Ask your teachers and local historians for:
Research the local newspapers and other publications for:
A directory of sources for women's history in Ireland is a very useful website listing primary sources for the history of women in Ireland. It contains information and descriptions of over 14,000 collections and 262 repositories. It is also available on CD ROM
Women's suffrage campaigns in Ireland and England were interlinked in many ways. Refer to Internet sites such as Spartacus: Emancipation of Women 1750-1920 and BBC: Women's history for further information on the campaigns in England.
Use the website Genesis to research the history of women more comprehensively.
The Field Day anthology of Irish writing, Vols. IV & V: Irish women's writing and traditions is a comprehensive collection of texts written and spoken by and about women from the very earliest manuscripts down to the present day. It contains a wealth of primary sources and with scholarly introductions on the one hand and detailed notes on the other hand, is approachable by all.
Field Day anthology of Irish writing, Vols. IV & V: Irish women's writing and traditions, Cork, 2002.
Publish and/or exhibit your findings.
Some of the information you find may be very important or it may be interesting or colourful but if you do not publish it in some way, it may be lost for ever, so do consider a publication, an exhibition or a performance.