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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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01319

A. FLAG: National flag of the 29th Iowa Infantry Regiment, Company D, with General Bussey. 1 layer. Civil War. Hand sewn. Cloth (cotton). Company flag. Made by the women of Quincy, Iowa. Object No: 1319, tagged only. 34 stars and 12 stripes HISTORY: The 29th Iowa Infantry was mustered into service on December 1, 1862, and the regiment was mustered out in Davenport, Iowa, on August 19, 1865. Total enrollment-1485 Killed-23 Wounded-107 Died of wounds-18 Died of disease-249 Discharged-157 Buried in national cemeteries-140 Captured-65 Transferred-38 SOURCES: Ingersoll, Lurton Denham. Iowa and the Rebellion. Philadelphia. Lippincott, 1866. Logan, Guy E. Roster and Records of

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1983.023 - 1983.023

A. FLAG: Flag patterned after a US national. Used by the 27th Iowa Infantry Regiment, Company H. 1 layer. Hand sewn. Cloth (cotton, wool). Flag was made by a group of women of Quasqueton, Iowa between 1861-1862. Object No: 1983.23, tagged only HISTORY: The 27th Iowa Infantry was organized at Camp Franklin near Dubuque from companies raised in northeast Iowa. The companies were mustered into service through September and October of 1862. The regiment's first assignmnet was to travel north and oversee the encounters with Native American tribes in the area; this included ensuring payment to annuity to the Ojinwa Tribe. The 27th Iowa was mustered out of service August 8, 1865, in Clin

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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 - 2001.071.121

A. FLAG: 23rd Iowa Infantry Regiment (volunteers) flag. Civil War. Constructed in a pattern of a U.S. Regimental flag. Dar blue silk fabric 1 layer of fabric. Machine sewn. See object file for detailed condtion and treatment notes. Images also in object file. Object No. 2001.71.121, tagged only B. FINIAL: The finial consists of a decorative piece of cast brass which would have been attached to the top of the pole staff. It consists of the trunk or finial connect, sphere and blade. The connector is tubed shapped and tappered to connection point. The blade is twist-tighted into the finial connector at the ball end. The blade is spade shaped with the lower edges beveled and

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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 - 2001.071.122

A. FLAG: Flag of the 23rd Iowa Infantry Regiment. Patterned after a U.S. regimental flag. Civil War. 1 layer. Governmental issue. Cloth/pigment. Machine sewn.Accompanying flag is the staff, cord/tassels. Standard 6 x 6.5' Object No: 2001.71.122, all parts tagged only HISTORY: The 23rd Iowa was organized at Camp Burnside in Des Moines, Iowa, and mustered into service on September 19, 1862. The highest number of recuits for the 23rd Iowa Infantry came from Polk county, but many also came from surrounding areas (Dallas, Jasper, Story, Marion, Wayne, Pottawattamie, Harrison, Page, Montgomery, Madison, Cass, and Marshall). Mustered out of service July 26, 1865, in Harrisburg Texa

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2001.071 - 2001.071.116

A. FLAG: 21st Iowa Infantry Regimental with staff, cord/tassel. Removed from SE Capitol case, September 22-25, 2004. Civil War HISTORY: The 21st Iowa Infantry was gradually organized and mustered into service at Camp Franklin August 23rd, 1862. Most of the volunteers came from Dubuque, Clayton and Delaware counties. The 21st Iowa was mustered out of service on July 28th, 1865, in Clinton, Iowa. Total enrollment-1181 Killed-41 Wouned-165 Died of wounds-32 Died of disease-160 Discharged-180 Buried in national cemeteries-89 Captured-56 SOURCES: Crooke, George. The Twenty-First Regiment of Iowa Volunteer Infantry, A Narrative of its Experience in Active Service. Milwaukee, Wis

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2001.071 - 2001.071.117

A. FLAG: 21st Iowa Infantry National with staff, cord/tassel. Removed from SE Capitol case, September 22-25, 2004. finial/connector. Civil War HISTORY: The 21st Iowa Infantry was gradually organized and mustered into service at Camp Franklin August 23, 1862. Most of the volunteers came from Dubuque, Clayton, and Delaware counties. The 21st Iowa was mustered out of service on July 28th, 1865, in Clinton, Iowa. Total enrollment-1181 Killed-41 Wounded-165 Died of wounds-32 Died of disease-160 Discharged-180 Buried in national cemeteries-89 Captured-56 SOURCES: Crooke, George. The Twenty-First Regiment of Iowa Volunteer Infantry, A Narrative of its Experience in Active Service

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2001.071 - 2001.071.132

A. FLAG: 27th Iowa Infantry National with staff, cord and tassel. Removed from SE Capitol case, September 22-23, 2004. finial/connector. Civil War HISTORY: The 27th Iowa Infantry was organized at Camp Franklin near Dubuque from companies raised in northeast Iowa. The companies were mustered into service through September and October of 1862. The regiment's first assignment was to travel nort and oversee encounters with the Native American tribes; this included ensuring the payment of annuity to the Ojinwa Tribe. The 27th Iowa was mustered out of service August 8, 1865, in Clinton, Iowa. Total enrollment-1172 Killed-17 Wounded-142 Died of wounds-14 Died of disease-165 Discharged

