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Irish songster of the American Civil War

Derek Warfield

Irish songster of the American Civil War

by Derek Warfield

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Published by D. Warfield in [S.l .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Irish Americans -- United States -- Music.,
  • Songs, English -- United States.,
  • United States -- History. -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Participation, Irish American.,
  • United States -- History. -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Songs and music -- Texts.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Derek Warfield.
    GenreMusic., Songs and music, Texts.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination80 p. :
    Number of Pages80
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18336391M

      U.S. Civil War Song sung by David Kincaid. It's pretty much about Irish Troops in the American Civil War and how they are fighting for the North. It also has a little something about Britain.   I have ancestors who fought on both sides of the war and I have Irish, French, English, Native American, and African American blood. So please, I .

    "The Minstrel Boy" is an Irish patriotic song written by Thomas Moore (–) who set it to the melody of The Moreen, an old Irish is widely believed that Moore composed the song in remembrance of a number of his friends, whom he met while studying at Trinity College, Dublin and who had participated in (and were killed during) the Irish Rebellion of - Buy The Irish in the American Civil War (Irish in the World) book online at best prices in India on Read The Irish in the American Civil War (Irish in the World) book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified s:

      Nearly , Irish immigrants fought in the American Civil War, but o for the Confederacy. Colonel Edward A. O’Neal, mentioned in the fourth stanza, first commanded the 9th Alabama Infantry Regiment, then the 26th Alabama . A collection of Short Stories, books, essays, speeches, letters, and poems that concern themselves with the American Civil War ( - ). This is a broad library containing novels like The Red Badge of Courage and Uncle Tom's Cabin, civil war stories by Ambrose Pierce, ppems from Julia Ward Howe and Emily Dickison, and historical documents including the Emancipation Proclamation, and.


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Irish songster of the American Civil War by Derek Warfield Download PDF EPUB FB2

Irish Songster of the American Civil War book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. By Derek Warfield - singer, songwriter, historian 3/5(1).

Irish Songster of the American Civil War-Irish Songs, Ballads, Musical History & Lyrical & Poetic Legacy of the American Civil War Paperback – January 1, See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsManufacturer: D.

Warfield. Books > Nonfiction. Email to friends Share on Facebook - opens in a new window or tab Share on Twitter - opens in a new window or tab Share on Pinterest - opens in a new window or Rating: % positive. This book is a must for anyone serious about study of the American Civil War.

Derek is of course best known for his musical talent. He is rapidly becoming one of the best known Civil War historians. Of course his expertise lies in how the Irish played such an integral role in America's deadliest war.

Irish Songster of the American Civil War– Irish Songs, Ballads, Musical History & Lyrical & Poetic Legacy of the American Civil War. Whelan, Bernadette American Government in Ireland, A History of the US Consular Service Other. Alden, Ellen Yours Faithfully, Florence Burke: An Irish Immigrant Story.

Conway, Cyril Francis But the divil take the nobility, says the Irish volunteer. He adds that for the Irish soldier, the American Civil War was less about slavery than an opportunity to repay the United States for refuge after famine and failed rebellions.

The CD, The Irish Volunteer; Songs of the Irish Union Soldier, The research for the material from both of my albums (i.e., "The Irish Volunteer" and "The Irish-American's Song") began with a book entitled "Songs of the Civil War" (Amazon), given to me in by my friend and entertainment lawyer Peter Thall.

Warfield has performed his music and songs at American Civil War events and commemorations at such sites as Gettysburg, Sharpsburg and Harrisburg with his band, The Sons of Erin. Warfield's release, Clear the Way is the second in his Irish Songs in the Civil War series.

Irish-American Catholics served on both sides of the American Civil War (–) as officers, volunteers and draftees. Immigration due to the Irish Great Famine (–) had provided many thousands of men as potential recruits although issues of race, religion, pacifism and personal allegiance created some resistance to service.

A significant body of these Irishmen later used the. David Kincaid is the king of Irish-American music, at least in dealing with Civil War-era songs. His work here is absolutely magnificent, though credit is due to the /5(15). Doyle’s role during the American Civil War “It was not a quadrille in a ballroom.” – Whitman, Memoranda Peter enlisted with the Richmond Fayette Artillery in April when he was seventeen years old, serving alongside ten other Irish-born men.

The Irish In The American Civil War and millions of other books are available for Amazon Kindle. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - 5/5(1).

AroundIrish-born soldiers fought in the American Civil War. Of thesefought with the Union and aro with the Confederacy. Unsurprisingly, in those tumultuous times, the Irish found themselves as divided as the people of the great land in which they had rebuilt their lives.

This is the story of the forgotten role of theIrish men and women who were involved in various ways in the US Civil War. This book is based on several years of research by the author, a professional historian, who has put together a series of the best of /5.

Politics and soldiering Anti-war and anti-recruiting. Arthur McBride" – an anti-recruiting song from Donegal, probably originating during the 17th century. "The Recruiting Sergeant" – song (to the tune of "The Peeler and the Goat") from the time of World War 1, popular among the Irish Volunteers of that period, written by Séamus O'Farrell inrecorded by The Pogues.

Derek Warfield is the author of Irish Songster of the American Civil War ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews) and Celtic & Ireland in Song and Story (0 3/5(1). Damian Shiels has written an excellent book on the role of Irish-Americans in the Civil War.

Written from the unique perspective of a native Irishman rather than an American, and meant to appeal to and inform his fellow natives, it makes great reading for Irish Americans and anyone interested in the Civil War/5(24).

The Civil War was an important period in the development of American music. During the Civil War, when soldiers from across the country commingled, the multifarious strands of American music began to cross-fertilize each other, a process that was aided by the burgeoning railroad industry and other technological developments that made travel and communication easier.

Cal McCarthy writes for the Irish people about the Irishmen who fought in the US Civil War, many of whom are forgotten in their own country. In fact, McCarthy was born in the same county of Cork close by the birth city of Gen P. Cleburne, one of the South's greatest generals, yet McCarthy had not even heard of him until he began to research his book!/5(9).

40, Irish fought for the Confederate Army in the US Civil War A new book, The Irish at Gettysburg, says the real story of the Irish who fought with.

Books; Medal of Honor; Generals; Brevet Generals; The Fetterman Fight- Irish Casualties; Regimental Losses in Union Irish Infantry Regiments; Letters from America: American Civil War Correspondence in Irish Newspapers. A Letter from America, The Waterford News and General Advertiser, 14th February ; The War in America, Cork Examiner, 7th.Books shelved as irish-civil-war: The Secret Scripture by Sebastian Barry, The Irish at Gettysburg by Phillip Thomas Tucker, The Immortal Irishman: The I.

"The Irish Volunteer" is a song honoring the 'Fighting 69th' Irish Brigade, a legendary infantry unit composed of Irish-Americans that fought for the Union during the American Civil War. The.