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Name 19th Iowa Infantry

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A. FLAG: 19th Infantry Regiment, Company C. Patterned after a U.S. National Hand made. Company flag. 1 layer. Civil War period. Object No: 409, tagged only HISTORY: On July 2, 1862, Lincoln issued a call for 300,000 additional men to volunteer for service. The 19th Iowa Infantry was quickly formed from the southeastern counties and mustered into service August 17-23, 1862, at Keokuk, Iowa. Total enrollment-1132 Killed-58 Wounded-198 Died of wounds-140 Died of disease-93 Discharged-209 Buried in national cemeteries-85 Captured-216 Transferred-43 SOURCES: Dungan, Irvine J. History of the Ninteenth Regiment Iowa Volunteer Infantry. Davenport, Iowa. Luse & Griggs, 18

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2001.071 - 2001.071.110

A. FLAG: 19th Iowa Infantry Regimental with staff, cord/tassel. Removed from SE Capitol case, September 22-25, 2004. finial/connector/end cap. Civil War HISTORY: On July 2, 1862, Lincoln issues a call for 300,000 additional men to volunteer for service. The 19th Iowa Infantry was quickly formed from the southeastern counties and mustered into service August 17-23, 1862. Total enrollment-1132 Killed-58 Wounded-198 Died of wounds-140 Died of disease-93 Discharged-209 Buried in national cemeteries-85 Captured-216 Transferred-43 SOURCES: Dungan, Irvine J. History of the Nineteenth Regiment Iowa Volunteer Infantry. Davenport, Iowa. Luse & Griggs, 1865. Ingersoll, Lurton Denham

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2001.071 - 2001.071.111

A. FLAG: 19th Iowa Infantry Regimental with staff, cord/tassel. Removed from SE Capitol case, September 22-25, 2004. finial/connector/end cap. Civil War HISTORY: On July 2, 1862, Lincoln issued a call for 300,000 additional men to volunteer for service. The 19th Iowa Infantry was quickly formed from the southeastern counties and mustered into service August 17-23, 1862. Total enrollment-1132 Killed-58 Wounded-198 Died of wounds-140 Died of disease-93 Discharged-209 Buried in national cemeteries-85 Captured-216 Transferred-43 SOURCES: Dungan Irvine J. History of the Nineteenth Regiment Iowa Volunteer Infantry. Davenport, Iowa. Luse & Griggs, 1865. Ingersoll, Lurton Denham.