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2001.071 - 2001.071.133

A. FLAG: 27th Iowa Infantry Regimental with staff. Removed from SE Capitol case, September 22-23, 2004. finial. Civil War HISTORY: The 27th Iowa Infantry was organized at Camp Franklin near Dubuque from companies raised in northeast Iowa. The companies were mustered into service through September and October of 1862. The regiment's first assignment was to travel north and oversee encounters with Native American tribes in the area; this included ensuring payment of annuity to the Ojinwa Tribe. The 27th Iowa was mustered out of service August 8, 1865, in Clinton, Iowa. Total enrollment-1172 Killed-17 Wounded-142 Died of wounds-14 Died of disease-165 Discharged-224 Buried in natio

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2001.071 - 2001.071.134

A. FLAG: 27th Iowa Infantry Regimental with staff, cord and tassel. Removed from SE Capitol case, September 22-23, 2004. finial connector/1 screw. Civil War HISTORY: The 27th Iowa was organized at Camp Franklin near Dubuque from companies raised in northeast Iowa. The companies were mustered into service through September and October of 1862. The regiment's first assigment was to travel north and oversee encounters with the Native American tribes; this included ensuring payment of annuity to the Ojinwa Tribe. The 27th Iowa was mustered out of service August 8, 1865, in Clinton, Iowa. Total enrollment-1172 Killed-17 Wounded-142 Died of wounds-14 Died of disease-165 Discharged-22

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2001.071 - 2001.071.139

A. FLAG: 29th Iowa Infantry National with staff, cord and tassel. Removed from SE Capitol case, September 22-23, 2004. finial/connector/2 screws/fragments. Civil War HISTORY: The 29th Iowa Infantry was mustered into service on December 1, 1862, and at the end of the war the regiment was mustered out in Davenport, Iowa, on August 19, 1865. Total enrollment-1485 Killed-23 Wounded-107 Died of wounds-18 Died of disease-249 Discharged-157 Buried in national cemeteries-140 Captured-65 Transferred-38 SOURCES: Ingersoll, Lurton Denham. Iowa and the Rebellion. Philadelphia. Lippincott, 1866. Logan, Guy E. Roster and Record of Iowa Troops in the Rebellion. Volume 3. Des Moines, Io

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2001.071 - 2001.071.140

A. FLAG: 29th Iowa Infantry Regimental with staff, cord and tassel. Removed from SE Capitol case, September 22-23, 2004. finial/connector, large bag with wire used to secure flag to staff. Civil War HISTORY: The 29th Iowa Infantry was mustered into service on December 1, 1862, and the regiment was mustered out in Davenport, Iowa,-23 on August 19, 1865. Total enrollment-1485 Killed-23 Wounded-107 Died of wounds-18 Died of disease-249 Discharged-157 Buried in national cemeteries-140 Captured-65 Transferred-38 SOURCES: Ingersoll, Lurton Denham. Iowa and the Rebellion. Philadelphia. Lippincott, 1866. Logan, Guy E. Roster and Records of Iwoa Troops in the Rebellion. Volume

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B 00207

A. FLAG: 21st Iowa Infantry Regiment's (Co. D) flag patterned after a U.S. national. 1 layer. Cloth; pigment. Machine and hand sewn (white cotton thread). Stenciled. Governmental issue. HISTORY: This flag was made by the ladies of Elkader, Iowa, presented to the 21st Iowa in August 1862 and carried by Gilbert Cooley, Lieut. in Co. D, 21st Iowa Inf.--according to a June 18, 1929 letter from G. Wiltsie of Montezuma, Iowa. The 21st Iowa Infantry was gradually organized and mustered into service at Camp Franklin August 23, 1862. Most of the volunteers came from Debuque, Clayton, and Delaware counties. The 21st Iowa was mustered out of service on July 28th, 1865, in Clinton, Iowa.

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B 00297

A. FLAG: Flag of Company D of the 21st Iowa Infantry. Presented by William P. Cooley of Waukon,Iowa May 24, 1913. (Boardman Cooley of Dubuque, Iowa). "Turned over to Mr. Dody April 6, 1917" HISTORY: The 21st Iowa Infantry was gradually organized and mustered into service at Camp Franklin August 23, 1862. Most of the volunteers came from Dubuque, Clayton, and Delaware counties. The 21st Iowa was mustered out of service on July 28th, 1865, in Clinton, Iowa. Total enrollment-1181 Killed-41 Wounded-165 Died of wounds-32 Died of disease-160 Discharged-180 Buried in national cemeteries-89 Captured-56 SOURCES: Crooke, George. The Twenty-First Regiment of Iowa Volunteer Infant

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SW 053

A. FLAG: Flag, 33 stars. An old flag with thirty-three stars claimed to be a flag of the 23rd Iowa Infantry. Great star pattern. Presented by daughter of Captain J.A.T. Hull, a Des Moines native HISTORY: The 23rd Iowa Infantry was organized at Camp Burnside in Des Moines, Iowa, and mustered into service on September 19, 1862. The highest number of recruits for the 23rd Iowa Infantry came from Polk county, but many also came from surrounding areas (Dallas, Jasper, Story, Marion, Wayne, Pottawattamie, Harrison, Page, Montgomery, Madison, Cass, and Marshall). Mustered out of service July 26, 1865, in Harrisburg Texas. Total enrollment-1070 Killed-64 Wounded-135 Died of wounds-40