Divisional histories related to the services of Missourians during World War I, including rosters listing names of soldiers.
Gateway to state records concerning the Missouri-Mormon conflict, 1838-1841. Includes finding aids and some digitized records.
Database presents the service cards of over 576,000 Missourians who served in twelve wars and military engagements in the 19th and early 20th centuries.
These records can be found by searching the Missouri State Archives' Catalog for the author "Missouri. Office of the Adjutant General." The Adjutant General is the military secretary and chief of staff to the commander-in-chief, as well as the administrative head of the military establishment in the state.
The archives holds many military records of Missourians who served in domestic and foreign wars between 1812 and World War I. These records primarily consist of individual service cards. In some cases other information is available, such as payrolls, muster and descriptive rolls, reports, orders, and reparation claims. Missouri military records available at the Missouri State Archives is summarized below.
The MHM provides online access to its archives collection guides, including Civil War Manuscripts and other relevant collections.
Collection is an assortment of material relating to the history of the Missouri militia units acquired from a multiplicity of sources and arranged together due to common subject matter.