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    Website collects Irish-American stories

    By Noreen Bowden | March 6, 2008

    The stories of Irish-Americans are being collected online in an innovative project set up by a Dublin man who formerly lived in New York.

    Brian Reynolds says he set up to preserve the experiences of the last 150 years of Irish emigration to America.  He told the Irish Voice that it was when he was living in New York that he first began to appreciate the power of stories among the Irish-Americans there.

    He is welcoming stories about any aspect of the Irish-American experience – and will accept stories by post, so the project is not confined to those who can use the Internet.

    Visit the website at

     See the story in the Irish Voice.

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