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Poteen

Poteen is the name of homemade whiskey in Ireland. LIKE AND FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK “CONWAY MILL TRUST”

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The Irish Daisy

The dandelion is commonly called “the Irish daisy.” LIKE AND FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK!

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The most common surname in Ireland is “Murphy.”

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Keeping in Touch

Conway Mill Trust Inc.Doors of HopeP. O. Box 101529Pittsburgh, PA 15237(412) 403-5171www.conwaymilltrust.orgtrustees@conwaymilltrust.org Dear Friends,I hope that this letter finds you and your families well. In these uncertain times it’s important to remind ourselves of what trulymatters – the physical and emotional well-being of ourselves and our loved ones. Due to the pandemic, the summer newsletter […]

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William Butler Yeats, George Bernard Shaw and Samuel Beckett are winners of the Noble Prize for Literature. LIKE AND FOLLOW CONWAY MILL TRUST ON FACEBOOK.

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The Science and Art Museum and the National Library of Ireland opened on this date. LIKE AND FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK.

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Liam O’Flaherty, a novelist whose best-known work – The Informer – a study of the life of an Irish revolutionary, was born. LIKE AND FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK!

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August 25, 1921

Irish novelist Brian Moore, best known for his novel The Lonely Passion of Judith Hearn, was born on this date.

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The Giant’s Causeway in county Antrim consists of 37,000 columns formed by cooling lava in 6000 B.C in the Mesolithic period or Middle Stone Age.

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Michael Collins was assassinated on this date in 1922 during Ireland’s civil war.

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