The Lyon Campaign in Missouri: Being a History of the First Iowa Infantry and of the Causes which Led Up to Its Organization, and how it Earned the Thanks of Congress, which it Got, Together with a Birdseye View of the Conditions in Iowa Preceding the Great Civil War of 1861

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Press of the Camp Pope Bookshop, 1907 - History - 383 pages
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Contents

Early Iowa The Mississippi River Saint Louis Rivers
1
Pistols and game Schools Indians Free negroes
12
The churches Lecturers Horsethieves Robbers
22
The harnessmaker The workman The discussions
31
Fremonts defeat Troubles in Kansas Zouave company
44
The Dred Scott Decision The John Brown episode
56
Iowa sovereignty Zouave uniform Constant drilling
63
State acceptance April 20th Music of the Union
78
July llth Wild hogs De Soto Soap in shoes Ward
190
July 13th Short food Free fights Trousers wrecked
201
July 16th Syester and I The Old Mill A secesh family
213
July 19th Hard storm Diary saved Raw dough
224
July 22d The cards sacrificed The forests Chert
235
July 24th Return to Springfield Order of march Rebel
244
July 26th Butter and sausage Little York Lake
253
July 29th Dade county demonstration Picket duty
262

Keokuk Constant drill The officers The cooks Sick
92
June comes Rain Tobacco Poker Zouave drill
101
Union flag Macon Serenades Huestis and Grimes
115
June 21st Boots Lyon and Blair Our steamboat
127
June 27th Inspection of arms Brogans and socks
139
July 1 1861 Claib Jackson and Stump Price Boasting
150
July 3d The start The ovation The boys The how
159
July 6th Outmarch regulars 23mile march Lyon
168
July 8th Grand river Osage river Wagons lightened
179
August 2d Up early Line of battle formed The Rebel
272
August 4th Loss of the bakeoven The return Intense
286
August 7th Change of camp Mrs Phelps Made Cor
298
Orders to fall in Lyons speech on August 9th Getting
310
Authors review of battle Our officers Official reports
328
Sunset Arrived in Springfield Everything hurlyburly
341
APPENDIX A
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