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Name Battle of Prairie Grove

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00033

A. FLAG: 37th Arkansas (2nd Brigade, Price's Division, District of Arkansas). A Trans-Mississippian Confederate battle flag of the 37th Arkansas (2nd Brigade, Price's Division, District of Arkansas) captured at Helena, Arkansas by the 33rd Iowa Infantry Regiment. Civil War Modified second issue of the Polk (Lt. Gen. Leonidas Polk) battle flag. Captured from Col. S. S. Bell unit. 1 layer. Cloth: wool, cotton. Hand sewn. HISTORY: First Corps, was an army corps within the Army of Tennessee, officially created in November 1862 and continued in existence until its surrender in April 1865 in North Carolina. It was also variously known as Polk's Corps, Hardee's Corps, and Cheatham's Corps

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00409

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.

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2001.071 - 2001.071.112

A. FLAG: 19th Iowa Infantry Modified U.S. flag constructed in a pattern of a U.S. National. 19th Infantry. Governmental Issue. Civil War period. 1 layer. Machine sewn. Hand painted honors and stars. 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,

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2001.071 - 2001.071.113

A. FLAG: 20th Iowa Infantry Regimental with staff, no cord/ tassel. Removed from SE Capitol case, September 22-25, 2004. finial/connector/end cap. Civil War Staff and accessory information located in Notes section. HISTORY: The 20th Iowa Infantry was mustered together on August 27, 1862, after Lincoln's July 2 call for an additional 300,000 volunteers. The men recruited were largely from Scott and Linn counties. The regiment was mustered out of service in Mobile, Alabama on July 8, 1865. Total enrollment-1026 Killed or drowned-20 Wounded-52 Died of wounds-7 Died of disease-130 Discharged-183 Buried in national cemeteries-66 Captured-13 Transferred-39 SOURCES: Barnes, J.D

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2001.071 - 2001.071.115

A. FLAG: 20th Iowa Infantry National with staff, cord/ tassel. Removed from SE Capitol case, September 22-25, 2004. finial/connector/partial cord. Civil War HISTORY: The 20th Iowa Infantry was mustered together August 27, 1862, after Lincoln's July 2nd call for an additional 300,000 volunteers. The men recruited were largely from Scott and Linn counties. The regiment was mustered out of service in Mobile, Alabams on July 8th, 1865. Total enrollment-1026 Killed or drowned-20 Wounded-52 Died of wounds-7 Died of disease-130 Discharged-183 Buried in national cemeteries-66 Captured-13 Transferred-39 SOURCES: Barnes, J.D. What I Saw You Do, Plat Byron, Illinois. Owen & Hall Pub

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I 11981

A. FLAG: silk, hand painted, shattered. "HAWK" with painted eye, "RANGERS" flag - first known reference . 1st Iowa Cavalry, Co. B (Hawkeye), Sept 2004-Sept 2005 Textile Preservation Associates for conservation HISTORY: Mustered into the service of the United States at Burlington and Davenport, Iowa on dates ranging from July 30 to September 12, 1861, by Captain Alexander Chambers, United States Army. Mustered out of service February 15, 1866, Austin, Texas. Term of service- 3 years. Total enrollment-2,115 Killed-49 Wounded-88 Died of wounds-21 Died of disease-189 Discharged-241 Buried in National cemeteries-143 Captured-22 Transferred-39 SOURCES: Fargo, O.J. The Common

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IC 1018

A. FLAG: 20th Iowa Infantry National, 34 star. See FlagPR #1 t13 for staff. Civil War From Iowa City HISTORY: The 20th Iowa Infantry was mustered together on August 27, 1862, after Lincoln's July 2nd call for and additional 300,000 volunteers. The men recruited were largely from Scott and Linn counties. The regiment was mustered out of service in Mobile, Alabama on July 8, 1865. Total enrollment-1026 Killed or drowned-20 Wounded-52 Died of wounds-7 Died of disease-130 Discharged-183 Buried in national cemeteries-66 Captured-13 Transferred-39 SOURCES: Barnes, J.D. What I Saw You Do. Plat Byron, Illinois. Owen & Hall Publishers. Barney, C. Recollection of Field Service

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IC 1027

A. FLAG: Associated banner for Confederate States of America garrison flag taken form Van Buren, Arkansas. See Flag #1 Top for staff. From Iowa City. Civil War B. ASSOCIATED BANNER: White cotton field with black stamped lettering reading; "Taken From the Court House in Van Buren, Arkensas, by Brig. Gen. F. J. Herron, December, ." Unfinished edges. Discolored overall. HISTORY: This gigantic first national Confederate flag was not captured in battle but as a was trophy from the courthouse in the town of Van Buren, Arkansas. It was taken by Brigadier General Francis J. Herron of Dubuque on December 27, 1862, following a successful surprise attack on the town while also attacking