Cultural Connections in Northern Ireland

The following list of cultural connections is in the greater Northern Ireland area. Other areas of interest: Cultural Connections in Scotland Cultural Connections in inner London and Outside London Cultural Connections in Wales   Ulysses S. Grant Ancestral Homestead U.S. President and Civil War General Ulysses S. Grant’s ancestors’ lived in this cottage. The cottage has been restored to include a Civil War exhibit about President Grant. ...
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Young Leaders UK (YLUK)

We invite you to join YLUK; a network that connects Britain’s rising leaders, aged 18-30, with the United States, the American people and with one another. When you join YLUK you will have the opportunity to engage with senior members of the Mission, as well as with people of influence from a range of sectors ...
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Cultural Connections in Wales

Other Online Resources Cadw : Days Out in Wales North American Association for the Study of Welsh Culture and History Swansea University Milne Collection   (one of the largest collections of literature on the American Civil War in the UK) Swansea University Texas Partnership (ongoing collaboration & partnership with several universities in Texas) Wales and the USA Wales International  Welsh and Successful in North America Today (PDF, 24 pages) Wikipedia list of Welsh Americans Cultural Connections Some notable cultural connections in Wales are as follows.  If you think we’ve missed one, please get in touch !   Dolwyddelan Castle This castle ...
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Remembrance Sunday 2016

Remembrance Sunday Remarks, 2016 Lew Lukens, Deputy Chief of Mission Brookwood American Cemetery and Memorial November 13, 2016   DCM LUKENS: Lord Lieutenant, Mr. Mayor. Distinguished veterans and members of the armed services. Your families. British friends. Fellow Americans. “Progress is not inevitable.” “It requires struggle and perseverance and discipline and faith.” President Obama spoke ...
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