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Castillo De San Marcos National Monument (National Park Service)
Known as Fort Marion and occupied by the Federals during most of the Civil War, this European stone fortress was built in the late 1600s and has never been taken.
Civil War Bibliography from the State Library of Florida
This bibliography lists materials related to the Civil War in Florida.
Civil War in North Florida
Collection of resources mostly related to the Civil War in Wakulla County, Florida. Includes Census records, unit rosters, photos and links.
An Extraordinary American Civil War Shipwreck
The Maple Leaf was one of the untold numbers of mundane, everyday workhorse steamboats. But that was changed when her wreck, filled with the personal belongings and camp equipment of three regiments of typical Civil War combat soldiers, was found at the bottom of the murky waters of the St. Johns River.
Florida's Role in the Civil War: "Supplier of the Confederacy"
Short summary of the part played by Florida in the Civil War.
Natural Bridge Battlefield Historic State Park
During the final weeks of the Civil War, the Battle of Natural Bridge preserved Tallahassee as the only Confederate capitol east of the Mississippi River never to fall into Union hands.
Sons of Confederate Veterans
Florida Division, Inc.
St. Marks, Fla. -- Some Civil War Action
An online version of a newspaper article concerning minor Civil War actions in Wakulla County, Florida.
United Daughters of the Confederacy Mattie T. Wright Chapter 2533
United Daughters of the Confederacy, The Official Website for the Mattie T. Wright Chapter 2533 in the Florida Division.
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