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role of Illinois in the Civil War

Victor Hicken

role of Illinois in the Civil War

by Victor Hicken

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Published by Western Illinois University in Macomb, Ill .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Illinois -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865.,
  • United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Regimental histories -- Illinois.,
  • United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Campaigns.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 39.

    Statementby Victor Hicken.
    SeriesStudies in Illinois history ; no. 3 [i.e. no.4], Illinois. Western Illinois University, Macomb. Bulletin v.52 no.3 April 1973, Studies in Illinois history -- no. 4., Bulletin (Western Illinois University, Macomb) : -- v. 52, no. 3.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination39 p. :
    Number of Pages39
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21922538M

    Matthew Stanley is the recipient of the Wiley-Silver Prize for best first book in Civil War history. Stanley's book, The Loyal West: Civil War and Reunion in Middle America, was published by the University of Illinois Press in Stanley's book examines the role the Lower Middle West played in the development of white reunion at the end. Illinois Civil War Muster and Descriptive Rolls Detail Report Illinois State Archives. Search Criteria: Name BARNES, HENRY E Rank CHAP Company HQ Unit 72 IL US INF Personal Characteristics. Residence MCHENRY, MCHENRY CO, IL Age 30 Height 5' 10 Hair BLACK.

    Civil War Prisons; Illinois Soldiers listed in the Record of the Federal Dead at Libby, Belle Isle, Danville, and Camp Lawton Prisons. Andersonville Prison ~ Background of Andersonville and pictures ~ ~ A Reminiscence of Confederate Prison Life ~ By Hugh Moore, Civil War Soldier - Illinois th Infantry List of Illinois Soldiers who Died at. Dec 06,  · Illinois’s War is the first book-length history of the state during the Civil War years since Victor Hicken’s Illinois in the Civil War, first published in Mark Hubbard has compiled a rich collection of letters, editorials, speeches, organizational records, diaries, and memoirs from farmers and workers, men and women, free blacks and.

    By the end of the war, 35, Illinois men died fighting to preserve the Union. (For a more in-depth look at Illinois during the Civil War, see the Illinois Blue Book, , "Illinois and the Civil War" by Clyde C. Walton, Illinois State Historian, pp. ) This collection contains full-text books and documents. Aug 28,  · In the last ten years, articles about Civil War women soldiers have appeared in such diverse publications as Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military, Southern Studies, and The Civil War Book Exchange and Collector.


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Entering Search Criteria. Enter text in any field to restrict the search to only those records which CONTAIN your text in that field. Enter the soldier's name in the format: last name comma space first. Apr 26,  · Illinois's War: The Civil War in Documents (Civil War in the Great Interior) [Mark Hubbard] on stichtingdoel.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

On the eve of the Civil War and after, Illinois was one of the most significant states in the Union. Its history is5/5(1). List of Illinois Civil War units. Jump to navigation Jump to search. Infantry units. In recognition of Illinois’ six regiments' service in the Mexican War, regimental numbers for infantry in the Civil War began at seven.

7th Illinois Infantry Regiment (3 Months) 7th Illinois Infantry Regiment. Illinois’s War is the first book-length history of the state during the Civil War years since Victor Hicken’s Illinois in the Civil War, first published in Mark Hubbard has compiled a rich collection of letters, editorials, speeches, organizational records, diaries, and memoirs from farmers and workers, men and women, free blacks and.

“This book promises to be an outstanding contribution to the literature on the history of Chicago and its role in the Civil War. The editors have assembled a terrific collection of sources that document the economic rise of the Windy City in the mid-nineteenth century and reveal the ethnic, racial, and political themes that shaped the metropolis in this crucial period.

The history of the role of Illinois in the Civil War is dominated by the rise of Abraham Lincoln. His “House Divided” speech at the State Republican Convention in Springfield, Illinois in June won for him the senatorial nomination.

Illinois in the Civil War allows searching muster rolls by name, unit, or county and offers additional Civil War-related resources. The Civil War Archive has links to all the Illinois Civil War units and what battles each unit fought.

Civil War Flags of Illinois has images of the flags of the Illinois Civil War units. The American Civil War began inlasted untiland was ruinous by any standard. Within months of President Lincoln’s inauguration, seven southern states began the secession from the Union and declared the Confederate States of stichtingdoel.com: Susan Birkenseer.

Guide to Civil War Resources at the Missouri State Archives The Missouri State Archives has the state’s largest collection of Civil War documents. This guide references records dating from throughcreated at all levels of government. The Illinois Civil War Project: A successful project to put Illinois Civil War Rosters, History and More on the Internet.

This website has been chosen by Lightspan's StudyWebAE "as one of the best educational resources on the Web by our researchers.". Illinois may not be able to claim fame as the location of famous Civil War battles, but this state was active in its contributions to the Civil War efforts.

Illinois was responsible for providing more troops to the Union army than any other state. However, by the Civil War, weapons had longer ranges and were more accurate than they had been in Napoleon’s day. Navy: A branch of the military using ships to conduct warfare.

During the Civil War, “blue water” ships cruised the oceans and “brown water” boats floated up and down the rivers. See article». The Civil War in Illinois.

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presidency, which will be out in late or early Women in Battle inthe Civil War. two others intensively investigating the role of women in the Civil War are C. Kay Larson and Lee Middleton. The combined effort is turning up significant new information.

Middleton has documented well over women and plans a new edition of his book with even more biographical sketches (Middleton The Illinois Civil War Project: A project to put Illinois Civil War Rosters, History and More on the Internet.

May 09,  · Monday is the st anniversary of the end of the Civil War. See how the war impacted Chicago. Played A Bigger Role In Civil War Than You Might Think. By Justin Breen Author: Justin Breen. The database was created and donated to the Illinois State Archives by Fred Delap of Kansas, Illinois.

Delap, a volunteer with the Edgar County Genealogical Society, has also indexed the names of Illinois veterans of the War ofWinnebago War, Black Hawk War, Mexican War, Civil War, and Spanish-American War. Abbreviations. B — Black Hawk War.

For a finely woven analysis of the role of Civil War memory in our national consciousness, see David Blight's prize-winning, Race and Reunion: The Civil War in American Memory (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, ).

Military History of the War--Introduction. In contradictory and complex ways, the military history of the Civil War has been both.At that time, 1, prisoners of war at the Alton facility were exchanged, leaving that site nearly empty for a short time. For the remaining 22 months of the war, POWs in Illinois camps who wished to leave prison were limited to either attempting escape or taking the oath of allegiance to the United States.Delores Archaimbault and Terry A.

Barnhart. Copperhead was a pejorative epithet applied to Northern members of the Democratic party, also known as Peace Democrats, who criticized the presidential administration of Abraham Lincoln for its war policies and who sought an armistice with the Confederacy.

A loosely-affiliated group, the Copperheads expressed their views on the war in the press, at.