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The Immigrants Civil War in the South

Ten percent of all immigrants lived in the slave states.

The Immigrants Civil War in the South

by Patrick Young, Esq. on January 28, 2016  

This page indexes articles on immigrants in the South during the Civil War Era.

The Immigrants’ Civil War: The Scottish

by Patrick Young, Esq. on January 28, 2016  

Index of The Immigrants' Civil War

Women in the Immigrants’ Civil War

Immigrant women in the Civil War.

Women in the Immigrants’ Civil War

by Patrick Young, Esq. on January 28, 2016  

Index of all articles on women.

The Immigrants’ Civil War West of the Alleghenies

Rivers were routes of invasion in the West.

The Immigrants’ Civil War West of the Alleghenies

by Patrick Young, Esq. on January 28, 2016  

Find all of The Immigrants' Civil War articles on the war in the west here.

Immigrant nurse reports on Civil War hospital organized by Nursing Nuns after Shiloh battle

Nursing Nuns, many of whom were immigrants, played an important role in hospital care.

Kate Cumming: Confederate immigrant nurse and the Shiloh disaster

More than 16,000 men were wounded at Shiloh, the bloodiest battle in American history up to that time.

Kate Cumming: Confederate immigrant nurse and the Shiloh disaster

by Patrick Young, Esq. on January 14, 2016  

This is the story of a young immigrant nurse whose services were unwelcome until the wounded rolled into camp.

The Immigrants’ Civil War: Index of Indexes

by Patrick Young, Esq. on January 2, 2016  

The Immigrants' Civil War

Recovering the memories of Jewish Civil War soldiers

Researchers from the Shapell Roster Project at the Washington Hebrew Congregation Cemetery looking for the graves of Jewish veterans.

Recovering the memories of Jewish Civil War soldiers

by Patrick Young, Esq. on December 15, 2015  

Jewish immigrants who fought and died in the Civil War were forgotten by their adopted country before the soil was turned on their graves. By the 1890s, some Americans denied that Jews had even served in the army. A new project is looking to identify them and record their names for posterity.

Remembering The Immigrants’ Civil War

by Patrick Young, Esq. on November 18, 2015  

The Immigrants' Civil War

The Immigrants’ Civil War: The Jews

by Patrick Young, Esq. on November 18, 2015  

An index of articles on Jewish immigrants during the Civil War.

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