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Matching Articles"Benevolent Irish Society" (Total 6)
Croyances et culture, 1784-1830
Les croyances et la culture des immigrants irlandais de l'île de Terre-Neuve de 1784 à 1830.
Settlement and Society
The growth of the resident population did not greatly alter the settlement patterns already established in Newfoundland before 1815.
Benevolent Irish Society Building, St. John's, NL
About the Benevolent Irish Society Building, a Registered Heritage Structure located on 48 Queen's Road in St. John's and initially constructed between 1877 to 1880.
The Benevolent Irish Society, 1806-2000
In early 19th century Newfoundland, one of the most active and influential fraternal organizations was the Benevolent Irish Society (BIS).
Creed and Culture, 1784-1830
Creed and culture of the Irish immigrant population in Newfoundland from 1784-1830.
The Irish Christian Brothers in 19th-century Newfoundland
A lay order of religious men, the Irish Christian Brothers were recognized as a 'congregation' whose mission was to serve and educate the poor.
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