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Author: Richard H Zeitlin
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Papers of Richard H. Zeitlin, a military historian and director of the Wisconsin Veterans Museum. The collection consists almost entirely of materials that document Zeitlin's researching and writing historical works. There is the original handwritten manuscript, several edited drafts, and a galley proof of the article "Beyond the Battle: the flags of the Iron Brigade, 1863-1918," which was later published as the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Correspondence
Named Person: Augustus Gordon Weissert
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Richard H Zeitlin
OCLC Number: 60788292
Notes: 4-2-5.
Previously known as RG36, TR0125, and VA 1991 Jun 24.
Description: 0.4 linear ft. (1 archives box)
Other Titles: White eagles in the north woods : Polish immigration to rural Wisconsin, 1857-1900.
Flags of the Iron Brigade.
Beyond the battle : the flags of the Iron Brigade, 1863-1918.

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Papers of Richard H. Zeitlin, a military historian and director of the Wisconsin Veterans Museum. The collection consists almost entirely of materials that document Zeitlin's researching and writing historical works. There is the original handwritten manuscript, several edited drafts, and a galley proof of the article "Beyond the Battle: the flags of the Iron Brigade, 1863-1918," which was later published as the second half of the book, "The Flags of the Iron Brigade." There are research materials and two drafts of Zeitlin's history of Camp Williams-Volk Field that also traces the corresponding development of the Wisconsin National Guard. Photocopies and handwritten notes reflect his research on Old Abe, the eagle that served as a unit mascot of the 8th Wisconsin Infantry Regiment in the Civil War. Another article dealing with the 8th Wisconsin, "Campaigning in '64: Civil War Letters of A.G. Weissert," is documented through correspondence with publishers and early drafts. A published copy of his manuscript "White Eagles in the North Woods: Polish Immigration to North Woods, 1857-1900" is also found in the collection.

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