History of Irish immigration in North America and their role in the Civil War.
<Tab/>Since the beginning of this nation there has been immigration. It is in fact what makes this country so great, and what it is today. If people weren't willing to take the already deadly trip across the Atlantic, America might not even be here today. The immigrants I will be focusing on, which were part of the first major wave of immigrants to ever come to America. They were also a major part of the American Civil War. The moment they got off the ship there were union recruiters. There is perhaps no other ethnic group so closely identified with the Civi…
- History of Irish immigration in North America and their role in the Civil War.
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- The roles that religion played on the early society of north america.
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