A resource and meeting-place

for those interested in the 

22nd Iowa Volunteer Infantry

(1862-1865)

and the men who served under its flag during the American Civil War.


Above from top left: Image from the lost Vicksburg tableau painting; The National Colors carried by the 22nd in 1862 and 1863 (image courtesy SHSI); the 1886 regimental reunion in Iowa City


One of Fox's "Fighting 300" regiments

The 22nd traveled from the shores of the James River to the wilds of Texas. It saw action in the East, Trans-Appalachian, and Trans-Mississippi theaters of the War, and served well in all of them. Learn about this distinguished unit's sacrifice in the cause of  Union.

Their history and stories

Included here are a brief regimental history, submissions from 22nd Iowa descendants, details on the Regimental history "Vanishing Footprints", notable veterans of the Regiment, and where to go for more information. See the menu bar above.

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