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. History of the Ninth regiment, Connecticut volunteer infantry, "The Irish regiment," in the war of the rebellion, 1861-65. The record of a gallant command on the march, in battle and in bivouac . ^»H^ 4 1 ■- - ate £ o-: & sdSBSBL ^io-:^;. Lieut. Col. Richard FitzGibbon.(Reproduced from a War-Time Print). WAR OF THE REBELLION, 1861-1865. 33 had been driven from power by an indignant people.Strong arms were needed to defend the Nation and theIrish of Connecticut nobly responded. On May 17, 1861,the following notice under the head A Chance for Vol-unteers, appeared in the New Haven Palladium: A

. History of the Ninth regiment, Connecticut volunteer infantry, "The Irish regiment," in the war of the rebellion, 1861-65. The record of a gallant command on the march, in battle and in bivouac . ^»H^ 4 1 ■- - ate £ o-: & sdSBSBL ^io-:^;. Lieut. Col. Richard FitzGibbon.(Reproduced from a War-Time Print). WAR OF THE REBELLION, 1861-1865. 33 had been driven from power by an indignant people.Strong arms were needed to defend the Nation and theIrish of Connecticut nobly responded. On May 17, 1861,the following notice under the head A Chance for Vol-unteers, appeared in the New Haven Palladium: A Stock Photo
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. History of the Ninth regiment, Connecticut volunteer infantry, "The Irish regiment," in the war of the rebellion, 1861-65. The record of a gallant command on the march, in battle and in bivouac . ^»H^ 4 1 ■- - ate £ o-: & sdSBSBL ^io-:^;. Lieut. Col. Richard FitzGibbon.(Reproduced from a War-Time Print). WAR OF THE REBELLION, 1861-1865. 33 had been driven from power by an indignant people.Strong arms were needed to defend the Nation and theIrish of Connecticut nobly responded. On May 17, 1861,the following notice under the head A Chance for Vol-unteers, appeared in the New Haven Palladium: Arecruiting office is now opened in Engineers Hall, Arti-zan street, [New Haven], to those who would serve thecountry and protect its flag. Office open every eveningfrom 7 until 9 oclock, when persons can receive allnecessary information. John Duffy. The following is the text of a poster displayed at NewHaven and probably elsewhere: Forward the 9th!Here followed a woodcut of an American eagle defend-ing the American shield. The poster then continued:9th Regiment, Irish Volunteers! This destined to begallant Regiment, organized under the auspices of HisExcellency, the Governor of this State, to be officered byIrishmen throughout, is n