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The purpose of this category is to provide viewers and researchers with a well-rounded selection of web sites devoted to the US Civil War, 1861-1865. Explore the bloodiest war fought on American soil through biographies, maps, on-line resources, original photographs, databases and primary documents.
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This site has information on the U.S. Civil War and the people in it, as well as some of the battles fought.
Contains information and links about Lincoln, Lee, Grant, Gettysburg, Appomattox, Bull Run, Antietam, other battles and Civil War History.
Shotgun's Civil War site - including overviews of many different aspects of the war, biographies, battle summaries, photographs, selected official records, and Fox's Regimental losses.
Stories are the part of history that can truly engage people and transport them to the past. Here we tell the stories of the American Civil War for the reader’s education and enjoyment.
US-CS balloons, telegraph, cryptography, Army-Navy signals, covert operations, forum, interactive code study lessons.
Essay on the astrocartography of the Civil War, focus on how the planetary metaphors of Mars and Pluto were reflected in this historic event, by astrocartographer Rob Couteau.
A presentation of information about the battles and soldiers, in addition to a vast array of photographs and links.
Information about many aspects of the most bloody conflict in United States history.
A collection of American Civil War regimental histories, letters from home and diary excerpts.
Examines the Civil War through the Smithsonian Institutes extensive collections. It includes resources, a detailed timeline, and images with detailed descriptions.
Trends in Civil War publishing, CW historiography, CW civic remembrance, and pop culture.
A collection of Civil War related links, photos, letters and diaries, documents, and battle reports.
Index of primary source documents concerning the armies, battles and soldiers of our American Civil War - online books, soldier rosters, photographs, maps, etc.
Civil War Journeys is an educational website dedicated to research and analysis of the American Civil War. The site features over 3,500 downloadable images of battlefields and re-enactments.
Library of Congress collection of reconnaissance, sketch, coastal, and theater-of-war maps depicting troop activities and fortifications.
Civil War Slang for all "fresh fish" or "top rail skunks."
A collection of Civil War related biographies, documents, songs, chronology, battle orders, links, and recipes.
Provides links to hundreds of digitized photographs, images, albums, and more, relating to the Civil War held by SMU's DeGolyer Library.
A complete overlook of the War; including maps, indexes, statistics, flags, lists of battles, and photo gallery. Dedicated to the 13th W. Virginia.
A southwestern fort and a Civil war Battlefield, where Confederate General Sibley fought Union General E.R.S. Canby. A New Mexico historical site.
Free educational material on the American Civil War and Abraham Lincoln, site provides an outline, library, and lesson plans.
An easy-to-use American Civil War timeline with many original photographs and interesting quotes.
The works of Edwin C. Fishel, a noted author in the area of intelligence, reveals covert operations, spies and intrigue gathered from his research on the role of intelligence in the Civil War.
Links about the American Civil War.
"The Army Flag and Its Streamers" was prepared by the Office of the Chief of Military History, to provide general summaries of each of the campaigns displayed on the Army flag.
An illustrated account of five days of mayhem in July 1863, which included the lynching of eleven black men.
Pictures of maps used in the conflict.
Overview, online resources, and guidance for classroom discussion. On TeacherServe from the National Humanities Center.
The stories of men and women born in Scotland who fought in the American Civil War.
A social studies curriculum unit in the Storypath series dealing with the Civil War, specifically the area around Chattanooga.
Scope the complete history of the U.S. Civil War, with hyperlinks to check facts and go deeper.
Commemorates U.S. Army operations in the Civil War and the soldiers who carried them out. Includes timeline, published material, art and photos, archival material and additional resources.
A series of historical primary on-line resources intended to serve the needs of teachers and students in college survey courses in American history.
Hypermedia archive of thousands of primary sources. Follows two communities before, during, and after the American Civil War, Augusta County, Virginia, and Franklin County, Pennsylvania.
Virginia Civil War information including battles and the State flag history.
Complete online text of the Official Records of the Civil War.
