The main purpose of this site is to operate as a resource tool for those interested in the Irish experience of the American Civil War. To that end a new page has been created where the battle reports of wholly and partly Irish units will be added over the coming months. It will be consistently updated, so be sure to check back regularly to see whats new on the page. To start with there are 25 reports relating to the 10th Ohio, 35th Indiana, 69th New York, 88th New York and 5th Confederate. If you are interested check out the After Action Reports page, and select the regiment and then the battle you want to view.
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Author:Damian ShielsI am an archaeologist based in Ireland, specialising in conflict archaeology.
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