops, saints-in-waiting, gangsters, rogues, jesters and other colorful characters. There will be a special emphasis on “Fenian New York,” a refuge for Irish revolutionaries since the failed Rising of 1867. FREE. Click here for reservations. This event is fully accessible.

    NOTE LOCATION: 6th Street Community Center, 638 East 6th Street
    Presented in partnership with the Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation.