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General


Conflicts 1856-1858
1850 Fort Clark Garrison Census
1883 Pensioners on the Roll



Civil War
1861-1865

The first major event in Boone County military history was the Civil War.
In the spring of 1861, the War Department made a call for volunteers.
Iowa was asked to provide one regiment, which it exceeded by nine regiments.
By the end of the war, Iowa had furnished 48 infantry regiments, and nine calvary regiments.

Call for Volunteers/Units
Soldier Roster
Regiments
Veteran Burials
GAR Post Locations
 Regiments with Names of Soldiers from 1880 History
GAR State Encampment 1906

Grant, Hector
12th Iowa Infantry Co. K. Age 32. Residence Boone County, nativity New York.
Enlisted Nov. 4, 1864. Mustered Nov. 4, 1864. Died April 9, 1865, Mound City, Ill.
Buried in Mound City National Cemetery, Illinois.
Hector Grant Gravestone


Iowa in the Civil War Special Project (Offsite)
Iowa in the Civil War Special Project



World War I
1917-1918

Honor Roll

Iowa in the Great War Special Project (Offsite)
Iowa in the Great War Special Project



World War II
1941-1945

Casualties
Gold Star Honor Wall

Iowa in World War II Special Project (Offsite)
Iowa in World War II Special Project



Korea
1950-1953

Casualties



Vietnam
1955-1975

Casualties



Other Resources

Iowa Army National Guard

National Archives and Record Administration