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Civil War

 


The Johnson's Island Autograph Book Of Lt. Samuel Dibble
A compilation of 221 Confederate officer autographs while they were POWs at Johnson's Island.


Mike's Civil War Home Page
Dug and nondug artifacts from the Civil War Period.


Signal Corps Association Reenactors' Division (SCARD)
National clearing house for signal and telegraph interests with extensive archive


The American Civil War in Poems and Pictures
Original poetry of the civil war, and photographs of various battlefields.


The Chancellorsville Memorial Garden
Our ambition is to honor those who served in that most American of wars, whether Union or Confederate, and to ensure that their acts of valor and sacrifice will never be forgotten.


9th Virginia Cavalry
History of the regiment and information on the reenactment unit that makes up the recreated unit. Also contains tips on horse training and drill for the reenactor.


Generals of the Civil War
An unbiased source for information on generals, and soon battles of the civil war


The Uninown Civil War
Stories you won't find anywhere else, book reviews, headlines, and links


Women Soldiers of the Civil War
Women Soldiers of the American Civil War and today's Civil War Women Soldier re-enactors.


Bob Koch's USA Civil War Web Site
This site contains over 550 (current and 1860s) photographs regarding the Army of Northern Virginia. Battles and campaign descriptions are provided as appropriate. There are also book reviews, a forum, and access to Civil War quizzes.


The American Civil War - The Struggle to Preserve the Union
A look at the causes, characters, and history of the American Civil War


Civil War at Endview Plantation
1769 House home of the Co H of the 32VA INF


Ironclads and Blockade Runners
Information, images, and links about the armored warships and steam blockade runners of the American Civil War.


Canadians in the American Civil War
Many thousands of Canadians fought in the Civil War, and this site is intended to document this aspect of the war.


35th Indiana Infantry (First Irish)
Reenacting group out to honor the Irish of Indiana. Has a brief history of the First Irish as well as a muster roll of Company A. Also has a listing of the officers of the 35th Indiana.


Kevin's Civil War Photographs
Civil War Photographs, And Information.


Co.H 5th South Carolina Volunteers
We are a re-enacting unit in the U.K. My site conatins a detailled history of our brigade.


North Shore Civil War Roundtable
Huntington, Long Island, New York Roundtable


The Civil War in Knoxville
With its list of selected Web resources, this is the most authoritative and comprehensive Webpage on the Civil War in Knoxville, Knox County, and East Tennessee.


Civil War State Battle Maps
Resource material for student research


Elizabeth Stewart Clark- Victorian Traditions For A New Millennium
We are makers of museum-quality infant and children's clothing for the Edwardian and Victorian time periods. Outer garments and under-garments for women and children are, also, available. Please enjoy our research articles and free patterns.


US Civil War Page
The site contains a plethora of Civil War links. It also contains a section on Fort Heiman which has modern-day pictures of the fort.


Army of the Cumberland Home Page
The AotC was the prototype of the modern army. Its generals, especially Thomas, Rosecrans, and Buell were the forerunners of modern, highly trained commanders.


Civil War Interactive
Great online civil war magazine


Pick Locks of Lee's Heart
An audible presentation of Robert E. Lee telling the story of his life before the War Between the States. Presenter tries to use the same vocabulary that Robert E. Lee used in the 19th Century.


CONFED'S PLACE
CivilWar & harley Link and Art Gallery


Tulsa Civilwar Roundtable
Information site


The 13th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Company D
We have a brief history of company d, 13th Regiment and a link to the modern re-enacting unit


Matti Stenbäck Järvenpää Finland
I always been intrested at U.S. civil war and therefor i decited to build a cannon from those bloody days . I didin´t build this cannon alone , a carpenter Esa Heikkinen helped me to build those nasty woodparts . I do not have a tools or place to do the job . Esa made fine work as you see when you visit at picturegallery . My job was made all ironparts for the cannon . When the cannon was finish i feel very fine , i just complete a very hard job and my cannon is ready . I named it as LITTLE BOY . I don´t make little boy to stand on my floor . Little boy is ready go any where to do the explosion show . Remember ,little boy really detonation with hard noise . If you are intrested to made cannon please contact me by email and you get all scratching at cannon .


Delaware Civil War Round Table
Home page of the Philadelphia based, Delaware Civil War Round Table


Cleveland Civil War Roundtable
The 126 members of the Cleveland Civil War Roundtable vary in age from 17 to 94. The common bond is the belief that the American Civil War was the defining event in United States history.


