Lincoln’s Death, New Nation: April 1865 to 1877

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How many foreign-born persons served in the war?

Many. If one counts those who were born in other countries and then migrated to the United States, it runs past the hundred thousand mark. But if one rephrases the question and applies it only to those who came to the United States to serve in the war, then it is a much smaller number.


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