- 6th Iowa Cavalry, 1862
- Civil War Prisoners, 1861-65
- Annie Wittenmyer, 1860s
- Grenville Dodge
- Grenville Dodge's Spy Network
- George Spencer: Spy
- Iowan's Views of Slavery
- Civil War Begins
- Iowans Go To War
- Governor Gathers an Army
- Iowa Regiments Leave for War
- Iowans Rebuild Railroad
- Civil War Battle in Iowa
- Iowans Fighting in Civil War
- Civil War Battle Re-enacted
- Iowa Deaths in Civil War
- Annie Wittenmeyer
- Annie Wittenmeyer Works for Soldiers
- Army Hospital Established in Keokuk
- Civil War Women
- Iowa's Civil War Heroes
- Iowans Return from the Civil War
- Grenville Dodge Builds Railroads
- Civil War Medal to Iowan
- Medal of Honor Recipient
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Iowa's Civil War Heroes
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Iowans who had been prominent in the war continued in public service after it. Abolitionist Josiah Grinnell was elected to Congress in 1862. Grenville Dodge left the war with the rank of Major General he continued as a railroad builder and promoter and was elected into Congress in 1866. Annie Wittenmeyer, who had take care of so many wounded and dying soldiers, opened a home for children who had been orphaned by the war. She continued her service in the Women Christian Temperance Union and worked actively to give women the right to vote. Barkley Coppoc, who took part in John Brown’s raid at Harper’s Ferry, joined the Union Army when the war broke out and was commissioned as a Third Lieutenant. He was killed by a train wreck caused by Confederates at St. Joseph, Missouri.
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