Civil War Links
Books and Documents On-Line
- Yahoo index to U. S. History Documents
- Avalon Project from Yale has 17th Century and 18th Century and 19th Century documents
- Women and Social Movements in the United States, 1830-1930 from SUNY Binghamton
- International Relations from Mt. Holyoke
- Virtual Classroom from David Philips at Bennington College
- Documents for the Study of American History (AMDOCS) from University of Kansas
- War of the Rebellion and The Official Records of the Union and Confederate Navies TIFF images (not text, not searchable) from Making of America collection at Cornell University.
- Ulysses Grant Memoirs
- The War-Time Journal of a Georgia Girl, 1864-1865 by Eliza Frances Andrews, b. 1840, New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1908.
- Nineteenth Century Documents Project from Furman University in South Carolina.
- Documentary Records from the American Civil War Homepage include: Secession Declarations of GA, MI, SC, TX and CSA Constitution.
- Lincoln texts from Abraham Lincoln Online include: House Divided Speech.
- Lincoln texts from Claremont Institute include: Speech on the Kansas-Nebraska Act, October 16, 1854 and Letter to Joshua Speed, August 24, 1855 and Speech on the Dred Scott Decision, June 26, 1857 and House Divided Speech, June 16, 1858 and Speech at Chicago, July 10, 1858 and Letter to Henry L. Pierce & Others, April 6, 1859 (Honors to Jefferson) and Speech at Cooper Institute, February 27, 1860 and Speech at New Haven, Connecticut, March 6, 1860 and the seven Lincoln-Douglas Debates of 1858 and Homecoming Address at Chicago, July 9, 1858, Stephen A. Douglas (Reply to Lincoln's "House Divided" Speech) and "Cornerstone Speech," March 21, 1861, Alexander H. Stephens and Republican Platform of 1856.
- Google is one the largest and most up-to-date search engine; Yahoo is useful for categories; Metacrawler combines searches of several engines; uses a different search method from other engines.
- Directory of Digitized Collections allows a search of database collections by keyword, country, collection name, URL
- Civil War Women On-line Archival Collections from Duke University, currently includes the 1864 diary of Alice Williamson, a 16 year old girl from Gallatin, Tennessee, the papers of Rose O'Neal Greenhow, a renowned Confederate spy, and the papers of Sarah E. Thompson, a spy for the Union in Greeneville, Tennessee, who helped defeat John Hunt Morgan Sept. 3, 1864.
- Black History and Andrew Johnson impeachment and World of Thomas Nast from HarpWeek
- Dictionary of American Naval Ships includes Civil War ships: ironclads and gunboats and monitors and CSA ships.
- Ford's Theater National Historic Site.
- How to Order Pension Files.
- Hunley Home Page and TNT docudrama July 11, 1999, about the Civil War submarine.
- Jewish-American History on the Web from Leah Berkowitz includes a section on Jewish soldiers and the Letters of Salomon de Rothschild, the pro-Confederate son of Baron James de Rothschild, during his visit to the United States/Confederate States from 1859-1861.
- Mariner's Museum at Newport News, VA
- Monitor Links and CSS Virginia
- Music and Poetry in the War Between the States from Kathie Fraser
- Presidential elections 1789-1856 from EB
- QuarterMaster Museum.
- Raise the Gunboat foundation plans to recover the five Civil War gunboats sunk in Tenn. at Johnsonville in November 1864.
- Underground Railroad from National Geographic.
- US-Mexican War from PBS.
- Uncle Tom's Cabin and American Culture from University of Virginia.
- Valley of the Shadow
- Timelines of Reconstruction
- Civil War Book Review
- Civil War links from Sergeant Kirkland's Museum and Historical Society.
- List of Lists
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