Tuesday, November 29, 2:00-3:00 pm
Location: Room 302
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Presenter: Tom Schulein
When the call for war came in 1861, Iowans overwhelmingly agreed to serve as soldiers and in other capacities. Two training camps were situated on the outskirts of Iowa City and one regiment was comprised of mostly Johnson County soldiers. Learn about what made Iowa unique among all of the states, both Union and Confederate, and how its troops served the Union cause.