Company G Sixth Tennessee Infantry Reg't CSA
A page devoted to the 6th Tennessee containing a lot of original unit history and reenactor info.


8th Georgia Volunteer Infantry
History, battles, flags, company rosters, descendants, photos, writings, and more on this Confederate regiment.


27th N.C. Troops, Co. D
We are a Confederate infantry reenactment group from central and eastern N.C. Member of the 4th Regiment A.N.V. We do it all... living histories, battles, cookouts. Come join us!


History of the 210th Penna Vol, Inf.
Historical information relating to the 210th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry Regiment. Battle summaries and biographies.


To the Limits of the Soul's Ideal: My Tribute to Major General Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain
A biographical essay, with photos, that tells the life story of Major General Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain.


The Superb General Winfield Scott Hancock
Many historians consider "Hancock the Superb" to be the Army of the Potomac's top corps commander. Study images, accounts, and analysis.


Jews in the Civil War
Original letters, diaries and newspaper articlles written by Jewish-Americans during & about the conflict of 1861-1865


Dixiewood
All Civil War and State flags reproduced on old barnwood. Routed hand painted and ready to hang. A perfect addition to any home, office, or meeting hall.


75th Ohio Volunteer Infantry
The premier Federal reenacting group in the State of Florida! Company "A" in North East/Central FL and "B" the West coast. View many event photos of this professional and family oriented group. The 75th fought gallantly in the North until sent to South Carolina after Gettysburg. The regiment was mounted and armed with Sharps rifles. It served many duties in Jacksonville, FL and throughout the state in 1864-65.


Mark Maritato Civil War Fine Art
Museum Quality Paintings depicting various Civil War subjects


North Coast Wargamers
Civil War miniature wargaming using lead soldiers and realistic model railroad terrain. Includes FREE Gettysburg scenario.


Civil War Battles Page
Order of Battle for all Major and most minor engagements during the civil war


Ulysses S. Grant Home Page


The American Civil War Insider
An online civil war resource. I write editorials and post recent civil war news on the site.


Civil War Dealers
The Civil War Dealers website.


Civil War Artillery
Hundreds of photographs of Civil War Artillery projectiles.


Col. Sherod Hunter Camp 1525, SCV
Our site contains (in addition to the info about our Camp and its activities) a very detailed history of all aspects of the War Between the States as it transpired in the American Southwest, especially Arizona, including in-depth articles on such subjects as the Confederate Territory of Arizona, the Spring 1862 Confederate Campaign in Arizona, Confederate military units raised in Arizona, a biography of Arizona's Confederate Governor, and the complete text of the Arizona Ordinance of Secession, among others.


Civil War Richmond
Civil War Richmond is an online research project designed to collect documents, photographs, and maps pertaining to Richmond, Virginia, during the Civil War and make them available to online researchers free of cost. Almost no editorializing: 99.9% primary source material.


Louisiana Daughters of the Confederacy
Website devoted to the Louisiana Confederacy & the UDC


Salon.com
Salon.com story titled Slaves of a different color. Historians mostly ignore the fact that some white people, too, were enslaved before the Civil War. And neither race wants to face the implications. Historians mostly ignore the fact that some white people, too, were enslaved before the Civil War. And neither race wants to face the implications.


7th Georgia Homepage


1st Iowa Company K
Company K from Cedar Rapids will be at Wilson's Creek, Here's how. Check it out


The American Civil War Pages at the Snuff Works Website
A brief look at the causes, characters, and history of the American Civil War


American Civil War ID tags
Authentic Civil War ID tag replicas of the ID tags worn by Civil War soldiers to identify their bodies after battle. A Civil War enthusiast’s must!


Civil War Resource Center
A collection of Civil War links covering everything from US Park Service sites to reenactor sites.


Sherman's March Through South Carolina
A detailed chronicle of William T. Sherman's destructive march through the Palmetto state in early 1865


The Trent Affair -- A Documentary History
Central internet research site for the Trent Affair, supplying both primary source documents and historical articles. The Trent Affair was a Civil War diplomatic crisis between the US and Britain sparked when a US warship captured Confederate diplomats from a British mail steamer in international waters.


Civil War 101
This site looks at the Civil War from a teacher's point of view using pictures and music.


