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United States Catholic Chaplains in the World War. Msgr. George J. Waring.  New York: Chauncey Holy Company, Inc., 1924.

Chaplains of the United States Army. Roy J. Honeywell.  Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1958.

War and Welfare: American Catholics and World War I.  Elizabeth McKeown.  New York: Garland Publishing, 1988.

The American Churches in World War I.  John F. Piper, Jr.  Athens, OH: Ohio University Press, 1985.

American Catholics in the War: National Catholic War Council, 1917 – 1921.  Michael Williams.  New York: Macmillan Company, 1921.

Other Waters: A History of the Dominican Sisters of Newburgh, New York.  Sister Mary Cecilia Murray, O.P.  Newburgh, NY: Dominican Sisters, 1993.

Father Duffy’s Story. Fr. Francis P. Duffy.  New York: George D. Doran Company, 1919.

New York’s Fighting Sixty-Ninth, John Mahon. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, Inc., 2004.

Duffy’s War. Stephen L. Harris. Washington DC: Potomac Books, 2006.

St. Joseph’s Seminary Dunwoodie, New York 1896-1921. Rev. Arthur J. Scanlan. New York: The United States Catholic Historical Society, 1922.

Knights of Columbus in Peace and War. Volume I and II.  Maurice Francis Egan and John B. Kennedy. New Haven, CT: Knights of Columbus, 1920

The Shamrock Battalion of the Rainbow. Martin J. Hogan. New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1919.

Special Thanks

The information in this exhibit would not have been possible without the help of the following individuals:

Sr. Maryellen Blumlein, S.C., Sisters of Charity Archives

Dan Burns, Archdiocese of Dubuque 

Alan Delozier, Seton Hall University

Alison M. Foley, Reference Archivist, St. Mary’s Seminary & University

Fr. Larry Ford, OFM, Holy Name of Jesus Church, Manhattan

Sr. Maureen Foy, O.P., Dominican Sisters of Sparkill Archives

Ben Himmelfarb, Librarian, White Plains Public Library

Shane MacDonald, Reference Archivist, The Catholic University of America

Mary R. McTamaney, City Of Newburgh Historian

Fr. Michael Morris, Church of Regina Coeli, Hyde Park

Patricia Orologio, St. Raymond’s Cemetery

Patrick Raftery, Westchester County Historical Society

Susan Ross, Canadian War Museum

Deirdre Rylander & Marianne Winstanley, Yonkers Historical Society

William J. Shepherd, Associate Archivist, The Catholic University of America

Kira Thompson, Local History Librarian, Poughkeepsie Public Library

Louis Zuccarello, Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church, Poughkeepsie