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  • Iowa in the US Civil War (USA) 1861-1865

    This project is used to relate all units from Iowa who served in the Union Army.

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  • United States Senators from Iowa

    United States Senators from Iowa United States Senators from Iowa (U.S. Senate website): List of United States Senators from Iowa (with wikipedia links):

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  • 3rd Iowa Infantry (USA), US Civil War

    The 3rd Iowa Infantry was organized at Keokuk, Iowa and mustered into Federal forces on June 8, 1861. The regiment was consolidated into a battalion of three companies in July, 1864 after those members of the regiment who did not reenlist mustered out and the survivors were transferred to 2nd Regiment Iowa Volunteer Infantry as Companies "A," "F," and "I" on November 4, 1864.

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  • U.S.A. Indigenous peoples-Upper Plains

    North American Tribes Upper Plains Includes the Following States Iowa | Kansas | Minnesota | Missouri | Nebraska | North Dakota | South Dakota Includes the Following Tribes Apache ( Jicarilla) Arapaho Arikara Assiniboin Blackfoot Brulé Sioux Caddo Cheyenne Cherokee Chippewa Chiwere Family Comanche Dakota (Sioux) Delaware Dotame Foxes Gros Ventre Hathawekela (Absentee Sh...

  • Native American Tribes- State of Iowa

    Links Naming Conventions

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  • 21st Iowa Infantry (USA), US Civil War

    The 21st Iowa Volunteer Infantry Regiment was organized at Camp Franklin in Dubuque, Iowa, on September 9, 1862 and mustered out at Baton Rouge, Louisiana, on July 15, 1865. More than 76,000 Iowans served in the Civil War, 13,001 died; more volunteers, per capita, than any other state. Here's a brief history of the 21st Iowa Regiment. Important Battles (* Vicksburg campaign ** Mobile campaign...

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  • 46th Iowa Infantry (USA), US Civil War

    The 46th Regiment Iowa Volunteer Infantry was an infantry regiment that served in the Union Army during the American Civil War. It was among scores of regiments that were raised in the summer of 1864 as Hundred Days Men, an effort to augment existing manpower for an all-out push to end the war within 100 days. -Sources:

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