Soldier's Gazette 8th Arkansas / 22nd Michigan
The 8th. ARKANSAS / 22nd. MICHIGAN is a family oriented Civil War reenacting group. Our purpose is to preserve the memory of those who fought and died during the American Civil War. We accomplish this through living history, battle reenactments, parades, memorials, and school lectures. We are one of the few organizations in the Great lakes region to actively portray both sides of the war.


79TH New York Highlanders
Provides a number of resources devoted to the 79th, including a look at its uniforms, rosters, history, and significant events.


The American Civil War Website


7th Virginia Inf. Co A (Richardson's Guards)
We are a Confederate re-enacting group from Madison County, Virginia.We try to educate and inform the public about the Civil war and those times.WE do battle re-enactments as a part of the Army of Northern Va.As a group we perform living histories, and work with the UDC and the SCV in Monuement and Battle field Preservations


Missouri Civil War
This is the home page for the Missouri Civil war mailing list. Here you will find everything associated with the great state of Missouri & it's involvement in the Civil War.


Missouri State Guard
A brief history of the Bollinger County Light Horse Cavalry later to be named Company B 2nd Regiment 1st Division MSG


15th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry (& 1st Co. Andrew Sharpshooters)
Unit history, rosters, biography, genealogy, photos, and reenactment.


Vermont in the Civil War
The most complete study of Vermont and its participation in the Civil War.


Blue Ridge Living History Society
Blue Ridge Living History Society of North Carolina. The Blue Ridge Living History Society is a non-profit, American Civil War re-enacting organization that is dedicated to the education of the public and the preservation of the memory of the 37th Regiment NC Troops; the 58th Regiment NC Troops; the 11th Battalion NC Home Guard ; the 4th Regiment Tennesse Volunteer Infantry (US); and mid-19th century civilians from the High Country area.


The Cape Fear Living History Society
This is the official site for the Cape Fear Living History Society, a Civil War reenacting unit based in eastern North Carolina. It also contains information on the units that they portray, which are Co.K, 18th North Carolina Troops and Co.I, 53rd Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry. It also contains their event schedule, bylaws, roster and links to other related sites.


First Division, Army of Northern Virginia (Reenactors)
This is the official site for the reenactors that belong to First Division, Army of Northern Virginia.


David's Civil War Page
Civil War articles, Civil War pictures, Civl War food ,and other Civil War interesting things.


Historical Hubbub/Civil War Slang
Civil War Slang collection, bite the bullet and take a gander.


Mississipians in the Army of Northern Virginia
Unit histories of all Mississippi Units that served in the Army of Northern Virginia.


Pamplin Historical Park
363-acre Civil War park, including the National Museum of the Civil War Soldier, battlefield, antebellum homes, etc.


Army of Northern Virginia
An outline of the Army of Northern Virginia during the War for Southern Independance.


Olde Colony Civil War Round Table
gordonkwok@aol.com


Strieby Family Civil War Letters
The regimental history and scanned images of several letters written to and from a Union soldier including a letter mentioning both Linconln's death and Lee's surrender.


3rd U.S. Battery L+M
The largest mounted artillery group in the U.S. We represent regular army units from the 1840's and 1860's.


2nd Trans-Mississippi Battalion
An authentic Confederate Infantry unit portraying Confederate soldiers in the Western Theatre


General A.P. Hill
Indepth look into the career of Little Powell.


1999 Post-Chickamauga Event Page
A place where fellow re-enactors may upload and view images of the 1999 Chickamauga Re-enactment.


civil war music
4th artillery brass band


7th. (union) Virginia Volunteer Infantry
7th history and Reenactors


14th Regiment, NYSM, Co. E
Find over 1,500 Civil War links here! This is the Homepage of the famous fighting Fourteenth Brooklyn. Also known as the Red Legged Devils, this was a civil war regiment raised in Brooklyn, NY. This regiment fought for three years (May 1861 through May 1864). We are a group of reenactors (organized under the auspices of a non-profit historical society) dedicated to preserving the history of the civil war and the memory of this particular regiment.


Mr. Horwitz's U.S. History Class
U.S.History links for 11th grade class in chonological order.


9th Ky US Regt Vol Infantry Co B
A US history based website on the 9th Ky US Volunteers, Co B's Roster, photographs, Woodcock's published journal. Also the 9th Ky Reenactors, impression, upcoming events, recruiting, newsletter, cartoon page, southern yankees, awards, and mush more.


