The Price of Our Heritage – In memory of the Heroic Dead of the 168th Infantry

By Winfred E. Robb (Chaplin)
Published 1919 at Des Moines, Iowa
American Lithographing and Printing

Compiled by members of the Pottawattamie County Genealogical Society

P.O. Box 394, Council Bluffs, IA  51502-0394

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The first 25 pages of this book give a brief history of the “Old Third Iowa” Infantry, which was formed in Council Bluffs, Iowa in 1859, until its arrival in France in 1918. The 168th Infantry was originally made up of the First, Second and Third Iowa National Guard Infantry units – The Rainbow Division. This book lists the men killed in action; it has excellent pictures of most but not all the men. It tells where they were buried and how they were killed. It gives the name of their parents or relative and their address. The entire book can be viewed here. For help finding names or to obtain copies of pages, visit the Frontier Heritage Library or email the PCGS.
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