CURRENT ISSUE:  OCTOBER 2023

Cleveland Hibernians Eastside Bluestone and Deifiúr Divisions May News & Events

Eastside Hibernians

Join us – we are Bluestone Division, an Ancient Order of Hibernians (aoh.com) OH chapter founded 9/17/2013 and Deiriúr Of Charity, a Ladies Ancient Order of Hibernians Division (ladiesaoh.com) founded in 3/21/20222022, with a rich history rooted in Irish volunteerism, labor and heritage. New members wanting to make a difference in our communities are welcome –

Cleveland Hibernians Bluestone Division January BIG Events

Bluestone Hibernians

Join us in celebrating the 10th Anniversary of Bluestone Division, an AOH chapter with a rich history rooted in Irish labor and heritage. Named after Euclid Bluestone, this thriving community pays tribute to the Irish laborers who shaped the region.

Cleveland Irish: Bluestone Hibernians November

Join us in celebrating the 10th Anniversary of Bluestone Division, an AOH chapter with a rich history rooted in Irish labor and heritage. Named after Euclid Bluestone, this thriving community pays tribute to the Irish laborers who shaped the region.

Cleveland Irish: Where Did O-H-I-O Come From?

Francis McGarry delves into the historical narrative of Ohio, connecting it to global conflicts and economic forces. It highlights the impact of the Beaver Wars, the introduction of corn, and the role of Native American groups in shaping the region. McGarry also touches on Irish trade in Ohio and the presence of the Irish in colonial America.

Cleveland Irish: Bluestone Hibernians October

Join us in celebrating the 10th Anniversary of Bluestone Division, an AOH chapter with a rich history rooted in Irish labor and heritage. Named after Euclid Bluestone, this thriving community pays tribute to the Irish laborers who shaped the region.

Cleveland Irish: Bluestone Hibernians

Join us in celebrating the 10th Anniversary of Bluestone Division, an AOH chapter with a rich history rooted in Irish labor and heritage. Named after Euclid Bluestone, this thriving community pays tribute to the Irish laborers who shaped the region.

Cleveland Irish: The War of 1812 and the Irish

By Francis McGarry Moses Cleaveland never came back to Cleveland. We have discussed those who were here before that Moses and those first settlers of the Western Reserve in previous […]