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Excerpt from The Iowa Journal of History and Politics, Vol. 18: 1920
In Iowa conditions were much as in other parts of the country. For over a decade little was done in the way of militia legislation or organization. The law of 1864 and sections of other earlier acts which had not been repealed formed a conglomerate mass of legislation which was, to a large extent, neither understood nor enforced. During these years the Adjutant General was busied, for the most part, with straightening up matters connected with the Civil War, completing rosters of Iowa soldiers, and answer ing queries as to Iowa men in the service.
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