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  • The United States Civil War - This site has information on the U.S. Civil War and the people in it, as well as some of the battles fought.
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  • American Civil War - Includes flags, maps and timeline, casualties of the civil war, battles and statistics, women in the war, life stories and people search.
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  • The American Civil War from 1861-1865 - Contains information and links about Lincoln, Lee, Grant, Gettysburg, Appomattox, Bull Run, Antietam, other battles and Civil War History.
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  • American Civil War Home - Shotgun's Civil War site - including overviews of many different aspects of the war, biographies, battle summaries, photographs, selected official records, and Fox's Regimental losses.
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  • American Military Communication 1860-1865 - US-CS balloons, telegraph, cryptography, Army-Navy signals, covert operations, forum, interactive code study lessons.
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  • Astrocartography of the Secession of South Carolina - Essay on the astrocartography of the Civil War, focus on how the planetary metaphors of Mars and Pluto were reflected in this historic event, by astrocartographer Rob Couteau.
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  • Civil War - A presentation of information about the battles and soldiers, in addition to a vast array of photographs and links.
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  • Civil War Academy - Information about many aspects of the most bloody conflict in United States history.
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  • Civil War Archive - A collection of American Civil War regimental histories, letters from home and diary excerpts.
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  • Civil War at Smithsonian - Examines the Civil War through the Smithsonian Institutes extensive collections. It includes resources, a detailed timeline, and images with detailed descriptions.
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  • Civil War Bookshelf - Trends in Civil War publishing, CW historiography, CW civic remembrance, and pop culture.
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  • Civil War Chaplains - Description of qualifications and the role of Civil War chaplains, who shared every part of the soldiers' lives. Includes some photographs.
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  • A Civil War Haiku - A haiku verse by Melissa Whelan inspired by the American Civil War; an ode of homage to the valor of our most deadly conflict.
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  • The Civil War Home Page - A collection of Civil War related links, photos, letters and diaries, documents, and battle reports.
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  • Civil War Maps Collection - Library of Congress collection of reconnaissance, sketch, coastal, and theater-of-war maps depicting troop activities and fortifications.
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  • Civil War Search - A directory and a Civil War search based on Google custom search engine.
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  • Civil War Slang - Civil War Slang for all "fresh fish" or "top rail skunks."
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  • Civil War Slang - Listing of slang terms still used in today's language.
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  • Civil War Treasures from the New-York Historical Society - Includes recruiting posters for New York City regiments of volunteers; stereographic views documenting the mustering of soldiers and of popular support for the Union in New York City; photography showing the war's impact, both in the north and south; and drawings and writings by ordinary soldiers on both sides.
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  • Civil War Zone - A collection of Civil War related biographies, documents, songs, chronology, battle orders, links, and recipes.
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  • CJ's Civil War - A complete overlook of the War; including maps, indexes, statistics, flags, lists of battles, and photo gallery. Dedicated to the 13th W. Virginia.
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  • Fort Craig - A southwestern fort and a Civil war Battlefield, where Confederate General Sibley fought Union General E.R.S. Canby. A New Mexico historical site.
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  • Great American History - Free educational material on the American Civil War and Abraham Lincoln, site provides an outline, library, and lesson plans.
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  • The History Place - U.S. Civil War 1861-1865 - An easy-to-use American Civil War timeline with many original photographs and interesting quotes.
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  • Intelligence in the American Civil War - The works of Edwin C. Fishel, a noted author in the area of intelligence, reveals covert operations, spies and intrigue gathered from his research on the role of intelligence in the Civil War.
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  • Matts Civil War - Links about the American Civil War.
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  • The New York City Draft Riots of 1863 - An illustrated account of five days of mayhem in July 1863, which included the lynching of eleven black men.
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  • RareMap Collection - American Civil War - Pictures of maps used in the conflict.
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  • Religion in the Civil War: The Northern Side - Overview, online resources, and guidance for classroom discussion. On TeacherServe from the National Humanities Center.
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  • Scots in the Civil War - The stories of men and women born in Scotland who fought in the American Civil War.
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  • Storypath: A Nation Divided - A social studies curriculum unit in the Storypath series dealing with the Civil War, specifically the area around Chattanooga.
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  • U.S. Army Center of Military History - Civil War Commemoration - Commemorates U.S. Army operations in the Civil War and the soldiers who carried them out. Includes timeline, published material, art and photos, archival material and additional resources.
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  • US Civil War: Internet Modern History Sourcebook - A series of historical primary on-line resources intended to serve the needs of teachers and students in college survey courses in American history.
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  • The Valley of the Shadow, Two Communities in the American Civil War - Hypermedia archive of thousands of primary sources. Follows two communities before, during, and after the American Civil War, Augusta County, Virginia, and Franklin County, Pennsylvania.
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  • Virginia Civil War Battles - Virginia Civil War information including battles and the State flag history.
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  • The War of the Rebellion in Cornell University's Making of America - Complete online text of the Official Records of the Civil War.
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  • The Western Theater in the Civil War - Information about the Army of the Cumberland and George H. Thomas source page and the Army of Tennessee and Braxton Bragg source page.
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  • Wikipedia: Origins of the American Civil War - Four-part article exploring the causes of the conflict.
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