Guides for the modern day traveler to historic Civil War sites.
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Blue and Gray Trail
Chronology/timeline of the Civil War, its causes and Reconstruction, battles, politicians, generals, and related sites
Blue and Gray Trail
North Georgia saw over one hundred thousand men die in less than a year at places whose names are forever engraved in the minds of the American past: Chickamauga, Missionary Ridge, and the hell hole. Nowhere else in this war did so many men die in such a short period of time.
Civil war battlefield tours
Guided tours of civil war battlefield sites. Specialists provide background detail of personalities and history of each tour and battle site.
Civil War Heritage Trails
Driving trails and interpretive markers link together not only battlefields but also the social, cultural and political history of the Civil War era throughout Alabama, Georgia and South Carolina.
Civil War History in Nashville & Middle Tennessee
Guide to Civil War historic sites, including battlefields and antebellum mansions, in Nashville and Middle Tennessee.
Civil War History Tours
From washingtonpost.com, suggestions for one-day and weekend trips to visit important sites and monuments in the Washington D.C. area.
Civil War Traveler
Travel information for Civil War sites and events in Virginia, Maryland, West Virginia, Pennsylvania and Washington DC.
The Civil War Traveler
Features a summary of historical interpretive signs and maps for civil war touring trails from Pennsylvania to South Carolina.
Pamplin Historical Park
From August 1864 through April 1865, the blue and gray fought a number of bitter and bloody engagements, the Federals trying to isolate Petersburg from its supply routes and the Confederates desperately defending their lifelines to the outside world.
Touring the Battle of Atlanta
Takes visitors on a tour of the battlefield using present-day landmarks to describe the events of July 22, 1864 (the battle of Atlanta).
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