Missouri GAR Posts & History


This link will open an Adobe Acrobat "pdf" file containing

  a list of known GAR posts for Missouri.  A brief historical

  summary for each Post is included if available. 





GAR Records Catalog


This link will open the catalog page for Missouri

containing details on collections of GAR Department

and individual Post records (if known).


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Related SUVCW Websites (GAR info)

Dept. of Missouri

(includes Arkansas)


Missouri GAR Posts Project



Websites of Interest

Miller County Museum & Historical Society - GAR page

Roster of the GAR Dept. of Missouri, 1895

An online searchable resource containing the complete roster of the GAR

Department of Missouri, published in Kansas City, c.1895 (hosted by the

Missouri History Museum).


Grand Army of the Republic - Missouri Division - Index to Death Rolls 1882 - 1940

An online scanned reproduction of the book published in 1995.  Contains names abstracted from the death rolls published in the annual Journals of Proceedings of the Department Encampments, GAR Dept. of Missouri (hosted by the Missouri State Archives).


Library of Congress

Grand Army of the Republic and Kindred Societies

State Encampments: Bibliography





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Selected Bibliography (printed resources)

Cannon, Marie, and Parkinson, Josiah, 1995, Grand Army of the Republic - Division of Missouri Index to Death Rolls 1882-1940.  Columbia, MO: The State Historical Society of Missouri.  (See "Websites of Interest" for online version).











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