Iron Brigader is about the American Civil War. The people, places, battles and campaigns, books, battlefield preservation, you name it. Everything from short anecdotes to article length pieces will be found here. The purpose is to inform in an interesting and to a degree, entertaining manner. History isn’t dull, but it is often presented in a dull and boring fashion. It doesn’t have to be that way, and we won’t do it that way here. Enter a term in the search box to see what we have on that topic.
The Iron Brigade was a Union Army brigade consisting of the 2nd, 6th, and 7th Wisconsin Infantry, the 19th Indiana Infantry, and the 24th Michigan Infantry. They distinguished themselves in many actions, but are particularly remembered at Antietam and Gettysburg. It seemed to be an appropriate name for this blog.
Reely of Reely’s Poetry Pages will be contributing to Iron Brigader from time to time. She has a poetry site that features many of the poets who lived during the Civil War and is very knowledgeable on the topic of 19th century literature.
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