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1. Image of Titanic at /C0119483/indexf.htm from Paramount pictures, USA. Website http://www.paramount.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, December 2000. Email message.
2. Image of Rice family at /C0119483/mrice.htm from Carmel Connolly, grandniece of Margaret Rice. November 2000.
3. Letter from Delia Henry at /C0119483/delia.htm from Michael Hynes, nephew of Delia Henry. February 2001.
4. Images on Athlone map at /C0119483/athlonemap.html from Gearoid O'Brien, local historian. March 2001.
Images from Web Pages.
All images in this website were created by us, unless indicated otherwise in the "alt" tag or directly underneath the picture.
The only two exceptions to this are in:
images on this site are used by permission from the following sources.
(Only those from the U.S. National Archives are in the public domain.)
1. Fr Browne pictures, (12 images) http://www.fatherbrowne.com
2. Garth W. Wangemann, (3 images) http://www.execpc.com/~reva/mto012.htm
3. The U.S. National Archives - Public domain (3 images) http://www.nara.org
4. Spin-a-web - (1 image) http://www.spinaweb.ie
Multimedia from Web Pages.
1. All sounds used were taken from http://www.flashkit.com
2. Quiz - Website Abstraction http://www.wsabstract.com
3. Slideshow, puzzle and jigsaw - Dynamic Drive http://www.dynamicdrive.com
The Morse code translator is a Java applet which uses the gnu.regexp package. The applet is itself distributed under the GNU Public License
Publications on CD-ROM, Diskette, or Magnetic Tapes, WWW
1. “Real Titanic”, www.realtitanic.co.uk
2. “Titanica Encyclopedia”, www.encyclopedia-titanica.org
3. "The Titanic Inquiry Project". www.titanicinquiry.org.
4. " The Irish Titanic Society". homepages.iol.ie/~noelray/titanicpax/index.html.
1. “The Westmeath Independent", April 1912.
2. “The Irish Independent", April 1912.
3. “The Freemans Journal", April 1912.
4. “The Evening Herald", April 1912.
1. O'Brien, Gearoid."Athlone Tourist Trail" Athlone Chamber of Commerce.
2. Mercer, Derrick. "The Chronicle of the 20th Century", JOL international publications.
3. Egan, Frank. “Athlone’s Golden Mile, Bridging the Gap” Private publication.
4. O'Brien, Gearoid. “Athlone in old picture postcards”, European Library.
This site would not have been possible without the help of many people. In particular we would like to thank.
College for making it possible for us to do this site.
The National Library for helping us to source the 1912 Newspapers which were extremely important. Our own Athlone Library was a major help to us. Many thanks to the staff there and especially Gearoid O’Brien who supplied us with a lot of documents on old Athlone.
Carmel Connolly, the Grandniece of one of the victims, who contacted us after seeing an article about Titanic's victims that we wrote for our local papers. She supplied us with some very important images and documents. A big thanks to her for her time.
Michael Hynes, nephew of another of the victims, who helped us and gave us access to family documents.
The Irish Titanic Historical Society who provided a definitive list of Irish passengers. The society acknowledges the following as sources: Mary Broderick (IRL); Senan Molony (IRL); Andy Bielenberg (IRL); Don Lynch (USA); Sue Merna Dorn (USA); Mary Foley-Taylor, Tony Donohue (IRL), Al Ermer (USA), Geoff Whitfield (UK), John Fitzgerald (IRL); Ed Leavy (IRL); Steve Hargadon (USA); Andy Leitch (UK); Gavin C Bell (NI); Lester Mitcham (NZ); Robert Bracken (USA).
A special thanks to the students who checked the spelling on this site.
Finally without the help and supervision of our computer teacher Niall Hennessy the site would never have been completed on time.
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