Tag: IMMIGRANTS CIVIL WAR

The Rabbi Who Seceded From the South

This article is part of The Immigrants’ Civil War. Scroll to the bottom for a complete description of the series. Bertram Korn, rabbi and scholar...

…And the War Came to Immigrant America

This is the fifth installment of The Immigrants’ Civil War. The Civil War officially began with the firing on Fort Sumter on April 12, 1861,...

Should Lincoln Have Lost His Citizenship?

The New York Times has a weekly blog about the Civil War called Disunion. A recent post by Professor Don Doyle of the University...

Why I’m Writing The Immigrants’ Civil War

I just started posting my features on The Immigrants’ Civil War but I began researching them last October. I was prompted to write the...

Immigrant Leader Carl Schurz to Lincoln: Stand Firm Against Slavery

This is the fourth installment of The immigrants’ Civil War. When Lincoln ran for election to the presidency in 1860, he had a highly developed...

1848: The Year that Created Immigrant America

This article is part of the series The Immigrants’ Civil War. A complete list of articles in the series is at the bottom of...

Live-Action Documentary on Irish Brigade To Air on St. Patrick’s Day

On St. Patrick’s Day, the Smithsonian Channel will offer a live-action documentary recreation of the history of the Irish Brigade during the American Civil...

The Immigrants’ Civil War: Preview of an Upcoming Series

A complete index of the series is at the bottom of the page. Join us on facebook. This year marks the 150th anniversary of the...

Immigration Bookshelf: Jews and the Civil War

Jews and the Civil War: A Reader Edited by Jonathan Sarna and Adam Mendelsohn NYU Press (2010) This year marks the 150th anniversary of the start of...

Warning: A non-numeric value encountered in /home/longisl2/public_html/wp-content/themes/Newspaper/includes/wp_booster/td_block.php on line 338