Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War (SUVCW)
"Preserving the Memory of the Grand Army of the Republic and our Ancestors who Fought to Preserve the Union 1861-1865" This is the National SUVCW site and includes information about membership.
Visit their web site at www.suvcw.org
Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War, Iowa Department
This site provides information of the Iowa Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War (SUVCW) including photos and news of events in the Camps and Department.
Visit their web site at iowasuvcw.org
Civil War Primer
This site has a variety of well-written and well-researched articles by Pat Granstra. A number of these articles are about or have a connection to Iowans.
Visit their web site at www.civilwarprimer.com
Nebraska Civil War Monuments
This is a very complete site showing Nebraska Civil War Monuments.
Visit their web site at www.civilwarmuseumnc.org/monuments.html
Missouri Civil War Monuments
This site is very thorough and includes all known Civi War Monuments in the state. On each listed, there is a link to SUVCW Form 61 which shows much more detailed information about the monument.
Visit their web site at www.SUVCWMO.org/missouri-monuments.html
Kansas Civil War Monuments
This is an outstanding site with Kansas Civil War monuments. It includes a live map of the location of all monuments in the state.
Visit their web site at kscwmonuments.com
Wisconsin Civil War Monuments
This is a very good site with a number of Wisconsin Civil War monuments. From the Department home page - go to the "Wisconsin Civil War Memorials" link.
Visit their web site at suvcw-wi.org/index2.html
Civil War Monuments in Ohio
This is a very good site that has Ohio Civil War Monuments. There is an introduction that covers monument designs, honorees and monument builders.
Visit their web site at library.cincymuseum.org/cwdetails7help.htm
Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United Sates, Iowa Commandery
The Military Order of the Loyal Legion (MOLLUS) was composed of Union officers and, today, of descendents of these officers. Many members presented papers that have added greatly to knowledge about the war.
Visit their web site at suvcw.org/mollus/ia.htm
Society of the War of 1812. Iowa Chapter.
The Iowa Chapter was recently organized. It has developed this very fine web site showing a list of over 600 War of 1812 Veterans buried in Iowa.
Visit their web site at www.iowa1812.org
Iowa Sons of the American Revolution
This is an excellent site for Iowa members of the SAR. The SAR and SUVCW have similar interests and have worked together on projects.
Visit their web site at www.iassar.org
Des Moines Civil War Round Table
The Civil War Round Table holds monthly meetings from September through May with excellent programs. Check this site for more details.
Visit their web site at www.dmcivilwar.com
Cedar Valley Civil War Round Table
This is a very nice web site for the Cedar Valley Round Table from the Waterloo/Cedar Falls area. They have regular monthly programs.
Visit their web site at www.cvcwrt.org
The Memoirs and Diary of Private Jefferson Moses of the 93rd Illinois
Private Jefferson Moses, my Great Grandfather, was a soldier in the Illinois 93rd Infantry Regiment. After the War, he moved to Story County Iowa. This includes his diary, memoirs, photos and other documents.
Visit their web site at www.ioweb.com/civilwar
Civil War Diary of Eugene Goodwin
Eugene Goodwin kept a diary while serving in the New York 99th Infantry Regiment. After the war, he was a teacher and later became a doctor in Baxter, Iowa. His Granddaughter, Louise McKlveen, formerly of Prairie City, Iowa, transcribed the diary.
Visit their web site at www.ioweb.com/civilwar/goodwin_diary
Letters from an Iowa Soldier in the Civil War
These are wonderful letters written by Private Newton Scott of the Iowa 36th Infantry Regiment to Hannah Cone. Both were from Albia, Iowa. They married after the war and raised 9 children.
Visit their web site at www.civilwarletters.com/index.html
Iowa 22nd Infantry Regiment
This site has information about the Iowa 22nd which is noted for leading the assault at Vicksburg on May 22, 1864 and for being one of few Iowa regiments that fought in the east. There is information about an excellent book that has just been published, "Vanishing Footprints", written by the Adjutant of the Iowa 22nd, Samuel Pryce.
Visit their web site at 22iowa.com
Army of the Southwest Re-enactors
This is an large active group of re-enactors from Iowa
Visit their web site at www.armysw.com
Iowa in the Civil War Project
This site has many interesting links to Iowa Civil War sites.
Visit their web site at iagenweb.org/civilwar/
Confederates from Iowa
This is an excellent blog by David Connon.
Visit their web site at www.confederatesfromiowa.com