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Watch Our 3rd Irish Friday Night, Live show
It’s not your daddys Rock and Roll.

This Friday May 23rd 8 EDT, 7 CDT

All you need is a computer with a camera! click below
http://www.concertwindow.com/shows/6447-friday-night-live-at-the-irish-roots-cafe

Our third, usually on Friday night show, live video.
Last show was at Browne’s Irish Marketplace, with
Song, Dance and music.  Our dance masters in from
Boston, Michael Collier (and Nyssa Patten) kept the
crowd dancing, then Michael came in and spoke
on Irish dance in Ireland and America.

Irish Roots Cafe band 
Myself, Stevie and Megan, and Rob also rehearsed Irish
language and sean nos songs live, in preparation
for our appearances on June 21 at Browne’s,
June 14 and 15 at the Highland Games, and the
Dublin, Ohio Irish Festival Aug 1, 2, and 3.
(Be sure to say hello in person when you can.)

This Friday at the Irish Roots Cafe
This week I’ll likely stick with old style song, in the
back room of the Irish Roots Cafe! Comment live
by typing on the computer as we go if you want.
It might just be me, or band members, or a guest.
It’s all by ear at this point.

We Welcome fans of old style, sean nos, and traditional
Irish song from all over the world to join in. All you
need is a computer with a working camera. for more info
http://www.concertwindow.com/shows/6447-friday-night-live-at-the-irish-roots-cafe

Want a Remote Broadcast from your location?
Contact us for an “Irish Friday Night Live at the Irish Roots Cafe”
show broadcast worldwide from your place.

Trad and Sean Nos Singers, dancers, appear on the show
Send your sample link or song and contact information.
Until next time, remember,
Every Day is a holiday at the Irish Roots Cafe .

See you Friday.

Mike OLaughlin
mike@Irishroots.com

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The Irish Roots Cafe www.Irishroots.com
Books authored by Michael C. OLaughlin

End of Career Totals
Yes, it turns out that I am the most
published author in my field. At first
I thought it was a bit much, but then,
it didn’t say I was the best in my field,
so it wasn’t braggin, it was just true.

The Totals
I made a quick tally of the books, CDs,
podcasts, and newsletters I’ve written.
Then I added the books I have edited or
published, and YouTube videos produced.
It’s a pretty good list.

Full disclosure
In the interest of full disclosure, here
is the near complete list of my works,
substantiating the outrageous claim that
I am the most published author in my field.
Actually, I may be the only full time author
in my fied over the last 35 years..

Most all of these works are found at
www.Irishroots.com.
Some are on Amazon.com and on YouTube. The podcasts and
video podcasts are also on iTunes, as we are an iTunes provider.

The Irish Families Project. 34 book set, 1980 to 2013.
v1  The Book of Irish Families great and small. 2013.
v2  Families of County Kerry, Ireland. 2002.
v3 Families of County Clare, Ireland. 1996.
v4  Families of County Cork, Ireland.
v5  Families of County Limerick, Ireland. 2002.
v6  Families of County Galway, Ireland. 1998.
v7  Families of County Dublin, Ireland. 1999.
v8  Families of County Donegal, Ireland. 2001.
v9 Co. Antrim and Belfast Genealogy and Family History.
v10 Co. Armagh Genealogy ..  50 p.
v11  Co. Cavan and Co. Leitrim Genealogy…
v12  Co. Cork Genealogy .. 68 p.
v13 Co. Derry (Londonderry) Genealogy….
v14 Co. Down Genealogy … 50 p. $28
v15 Co. Fermanagh and Louth Genealogy…..
v16 Co. Kildare, Wicklow and Carlow….
v17  Co. Kilkenny Genealogy .. …  58 p.
v18 Kings (Offaly) and Queens (Leix, Laois) Counties. 76 p.
v19  Co. Longford Genealogy .. 46 p.
v20. Co. Mayo Genealogy ..  54 p.
v21 Co. Meath and Westmeath Genealogy.
v22 Co. Monaghan Genealogy ..  48 p.
v23 Co. Roscommon Genealogy…. . 52 p.
v24 Co. Sligo Genealogy ..   48 p.
v25 Co. Tipperary Genealogy..  76 p.
v26 Co. Tyrone Genealogy .. 54 p.
v27 Co. Waterford Genealogy …  48 p.
v28 Co. Wexford Genealogy …  52 p.
v29 Co, Kerry Genealogy..  54 p.
v30 Co. Dublin Genealogy…  52 p.
v31 Co. Limerick Genealogy.  52 p.
v32 Co. Clare Genealogy..  55 p.
v33 Co. Galway Genealogy. 58 p.
v34 Co. Donegal Genealogy. 52 p.

