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Thank you for submitting your question on the History Hub! There are some local resources relating to the Missouri Home Guard that you can access both online and in-person. The Hulston Library at the Wilson's Creek National Battlefield in Springfield, Missouri has a large collection of volumes, rosters, and documents pertaining to military actions in the Trans-Mississippi theater. Along with researching regimental histories, they can also perform genealogical research connected to the Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System (CWSSS). Some of their material is accessible online, but any extensive research should be conducted on-site due to the large size of their collections. They can be contacted here: https://www.nps.gov/wicr/planyourvisit/library.htm
The Polk County Genealogical Society located in Bolivar, Missouri is another good starting point in accessing Civil War history regarding local militia and regiments operating in Missouri. Polk County Genealogical Society, Inc. Headquartered in Bolivar, Missouri, USA
Another option for investigating the Hawkins Taylor Commission is checking out the State Adjutant General's Reports from the Civil War, which you can find online at the National Archives website: State Adjutant Generals' Reports for the Civil War. The Record Group containing the Adjutant General's Office records can also be found here: Records of the AGO, 1780s-1917
Thank you again for using the History Hub and good luck with your research!