This page is an Index of all articles about German immigrant Franz Sigel (1824-1902) in The Immigrants’ Civil War series.
1. 1848: The Year that Created Immigrant America – Franz Sigel was a leading figure in the Revolutions of 1848.
2. The Germans Save St. Louis for the Union – Sigel was a civic leader in St. Louis and helped organize German resistance to pro-Southern forces in Missouri.
3. The St. Louis Germans Set Out To Free Missouri – Sigel emerged as a military leader in the Union army.
4. Wilson’s Creek Drowns Immigrant Dream of Free Missouri – Sigel played a controversial role in the Union defeat at Wilson’s Creek in 1861.
5. Missouri’s German Unionists: From Defeat to Uncertain Victory – Sigel and Missouri’s Germans at the end of 1861.
6. Missouri Germans Contest Leadership of Unionist Cause – Sigel make a play for command in Missouri.
7. German Leader Franz Sigel’s Victory Earns a Powerful Enemy
8. Immigrant Unionists Marching Towards Pea Ridge – Sigel served as second-in-command of the Union Army of the Southwest.
9. German Immigrants at the Battle of Pea Ridge: Opening Moves – Sigel was nearly trapped in northern Arkansas.
10. Pea Ridge: The German Unionists Outflanked – Sigel on the edge of disaster.
11. German Immigrants at the Battle of Pea Ridge – Sigel’s Greatest Triumph.