||An index to newspaper reports, articles, official documents and letters related to the US Civil War. Headings include books, chronologies, art, units and people.|| |
|These letters are part of a collection written by Newton Robert Scott, a private in the US Civil War. The letters are filled with rich details of the war and the living conditions in the Union camps in Mississippi, Missouri, Iowa and Arkansas. He tells of the terrible diseases that took a heavier toll than bullets, and the soldiers' frustration and impatience with the politicians in Washington.|| |
|Lists sources relating to the American Civil War (1861|
1865), which effectively ended slavery and paved the way for a modern, industrial United States of America. Information covers the events prior to 1861, and includes biographical details of key figures in both Federal and Confederate armies, individual regiments, and specific battles.
|A project dedicated to exploring the histories of two communities on either side of the US Civil War. Includes a literary narrative of the conflict, and an archive of resources relating to the two communities.|| |
|Collection of bank note images depicting scenes of slavery in Civil War America. Material is organised alphabetically by state or according to activities associated with slave labour. Also contains an overview of the Civil War.|| |
|Offers original articles and features about the history of the USA, plus annotated links to selected relevant Internet resources, compiled by a subject specialist, a subject|
specific bulletin board, and details of related news and events. Topics include African-American history, the American Civil War, the American Revolution, the American West, 18th Century America, government, Hispanic America, historical documents including the Mayflower Compact, the Declaration of Independence and the Consititution, inventors and inventions, labour history, libraries and museums, military history, notable individuals such as Martin Luther King and Thomas Jefferson, Native Americans and 20th Century America.
|Offers numerous original articles, books, eye witness accounts, and images pertaining to slavery in the US state of South Carolina. Provides the history of slavery from 1525 and traces the origins of African American culture and identity in South Carolina. Also provides detailed analyses of the Civil War, the Ku Klux Klan and civil rights movements in the region.|| |
|Resource accompanying a television production of the same name. Topics covered include English settlement, the coming of independence, westward expansion, the rise of capitalism, slavery, the Civil War, Franklin Delano Roosevelt and the Depression, World War II, and contemporary history.|| |
|An exhibit of over 1100 electronic images of the US Civil War. Includes portraits of military personnel, battle scene landscapes, and preparations for battle. The site also includes a time|
line for the civil war, bibliographic and technical details for the photographs.
|Includes links to archives and special collections online, civil war books and magazines, biographies of civil war personnel, a calendar of civil war events, general civil war information, unit and brigade information, diaries and documents, films, games, genealogies, historic sites, maps, music and poetry, photographs, reenactments and stories.|| |
|A collection of information about the US Civil War of 1861|
1865. It contains a chronology of the war, terms, facts, short stories and historic photographs. Additionally, graphics, animation and music are also offered.