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The ancient order of hibernians in COlumbia south Carolina

The Ancient Order of Hibernians (AOH)
ST. COLUMBA DIVISION

Richland County, Columbia, South Carolina

 


Events

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Becoming a Member

AOH - National Web site

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AOH in Charleston

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AOH in Myrtle Beach, SC

AOH in Mecklenburg,NC

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Ladies AOH - National Web site

About the Ancient Order of Hibernian

The Origins of the AOH

AOH Links @ aoh.com


All AOH division websites

Rince na h'Eireann School of Irish Dance

Rince na h'Eireann School of Irish Dance

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Irish Culture and Customs

National Archives of Ireland

 


Who was St. Patrick?

Delaney's Five Points

Delaney's Music Pub

Irish Culture
Irish Culture on the Web

 

 

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AOH Columbia, SC
 

-Tuesday April 21st, 10 AM. St. Pat's in Five Points Charitable Donations Event. Takes place at Five Points fountain, Harden Street, near Saluda Ave.

-April 23rd. Monthly business meeting. Knights of Columbus Hall, 1623 Marion St., Columbia. Doors open at 6 PM.

-Saturday May 23rd, 11 AM., Quarterly meeting of the SC AOH State Board. Knights of Columbus Hall, 1623 Blanding St., Columbia.

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Irish-American Ceili with Rince na h'Eireann dancers from Alan Geoghegan on Vimeo.


"The Way Home" The Ancient Order of Hibernians in America
Produced by Raphe Jones, narrated by Finnbarr Dunphy & edited/Alan Geoghegan

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Top ten Irish phrases and their meanings - from "Eirin go bragh" to "Cead Mile Failte"

Pilgrimage to Ireland - Catholic Focus (You tube link)

Reasons for Learning: An Gorta Mor – The Great Hunger (video link)

Dedication of the Irish Park in Charleston, SC, June 10. 2013 (article)

My Debt to Ireland By JOHN JEREMIAH SULLIVAN, New York Times Article

Pound for pound, a winner: Sport in Ireland, 1600-1840 (book review, Four Courts Press)

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St Pats in Five Points

St. Pat's in Five Points & Parade

This is a list of notable buildings of the Ancient Order of Hibernians,
some are documented in the National Register of Historic Places.


"Go raibh maith agat" thank you!

Questions? e-mail our President Troy McNall

Site design & maintenance by Alan C. Geoghegan

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