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IRISH IN THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR

IRISH IN THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR

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“Through:” The Emigrant Hamiltons of Tyrone. Part 3. “Persons Exposed”

On October 15th, 1861, as the young Army of the Potomac was busy preparing for future campaigning, Brigadier General John...
November 6, 2022
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Irish American Civil War Songs: Loyalty, Identity, and Nationhood Out Now!

After what feels like a labour of love for nearly a decade, I’m delighted to see my first book on...
October 10, 2022
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Call for Civil War Bluejackets Volunteers! Climb Aboard to Help Uncover New Details of Civil War Sailors

Readers may recall that some time back we alerted you to the new Civil War Bluejackets Project, which is exploring...
September 30, 2022