Natalie Woodall

Notable Civil War Veterans of Oswego County, New York (Excelsior Editions) By Natalie Joy Woodall Cover Image
ISBN: 9781438489667
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Published: Excelsior Editions/State University of New Yo - October 1st, 2022

Of the 400,000 men from New York State called to duty in the Union armed forces during the Civil War, approximately 12,000 or 75 percent of the voting population, called Oswego County home. Veterans from other states or Canada later settled in Oswego County and made the place their home as well. This book tells the stories of thirty-seven of these soldiers.

Of Blood and Battles: Oswego's 147th Regiment By Natalie Joy Woodall Cover Image
ISBN: 9781977206183
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Published: Outskirts Press - May 30th, 2019

Men of the 110th Regiment: Oswego's Own By Natalie Joy Woodall Cover Image
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ISBN: 9781478773429
Published: Outskirts Press - May 24th, 2016

Oswego County, New York, bordering the southeastern shore of Lake Ontario, is an area rich in history from the colonial period up to the present. In the years before the Civil War, concerned residents participated in the abolition movement and the underground railroad, assisting runaway slaves to safety in Canada. By 1865 Oswego County had furnished an estimated 12,000 men to the Union cause.

Oswego County and the Civil War:: They Answered the Call By Natalie J. Woodall Cover Image
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ISBN: 9781626192089
Published: History Press - October 8th, 2013

Although far from the fighting, the residents of Oswego County were forever changed by the Civil War. One of the few regions that never forced a draft, thousands of men volunteered, motivated by patriotism, abolitionism or a yearning for adventure. Neither they nor their families were ever the same, and local author Natalie Joy Woodall relates their diverse experiences.