The Irish Brigade and Its Campaigns

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THE IRISH BRIGADE and Its Campaigns

by

D. P. CONYNGHAM

Edited, with an Introduction, by LAWRENCE FREDERICK KOHL

Fordham University Press
New York

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Introduction: the Irish Brigade, Irish-America, and David Power Conyngham ix
  • Notes xxvi
  • Preface. 5
  • Contents 13
  • Chapter I 19
  • Chapter II 47
  • Chapter III 71
  • Chapter IV 93
  • Chapter V 103
  • Chapter VI 117
  • Chapter VII 137
  • Chapter VIII 163
  • Chapter IX 182
  • Chapter X 210
  • Chapter XI 228
  • Chapter XII 265
  • Chapter XIII 276
  • Chapter XIV 286
  • Chapter XV 309
  • Chapter XVI 323
  • Chapter XVIII 355
  • Chapter XVIII 388
  • Chapter XIX 415
  • Chapter XX 424
  • Chapter XXI 438
  • Chapter XXII 445
  • Chapter XXIII 449
  • Chapter XXIV 455
  • Chapter XXV 460
  • Chapter XVII 467
  • Chapter XXVII 470
  • Chapter Xxviii. Battle of the Weldon Railroad.--Casualties.--Prisoners. 477
  • Chapter XXIX 482
  • Chapter XXX 490
  • Chapter XXXI 495
  • Chapter XXXII 502
  • Chapter XXXIII 514
  • Appendix. 531
  • Index 601
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