It's taken some doing, but Annie Moore (the true one) is finally reclaiming her place in history. Here you'll find links to a number of articles and other resources about her. You may also be interested in watching some of these videos about Annie.
Annie Moore and her brothers Philip and Anthony arriving at Ellis Island
December 31, 2013 - Huffington Post - "They Say It's Your Birthday -- But It's Not" by Megan Smolenyak
December 29, 2011 - Huffington Post - "120 Years Ago: Ellis Island Opens Doors and Welcomes Annie Moore of Ireland" by Megan Smolenyak
August 25, 2010 - Huffington Post - "Roots Travel in Ireland" by Megan Smolenyak
August 20, 2010 - Posterous - "More Photos from my Annie Moore Day in Cork" by Megan Smolenyak
August 18, 2010 - Posterous - "Walking in Annie Moore's Footsteps in Cork" by Megan Smolenyak
March 9, 2010 - The Huffington Post - "This Is Annie Moore at Ellis Island: $1,000 If You Can Prove Me Wrong" by Megan Smolenyak
February 2, 2010 - The Huffington Post - "Historical Photo? Is this Annie Moore Arriving at Ellis Island?" by Megan Smolenyak
December 29, 2009 - The Huffington Post - "Photos of Annie Moore, First Ellis Island Immigrant: Help Solve a History Mystery" Now we know what Annie looked like, but there might be more to see" by Megan Smolenyak
December 3, 2009 - The Huffington Post - "Getting History Wrong: How did we get our history so wrong so fast?" by Megan Smolenyak
Monday, July 17, 2006 - Blogger.com - "$1,000 Reward for Ellis Island's Little Orphan Annie" The contest that launched the hunt for the real Annie" by Megan Smolenyak
February/March 2013 - Irish America - "Calling Up the Ancestors: Genealogist Megan Smolenyak" by Sheila Langan
Read this article in Irish America's online Digital Edition [Pages 52-54]
March 15, 2012 - The New York Times - "Discovering a New Photo, Perhaps, of Ellis Island's Annie" by Sam Roberts
August 10, 2010 - Irish Examiner - "Annie Moore genealogist at emigrant's Shandon birthplace for first time"
Wrong Annie Moore Photo Album - This is a series of images showing evidence that the Annie Moore whose story was once featured at Ellis Island (and in a number of books and elsewhere) was the wrong one. I launched a contest to find the family of the real Annie Moore, so naturally some folks asked for proof that the "known" Annie Moore was the wrong one.
If you click here, you'll find additional background information, including the story behind this quest for the true Annie Moore.