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The Gettysburg National Military Park Virtual Tour: The Battle of Gettysburg     View
An illustrated history of this U.S. Civil War battle fought in July 1863. Includes images from the battle sites, diagrams of the attacks, biographies, eyewitness accounts, a bibliography, and related material. From the National Park Service.

The War of the Rebellion: A Compilation of the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies     View
An online version of one of the primary sources of the U.S. Civil War (70 volumes, published in 1880-1901 by the War Records Office). Searchable. Part of the &quot;Making of America&quot; series by Cornell University Library.

Gilmer Civil Wars Maps Collection     View
&quot;The Gilmer maps are an extensive group of Civil War maps, including both manuscript maps and printed maps with manuscript annotations and engineers' drawings of military construction,&quot; housed in the Manuscripts Department of the Wilson Lib ...

Mr. Lincoln and New York: The 1863 Draft Riots     View
Overview of the 1863 Draft Riots, a series of violent events in July of that year &quot;the proximate cause [of which] was the fact that New York City -- which had furnished too many soldiers to the Union Army at the beginning of the [Civil] war now ...

NY Draft Riots     View
This illustrated presentation recounts the events of the New York City Draft Riots of July 1863, violent reactions to U.S. Civil War draft legislation and related political and social tensions. Includes maps showing the locations of events in Manhatt ...

Civil War Treasures from the New York Historical Society     View
This site 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 ...

Florida in the Civil War     View
Includes an essay, a timeline of related events, photos, documents (diaries, letters, and memoirs), and resources for teachers. From the Florida Memory Project .

The Official Site of the Friends of the Hunley     View
Site describes the tragic history of the H.L. Hunley , the first submarine to sink a ship in battle (Charleston, South Carolina, February 17, 1864), and the people who developed it and lost their lives in it. It also discusses and illustrates the ong ...

Stonewall Jackson Resources: VMI Archives     View
This site provides brief biographical information on General Thomas Jonathan Jackson in the chronology and FAQ. More details are available in a selection of full-text correspondence in manuscript form, notes on his teaching career, contemporary accou ...

The Official Mississippi Tourism and Travel Guide     View
Information about accommodations, casinos, events, restaurants, music, outdoor activities, and cultural attractions in Mississippi. The heritage section features information about historic homes, black and Native American heritage (including suggeste ...




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