Sources of Information
|The Twenty-First Missouri -From Home Guard to Union Regiment |
Leslie Anders, Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 1975. 298p.
|The 21st Missouri Regiment Infantry Veteran Volunteers: Historical Memoranda |
Compiled by N.D. Starr and T.W. Holman; Fort Madison, IA: Roberts & Roberts, 1899. 38 p.
|A Union Soldier in the Land of the Vanquished: |
The Diary of Sergeant Mathew Woodruff, June-December, 1865
Matthew Woodruff; Ed. by F.N. Boney: Univ. of Alabama Press, 1969. 103p
|A Compendium of the War of the Rebellion |
Frederick H. Dyer; Torch Press; Cedar Rapids, Iowa, 1908..
|The War of the Rebellion: |
A Compilation of the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies.
4 series, 70 volumes, Government Printing Office, Washington, DC, 1880-1901.
|LDS film #1021082, Military Records - 21st Missouri Infantry, Companies A thru K |
Descriptive muster rolls for the 21st Missouri Volunteer Infantry Regiment.
|Missouri State Archive films # RG133-210 & RG133-211 |
Microfilms of 21st Missouri Muster cards
These films were very kindly given to me by Mr. David Barker.
| "The Much-traveled 21st Missouri fought for the Union in TN and TX and at points in between." William B. Allmon, America's Civil War Magazine - September 1996 - Commands - Pgs. 10,12,16, 80 & 82 |
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