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By Megan Gillin-Schwartz Acclaimed journalist and documentary filmmaker Karen F. McCarthy’s non-fiction debut The Other Irish: The Scots-Irish Rascals Who Made America (Sterling Publishing, 2011) chronicles the strong, yet under-noted Scots-Irish influence on the shaping of the American character. Her… Continue Reading →

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Entrance to the Castle Caldwell estate © D Gore

Castle Caldwell, on the shore of Lower Lough Erne near Belleek, is now a ruin http://www.castles.nl/eur/ie/cw/cw.html . It was built by the Blennerhassett family in about 1612 and some sixty years later was purchased by James... more