These Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) historical records are dedicated to the soldiers, sailors, and marines who served in the Army or Navy of the United States of America and defended the Union and its principles during the Civil War.
The information above is also available as separate, smaller-sized, files below to make it easier to download.
- Early History of the Arizona GAR (532KB)
- Arizona GAR Encampments 1888-1893 (19MB)
- Arizona GAR Encampments 1894-1899 (34MB)
- Arizona GAR Encampments 1900-1905 (23MB)
More information about Arizona’s Union soldiers:
- Historical Sketch of the John W. Owen Post #5, Grand Army of the Republic, Phoenix, AZ
- Prominent Arizona Union Soldiers
- Union soldiers who served in Arizona and are mentioned in the Hayden Arizona pioneer biographical files
- Members of the 1st Arizona Volunteer Infantry Regiment Who Died in U.S. Service
- African American Union Volunteers in Arizona Territory, 1865-1866
The Arizona Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) records listed above were compiled and written by David A. Swanson, Past Camp Commander, Picacho Peak Camp No. 1. The GAR video and the biographical records of Union soldiers that served in Arizona were collected by David R. Jackson, the Department of the Southwest’s graves registration officer.