1795 The 'Loyal Orange Order' was founded after a Protestant victory at the Battle of the Diamond in Ulster 1847 The potato famine killed hundreds of thousands of people in Ireland 1900 During the 19th and early 20th centuries Irish soldiers formed a significant proportion of the British army 1997 The Commission of Racial Equality published the first major study of Irish immigration and experiences of prejudice in England 1807 The Hibernian school, Liverpool opened to teach children of 'Poor Irish' parents, showing the community's growing size and confidence 1850 Emigration by ship in the 19th Century was often dangeous; the sinking of the 'Royal Adelaide' was one notable disaster 1969 Protestors demanded civil rights for Ulster's Catholic minority - inequality in the province was a major issue 1795 The 'Loyal Orange Order' was founded after a Protestant victory at the Battle of the Diamond in Ulster 1807 The Hibernian school, Liverpool opened to teach children of 'Poor Irish' parents, showing the community's growing size and confidence 1847 The potato famine killed hundreds of thousands of people in Ireland 1850 Emigration by ship in the 19th Century was often dangeous; the sinking of the 'Royal Adelaide' was one notable disaster 1900 During the 19th and early 20th centuries Irish soldiers formed a significant proportion of the British army 1969 Protestors demanded civil rights for Ulster's Catholic minority - inequality in the province was a major issue 1997 The Commission of Racial Equality published the first major study of Irish immigration and experiences of prejudice in England 1795 The 'Loyal Orange Order' was founded after a Protestant victory at the Battle of the Diamond in Ulster 1847 The potato famine killed hundreds of thousands of people in Ireland 1900 During the 19th and early 20th centuries Irish soldiers formed a significant proportion of the British army 1997 The Commission of Racial Equality published the first major study of Irish immigration and experiences of prejudice in England 1969 Protestors demanded civil rights for Ulster's Catholic minority - inequality in the province was a major issue 1850 Emigration by ship in the 19th Century was often dangeous; the sinking of the 'Royal Adelaide' was one notable disaster 1807 The Hibernian school, Liverpool opened to teach children of 'Poor Irish' parents, showing the community's growing size and confidence

DATE EVENT
1795 The 'Loyal Orange Order' was founded after a Protestant victory at the Battle of the Diamond in Ulster
1807 The Hibernian school, Liverpool opened to teach children of 'Poor Irish' parents, showing the community's growing size and confidence
1847 The potato famine killed hundreds of thousands of people in Ireland
1850 Emigration by ship in the 19th Century was often dangeous; the sinking of the 'Royal Adelaide' was one notable disaster
1900 During the 19th and early 20th centuries Irish soldiers formed a significant proportion of the British army
1969 Protestors demanded civil rights for Ulster's Catholic minority - inequality in the province was a major issue
1997 The Commission of Racial Equality published the first major study of Irish immigration and experiences of prejudice in England