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Revolutionary War (1775-1783)

Revolutionary War Soldiers Buried in Floyd County:  A brief biography of the six Revolutionary War soldiers known to be buried in Floyd County.

War of 1812 (1812-1815)

Veterans of the War of 1812:  Partial list of applicants for pensions, with mention of Col. Gilbert Bud and the “Yellow Jackets”.

Mexican War (1846-1848)

The Spencer Greys:  By One of Their Own (newspaper account written 35 years after the Mexican War, with descriptions of Camp Belknap, Saltillo, Monterey, and Buena Vista).

Civil War (1861-1865)

81st Indiana:  Its Annual Reunion on Friday in this City and Election of Officers.  Brief History of the Gallant Regiment in the Civil War.

Camp Noble:  The management of affairs at Camp Noble, in this city.

Gray Heads and Gray Beards:  1894 reunion of the 23rd and 38th Regiments of the Indiana Volunteer Infantry.  These men served in the Civil War under the command of Col. William L. Sanderson (23rd) and Col. Benjamin F. Scribner (38th).
A Historical Sketch of the 23rd Indiana Volunteer Infantry:  (July 29, 1861 to July 23, 1865)  Written by Shadrach K. Hooper, First Lieutenant and Adjutant.
Morgan’s Beacon:  The Sweet Gum Stable (later Farmers’ Feed & Supply) at West 7th and Main Streets was used as a warning beacon to alert Morgan’s Raiders of a strong military defense in New Albany.
Some Civil War Recollections:  Luther Miller, Company E, 81st Indiana Volunteer Infantry.

World War I (1914-1918)

Gold Star Honor Roll:  A record of men from Floyd County who died in the service of the United States and the Allied Nations in the World War, 1914-1918.

Korean War (1950-1953)

17th Infantry in Korea:  Interview with Sgt. Louis Eve, conducted by Judge Stuart Namm (retired), during the 2006 reunion of the 17th Infantry, produced by Legal Eagle Productions.