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104PA.ORG
104th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, "The McClellan Rangers". We are a Civil War reenacting organization associated with the United States Volunteer Brigade. We are a family-oriented unit that participates in living histories and battle reenactments. We are headquartered in Pennsylvania. Our members are scattered around Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Maryland.
18TH LOUISIANA INFANTRY REGIMENT
This web site is dedicated to the men of this Louisiana Confederate Regiment.
AMERICAN CIVIL WAR RESEARCH DATABASE
American Civil War Research Database; a database of over 4 million American Civil War Union and Confederate soldiers fully searchable by soldier's name and by regiments. The American Civil War Research Database will assist military tactics, reenactment or genealogy research.
AUXILIARY TO SONS OF UNION VETERANS OF THE CIVIL WAR
ASUVCW strives to assist the Sons of Union Veterans in keeping alive the memories of our ancestors and their sacrifices for the maintenance of the Union; to aid in caring for helpless and disabled Veterans; to properly observe Memorial Day.
CEDAR CREEK BATTLEFIELD FOUNDATION
Cedar Creek Battlefield Foundation has been working since 1988 to create, on the land where the 1864 Battle of Cedar Creek was fought, a memorial to the courage and devotion of the men who struggled there, and an educational resource for all people interested in their American heritage.
CIVIL WAR ANTIQUES PRESERVATION SOCIETY
The Civil War Antiques Preservation Society is a not-for-profit Civil War artifacts institution and private museum. We secialize in research, authentication, and the procurement of Civil War artifacts. Our mission is to save through acquisition, Civil War artifacts that otherwise would continue to be improperly cared for or even worse, lost for ever.
CIVIL WAR GENEALOGY
Dakota State University list of Genelaogy links.
CIVIL WAR GENEALOGY RESOURCE LIST
Civil War Genealogy Resource List from the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County.
CIVIL WAR NEWS
The Civil War News is a current events monthly newspaper published by Pete and Kay Jorgensen, former community newspaper publishers, who are collectors and history buffs. The newspaper was founded 35 years ago by Michael A. Cavanaugh as The Civil War Book Exchange.
CIVIL WAR ROUND TABLE OF ORANGE COUNTY, CALIFORNIA
Civil War Round Table of Orange County, California
CIVIL WAR SOLDIERS AND SAILERS SYSTEM
Names and records of Union and Confederate troops.
CIVIL WAR SOLDIERS MUSEUM
Civil War Soldiers Museum. 4,200 square feet of exhibits and explore our nation's most tumultuous period and the unique role Pensacola played during the civil War.
DANIEL ELLIS AND ELLIS FAMILY GENEALOGY
CAPTAIN DANIEL ELLIS THE OLD RED FOX OF EAST TENNESSEE 1827-1908
FLORIDA AMERICAN CIVIL WAR ROOTS GENEALOGY
Florida American Civil War Roots Genealogy
FORD'S THEATRE NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE
Ford's Theatre National Historic Site (U.S. National Park Service). Explore Ford's Theatre and discover Abraham Lincoln's life in Washington DC, the struggle for a united country, and the motivation behind Lincoln's tragic Assassination.
GENEALOGICAL RESEARCH ON THE CIVIL WAR
Genealogical Research on the Civil War from the Newberry Library.
GETTYSBURG ADDRESS
Abraham Lincoln was the second speaker on November 19, 1863, at the dedication of the Soldiers' National Cemetery at Gettysburg. Lincoln was preceded on the podium by the famed orator Edward Everett, who spoke to the crowd for two hours. Lincoln followed with his now immortal Gettysburg Address.
ILLINOIS IN THE CIVIL WAR
Illinois in the Civil War. References about specific units, guide to genealogy and the Civil War in Illinois, Burials of Illinois Soldiers who died during the War, Nicknames of Illinois Regiments, Medal of Honor Recipients from Illinois' Civil War Regiments, etc.
ISLE OF WIGHT AVENGERS SCV CAMP #14
The Isle of Wight Avengers is a proud Camp in the Sons of Confederate Veterans.
LEST WE FORGET - VERMONT IN THE CIVIL WAR
Vermont in the Civil War. A Vermont military website featuring cemetery records, tombstone photographs, soldier listings, etc.
NATIONAL CIVIL WAR ASSOCIATION
The National Civil War Association (NCWA) is a California corporation dedicated to the education of the public about the people and events of the Civil War. The organization presents its living history for the public, primarily in California, in many forms; including military and civilian encampments, battle reenactments, lectures and demonstrations, and school programs upon request.
