Scrolling down its front page brings you to various topics ogf interest to the family historian, in its Explore Collections section:
- Decade of Centenaries
- Our Genealogy Website
- Chief Secretary’s Office Registered Papers, 1818-1922
- Anglo-Irish Treaty, 1921
The new site has a much needed, more modern feel to it, and should translate well for tablet and phone access.
Its greatest weakness, however, remains its online catalogue. Once that receives a bit more love and attention - and considerably more catalogued information! - the latest Irish revolution will be complete!
PS: Keep an eye out for some changes to the PRONI website in the north over the next few months, with access to certain collections being rearranged within the platform at www.nidirect.gov.uk/proni
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