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  American Civil War - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The American Civil War (1861–1865) was fought in North America within the United States of America, between twenty-three mostly northern states of the Union and the Confederate States of America, a coalition of eleven southern states that declared their independence and claimed the right of secession from the Union in 1860-1861.
According to data from the United States Department of Veterans Affairs, the last surviving Union veteran of the conflict, Albert Woolson, died on August 2, 1956 at the age of 109, and the last Confederate veteran, John Salling, died on March 16, 1958, at the age of 112.
The border States of Missouri and Maryland moved during the course of the war to end slavery, and in December 1864, the Congress proposed the 13th Amendment to the United States Constitution, barring slavery throughout the United States; the 13th Amendment was fully ratified by the end of 1865.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/United_States_Civil_War   (5643 words)

 CIVIL WAR   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Approximately 160 regiments and 10 batteries of light artillery organized in the Confederate States by the Union Army or as state militia in the North and redesignated as United States Colored Troops after the establishment of the Bureau of Colored Troops on May 22, 1863.
The 3rd United States Colored Cavalry Regiment (organized in Memphis and northern Mississippi as the 1st Mississippi Colored Cavalry) participated in the second Grierson Raid from Memphis, Tennessee to Vicksburg, Mississippi commencing on December 21, 1864 and ending on January 13, 1865.
Eleven regiments of United States Colored Troops (8 from Louisiana, 1 from Mississippi, 1 from Missouri, and 1 organized in Louisiana and Mississippi) fought in the Mobile, Alabama Campaign (Battle of Fort Blakely) from March 31 to April 9, 1865.
www.bjmjr.com /civwar/usct.htm   (1160 words)

 The U.S. Army Professional Writing Collection
Moreover, if the beginnings of civil war do occur in one part of the country (for example, the city of Kirkuk), it may still be possible, although difficult, to contain and reverse the conflict before it spreads throughout the entire country.
Civil war is probably the only consequence of the U.S. invasion of Iraq that could lead the population into a situation that is worse than the one they lived with under Saddam, while simultaneously threatening U.S. interests to a greater extent than Saddam ever did.
The United States must make it clear to Iraqi community leaders that it is their responsibility to reach compromise with responsible leaders of other ethnic or sectarian communities because the United States cannot remain in Iraq indefinitely, nor can it adjudicate Iraqi factional disputes indefinitely.
www.army.mil /professionalwriting/volumes/volume3/march_2005/3_05_2.html   (18174 words)

 AllRefer.com - South, the : History : Seventeenth Century to the Civil War, United States (Miscellaneous U.S. ...
Slavery was known as the "peculiar institution" of the South and was protected by the Constitution of the United States.
When differences with the North, especially over the issue of the extension of slavery into the federal territories, ultimately appeared insoluble, the South turned (1860–61) the doctrine of states' rights into secession (or independence), which in turn led inevitably to the Civil War.
Most of the major battles and campaigns of the war were fought in the South, and by the end of the war, with slavery abolished and most of the area in ruins, the Old South had died.
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 united states civil war   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Civil War Memories - Robert C. Carden was born in Coffee County, Tennessee on July ......
Houses military artifacts ranging from the Civil War to the Gulf Ear.
Civil War Prisons, Illinois - Names and locations of prisons in Illinois used during the Civil ......
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The American Civil War began on April 12, 1861 and ended on April 9, 1865.
One of the larger ones, however, was that abolitionists (people completely against slavery that felt it should be stopped immediately) were on the rise in the North.
The majority of the Southern states seceded from the Union and formed their own government called the Confederacy.
www.angelfire.com /ca5/sw00/civilwar.html   (143 words)

 The library maintains an extensive collection of materials relating to the history of science
Civil War Letters and Diaries Full-text of writings from over 400 authors, as well as author biographies, a Civil War chronology and bibliography.
The War of the Rebellion: A Compilation of the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies.
Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System An attempt by the National Park Service to provide basic information about all who served in the war.
www.libraries.psu.edu /artshumanities/history/civilwar1.htm   (2435 words)

