|Abraham Lincoln Research Site
||Excellent site! If you have
questions on Lincoln, the webmaster of this site is the one to ask.
site, and not too
|American Civil War Site
||Very Good site and nicely indexed.
Detailed write-ups on several Tennessee battles.
Civil War, "The Struggle to Preserve the Union"
||A very very good site. Very nicely
designed and easy to navigate. Well worth the visit!
Discussion Group Home Page
||Looking for more on the Battle of
Antietam? You just found it!
|A.P. Hill, Confederate General
||By far the finest website I have seen on
"Powell." You name it, it has it. Check it out, I think you will agree.
|Causes of the Civil War
||A must site to visit when studying this
question! However, don't look for a simple answer here, since there is not one,
rather just tons of good "primary" resource data.
||A very well done site with lots of
photos and narrative dealing with the Western Theater. You can't go wrong with this
|Civil War Antique Preservation Society
||If you want to buy, sell, or just know
the value of a Civil War Antique you might want to take a look at this site. It's
commercial but worth the visit.
|Civil War Battlefield Photos
||Interesting site with lots of photos of
the Eastern Theater battlefields as they appear today.
|Civil War Battle Summaries
||Really good site to get a quick look at
an overall summary of a battle. I find this site most useful when I am starting to
research a particular battle that I am totally unfamiliar with. It gives name, where it
took place, when, number of causalities, commanders involved, victor, and a brief summary
of the battle itself.
War Educational Center
||Now here is an interesting website.
Want to learn more on the Civil War and get a piece of paper attesting to your
knowledge? You might want to take a look at this beauty!
|Civil War History Page
||Another interesting page. Small
now but looks like it has great potential.
War in Miniature
||This is a great site for you High School
students. This is not a "link" site, but one that has a lot of good stuff you
can use for reports.
||Probably the best "on line"
Civil War Magazine there is. Check it out!
|Civil War Letters
||Just a great site chocked full of
letters that are presented both in the original manuscript as well as the translated text.
Civil War News
webmaster has said it all on the index page of this site, "For People With
an Active Interest in the Civil War Today." Just a fine site that is
well worth the visit.
Civil War Photographs
||Absolutely the best site on the Internet
for Civil War Photographs.
|Civil War Tokens
||A little know aspect of the war, but one
that is extremely interesting. If you want to know more about the "currency of
the time" this is the site to visit.
|Civil War Virtual
||A very interesting site that not only
takes you on a tour of a lot of battlefields but gives some very good descriptions of the
battles. Well worth the visit.
||A very interesting site about these
women of the Civil War.
Civil War Weekly
interesting site that provides the
reproduction of the weekly events of the Civil War as reported in the
newspapers and magazines of the time.
|Chinese Serving In The Civil War
||What an interesting website! I have to
believe that this is something that has never been looked at in this detail before.
Col. Henry T. Sisson's Civil War Page
Site dealing with some Rhode Island units.
|Confederate Regimental History
||If you're looking to research a
Confederate Regiment, this is a great place to start.
|Dakota State University
American Civil War
||This is a very good starting
"link" site when studying the Civil War. Its very well organized and not too
many "dead links."
||This is truly a dandy site that includes
tons of information on the 8th Georgia Infantry, 3rd Georgia Cavalry, and the 10th Alabama
great site for "history" enthusiasts! Especially for those interested
in the Civil War. Looking for more of the "Official Records" than are
available on my site? You just found them!
|Fourteenth Regiment, NYSM, Co. E
||Not only lots of info on the 14th NY,
but just a ton of links to other Civil War sites.
Battlefield Virtual Tour
||Can't make it to the battlefield? Well,
here's the next best thing.
|Ga Rebel's Tribute to the
||Lots of good pictures of some of the
battlefields as they look today. Plus some interesting unexplained images for those of you
that like "Civil War Ghost" stories.
H. Thomas Homepage
||An excellent site on the "The Rock
|General Sweeny Museum
||An interesting site about a museum that
I didn't know was there. It also contains a pretty good bio of Sweeny.
|History Education Homepage
||A U.S. history reference site with
special emphasis on the Civil War. Great site for students.
|J.E.'s Civil War Page
||A very good site maintained by a
personal friend of mine. Take a look when you get the chance.
John Bell Hood
an excellent site about one of my favorites in the war.
Locust Lawn, Civil War History
||A really unique way of presenting data
on the Civil War. I don't think you will be disappointed with this one. Well
worth the visit.
||If you are looking to learn more about
Lee's "Old War Horse" this is the place.
||Probably the best site on the Internet
about this battlefield and of the two battles fought there.
|Man, Mountain, and Monument
||An excellent site about Thaddeus Lowe.
If you are the least bit interested in "balloons" in the Civil War, this
is the site you've been looking for.
|Medal of Honor Page
||While this site is not Civil War
Specific, it is by far the best site on the Medal of Honor that I have seen.
|Military Reading List.com
||An excellent site providing lists (both
books and Links) of material that deals with the military.
|Missouri State Guard, Co. B., 2nd Battalion's
||A website about some of Missouri's
of Civil War Medicine
||One of newer museums about the Civil War
also has a fine website. Give it a visit when you get the chance.
|Ninth Virginia Regiment of Cavalry
||If you are interested in this unit, you
probably won't find a better site. Lots of information about the actual unit, cavalry
info, plus reenactment information.
|Poetry and Music of the War Between the States
||Probably the best of it's kind on the
Internet. Check it out!
|Rare Book Reprints
||Normally I don't link to a commercial
site but this one has a lot to offer. Not only are the books extremely reasonably priced,
there is a lot of good info here in the form of excerpts.
|Robert E. Lee
||A very good website featuring a 41
minute audio of Lee telling the story before the war. Well worth the visit.
|Rumble on The Rappahannock
||Looking for a good description of the
battle of Chancellorsville, including maps. Try this one.
|Scots in the Civil War
||A really good site on a little explored
area of the Civil War.
|Siege of Petersburg
||This is as good a website as there is on
|Sherman's March Through South Carolina
||If you think Sherman laid waste to
Georgia, you should see what he did to South Carolina.
Signal Corps, Reenactor 's Division
||Mostly for reenactors, but also has a
lot of other interesting "Signal Corps" data.
37th Texas Cavalry
||One of the finest "reenactor"
sites on the Internet with a lot of factual information about this outstanding multiracial
and multiethnic unit. Well worth the visit whether you are a reenactor or not.
S. Grant Homepage
||Not a better U.S. Grant page on the
|Union Army Regimental History
||Similar to the Confederate Links as far
as type of information. Great place to start your search.
States Sanitary Commission
||A great site to research this little
known unit of the Civil War. Well worth the visit.
Civil War Center
||This is by far the best Civil War
"link" site on the Internet. It has links to links to links.
||Another great virtual tour brought to
you by the same folks that gave you the one on Fredericksburg.
Young Heroes of History
teachers might want to take a look at this site. By a teacher for
teachers, but something for all.
49 N.J. Reg't Vol's Civil War Society
fine site to learn about New Jersey in the Civil War.