Irish Green and Union Blue: The Civil War Letters of Peter Welsh, Color Sergeant, 28th Massachusetts
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Irish Green and Union Blue: The Civil War Letters of Peter Welsh, Color Sergeant, 28th Massachusetts

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"Very seldom does one come across so inspiring a volume. . . . It belongs in every Irish-American library. . . . Anyone with an interest in the Civil War and/or the history of the Irish in America should own a copy of this very fine work." -Irish Edition
Hardcover, 170 pages
Published January 1st 1986 by Fordham University Press
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Damian Shiels
One of the best Irish accounts of the war, and an example of how Irish-Americans were just as much a part of 19th century Irish communities as the Irish-born themselves.
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