 The Infography about the United States Civil War
The Civil War: A Narrative (Random House, 1958-74).
War of the Rebellion: The Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies (U.S. Government Printing Office, 1880-1901).
United States Civil War Center (Louisiana State University).
www.infography.com /content/604447522947.html   (209 words)

 BUBL LINK: United states civil war
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.
The letters are filled with rich details of the war and the living conditions in the Union camps in Mississippi, Missouri, Iowa and Arkansas.
Collection of maps relating to significant incidents during the Civil War in America which are held by the University of Georgia library.
www.bubl.ac.uk /link/u/unitedstatescivilwar.htm   (609 words)

 Civil War Signal Corps and United States Military Telegraph
Anyone interested in any of these Civil War activities are invited to contact on the direct links or to the OVCWA.
The Civil War Signal Corps Beardslee Signal Telegraph at Perryville was a success.
The Civil War Signal Corps and United States Military Telegraph drawings, backgrounds and artwork used in these sites are the original work of Margaret Grayvold of Bock and Wall Internet Marketing.
www.civilwarsignal.org   (473 words)

 United_states_civil_war   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Recognizing that the Confederate States lacks the manpower or industrial resources of the north, Confederate President Jake Featherston and his generals come up with an ambitious plan to cripple the US's industrial capacity by striking at the heart of her steel industry...
They were incontestably two of the most important figures in the Civil War, but until now there has been no book about their victorious partnership and the deep friendship that made it possible.
Official Military Atlas of the Civil War : This is an invaluable book and is truly a must.have for any Civil War researcher...
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 Reason: Southern Nationalism - United States Civil War
Others insist that the war was provoked by an overreaching federal government that refused to recognize the Southern states' rights.
He believes that the Southern states had the right to secede and he believes that the war's true legacy is the centralization of power in Washington and the deification of the "tyrant" Abraham Lincoln.
In 1861, in Savannah, Georgia, Stephens bluntly declared that slavery was "the immediate cause of the late rupture and the present revolution." He said the United States had been founded on the false belief that all men are created equal.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_m1568/is_4_33/ai_77010131   (1301 words)

 Genealogy Resources on the Internet - WWW/Civil War
Among them are: Genconnect Boards for Obituaries, Biographies, and Pensions; Memoriam; Services; Genealogy Sites; Civil War Timelines; Associations, Databases, Etc.; Archives; Bibliographies; Military Life; Sons and Daughters; African Americans in the Civil War; Women of the Civil War; and at the bottom, links to state pages.
Each state involved in this era is hosted, mailing lists are available, one for the North, one for the South, a mailing list for Women of the Civil war and A Civil War Irish list are offered.
Info includes the battle name, the Civil War Sites Advisory Commision's reference number, other names the battle was known by, preservation priority, location, campaign, date(s), principal commanders, forces engaged, estimated casualties, description, results, and a link to the National or State Park Unit (if applicable).
www-personal.umich.edu /~cgaunt/civwar.html   (419 words)

 The Civil War
Theme: the Civil War was a long, bitter struggle that resulted in victory for the Union, defeat for the Confederacy, and enormous casualties for both sides.
Theme: As a result of the principle of Manifest Destiny, the United States stretched from the Atlantic to the Pacific by 1853, having used war, treaty, and purchase to gain land.
White southerners increasingly lived in a state of imagined siege, surrounded by potentially rebellious fls inflamed by abolitionist propaganda… Their fears bolstered an intoxicating theory of biological superiority and turned the South into a reactionary backwater in an era of progress – one of the last bastions of slavery in the western world.
www.schenectady.k12.ny.us /putman/CivilWar.htm   (11378 words)

 IPL Pathfinder: U.S. Civil War History
The enormous amount of literature available on the Civil War is apparent in the Library of Congress classification system employed by many academic libraries.
U.S. Civil War Center: (http://www.cwc.lsu.edu/) This web site, maintained by Louisiana State University, was created for the express purpose of indexing every single internet resource concerning the Civil War.
The American Civil War Information Archive: (http://www.access.digex.net/~bdboyle/cw.html) A browsable collection of links organized by topic, designed to meet the needs of "historians, educators, reenactors, and the interested public".
www.ipl.org.ar /ref/QUE/PF/civilwar.html   (930 words)

