Irish Diaspora Studies in Argentina

Stream near Maguire railway station (Pergamino, Buenos Aires). In the 1920s, some of the landowners in this area included Geoghegan, Maguire, Daly, Beyrne, MacAllister, Scally, MacMahon, Murray, O'Farrell, Browne, Quinn, O'Riordon, and other Irish families.
(Edelberg 1922 cadastral maps of Pergamino and Bartolomé Mitre)


- The Irish Immigrants and Education, by María José Roger, MA History Thesis (Review)

- You May Die in Ireland, by Michael J. Geragthy (Full Story)

- The Irish Road to Argentina: Nineteenth-Century Travel Patterns from Ireland to the River Plate, by E. Murray (Full Story)

- The Irish Diaspora in Argentina, by Laura Izarra in: British Association for Irish Studies, Bulletin 32 (Review) 

Introduction  The Origins  The Journey The Settlement The Culture/s
- About this Web Site
- Bibliography
- Longford-Westmeath Argentina Society
- Wexford Links in Argentina: John James Murphy
- Admiral Brown Memorial Park
- Irish Road to Argentina
- Passenger Lists 1822-1889
- The William Peele
- The City of Dresden
- Irish-Argentine Toponymy
- From the Irish Gauchos
- The Camps (Sábato & Korol)
- Catalina Street in San Martín
- Representations and Voices
- Shared Values
- The Southern Cross

Please feel free to write if you have a question or wish to suggest changes. Thank you.
Edmundo Murray © 2003. Last Update: April, 2003