Information about the Army of the Cumberland and George H. Thomas source page and the Army of Tennessee and Braxton Bragg source page.
Four-part article exploring the causes of the conflict.
"The Army Flag and Its Streamers" was prepared by the Office of the Chief of Military History, to provide general summaries of each of the campaigns displayed on the Army flag.
Free educational material on the American Civil War and Abraham Lincoln, site provides an outline, library, and lesson plans.
An easy-to-use American Civil War timeline with many original photographs and interesting quotes.
Scope the complete history of the U.S. Civil War, with hyperlinks to check facts and go deeper.
Stories are the part of history that can truly engage people and transport them to the past. Here we tell the stories of the American Civil War for the reader’s education and enjoyment.
Index of primary source documents concerning the armies, battles and soldiers of our American Civil War - online books, soldier rosters, photographs, maps, etc.
Provides links to hundreds of digitized photographs, images, albums, and more, relating to the Civil War held by SMU's DeGolyer Library.
Civil War Journeys is an educational website dedicated to research and analysis of the American Civil War. The site features over 3,500 downloadable images of battlefields and re-enactments.
Complete online text of the Official Records of the Civil War.
Hypermedia archive of thousands of primary sources. Follows two communities before, during, and after the American Civil War, Augusta County, Virginia, and Franklin County, Pennsylvania.
A series of historical primary on-line resources intended to serve the needs of teachers and students in college survey courses in American history.
Commemorates U.S. Army operations in the Civil War and the soldiers who carried them out. Includes timeline, published material, art and photos, archival material and additional resources.
US-CS balloons, telegraph, cryptography, Army-Navy signals, covert operations, forum, interactive code study lessons.
Four-part article exploring the causes of the conflict.
Overview, online resources, and guidance for classroom discussion. On TeacherServe from the National Humanities Center.
Information about many aspects of the most bloody conflict in United States history.
A collection of Civil War related links, photos, letters and diaries, documents, and battle reports.
A social studies curriculum unit in the Storypath series dealing with the Civil War, specifically the area around Chattanooga.
Virginia Civil War information including battles and the State flag history.
A collection of Civil War related biographies, documents, songs, chronology, battle orders, links, and recipes.
The stories of men and women born in Scotland who fought in the American Civil War.
Links about the American Civil War.
Shotgun's Civil War site - including overviews of many different aspects of the war, biographies, battle summaries, photographs, selected official records, and Fox's Regimental losses.
Trends in Civil War publishing, CW historiography, CW civic remembrance, and pop culture.
Examines the Civil War through the Smithsonian Institutes extensive collections. It includes resources, a detailed timeline, and images with detailed descriptions.
Essay on the astrocartography of the Civil War, focus on how the planetary metaphors of Mars and Pluto were reflected in this historic event, by astrocartographer Rob Couteau.
An illustrated account of five days of mayhem in July 1863, which included the lynching of eleven black men.
Civil War Slang for all "fresh fish" or "top rail skunks."
Contains information and links about Lincoln, Lee, Grant, Gettysburg, Appomattox, Bull Run, Antietam, other battles and Civil War History.
Information about the Army of the Cumberland and George H. Thomas source page and the Army of Tennessee and Braxton Bragg source page.
The works of Edwin C. Fishel, a noted author in the area of intelligence, reveals covert operations, spies and intrigue gathered from his research on the role of intelligence in the Civil War.
Library of Congress collection of reconnaissance, sketch, coastal, and theater-of-war maps depicting troop activities and fortifications.
A southwestern fort and a Civil war Battlefield, where Confederate General Sibley fought Union General E.R.S. Canby. A New Mexico historical site.
A complete overlook of the War; including maps, indexes, statistics, flags, lists of battles, and photo gallery. Dedicated to the 13th W. Virginia.
Pictures of maps used in the conflict.
A collection of American Civil War regimental histories, letters from home and diary excerpts.
A presentation of information about the battles and soldiers, in addition to a vast array of photographs and links.
This site has information on the U.S. Civil War and the people in it, as well as some of the battles fought.

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