For Liberty and Justice : A Biography of Brigadier General Wlodzimierz B. Krzyzanowski, 1824-1887

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  • Copyright: 2009-07-01
  • Publisher: Syracuse Univ Pr
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Founded in 1981 by Utica College Professor Eugene P. Nassar, the Ethnic Heritage Studies Center serves as a focal point for research, teaching, and public service related to ethnicity in American life. Its objectives are to develop library and other teaching resources in the field of ethnic studies; promote the collection of historical and cultural materials; support the publication of occasional papers, monographs, and other items on topics related to ethnic studies; sponsor an annual lecture and artist series; develop bibliographic references for area libraries, historical societies, and organizations housing research materials on ethnic studies; work with community organizations toward the preservation and dissemination of information on the ethnic experience in central New York; and cooperate with The History Project and the Center for Historical Research sponsored by the Utica College History Department. Book jacket.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgementp. vii
Introductionp. ix
"The Son of a Foreign Land" From Childhood in Poland to a New Life in Americap. 1
"Free Men Are Brothers" Organizing a Regiment and Leading it at Cross Keysp. 19
"I Fights Mit Sigel" The Second Bull Run Campaignp. 49
"For Liberty and Justice" Winter in Camp and News From Polandp. 73
"A Hell of a Fix" The Chancellorsville Campaignp. 95
"A Portrait of Hell" The Gettysburg Campaignp. 113
"The Most Distinguished Feats" The Chattanooga and Knoxville Campaignsp. 145
"Veteran Volunteers" Furlough and Frameupp. 163
"A Most Splendid Officer" The Final Months of the Warp. 185
"Those Who Were Faithful" The Reconstruction Erap. 197
"I Feel That I Have Done My Duty" Special Agent, United States Treasuryp. 211
"Without Injury to His Dignity" Life in San Franciscop. 223
"Wounds Which Do Not Heal" A Return to Federal Servicep. 235
A "Genial and Loyal Spirit" Twilight Years and Beyondp. 255
Honors Received by Krzyzanowskip. 273
Report on the Battle of Cross Keysp. 274
Report on the Second Battle of Bull Runp. 275
Report on the Battle of Chancellorsvillep. 278
Itinerary of Krzyzanowski's Brigade During the Reopening of the Tennessee Riverp. 281
Krzyzanowski's Staff Officersp. 282
Endnotesp. 283
Bibliographyp. 319
Indexp. 327
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