|A Student's Guide to the Missouri Compromise.
Civil War Battlefield Maps: this amazing site has excellent interactive graphics.
The National Civil War Museum in Harrisburg, PA.
Amazing Civil War photographs at this site.
A link to the Ashville Oral History Project; excellent Civil War material.
San Francisco Cityguides offer a program of walking tours of places of interest, some of them led
by our own Bob Bowen. See the full program here.
The Center for Civil War Photography: http://www.civilwarphotography.org
Civil War Digital is a source for high resolution Civil War pictures, including "Frank Leslie's
Illustrated History of the Civil War" and the "Photographic History of the Civil War." Civil War
Digital also offers a large collection of Civil War books and sheet music on DVD.
The U.S. Naval Landing Party maintains a growing database of news from the Civil War period at
Here is a link to an excellent site which provides links to dozens of Civil War information sites.
Eastern National is celebrating the 150th Anniversary of the Civil War with electronic editions of
eParks' National Park Civil War Series of books. Read them online at the following url:
The US Army Heritage & Education Center:
The Essential Civil War Curriculum is a website that contains a definitive list of Civil War topics
and related content that public and academic audiences wishing for a broad understanding of the
Civil War should study, housed at the Virginia Center for Civil War Studies.
www.civilwar.org is the web site of the Civil War Preservation Trust. Excellent maps and
resources, plus updated news on Civil War site preservation projects.
A link to a selection of sites featuring the Irish in the Confederate Army, with lots of songs of the
a wonderful collection of Civil War photgraphs.
www.american-history-magazine.com/cwt.asp: this is a searchable index for "Civil War Times"
magazine that covers every issue from 1959 onwards.
CW Web Sites: this is an excellent site that lists and describes hundreds of dedicated Civil War
web sites. Only sites that meet high standards are listed.
www.posix.com/CW/: Hal Jespersen's Civil War page. Lots of good stuff.
CW Blogs: this site tracks Civil War web logs on a weekly basis and provides summaries of their
contents. It's amazing what's out there!
Civil War Archive: a well-maintained site with a wide range of useful information and many links.
Pritzker Military Library
Virginia Historical Society
Civil War Artillery Projectiles: an excellent reference work on every aspect of Civil War artillery.
Civil War Talk: an active site with many connections and a lively forum.
The Civil War Courier