1st Regiment Iowa Volunteer Infantry - African Descent
in the War of the Rebellion
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Term of service three years. Mustered into the service of the United States at Keokuk, Iowa, and Benton Barracks, Mo., of dates ranging from Oct. 11, 1863, to Dec. 4, 1863, by Lieutenant Colonel William N. Grier and Colonel B. L. E. Bonneville, United States Army. Mustered out of service (Sixtieth Regiment United States Colored Troops) Oct. 15, 1865, Devall's Bluff, Ark.

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Transcribed by Linda Suarez
from the Roster and Record of Iowa Soldiers, Vol. V

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