When the Civil War erupted, more than 1,000 Irish Americans formed the North Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry regiment, the first of the state's ethnic regiments. This book is a history of the regiment, told by Daniel Macnamara, who served as its commissary sergeant and rose to become regimental quartermaster.
|Author||Daniel George Macnamara|
|Publisher||Irish in the Civil War|
|Rating||4/5 (14 users)|