The Irish Wilderness; Railroad; civil war: Mark Twain Forest; Rev. Hogan; MO. Irish part 7


The Irish Wilderness settlement, led by the Rev. J.J. Hogan into southeast Missouri. Plans, encampment, troubles, civil war, present day remains in the Mark Twain National Forest. In person investigation. This section also includes conclusions and summary, and notice of items found only in the printed edition of “Missouri Irish”.

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