6 edition of Wisconsin at war found in the catalog.
|Statement||[compiled by] James F. McIntosh.|
|Contributions||McIntosh, James F., 1923-|
|LC Classifications||U52 .W577 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 157 p. :|
|Number of Pages||157|
|LC Control Number||2002100530|
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This volume details the Civil War experiences of the 11th Wisconsin Volunteers as they traveled more than miles in the service of their country. The book looks at the attitude prevalent in Wisconsin at the start of the war and discusses the background of the men who comprised the regiment, 72 percent of whom were farmers.
Get this from a library. Wisconsin at war. [James F McIntosh;] -- Imnterviews with Wisconsin veterans about their experiences in warfare during the 20th century. War Book of the University of Wisconsin: Papers on the Causes and Issues of the War by Members of the Faculty University of Wisconsin Madison: University of Wisconsin Collected articles that were published in weekly University of Wisconsin “War Pamphlets” duringwhich had been distributed to individuals, public libraries.
The Great War Comes to Wisconsin examines Wisconsin’s response to World War I, the first "total war" of the twentieth century, a war so large that it engaged virtually everyone. Instead of a comprehensive history of the battlefield, this book captures the homefront experience: the political debates over war policy, the worry over loved ones 5/5(3).
The state of Wisconsin enrol men for service in the Union Army during the American Civil War, 77, in the infantry, 8, in the cavalry, and 5, in the artillery.
Some 3, of these men were killed in action or mortally wounded, and 8, died from other causes; the total mortality was t men. Contents[show] Infantry units 1st Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry Regiment (3. My sudden interest in Wisconsin’s German POW camps comes as a result of a historical fiction book by Bill Stokes titled "Margaret’s War." The book is set in Oxbow, Wisconsin.
The Roster of Wisconsin Volunteers, War of the Rebellion,is an online 2 volume digital book from the Wisconsin Historical Society Library. This resource lists all the soldiers known to have participated in Wisconsin's Civil War regiments.
By the end of the war, there were aboutPOWs across the country. Wisconsin held 10 percent of the population, hous POWs alone. But an effort by the military to destroy records -- helped by willing media -- largely kept the prisoners' time in Wisconsin.
Wisconsin At War by James Mcintosh, Wisconsin Veterans Museum Foundation, James F McIntosh available in Trade Paperback onalso read synopsis and reviews. This book details the prisoner of war camps that were set up in Wisconsin during World War Two. As such it is an important historical record that includes interviews with people who remember the prisoners in their hometowns or working on their farms.
It also gathers the statistics about the number of POWs, and the places used for camps/5(10). "Wisconsin Women in the War between the States" is a history book that is history itself.
This new publication by the Wisconsin Historical Society Press is a facsimile of a edition by Ether Alice Hurn. It relates the stories of the home front from a time when the War was a living s: 4.
The book looks at the attitude prevalent in Wisconsin at the start of the war and discusses the background of the men who comprised the regiment, 72 percent of whom were farmers.
Compiled primarily from the letters and diaries of the men who served in the 11th Wisconsin, the work focuses on the firsthand day-to-day experiences of the common. Another Civil War vet with an amazing story is that of a Green Bay man named Denis Murphy. Sergeant Murphy was part of 14th Wisconsin Infantry, and his unit was known as the “De Pere Rifles.” During the war, Murphy gained fame and earned the Medal of Honor for displaying bravery in the Second Battle of Corinth.
As the book opens during a blizzard, you might think the author wrote about one of our recent never-ending winters, but it’s set during a very cold, dark and desperate Wisconsin winter.
The word ‘frozen’ appears frequently throughout the book in regards to the landscape, characters, and weather. The Wisconsin Walleye War became the name for late 20th-century events in Wisconsin in protest of Ojibwe hunting and fishing rights.
In a case, the tribes challenged state efforts to regulate their hunting and fishing off the reservations, based on their rights in the treaties of St. Peters () and La Pointe ().
On Augthe U.S. District Court Judge Barbara Crabb ruled. With the outbreak of the American Civil War, the northwestern state of Wisconsin rai soldiers for the Union Army, organized into 53 infantry regiments, 4 cavalry regiments, a company of Berdan's sharpshooters, 13 light artillery batteries and 1 unit of heavy artillery.
Most of the Wisconsin troops served in the Western Theater, although several regiments served in Eastern armies. Economic History of Wisconsin During the Civil War Decade - Ebook written by Frederick Merk.
Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Economic History of Wisconsin During the Civil War.
A documentary series in which Wisconsin's men and women in uniform share personal accounts of courage and sacrifice from America's historic battles. STALAG WISCONSIN: Inside WW II prisoner-of-war camps is a comprehensive look inside Wisconsin's 38 branch camps that h Nazi and Japanese prisoners of war during World War II.
Many of these prisoners blended with the local community, drinking at taverns and even dating local girls. Some returned and settled in Wisconsin after their release.4/5(2).
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Read an overview of Wisconsin's involvement in U.S. Civil War, Learn about the state's contributions including the Iron Brigade and Old Abe, the war. UFO sightings during NATO war games in set the stage for the season finale of "Project Blue Book," the History channel's series about the U.S.' real-life UFO-hunting program.
Guide for Tracing Civil War Ancestors [edit | edit source] Moore, Dennis R. Researching Your Civil War Ancestors in Wisconsin.
Manitowoc, Wisconsin: Bivouac Publications, (Family History Library book M28e.) This gives detailed listings of Civil War records available at the State Archives and explains what is included in each type of.