 USCWC -- Miscellaneous, General Information, and Facts about States in the Civil War
Civil War Indiana Indiana in the Civil War
The Civil War, Slavery, and Reconstruction in Missouri
The Civil War on Ocracoke and Portsmouth Islands
www.cwc.lsu.edu /links/cwinfo.htm   (642 words)

 The American Civil War Homepage
Indiana's and Kentucky's German-Americans in the Civil War
Civil War Plymouth Pilgrims Descendants Society (survivors of the Battle of Plymouth, NC)
Vermont in the Civil War -- Regimental Units
sunsite.utk.edu /civil-war/warweb.html   (4252 words)

 United States, Civil War Regimental Histories Index, All States
Union forces comprised the equivalent of 2,047 regiments during the Civil War, of which 1,696 were infantry, 272 were cavalry, and 78 were artillery.
Frederick H. Dyer, A Compendium of the War of the Rebellion, vol.
Battles and Leaders of the Civil War [e-book, 4 vols.
www.tarleton.edu /~kjones/unions.html   (395 words)

 Internet Modern History Sourcebook: US Civil War
Statutes of the United States Concerning Slavery, 1794-1850 [At Yale]
Richard Furman: Exposition of the Views of the Baptists, Relative to the Coloured Population in the United States, 2nd ed, 1838 [At Furman][Added 9/2/98]
DeAnne Blanton: Women Soldiers of the Civil War, Prologue: Quarterly of the National Archives Spring 1993, vol.
www.fordham.edu /halsall/mod/modsbook27.html   (758 words)

Approximately 164 regiments, 10 batteries of light artillery, independent units, Pioneer Corps, and unassigned USCT units were organized in the Confederate States by the Union Army or as state militia in the North.
The vast majority were redesignated as United States Colored Troops after the establishment of the Bureau of Colored Troops on May 22, 1863.
The 62nd U. Colored Infantry Regiment (Missouri) participated in the last major engagement of the Civil War at Palmetto Ranch, Texas on May 15, 1865, over a month after General Lee's surrender at Appomattox, Virginia.
www.coax.net /people/lwf/usct.htm   (1150 words)

 U.S. Civil War and Pension Records   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
The U.S. government holds a wealth of documents concerning the more than 3 million soldiers who fought in the Civil War.
The National Archives in Washington holds all of the original service records of the Civil War soldiers.
Be prepared: You may find information that contradicts your family's proud claims to Civil War glory.
www.history.rochester.edu /jssn/page5.htm   (206 words)

 The Civil War
The American Civil War (1861 - 1865) was one of the most violent times in the History of the United States.
Many books have been written on all aspects of the Civil War.
This is more lives lost in one war than in all wars and conflicts combined following this period in time.
www.us-civilwar.com /civilwar.shtml   (167 words)

 The Civil War Home Page
Welcome to the Civil War Home Page, one of the largest and most comprehensive collections of Civil War related material available on the Internet.
Ordinances of Secession of the 13 Confederate States of America
State and Territory View of Union Troops Furnished and Deaths reported by Cause of Death
www.civil-war.net   (300 words)

 United States Civil War   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
How to subscribe to the Civil War Research Database
the largest, most in-depth and fully searchable database of United States Civil War soldiers and events.
Civil War soldier's roster records = 1,380,000, regimental chronicals = 900, generals profiles = 250, Civil War battle synopsis's = 250
www.civilwardata.com /indexw.html   (67 words)

 Civil War - United States - History - SPU Library   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Civil War - United States - History - SPU Library
Antietam on the Web (includes information on the Battle of Antietam, considered one of the major turning points in the Civil War)
Civil War Resources on the Internet: Abolitionism to Reconstruction (1830's - 1890's)
www.spu.edu /depts/library/reference/history/us_civil_war.htm   (84 words)

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