Company C 8th Iowa Volunteer Infantry Regiment photograph
Scope and Contents
Photocopy of original Civil War era photograph showing group of eight men in uniform including Lytle Stephens seated on the right; believe to have been taken St. Louis c1863.
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Biographical / Historical
The 8th Iowa distinguished itself at the Battle of Shiloh as well as at Spanish Fort in Mobile, Alabama. Much of the Regiment was captured in the Hornets' Nest salient at Shiloh, but most survived captivity to be paroled and exchanged later in 1862.
1 images (1 folder)
Language of Materials
Range 42 Section 1 [shares box]
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