Irish Migration Studies in South America

Irish Argentine Historical Society
Cumann Staire na nÉireannach san Airgintín

Azcuénaga, in San Andrés de Giles, was founded in 1885 by
John Cunningham (b1824), an immigrant from Co. Westmeath.
At the end of 1887, Fr Bernard Feeney, CP, founded in Azcuénaga
St. Bridget's training school. Aided by his 25 students, Feeney launched there the weekly publication The Irish Argentine.
The Children of the Diaspora:
Irish Schools and Educators in Argentina, 1850-1950
by María José Roger).

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