INDIANA'S and KENTUCKY'S GERMAN-AMERICANS IN THE CIVIL WAR

Recruiting advertisments in the October 11, 1861 issue of the Louisville Anzeiger newspaper. Top ad is for the 2nd German Indiana Regiment and the bottom ad is for the 1st German Kentucky Regiment.



INDIANA'S AND KENTUCKY'S GERMAN-AMERICANS IN THE CIVIL WAR (Click here)

A presentation made at a joint meeting of the Indiana Germanic Heritage Society, Kentuckiana Germanic Heritage Society, and the Indiana Chapter of the Palatines to America, at Indianapolis Indiana, March 18, 2000.

Contents: Where They Lived; Religious and Political Differences; German-Americans Rally Around the Flag; Why They Volunteered and How They Were Recruited; Where They Fought; Prejudices; Performance.



AN ADDRESS TO KENTUCKY'S GERMANS BY LEONARD STREIFF (Click Here)



6th KENTUCKY VOLUNTEER INFANTRY U.S. Web Site (Click Here)


32nd INDIANA MONUMENT PHOTO and UPDATE (Click here)

Capt. Bernhard Hund's Letter Describing the Battle of Shiloh (Click here)

Letter from a Member of the 32nd Indiana Regiment Infantry (Click here)

More on Kentucky's German-Americans in the Civil War (Click here)

Indiana in the Civil War Web Site (Click here)



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