For a good general reading about the Civil War and the battles, I would highly recommend the TIME-LIFE history series. This was printed in several volumes that deals with various battles or campaigns. These books are well written and illustrated with maps and photos. Also, you can usually find a few volumes of this series in your local library. An ole classic that could always be found in school or local libraries is the American Heritage book called "The Civil War" that was written by Bruce Catton and James M. McPherson (Viking Press). This is a large book that is full of information. It featured a bird's-eye sketch of the battle field that included soldiers in minute detail.
sunsite.utk.edu/civil-war/ is a good site with many links to additional sources or you can use a search engine of your choice to find information on the American Civil War . ~ Look to the related link below .
Information about the reconstruction of the States after the American Civil War can be found on a website called Essortment. The local library would also have a selection of books about the Civil War that would have details about the reconstruction efforts.
This war would be known as the Civil War. To find out more information on this specific war, check out the related links.
Depends which Civil War you are referring to. There have been hundreds.English Civil WarWar of the RosesAmerican Civil WarCrimean Civil WarEtcRe-ask with the missing information.
The links below have information on Civil War communication methods and problems. Be sure to scroll to the bottom of the United States Military Telegraph site to find links to further information.
During the Civil War Vermont soldiers fought with the Union "The North" If you want more information on Vermont in the Civil War www.vermontcivilwar.org During the Civil War Vermont soldiers fought with the Union "The North" If you want more information on Vermont in the Civil War www.vermontcivilwar.org
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Which civil war? There have been hundreds.English Civil WarWar of the RosesAmericanCivilWarCrimeanCivilWarEtcRe-ask with the missing information.
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you can find pictures of the civil war uniforms at ''confederate uniforms.com''
There is plenty of firsthand information about the civil war. Letters, diaries, photos, civil war records and reports, newspapers, and battle data.
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Which civil war? There have been thousands of civil wars all over the Earth.Re-ask the question giving the missing information.
This Memorial weekend (2010) there is a Civil War Reenactment in Spokane, WA. It's Saturday - Monday. For information, contact me.
Yes, you can have as many pages as you need to express the information and history of the causes of the civil war.
Another common name for the American Civil War was the War Between the States. For more information on the many names of the Civil War including a list of alternative names for that war, please see the Related Links.
The Library of Congress in Washington DC has many thousands of government records. Without a doubt, the history of tariffs can be found there covering the US Civil War and most of US history.
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I say your social studies textbook can probably offer a lot of information. If not, you can probably just look it up on the Internet.
WorthPoint is an online website that has a price guide to find the value of Civil War collectibles. Another valuable website is Michael Simen's Historical Antiques. This site actually buys and sells Civil War artifacts.