Table of Contents: Preface; Rural School Graduation Poem; Gold Stars; In the Service; To My Soldier; The Drafted Group from the County; Cottonwood County Draft Board; Two and Three Quarter Millions in Liberty Bonds; The Cottonwood County Farm Bureau Played Its Part; Armenian and Syrian Relief; The County Publoc Safety Commission; The United War Work Campaign; Bingham Lake Boy Scouts; Cottonwood County Women's Auxilary of the National Council of Defense; Food Administration; History of Cottonwood County Chapter of American Red Cross and Its War Work; The Second Red Cross War Fund Drive; Junior Red Cross for Cottonwood County; The Cottonwood County Press; Minnesota Home Guards; The Legal Advisory Board; Stories from the Battle Front (The Lost Battalion; Fought in the St. Mihiel and Meuse Argonne; The Surrender of the GermanHigh Seas Fleet; Herman R. Quade George H. Rand; Bert L. Anderson; Andrew Aarsand; 24 Days in the Argonne, and Seven Months in Germany; Baked Rolls for President Wilison and his Staff; The Yanks in Berlin; The America First Association; The Medical Advisory Board; Cottonwood County's Financial Part in the War; Some Interesting Facts about the World's War and Its Results; The Home Coming Celebration; 1917--1918 Khaki and Blue 1861-1865; Army Divisions; Home Again; War Chronology; Where Our Soldiers Were in France; Wilson's Fourteen Points of Peace.
List of Photographs: Marshal Foch; General J.J. Pershing; President Woodrow Wilson; Governor J.A.A. Burnquist; The First Volunteers from Cottonwood County; "Off for the Front"; Gold Stars; Camp Dodge, Iowa, September 21, 1917. The Last Farewell September 21, 1918. Soldiers; Camp Dodge, Iowa, Feb. 29, 1918.; Camp Dodge, Iowa, Feb. 24,1918; Cincinnati, Ohio, April 8, 19118; Columbus Barracks, Columbus, Ohio, May 2, 1918; Camp Lewis, Washington, May 27, 1918; Camp Grant, Ill. June 25, 1918; Camp Wadsworth, S.C., July 24, 1918; Jefferson Barracks, Mo., Aug. 9; 1918; Camp Grant, Ill., Sept. 4, 1918; University of Minneapolis, Minn., June 15, 1918; Deaf Asylum, Indianapolis, Ind., Aug. 14, 1918; Ft. Snelling, Minn., Sept. 3, 19181; Camp Sept. 3, 1918; Camp Grant, Ill. Aug. 28, 1918; Camp Forrest, Oct. 23, 1918. Dunwoody Institute Sept., 19, 1918.; St. Paul Minn., July 15, 1918; Cottonwood County Draft Board; Liberty Loan Committy of the City of Windom; Liberty Loan Committy of the Village of Jeffers; Liberty Loan Committy of the Village of Storden; Liberty Loan Committy of the Village of Mountain Lake; Liberty Loan Committy of the Village of Westbrook; Liberty Loan Committy of Midway Township; Liberty Loan Committy of Southbrook Township; Liberty Loan Committy of Dale Township; Liberty Loan Committy of Amboy Township; Liberty Loan Committy of Westbrook Township; Liberty Loan Committy of Rose Hill Township; Liberty Loan Committy of Lakeside Township; Liberty Loan Committy of Amo Township; Liberty Loan Committy of Ann Township; Liberty Loan Committy of Mountain Lake Township; Liberty Loan Groups; Liberty Loan Committy of Storden Township; Liberty Loan Committy ofHighwater Township; Liberty Loan Committy of Carson Township; Bingham Lake Boy Scouts; The Windom Band; Cottonwood War Workers; Executive Committee of the Cottonwood County American Red Cross Chapter; Storden Red Cross Branch; Bingham Lake Red Cross Branch; Amo Auxiliary; Dale Red Cross Auxiliary; Jeffers Red Cross Workers; Lakeside Red Cross Auxiliary; Windom Chapter American Red Cross; Westbrook Red Cross Branch; Officers of the Highwater Red Cross Auxiliary; Champion Knitters; CO. C, 5th Battalion, Minnesota Home Guards; High School Military Training; Homecoming Scenes, May 2, 1919; Memorial Day 1920; Veterans of the Civil War; Home Again.
LoC Subjects: World War, 1914-1918--Minnesota--Cottonwood County.
|Title||Cottonwood County Minnesota In the World War 1917 - 1918 - 1919|
|Publisher||J. O. Thompson|
|Published Place||Windom, MN|
|Library of Congress Control Number||22014519|