Provides a list of resources including biographical information, battles and campaigns, documentary records, regimental rosters and histories, also includes such general resources as songs and music, reenactments, secession and slavery.
Depictions of slavery on Confederate currency.
Provides a number of links covering the American Civil War from its beginnings through the battles and its leadership, has links to related topics.
Documents the experiences of women during the Civil War, through their letters, diaries, documents, photographs and prints.
The EyeWitness to History series provides diaries, photographs, and eyewitness reports that relate to a particular aspect of the Civil War, such as the battle of Bull Run, Brown's raid on Harpers' Ferry, or the death of John Wilkes Booth.
A collection of Civil War photographs is found here.
This is the companion website for the PBS documentary by Ken Burns. Don't miss the opportunity to make your own Civil War movie out of archival photographs.
Developed by students in New York, this page presents timelines, graphs, maps, flags, uniforms and biographies of important Civil War figures.
The Time of the Lincolns is a companion website to the PBS program Abraham and Mary Lincoln: A House Divided. It provides information on the the Civil War, as well as women's rights, slavery, abolition, politics and the growth of the industrial economy. It contains primary sources from newspapers, letters and diaries.
Provides access to the story of Stowe's novel as an American cultural phenomenon.