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Thomas W. Knox

Thomas W. Knox: Civil War Correspondent in Missouri

By Robert G. Schultz

The first year of the war in Missouri as reported by New York Herald correspondent Thomas W. more.

Free Child of the Missouri Compromise

Iowa and the Civil War

Volume 1:
Free Child of the Missouri Compromise

By Kenneth L. Lyftogt

It's finally available! Volume 1 of the most comprehensive history of Iowa and the Civil War ever written, and the first in 130 more.

General J. O. Shelby at Clarendon, Arkansas

General J. O. Shelby at Clarendon, Arkansas

By Don Roth
The War as it was fought west of the Mississippi River has perhaps been the least covered of all the aspects of the conflict... read more.

Campaigns of the 20th Iowa Infantry

Campaigns of the 20th Iowa Infantry: With Personal Reminiscences of the War

By J. D. Barnes. Edited by M. Lawrence Shannon

356 pages, illustrated, notes, bibliography, roster, index. Available in both paperback and cloth with dust jacket.

Between January 21, 1887, and May 11, 1888, Joseph D. Barnes of Le Claire, Iowa, wrote 66 articles for the Port Byron (IL) Globe, in which he recounted his experiences as a common soldier in the 20th Iowa Volunteer Infantry in the Civil more.

Reminiscences of the 22nd Iowa

Reminiscences of the 22nd Iowa Infantry

by Samuel C. Jones.
We first published a hardcover reprint of this 1907 memoir in 1993. That edition has been out-of-print for a while. A new paperback edition is now more