More books authored by OLaughlin
Missouri Irish, the original history. softbound.
Irish Song, Singers, and Sheet Music.
Irish Family History Series, 6 books on 6 families.
(OLaughlin, Donaghue, Kelly, Sullivan, Murphy, OReilly).
Geographical Guide to Ireland. 1982.
Genealogical History of the Irish Peoples. 1982.
The Complete Book for Tracing Your Irish Ancestors.1981.
The Complete Book of Irish Family Names. 1987.
The Irish Book of Arms. 1988.
Irish Settlers on the American Frontier.1985.
The Book of Irish Families Great and Small.1992
The Irish Book of Arms, in color. Hardbound.
Irish Settlers on the American Frontier.
Master (Atlas) and Book of Irish Placenames. 1994.
The Master Atlas and Book of Irish Surnames. 1993.
Irish Song, Singers and Sheet Music. 2010

Published by OLaughlin
The Annals of Ireland by the Four Masters. 1846.
A Social History of Ancient Ireland. Joyce. 2 v. set
Keatings’ ‘History of Ireland’ 3 v. set. (1856) OMahoney,
The Conquest of Ireland. The Plantation of Ulster, Rev. Hill.
vol. I The Fall of Irish Chiefs and Clans
vol. II  Names in the Land Grants.
vol. III  Londonderry Lands and Families.
vol. IV  A Special Census of Ireland.
King James’s Irish Army List. DAlton.
Irish Genealogies..from Keatings History. (1856)
Poetry and Song of Ireland.by J. Boyle OReilly,1865.
Irish Names and Surnames by Rev. P. Woulfe.(1923).
Surnames of Ireland by Kneafsey. 2002.

Published in Irish (gaeilge) and English
Tribes and Customs of Hy Many. ODonovan.(1873).
Tribes and Customs of Hy Fiachrach. ODonovan (1874)

Research Aids Published by OLaughlin
The History of the Clanna Rory in Ireland. Cronnelly.
Guide to Irish Family Research.
Irish Passengers to America.(7,400 listings)
Irish Census of 1659, surname extract.
The Birth Index of Ireland. by surname and county.
Gaelic Titles and Forms of Address.1997
Irish Knighthoods and related subjects.2002.
History of the Milesian Families of Ireland. 2002.
Guide to the Spellings of Irish Names
Mac, Mc and O names in Ireland, Scot. and U.S..
Irish Families on the California Trail. 2003.
The Scottish Macs. Names that begin with Mac, Mc., 2003.

Posters and Maps
The Ortelius Map of Ireland. (1572) 14 x 20.
Irish Coats of Arms, full color poster. 18 x 24. (1980)
Irish Family Location Map of the 4 Masters. (1846)

Periodicals, Columns
1) OLoughlins Journal of Irish Families.1990 to 2000.(ISSN 1056 0378)
2) The Irish Roots Cafe printed newsletter.
3) The Irish Roots Cafe Blog online.
4) IrishCentral.com columnist (online)
5) The Shamrock Newspaper (KC hibernian newspaper)
6) Irish Focus (KC Newspaper)

Media
Author, creator, and host of the following CDs and DVDs
1) Irish Genealogy CD, 2011.
2) History of Ireland CD, 2011.
3) Learning Irish CD, 2011.
4) Irish Song and Recitation CD, 2011.
5) Missouri Irish Audio Book on CD, 2011.
6) Irish Video Shorts DVD, 2011.
7) Return To Irish Roots DVD, 2009.
8) Irish Song Traditional and Sean Nos.CD. 2013.

Broadcasting. Author, creator and host of
The worlds first Irish Genealogy Podcast series
1) “Irish Families”, 2006 to present. over 200 episodes. iTunes.
2) The Irish Song and Recitation” Podcast series, 30 episodes.
3) “The Hedgerow History of Ireland” Podcast series.
4) “Hello Fada”, before you take an Irish class, podcast series.
5) The “Irish in America” Podcast series, 20 episodes.
6) ”Irish Video Shorts”, video podcast (History, Song Genealogy).
7) Photo enhanced ‘Irish Families’ genealogy podcast.

Videos produced for YouTube
Over 50 videos produced for YouTube, with a focus
on Genealogy, History and Song. Ireland, and Irish America.
Both Irish (gaeilge) and English songs are featured.

You be the Judge
Well, there they are, I have not counted them all, but
it is a considerable sum. Large and small. Hope they
have been helpful to many of you, and that the best of
them will continue to be, long after my day has passed

For more information consult www.Irishroots.com

About the Author
I began genealogy work before the days of the working
internet as we know it today. At my first computer
show, I typed in the word Irish or Ireland and only
several hundred returns came back. A couple months
later it seems there were many thousands, now it seems
limitless.

Today
Irish Festivals and Special Events.
I am still at it, exhibiting at Dublin, Ohio, Louisville,
Kentucky,. and even in Kansas City at Brownes on occasion.
DNA is the new keyword in genealogy and I have a users
group at familytreedna.com for that.
Too make matters worse, I am in the Irish Roots Cafe house
band, with songs in Irish and English. Released my
first album last year. The band and my displays are
available for festivals and special events.
Just got word the band has been selected to play at the K.C.
Highland Games this year. Things just keep surprising me
as we go along.. The link to our main band page is
www.gigmasters.com/Irish-Band/IrishRootsCafe

Thanks for your support over the years.
Hope to see you for a few more.

Mike OLaughlin
The Irish Roots Cafe
Box 7575
Kansas City, MO 64116
www.Irishroots.com

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