America's Library: The Civil War
The Library of Congress presents a student-friendly site with images
and documents relevant to the Civil War era. Includes information about
the first national cemeteries, significant battles, the opening of the
NY stock market, and historical figures.
Gettysburg National Military Park
Living in Camp, Battling Boredom, Existing Day to Day, and Camp Images are the topics covered by this national park museum.
Library of Congress Civil War Photographs
The American Civil War Homepage
Page maintained by a University of Tennessee professor. Includes links
to topics as varied as Battles, Women, Music, Medicine, Cartoons and
Kidport Reference Library: The Civil War
Includes pages on battles, weapons, uniforms, the life of a soldier,
and more. (The site looks good but was unable to find information about
author or a bibliography)
Civil War Weapons
Pages on weapons, ships, submarines, and more. Written by Lawrence
Combs who appears to have graduated with a political science degree
from Eastern Kentucky University. No bibliography provided.
Chronology of African American Military Service
Civil War to WWI. Site provided by the US Army.
Black Regiments of the American Civil War
Article from a Columbia University History Professor.
Spartucus Educational: USA History: American Civil War
Written by a British History teacher.
LSU Civil War Center