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SONS OF IRELAND IN THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAROriginal Green Kepi belonging to the 35th Indiana Volunteer Infantry Regiment (aka 1st Irish Regiment). The 35th wore the distinctive gold shamrock...

SONS OF IRELAND IN THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAROriginal Green Kepi belonging to the 35th Indiana Volunteer Infantry Regiment (aka 1st Irish Regiment). The 35th wore the distinctive gold shamrock...

37th New York Volunteers - Irish Rifles- Don Troiani.  The color bearer of the Irish Rifles waves the distinctive green silk with gold embroidery Irish flag of the regiment.

37th New York Volunteers - Irish Rifles- Don Troiani. The color bearer of the Irish Rifles waves the distinctive green silk with gold embroidery Irish flag of the regiment.

4th Royal Irish Dragoon Guards The heavily laced, tight-fitting jacket with long tails and high collar was designed for show rather than comfort. The Prince Regent introduced rather dandified uniforms for his army after Waterloo and the heavy cavalry wore this style with an unwealdy helmet of black japanned metal and gilt fittings topped by a high fur crest. The shoulder cords were elaborate with heavy aiguilettes almost identical to those worn today by the Household Cavalry

4th Royal Irish Dragoon Guards The heavily laced, tight-fitting jacket with long tails and high collar was designed for show rather than comfort. The Prince Regent introduced rather dandified uniforms for his army after Waterloo and the heavy cavalry wore this style with an unwealdy helmet of black japanned metal and gilt fittings topped by a high fur crest. The shoulder cords were elaborate with heavy aiguilettes almost identical to those worn today by the Household Cavalry

ACW Union: The Irish Brigade advances on the Confederate Line at the Battle of Fredericksburg, by Don Troiani. (www.dontroiani.com)

ACW Union: The Irish Brigade advances on the Confederate Line at the Battle of Fredericksburg, by Don Troiani. (www.dontroiani.com)

The American Civil War: Detail of “Sons of Erin,” by Don Troiani. Father Corby rides across the advancing line of the Irish Brigade at Sharpsburg.

The American Civil War: Detail of “Sons of Erin,” by Don Troiani. Father Corby rides across the advancing line of the Irish Brigade at Sharpsburg.

French; Foreign Regiments in the French Line(Swiss, German, Irish, Wallon & Corsican), 1736

French; Foreign Regiments in the French Line(Swiss, German, Irish, Wallon & Corsican), 1736

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