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  1. In August of 1861 this regiment had 570 men in its ranks. In April of 1865 it surrendered 17 men at Appomattox Courthouse to Union forces.---
  2. History of the Second Iowa cavalry; containing a detailed account of its organization, marches, and the battles in which it has participated; also, a complete roster of each company.---

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  1. Extremely interesting and informative website---
  2. Pennsylvania Civil War infantry, cavalry & artillery rosters, histories, biographies, draft, journals, letters, medal of honor recipients, prisoners of war (POWs), & pensions of our Pennsylvania military ancestors. Use this free Pennsylvania database to help with your genealogy search.---

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  1. Lillian Henderson's six volume set includes about 75,000 names of Georgia soldiers serving in 803 companies of Georgia Infantry regiments 1 - 66. Volume 1 - includes rosters of the 1st -9th Regiments Georgia Infantry. Volume 2 - includes 10th - 23rd Regiments Georgia Infantry. Volume 3 - includes 24th-36th Regiments Georgia Infantry. Volume 4 - includes Co B 3d Battalion and 37th - 46th Regiments Georgia Infantry. Volume 5 - includes 11th Battalion and 47th - 57th Regiments Georgia Infantry---
  2. Experiencing the 6th North Carolina State Troops Civil War experience through the eyes of Historian and Reenactor, Rick Walton---
  3. The Illinois Civil War Project: A successful project to put Illinois Civil War Rosters, History and More on the Internet.---

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  1. Everything including the kitchen sink.---
  2. Compiled by a Civil War Veteran from The Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies and a variety of other sources, Dyer's Compendium offers the most complete list of organizations mustered by the State and Federal Governments for service in the Union Army. The Confederate section is currently "under construction" due to no single source for that information.---
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