The ship The Mayflower arrived at Cape Cod, America, on this day 19th November 1620. Its 87 passengers were a Protestant sect, known as The Pilgrim Fathers,(Mayflower Collage: departs from Southampton, England on its travel to North America)
Eddie Carmody Commemoration 19th November 2011 "I am proud that I'm dying a soldier of the Irish Republic. I never expected this would be my fate, but welcome be the will of God" - from the last letter of Captain James McEnery IRA, executed in Tralee, 25th April 1923
The bible of Roger Casement, currently on loan to the Museum from the Kelly family. This along with many other artefacts never before seen by the public can be viewed in our Volunteers Exhibition in the Museum’s Prospect Gallery. Marking the foundation of The Irish Citizens Army (19th, November 1913) and the Irish Volunteers (25th November, 1913) Open daily.
19th November Rota Fortunae by Jordan Hodgson, Architect & Designer Rota Fortunae is a concept in medieval and ancient philosophy referring to the capricious nature of Fate. The reference of the wheel and action is inspired by the previous posts movement and the idea that ones fate being potentially a gamble. Changing the positions of those on the wheel, some suffer great misfortune, others gain windfalls. #gif #15folds