CHICAGOS IRISH LEGION THE 90TH ILLINOIS VOLUNTEERS IN THE CIVIL WAR

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Chicago S Irish Legion

Author : James B. Swan
ISBN : 0809328909
Genre : History
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A detailed account of the history of the 90th Illinois Infantry Regiment, known as the "Chicago Irish Regiment", the only Irish regiment in Major General William Tecumseh Sherman's XV Army Corps, and its pivotal role in the Western Theater of the Civil War. It gives a glimpse into the trials and triumphs of ethnic soldiers during the war.
Category: History

Fighting Irish In The American Civil War And The Invasion Of Mexico

Author : Arthur Mitchell
ISBN : 9781476664804
Genre : History
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"As mid-19th century America erupted in violence with the invasion of Mexico and the outbreak of the Civil War, Irish immigrants joined in large numbers on both sides. History has honored the valor of many. This collection of essays examines the involvement of Irish men and women in American military life from 1840 to 1865"--
Category: History

The Story Of Camp Douglas Chicago S Forgotten Civil War Prison

Author : David L. Keller
ISBN : 9781625854445
Genre : History
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More Confederate soldiers died in Chicago's Camp Douglas than on any Civil War battlefield. Originally constructed in 1861 to train forty thousand Union soldiers from the northern third of Illinois, it was converted to a prison camp in 1862. Nearly thirty thousand Confederate prisoners were housed there until it was shut down in 1865. Today, the history of the camp ranges from unknown to deeply misunderstood. David Keller offers a modern perspective of Camp Douglas and a key piece of scholarship in reckoning with the legacy of other military prisons.
Category: History

The Catholic Encyclopedia

Author : Charles George Herbermann
ISBN : STANFORD:36105026032909
Genre : Theology
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Category: Theology