Founded in 1891, the Cork Historical & Archaeological Society is one of the oldest local interest societies in Ireland.
CHAS has published a CHAS journal every year since its foundation as well as a full index of the journal. The society also runs a series of events including winter lectures and summer outings. In this way, the study and record of history and archaeology of Cork is fully served by the voluntary efforts of CHAS members.
- The King of All Balloons in Cork
- Using technology with purpose
- Ogham in 3D – 21st century stones!
- CHAS celebrates 125 years!
- Jim Herlihy’s lecture about the RIC
Annual General Meeting
This meeting will be held at the Crawford Art Gallery on 22 March 2017 at 8pm. All members are invited to attend. The formal business meeting will be followed by photos of the year’s events.
Subscribe and come along to our lectures, outings, Christmas lunch and receive a copy of our prestigious journal. Give a membership subscription as a gift: application, complete it and return to the Hon. Treasurer (information on the form).
2017 Application for Membership form
Subscriptions for 2017 are now due:
Family €40 (journal will be sent to first named person at same address as the other family members)
The latest Journal 2016 (Volume 121) is now available.
Become a member to receive the Journal – download a subscription form to join.
JCHAS: volumes sought
As the Digital JCHAS project proceeds it has been found that the Society’s set of Journals is not complete. So that the Society will have a full historic set of back issues, the following volumes are sought for donation:
1898 – Vol. 4, No. 38, April-June
1905 – Vol. 11, No. 66,April-June
1905 – Vol. 11, No. 67, July–September
1913 – Vol. 19, No. 97, January-March
1921 – Vol. 27, Nos 125-126, Jan-Jun and Jul-Dec (whole year) – this has been kindly donated by one of our members!
1932 – Vol. 37, No. 146 Jul-Dec
1936 – Vol. 41, No. 153 Jul-Dec
If anyone wishes to donate volumes, please use the contact form to make arrangements. All donations will be acknowledged.
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