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Terrence Bellew McManus 20 April 1861

Portraits from the New York Irish-American Weekly: 1861

Fighting Irish Promo  from Tile Films Ltd  (Fighting Irish of the Civil War/Fàg An Bealach) Presented by Irish-American actor Brian Mallon, this two part docudrama tells the dramatic story of one of the greatest units in the American Civil War - The Irish Brigade and its charismatic leader General Thomas Francis Meagher.

(Fighting Irish of the Civil War/Fàg An Bealach) Presented by Irish-American actor Brian Mallon, this two part docudrama tells the dramatic story of one of…

Fighting Irish: 5 Irish Generals of the American Civil War

Fighting Irish: 5 Irish Generals of the American Civil War

The women who fought as men: Rare American Civil War pictures show how females disguised themselves so they could go into battle

The women who fought as men: Rare Civil War pictures of female soldiers who dressed up as males to fight

Dual identities: Irish immigrant Jennie Hodgers enlisted in the Union army as Albert Cashier and then remained a man once the war ended.

Fighting Irish in the American Civil War and the Invasion of Mexico : Essays (Paperback)

Fighting Irish in the American Civil War and the Invasion of Mexico : Essays (Paperback)

Fighting Irish, American Civil War, Civil Wars, The Americans, Mexico

The Irish Brigade of the Civil War, later known as the 69th New York Regiment, the Fighting Irish.

The Irish Brigade of the Civil War, later known as the New York Regiment, the Fighting Irish.

Fighting Irish: 5 Irish Generals of the American Civil War

Fighting Irish: 5 Irish Generals of the American Civil War

Fighting Irish in the American Civil War and the Invasion of Mexico: Essays

Fighting Irish in the American Civil War and the Invasion of Mexico: Essays (Paperback)

Fighting Irish in the American Civil War and the Invasion of Mexico: Essays

Adjoining the Civil War memorial is another, commemorating the NYC 69th Infantry Regiment (“Fighting 69th”), part of the US National Guard. The regiment, founded in 1849, has had a rich history in the Civil War and World Wars I and II. It is an Irish heritage unit, with many of its traditions and symbols deriving from a time when the regiment was made entirely of Irish-Americans. The regiment’s Civil War Era battle cry was “Faugh a Ballagh,” which is Irish Gaelic meaning “Clear the Way.”…

Adjoining the Civil War memorial is another, commemorating the NYC 69th Infantry Regiment (“Fighting 69th”), part of the US National Guard. The regiment, founded in 1849, has had a rich history in the Civil War and World Wars I and II. It is an Irish heritage unit, with many of its traditions and symbols deriving from a time when the regiment was made entirely of Irish-Americans. The regiment’s Civil War Era battle cry was “Faugh a Ballagh,” which is Irish Gaelic meaning “Clear the Way.”…

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