The Traer Iowa Historical Museum has put out a new book containing a diary and many letters from men of Company G 14th Iowa Infantry. Battles involved are Donelson, Shiloh, Pleasant Hill and others, as well as POW Camps Ogelthorpe in Macon Georgia and Ford in Tyler Texas.
There are newly discovered photos and a couple maps. Includes information on the lives of many of the men after the War.
Surnames mentioned are:
Alexander, Alldredge, Arbuthnot, Barnes, Barrett, Bates, Betts, Bowen, Boyle, Brannen, Breese, Brock, Brownell, Burright, Casaday, Chambers, Cheney, Clark, Cook, Cunningham, Davis, Dew, Dykeman,Eccles, Edwards, Elwell, Evans, Felter, Fingle, Fitch, Ford, Fox, Gallagher, Gallion, Gaston, Goit, Greenleaf, Grubbs, Hass, Hastings, Hate, Hazlett, Heath, Heimlich, Helm, Hoeffer, Holland, Hull, Hunnicutt, Ingham, Jenks, Jespersen, Joor, Jorden, Kellogg, Kern, Kile, Klein, Krewson, Larue, Lawrence, Leach, Lefler, Loomis, Loucks, Luke, McClaury, McKune, McLain, McRoberts, Maholm, Martin, Miller, Mills, Morton, Moyer, Nance, Nauerth, Oldroyd, Overturf, Palmer, Pemberton, Pierson, Pilcher, Pope, Powell, Rayme, Ricter, Rines, Rogers, Rosenberger, Shanklin, Shiner, Shropshire, Shumaker, Smith, Snelling, Spangler, Spear, Southwick, Stivers, Stoakes, Taylor, Thomas, Townsend, Vail, Vimpeny, Wade, Walker, Walrath, Whealen, Wilkins, Willey, Williams, Wills, Wilson, Wineman, Woodward, Yarham, Young, and Zehrung.