LINKS TO OTHER CIVIL WAR SITES AND
(All links were verified on August 15, 1998)
Alton in the Civil War |
Edward G. Gerdes Civil War
Home Page - Many lists and links to units (primarily Arkansas) but
Illinois and Missouri as well.
Valley of the
Shadow Project - looks at the Civil War from the perspective of two
communitites on either side of the Mason Dixon Line: Staunton, Virginia and
Civil War - Part of TravelWeb - Search Engine for places to stay
in Civle War Historic areas plus historical images and stories.
Battle Flags of the Confederacy
and Civil War Guns - renditions of Confederate pattern battle flags
with histories; also some photos of Civil War guns with histories.
Civil War History
- General information for the Civil War enthusiast
Civil War Information,
Documents, and Archive - The American Civil War, 1861-1865 - World
Wide Web Information Archive
Miscellany - Just what it says - Misc...
Civil War Poetry and Music
- Poetry and Music of the War Between the States.
Civil War Series
- This Series combines onto one page, all War
Times Journal resources relating to the American Civil War. Included
are rare and valuable archives such as memoirs by many of the senior commanders
involved in the conflict. It will eventually include image galleries and
articles specially researched and written for the series.
Civil War Soldiers and Sailors
System - The Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System (CWSS) will be
a computerized database containing very basic facts about servicemen who
served on both sides during the Civil War. (Under Construction as of 8/31/97)
Timeline - The History Place - U.S. Civil War 1861-1865.
State University - The American Civil War - Extensive links and refernce
and Military Sources - Some of the most detailed sources of information
on the men of the nineteenth-century United States were the rosters of their
military service. Historians Robert Driver and Lee Wallace have compiled
detailed rosters of the Staunton Artillery and the Fifth and Fifty-Second
Virginia Infantries for their books in the Virginia Regimental Series,
published by H. E. Howard. The authors and publisher have graciously given
us their permission to scan these rosters and make them available to the
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.
Time Line of the Civil
War - from the Library of Congress.
The United States Civil War
Housed at Louisiana State University. Its mission is to provide a comprehensive
center for all Civil War interests, both scholarly and popular. It succeeds
admirably in this effort.
The National Park Service
The National Park Service site offers changing features on history, archeology,
cultural studies, and ethnogrophy.
The National Archives
NARA makes available to the public the historically valuable records of the
three branches of federal government: executive (including the President),
legislative, and judicial. National Archives holdings include textual;
audiovisual; cartographic and architectural; and electronic records.
The Library of
Documents, photographs, movies, and sound recordings that tell America's
story. Resources for Educators:
The Learning Page. Two
'Votes for Women'
Suffrage Pictures and
Taking the Long
View: Panoramic Photographs. New Feature:
Today in History.
The Smithsonian Institution
This is one of the most comprehensive and exciting sites for history. Explore
the Smithsonians different museums, or get information on programming, events,
and other resources.
The Gilder Leherman
Institute of American History
The Gilder Lehrman Collection contains approximately 70,000 items relating
to American history from its European discovery and settlement through the
Civil War and Reconstruction. Their website contains electronic documents
relating to slavery and the slave trade.
The above site information was collected from our own research, Internet
Search Engines and other Civil War Sites.
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