Civil War Sites

Civil War Sites

The Civil War Home Page Welcome to the Civil War Home Page, one of the largest and most comprehensive collections of Civil War related material available on the Internet. Including: Abolition & Slavery, Associations, Battles, Documents, General Interest, Letters & Diaries, People Photos, Reenacting, Shops & Dealers and Unit Information

The American Civil War Homepage This page lists web sites by: General, Music, Photographs, Secession Crisis, Biographical, Histories, Bibliographies, Documentary Records, Federal, State & Local Studies, Battles & Campaigns, Rosters & Regimental Histories, Civil War Reenactors, Civil War Round Tables, Fictional Accounts & Other Histories.

Shotgun’s Home of the Civil War (personal site) This page lists web sites by: Civil War Battles, Biographies, Medicine, Potpourri, Confederate States of America, Essays on the Civil War, Fox’s Regimental Losses, Letters about the War, Naval War, Other Civil War Sites, Overview of the Civil War, Shotgun’s Opinions, Strategies & Tactics, The Armies & Western Theater Discussion Group.

The American Civil War (Dakota State University) This page lists web sites by: Gateways, Archives, Libraries, and Institutes, The Armies, Army & Home Life, Art, Artillery, Battles, Battlefields, and Historic Sites, Bibliographies, Books, Book Dealers, and Publishers, The British, Connection, Bugle Calls, Canadians in the Civil War, Cavalry, Cities and Regions, College/High School Courses and Clubs, Colored Troops, Commercial Resources and Collecting, The Confederacy, Diaries, Letters, and Memoirs, Discussion Groups/Message Boards, Documents and Records, Fiction, Flags, Genealogy, Generals, Gettysburg, History, Lincoln, Magazines and Newspapers, Maps, Medicine and Hospitals, Money, USS Monitor, Movies and TV, Museums, Music, Native Americans in the Civil War, The Navies, Organizations, People, Photographs and Images – Old and New, Poetry, Prisons and Prisoners, Railroads, Reconstruction, Re-enactors (Living History), Regimental Histories, Slavery and Emancipation, Small Arms, Stamps, States in the Civil War, Sutlers’ Stores, Tours, Seminars, and Courses, Uniforms, Web Rings, Women in the Civil War & Other Sites Hard to Categorize.

The Civil War This page lists web sites by: Battles, People, Armies, Timeline, Documents, Weapons, Soldier Life, African Americans, Battlefields & Parks, Ships, Forts, Letters, Diaries, Cavalry, Photo Gallery, The Official Record, Battle Map, Women in the War, Music, Articles & Links.

Selected Civil War Photographs The Selected Civil War Photographs Collection contains 1,118 photographs. Most of the images were made under the supervision of Mathew B. Brady, and include scenes of military personnel, preparations for battle, and battle after-effects. The collection also includes portraits of both Confederate and Union officers, and a selection of enlisted men.

The Civil War for Kids The students in Mrs. Huber’s class at Pocantico Hills School in Sleepy Hollow, New York have been learning about the Civil War. We read about this important time in our nation’s history and wrote about it. We made a timeline of important events from 1860 to 1865. Our bar graphs contain data about the North and the South in 1861 when the Civil War began. Each graph compares the resources of the two regions. We looked at Civil War battle victories, used our mapping skills to examine the nation in detail, and made both Confederate and Union flags. We have drawings of Civil War uniforms, short biographies of Civil War leaders, images of other leaders, links to other Civil War Sites, and activity sheets for you to do. We hope you enjoy our work!

The Civil War Album Assembled here is a collection of over 2,000 pages including 7,900+ modern photos and panoramas of Civil War sites. The photos and narrative were provided by the Webmaster and over 80 contributors between 1990 and April 2007. Included are numerous wartime photos, as well as several official records, reports and maps. Because of the rapid growth and extensive content of the site is best viewed with a broadband connection.

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