The Harvard Regiment
The 20th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, popularly known as the "Harvard Regiment", was one of the most honored regiments of the Army of the Potomac in the Civil War. The Twentieth was "The Harvard Regiment" because it was officered largely by young Harvard graduates, the most famous being future Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. The Regiment won its fame not only from its "star" roster, however, but from hard and bloody fighting in almost all major battles fought by the Second Corps, Army of the Potomac from 1861 to 1865. The Harvard Regiment's heroic performance in battle was the stuff of poetry.


Civil War Studies at American Military University
American Military University, www.amunet.edu, offers one of the nation's only Civil War Studies graduate degree programs. Seventeen AMU students are published writers of military history pieces, and AMU's faculty includes Edward Hagerty, author of Collis' Zouaves, The 114th Pennsylvania Volunteers in the Civil War.


Maryland In The Civil War
Over view of Maryland's role in the Civil War. Includes regimental histories and links to numerous related cites.


Graves Registration
Site is educational & Historical on all the wars for the younger generations. The Civil War site and others are also being updated continually with new information and added links. I have the numbers and losses on both sides in the Civil War, my orginal version of Taps, and many other items of interest. The numbers and losses were encoded from an 1897 document that I came across. AD Jacobs a historian has helped immeasureably. I have made many trips to the Battlefield parks in Penna, since the 1950s. There is much historical information there.


Civil War Maps by State
Civil War maps and charts



 

Gettysburg

Cassie and Tom's Gettysburg Trips
Our personal photo collection of Gettysburg and an original oil painting of the field of Pickett's Charge. Then and now photo section and an epilog on Fort Delaware.


General John Buford's Cavalry in the Gettysburg Campaign
My site has the most comprehensive biographies of the key cavalry players in Buford's Division in the Gettysburg Campaign, and all the information on their role. Also has a battlefield tour and a page on my Portrayal Impression of Col. Thomas Devin.


The Battle of Gettysburg Resource Center
Site dedicated to information about the battle, even relatively unknown facts. Lots of trivia, book reviews, and links, as well as photographs.


The Battle of Gettysburg - A Photographic Guide
A tour of the battlefield of Gettysburg & surrounding Adams County, along with a comprehensive list of links to Gettysburg related web sites.

 


 

History

The American Civil War - The Struggle to Preserve the Union
A look at the causes, characters, and history of the American Civil War


Pick Locks of Lee's Heart
A forty-minute presentation of "Robert E. Lee," after the war, speaking of his life before the war. Large portions of this presentation are taken from Lee's letters and from quotations attributed to him. In this presentation "Lee" talks about his family, his early life, his love for Virginia and his difficult decision to resign from the U.S. Army. "Your obedient servant" Tom Forehand, Jr.


Pattie's History
This website is dedicated to all people, places and events that have my special interest. Categories are: Dutchmen in the Civil War, the Eighty years war and the Sarcophagus of Simpelveld.


 


 

Computers

 


 

Home Pages

Masa's Homepages
I always been intrested at U.S. civil war and therefor i decited to build a cannon from those bloody days . I didin´t build this cannon alone , a carpenter Esa Heikkinen helped me to build those nasty woodparts . I do not have a tools or place to do the job . Esa made fine work as you see when you visit at picturegallery . My job was made all ironparts for the cannon . When the cannon was finish i feel very fine , i just complete a very hard job and my cannon is ready . I named it as LITTLE BOY . I don´t make little boy to stand on my floor . Little boy is ready go any where to do the explosion show . Remember ,little boy really detonation with hard noise . If you are intrested to made cannon please contact me by email and you get all scratching at cannon .


American Civil War Tribute
As a Newfoundland Poet, I offer my thoughts on the tragedies and victories in the lives of the soldiers and their families of the civil war. I dedicate this page of my website to the United States Citizens.


COUNTRY AND WESTERN BELGIUM
Country and western in belgium : Looking for a country and western festival or a club


Elly's Info Pages
Lots of family entertainment! Over 1,000 Newspapers Online, Games, Comics, Days of Our Lives Chat Room and much much more for the whole family!


 


 

Misc.

 

U.S. Cavalry School
Live the Life of a Horse Cavalryman on the American Frontier. Learn the tactics, techniques, and customs of the Frontier Army! Programs range from one hour orientations to six day cavalry encampments. Participate in an equestrian training program and mounted cavalry drill. Use 19th century cavalry equipment and weapons.


AMSAT
Amateur Satelites!


ARRL
ARRL Headquarters