Bibliography for the Irish

The following items are housed at the J.M. Longyear Research Library.

Ancient Order of Hibernians. Ancient Order of Hibernians Materials

Call Number: Archives (See General Index P. 46)

Abstract: Meeting Minutes, Account Ledgers, and Secretary Reports from the Ladies Auxiliary Ancient Order of Hibernians Division 3 of Marquette.

Perron, Wes. The Irish Side Of It

Call Number: Harlow’s Wooden Man Vol. 7 #3

Abstract: Article about John O'Neill and his wife Helena Oakes, two Irish settlers who came to Marquette in 1855.

Rajner, Rick. The Irish in Michigan’s Iron Industry During the Later Nineteenth Century

Call Number: Manuscript Case

Abstract: This manuscript contains a history of Irish immigrants in the Upper Peninsula, why the Irish came to the Upper Peninsula and how they made a living here.

Voelker, John; Rankin, Ernest. What Happened To The Irish; Dennis Hogan

Call Number: Harlow’s Wooden Man Vol. 9 #2

Abstract: In the first article Mr. Voelker discusses various aspects of Irishmen in Marquette during his early days. The second article talks about Dennis Hogan, a police officer in Marquette during the early 1900s.