Irish in Latin America Exhibit 3rd Flr Hall


This traveling exhibition describes the complex, varied and shared history of Ireland and different countries in Latin America, connected through migrations over the centuries.

The largest flow of migrants to leave Ireland for Latin America took place in the nineteenth century, with smaller numbers arriving through the United States.

The sons and daughters of these immigrants made substantial and lasting contributions to the economic, political, social and cultural life of Latin America.

The exhibit is located in the third floor hallway on the South end of the building!