The Establishment of the Irish Community in St. Paul 1860-1914
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The Establishment of the Irish Community in Minnesota. This course offers a survey of the unique and important role played by Irish people (both Catholics and Protestants) in the founding of Minnesota, 1850-1920. The relationship of the Irish to other immigrant groups, including the “Yankee” establishment, and the disproportionate influence of the Irish in early Minnesota history will be emphasized.
6 sessions. Monday 6:30-8:00 p.m. Sept 23, 30, Oct 7, 14, 21, 28. Class fee: $120 at the door on Sept. 23; $108 if you email the instructor to pre-register. Online payment above reflects the discounted rate; we ask that you still email to confirm.
- Registration: Please email the instructor, John Davenport at email@example.com
- Next semester we will introduce a simple registration form, which will streamline the administration of Irish College classes.
- Payment: Pay online above or bring a check made out to Celtic Junction Arts Center to the first class.