Links & Resources

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  A Civil War Soldiers and Sailors database containing information about the men who served both in the Union and the Confederacy.
A site designed to present a quick view of the Civil War in general. More in-depth information can be found on this site.
National sites and historic resources associated with the Civil War including national monuments, battlefield sites and military parks.
Includes a Harper’s Weekly map of Confederate States published on February 21, 1861, as well as a more updated map illustration.
A Home Page dedicated to Civil War history that includes links to the Confederate draft, uniforms and a medical index.
Provides a Time-Line of the Civil War as well as 1,118 photographs including military personnel, preparations for battle and the after-effects.
The American Battlefield Protection Program provides links to Civil War battles by state as well as by county within each state.
Presents detailed information on the key battles of the Civil War. You can browse the information by the topics of interest.
The very heart of the Confederate fighting unit was it’s flag. Tour this site to see the flags used by the Confederacy during the Civil War.
An in-depth history of Confederate flags including the first, second and third Confederate flags as well as the controversy surrounding them.
A listing of all Confederate and Union Prisoner of War Camps with links to detailed descriptions of each camp and accompanying photographs.
A listing of all Confederate and Union Prisoner of War Camps with links to detailed descriptions of each camp and accompanying photographs.
An organization to provide for the relief of disabled soldiers, widows and orphans of those who died in service to the Confederacy.
Assists in the collection and preservation of material necessary for the truthful history of the War Between the States.
Medicine in the Civil War