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Monument for The Confederate Invasion of Iowa in Davis County, Iowa. image, Touch for more information
By Michael Dann Hayes
Monument for The Confederate Invasion of Iowa in Davis County, Iowa.
SHOWN IN SOURCE-SPECIFIED ORDER
1Iowa (Davis County), Bloomfield — The Confederate Invasion of Iowa Monument
On South West Street, 0.3 miles south of Karr Avenue, on the left when traveling south.
Site of The Confederate Invasion of Iowa 12th Day of October 1864. This monument marks the northern most point of incursion into Iowa by Confederate Forces. On October 12, 1864, Lieutenant James “Bill” Jackson led . . . Map (db m36092) HM
2Ohio (Carroll County), Salineville — Morgan’s Raid
On Salineville Road NE (Ohio Route 39) east of Oasis Road NE, on the right when traveling west.
Here on July 26, 1863 occurred the northernmost engagement of Confederate forces during the Civil War. In this immediate area, troops under Major General John H. Morgan, C.S.A., and General James Shackelford, U.S.A., met in full engagement. After . . . Map (db m243) HM
3Vermont (Franklin County), St. Albans — St. Albans Raid
On South Main Street (U.S. 7) north of Fairfield Street (Vermont Route 36), on the right when traveling north.
The Civil War entered Vermont, October 19, 1864, when 22 Confederates spread terror from the north, robbed three banks and shot up the town. Stealing horses, they fled back into Canada. There, after trial, they were freed and the banks partially . . . Map (db m61958) HM
 
 
  
  
 
 
Jan. 19, 2022