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAPMACHINE: CIVIL WAR EDITION
Explore an interactive map of over 5,200 U.S. Civil War battlefields and historic sites. Get detailed descriptions of 384 major battlefields, and view the 25 sites most in danger of being lost.
NATIONAL MUSEUM OF CIVIL WAR MEDICINE
National Museum of Civil War Medicine is a center for the preservation and research of the legacy of Civil War medical innovation.
PAMPLIN PARK AND THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF THE CIVIL WAR SOLDIER
Pamplin Historical Park is the site of the April 2, 1865 "Breakthrough," the battle that ended the Petersburg Campaign and led to the evacuation of the Confederate capital at Richmond. National Museum of the Civil War Soldier forms the Park's centerpiece. Here, the story of the 3 million common soldiers who fought in America's bloodiest conflict is told.
PARROTT RIFLE AND 1ST MICHIGAN LIGHT ARTILLERY BATTERY E
Photos of Civil War Re-enactors in Washington State and the Pacific Northwest. The Parrott Rifle (cannon) built by Gary Michie. Focusing on Civil War Re-enactors 1st Michigan Light Artillery Battery E. Also highlighting Stanfords Battery, 3rd Michigan Co E, 7th Tennessee.
SECOND WISCONSIN VOLUNTEER INFANTRY
Second Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry website dedicated to the Military and Civilian History of Wisconsin in the Civil War And The Iron Brigade of the West.
SONS OF CONFEDERATE VETERANS
The SCV is the direct heir of the United Confederate Veterans, and the oldest hereditary organization for male descendents of Confederate soldiers.
SONS OF UNION VETERANS OF THE CIVIL WAR
In 1866, Union Veterans of the Civil War organized into the Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) and became a social and political force that would control the destiny of the nation for more than six decades. Membership in the veterans' organization was restricted to individuals who had served in the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, or Revenue Cutter Service during the Civil War, thereby limiting the life span of the GAR. The GAR existed until 1956. In 1881 the GAR formed the Sons of Veterans of the United States of America (SV) to carry on its traditions and memory long after the GAR had ceased to exist. Membership was open to any man who could prove ancestry to a member of the GAR or to a veteran eligible for membership in the GAR. In later years, men who did not have the ancestry to qualify for hereditary membership, but who demonstrated a genuine interest in the Civil War and could subscribe to the purpose and objectives of the SUVCW, were admitted as Associates. This practice continues today.
SONS OF UNION VETERANS OF THE CIVIL WAR : GRAVE REGISTRATION
The Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War (SUVCW) National Graves Registration Project was established in 1996. Since then, hundreds of dedicated people from within and without our Order have graciously devoted thousands of hours of their time and energy visiting cemeteries, recording, verifying, researching and entering the final resting places of Civil War veterans.
TENNESSEE CONFEDERATE PENSION APPLICATIONS
Tennessee Confederate Pension Applications of Soldiers & Widows. Tennessee Department of State: Tennessee State Library and Archives.
THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR HOMEPAGE
The American Civil War Homepage gathers together in one place hypertext links to the most useful identified electronic files about the American Civil War (1861-1865).
THE CIVIL WAR HOME PAGE
The Civil War Home Page brings together thousands of pages of Civil War material including information on Battles, Documents, Associations, Letters & Diaries, Research Records, Biographical Information, Photos, Reenacting and Unit Information. Dedicated to the participants, both North and South, in the great American Civil War 1861 - 1865.
THE CIVIL WAR MALL
A Shopping Site for Civil War Books, Maps, Swords, Autographs, Ephemera and Other Collectibles!
THE LINCOLN FORUM
The Lincoln Forum is an assembly of people who share a deep interest in the life and times of Abraham Lincoln and the Civil War era.
UNITED STATES CIVIL WAR CENTER - LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY
The mission of the United States Civil War Center is to promote interdisciplinary study of the American Civil War. It was founded in 1993 by novelist David Madden, Professor of English at Louisiana State University, and is supported in part by a donation from the late Frank Magill, founder of Salem Press.
WEST VIRGINIA CIVIL WAR MEDALS
In 1866, the state of West Virginia authorized the minting of over 26,000 medals to honor its Union Civil War soldiers. Today, over 4,000 medals remain unclaimed.
WEST VIRGINIA IN THE CIVIL WAR
Dedicated to the honor and memory of the Civil War soldiers, sailors, and marines of West Virginia.





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