The Women's Museum of Ireland
An online museum launched in March 2013, documenting the role played by women in Irish history, social history, media, politics and popular culture. The museum will eventually move into a pop-up physical space in the Spring.

For a few short days in May 1798, the fate of the Rebellion lay in the hands of Mary Moore as she sought shelter for Lord Edward Fitzgerald. Mary was born around 1775-6, in Dublin, to ironmonger James Moore and his wife, who owned the Yellow Lion Inn on Thomas Street. Mary and her father were both members of the United Irishmen. Read more at womensmuseumofireland.ie

For a few short days in May 1798, the fate of the Rebellion lay in the hands of Mary Moore as she sought shelter for Lord Edward Fitzgerald. Mary was born around 1775-6, in Dublin, to ironmonger James Moore and his wife, who owned the Yellow Lion Inn on Thomas Street. Mary and her father were both members of the United Irishmen. Read more at womensmuseumofireland.ie

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