The website now has in excess of 700 referenced articles and resource pages, making it the largest scholarly site on the internet dealing with the Irish in the American Civil War, and one of the largest with respect to topics such as the 19th century Irish diaspora, 19th century Irish emigrants, and 19th century Irish America. To enable visitors to navigate the material more easily, every article and resource that appears on the site is now listed and accessible via this index page. The individual articles have been seperated into a series of categories under the following headings: Pages; Battles & Units; Case Studies & Analysis; Cemeteries; Discussion & Debate; Guest Posts; Letters & Documents; Microhistory; Military History (Famine Era); Military History (Other); Native Americans & African Americans; News, Multimedia & Events; Pension Files; Profiles; Resources; Social History (Famine Era); Social History (Other); Transatlantic Connections; Visualisations & Mapping; Widows in the Atlantic World; Women’s History. Some of the articles are listed under multiple categories as appropriate. To access the relevant content, simply click on the title that interests you.

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PAGES

Visualisations Page

Books Page

Medal of Honor Page

Generals Page

Brevet Generals Page

Fetterman Fight Irish Casualties Page

Regimental Losses in Union Irish Regiments Page

Letters From America: American Civil War Correspondence in Irish Papers Page

Donors to the Irish Relief Fund Page

After Action Reports Page

Regimental Nativity Page

Mapping Veterans Page

Widows in the Atlantic World Page

BATTLES & UNITS

CASE STUDIES & ANALYSIS

CEMETERIES

DISCUSSION & DEBATE

GUEST POSTS

LETTERS & DOCUMENTS

MICROHISTORY

MILITARY HISTORY (FAMINE ERA)

MILITARY HISTORY (OTHER)

NATIVE AMERICANS & AFRICAN AMERICANS

NEWS, MULTIMEDIA & EVENTS

PENSION FILES

PROFILES

RESOURCES

SOCIAL HISTORY (FAMINE ERA)

SOCIAL HISTORY (OTHER)

TRANSATLANTIC CONNECTIONS

VISUALISATIONS & MAPPING

WIDOWS IN THE ATLANTIC WORLD

WOMEN’S HISTORY