Foreigners in the Union Army and Navy

by Ella Lonn

Publisher: Louisiana State University Press in Baton Rouge

Written in English
Published: Pages: 725 Downloads: 562
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  • United States. -- Army -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865,
  • United States. -- Navy -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865,
  • United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Participation, Foreign,
  • United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Biography

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Bibliography: p. [688]-710

The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 725 p.
Number of Pages725
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Open LibraryOL14568407M

ARLINGTON, VA — In a historic move, the Department of the Army has recognized the right of service members to unionize. “Historically, collective bargaining has improved American working conditions and made us the envy of the world economically. We’re pleased to announce that our soldiers can now have that right. In defending democracy, our service members should reserve the right to. The Navy Department fell back on civilian recruiting agencies, many of which were unscrupulous and enlisted foreigners whenever they were available; in , 35 percent of the crew on Admiral David G. Farragut’s flagship, the U.S.S. Hartford, were : Historynet Staff. Union army and naval officers Summary Photograph shows head-and-shoulders portraits of Abraham Lincoln and one hundred military officers in uniform, identified by name and rank at bottom. Created / Published c Subject Headings. The U.S. Army Center of Military History publishes Army History (ISSN ) for the professional development of Army historians. Correspondence should be addressed to Managing Editor, Army History, U.S. Army Center of Military History, Third Ave., Fort Lesley J. McNair, D.C. –, or sent by e-mail to [email protected] File Size: 2MB.

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Press Baton Rouge. Wikipedia Citation. The Army and Navy Union of the United States of America is the oldest veterans' organization in was conceived in and the concept came from nineteenth-century war fighting groups that had the same common interests.

Its name changed over time from just a soldier's union to take account for all sailors and soldiers in all branches of the United States Armed ion: Ma ; years ago. Army & Navy Union USA, Niles, Ohio. K likes. Formed inwe are the oldest veterans organization in the US.

This is the official Facebook page of the Army & /5(7). During the American Civil War, the Union Army referred to the United States Army, the land force that fought to preserve the Union of the collective states.

Also known as the Foreigners in the Union Army and Navy book Army, it proved essential to the preservation of the United States as a working, viable republic. The Union Army was made up of the permanent regular army of the United States, but further fortified, augmented Commander-in-Chief: President Abraham.

Ella Lonn, Foreigners in the Union Army and Navy (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, ), [2] Christine Kinealy, This Great Calamity: The Irish Famine (Dublin, Gill and Macmillan, ), The Confederate armies included in their ranks a remarkable range of nationalities--among them Germans, Irish, Italians, French, Poles, Mexicans, Cubans, Hungarians, Russians, Swedes, Danes, and Chinese.

Covering the complete story of the activities of th1/5(1). Although the Union Army's most significant foreign-born contingents comprised Irish-and German-Americans, regiments such as the 79th New York Highlanders, initially formed in the s, consisted completely of descendants of Scottish immigrants before accepting Irish, English and others into its ranks during the early years of the immigrants had been living in the US for years before.

The Union Army: The navy Volume 7 of The Union Army: A History of Military Affairs in the Loyal States, -- Records of the Regiments in the Union Army -- Cyclopedia of Battles -- Memoirs of Commanders and Soldiers: Publisher: Federal Publishing Company, Original from: the University of Wisconsin - Madison: Digitized: Foreigners in the Union Army and Navy () provided a companion to Lonn’s earlier study.

Its more than pages dealt with units composed wholly or primarily of foreign-born soldiers as well as with a number of prominent officers (the Navy gets relatively little attention). Author of Desertion during the Civil War, Foreigners in the Confederacy, Reconstruction in Louisiana afterSalt as a factor in the confederacy, Foreigners in the Union Army and Navy, The colonial agents of the southern colonies.

-- The government of Maryland, The government of MarylandWritten works: Foreigners in the Union Army and Navy. have had Statesmen of the Lost Cause, Lincoln and His Generals, Foreigners in the Union Army- and Navy, and now more recently Reporters for the Union, which might better have been entitled Army Reporters for the Union, as the amount of space devoted to naval reporting in the book is : George W.

Adams. cooks, wagon drivers, hospital aides, provided information to the Union army How did the Emancipation Proclamation change the Civil war. it freed slaves in areas that were fighting the union.

it made the civil war a war to end slavery. it ended all hope of britain supporting the south. also, african americans were allowed to fight in the civil. In his provocative book on the mutiny at Fort Jackson, Michael Pierson, a professor at the University of Massachusetts at Lowell, argues that the fort’s garrison was more afraid of its Know Nothing commanders than it was of the Union army and navy.

Fort Jackson was located south of New Orleans on the Mississippi River. Ella Lonn, in her book Foreigners in the Union Army and Navy (), p. finds Colvocoresses, a native of Chios, as probably the most interesting of the foreign-born officers who held the rank of commander in the Union Navy; she characterizes him "as Greek as his name." The Dictionary of Ameri­.

The Army & Navy Union USA was organized in and is the oldest, perpetual membership veterans organization in the United States. Its fundamental object is to. I have an Army Navy Union medal from a Spanish American War veteran that is essentially identical to yours including the mount design.

By the way, the Army Navy Union still exists, I was a member of the Conneaut Ohio garrison until it closed a few years ago. Most of the remaining active garrisons are in Ohio with a few in other states. The Origin of the Army Navy Union USA. At the time it was founded, this organization filled a vital need, the need for a coordinated, united effort by all veterans to aid the soldiers and sailors coming home from the wars to readjust themselves to civilian life.

The Confederate States Army was the military land force of the Confederate States of America (commonly referred to as the Confederacy) during the American Civil War (–), fighting against the United States forces. On Februthe Provisional Confederate Congress established a provisional volunteer army and gave control over military operations and authority for mustering Commander-in-Chief: Jefferson Davis.

The most recent discussion of what historians call the “Union motive” for joining the army can be found The Union War by Gary Gallagher published by Harvard University Press ().

The book argues that only a minority of Americans held emancipationist views at the start of the war. Over in the thread on Andy Hall's new book Civil War Blockade Running on the Texas Coast, Andy quoted from his book: While immigrants made up about a quarter of the Federal army, around 45 percent of naval enlistees were foreign-born.

(Overall, those of foreign birth represented about 27 percent of the men of military age living in Union states.). “Since Bath Iron Works was incorporated by General Thomas W. Hyde who had served in the Union Army during the Civil War.

At first the shipyard made iron hardware and windlasses for the wooden ships of the day but soon built warships for the United States Navy although it also started builting commercial vessels.

Union workers earn about 25 percent more each year than nonunion workers do, according to the American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO), a. About Polish immigrants served in the Union army and about in the Confederate Armed Forces.

Count Constantin Blandowski was a prime example I discussed in my last post. Here is some more on Civil War most prominent Pole in the Civil War was Wlodzimeirz Krzyzanowski, known to his army friends as Kriz. Febru The U.S. Marine Corps wants to form an Irregular Warfare Regiment (IWR) that would be a cross between the French Foreign Legion and the U.S.

Army Special Forces. The IWR would have 4, troops and about 3, would be foreign born and selected because they were physically and mentally able to enlist and had language and cultural awareness skills the marines needed in.Received wisdom suggests that the American Civil War was an almost all-army affair, with the navies reduced to something of a sideshow—occasionally spectacular but ultimately moot.

[1] Certainly the vast majority of participants North and South fought their battles on land: about million men served in the armies as compared to a meresailors. [2]. Although the Army provides casualty assistance at the time of and immediately following an active duty or retiree death, the RSO and Retiree Councils, working with retiree volunteers, provide the.