Before the American Civil War, the Borough of Gettysburg had long had a strong Catholic presence, and the parish of St. Francis Xavier. Then when the armies of the Union and the Confederacy came to town, Catholics played key roles whether as soldiers, doctors, nurses, or chaplains.
- Catholic presence at Battle of Gettysburg still shines 150 years later – Catholic Philly
- The Daughters of Charity and the Battle of Gettysburg
- Catholic presence at Battle of Gettysburg still evident 150 years later – Today’s Catholic
- The Daughters of Charity of Emmitsburg in the Civil War
- Daughters of Charity treat war’s wounded, host Union before Battle of Gettysburg | fredericknewspost.com
- The Sisters of Charity: The ‘Battlefield Angels’ of the Civil War
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- ANGELS OF THE BATTLEFIELD: A History of the Labors of the Catholic Sisterhoods in the Late Civil War
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- The Irish Brigade: A Pictorial History of the Famed Civil War Fighters
- My Life In The Irish Brigade: The Civil War Memoirs Of Private William Mccarter, 116th Pennsylvania Infantry
- Absolution Under Fire: 3 Years with the Famous Irish Brigade (Abridged, Annotated) (Civil War)
- The Irish Brigade In The Civil War: The 69th New York and Other Irish Regiments of The Army Of The Potomac
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