Eneclann is an award-winning Trinity College Campus Company based in Dublin, Ireland. Founded in 1998 the company offers a range of history and heritage services through its three divisions: publications and digitisation, historical and genealogical research, and archives and records management.
Irish History Online is an authoritative guide (in progress) to what has been written about Irish history from earliest times to the present. Irish History Online includes articles from journals, both national and local history journals, and collective volumes.
The most authentic source for Irish genealogy information online, featuring Griffith's Primary Valuation of Ireland records and maps, as well as the one-of-a-kind Irish Wills Index (1484-1858), the 1851 Dublin City Census, Irish Royal Garrison Artillery Records, and a library of rare and vintage photos, maps and books.
Marsh's Library, built in 1701 by Archbishop Narcissus Marsh (1638-1713), was the first public library in Ireland. There are four main collections, consisting of 25,000 books relating to the 16th, 17th and the early part of the 18th centuries.
The National Archives holds the records of the modern Irish state which document its historical evolution and the creation of its national identity. The National Archives also holds a wide variety of records, many of which are relevant to Irish genealogy and local history.
The National Archives is the UK government's official archive, containing almost 1,000 years of history, with records ranging from parchment and paper scrolls through to digital files and archived websites.
The National Library of Ireland's collections constitute the most comprehensive collection of Irish documentary material in the world and offer an invaluable representation of Ireland's history and heritage. Materials held in the National Library include books, periodicals, newspapers, offical publications, maps, music, manuscripts, photographs, prints & drawings and ephemera.
PRONI is the official archive for Northern Ireland. It aims to identify and preserve records of historical, social and cultural importance and make them available for the information, education and enjoyment of the public.
The RIA collection of c.2,000 manuscripts includes the largest corpus of Irish language manuscripts in a single repository, the oldest surviving Irish manuscript, the Cathach, or Psalter of St. Columba, and other important early texts. The manuscript collections encompass a wide range of fields including genealogy, history, literature, hagiography, early Irish law, natural history.
Trinity College Library is the largest library in Ireland. Its collections of manuscripts and printed books have been built up since the end of the sixteenth century. Since 1801 the Library has had the right to claim all British and Irish publications under the terms of successive Copyright Acts.