Civil War Information Resources
Founded in 1987, APCWS is a non-profit organization concerned with the preservation and protection of civil war sites through the purchase of property or negotiation of protective easements.
Also known as the Battle of Bull Run, it was the first large-scale battle of the Civil War. Site includes a battle description (with a Confederate slant) and official records of the leaders.
Also known as the Second Battle of Bull Run. Site includes campaign description, events summary, Lee's campaign, Fitz-John Porter court martial, and official records of the leaders.
Features extensive links including diaries and letters, photographs, poetry and music, and a list of bed & breakfasts located near Civil War sites.
Features information on the battles, the personalities, state battle maps, battle statistics, women in the war, and a people search.
Resources for researching the military service of individual Civil War soldiers from the National Archives and Records Administration.
Contains basic facts about servicemen who served on both sides during the Civil War, linked to other historical information. Sponsored by the National Park Service and partnering agencies.
A list of Civil War round table web sites from AOL; arranged by state.
Includes synopses of events during the Civil War, presented chronologically. Sponsored by the Civil War Network.
From the National Park Service.
Concerned with preserving the park and promoting community involvement and volunteerism.
Museum in Harrisburg, PA, that attempts to portray a balanced presentation of the Civil War that is humanistic in nature, without bias to Union or Confederate causes.
More than 500 photographs of the leaders and sites associated with the Civil War, by Robert Koch.
Includes day-by-day headlines on the Civil War.
A Department of the Louisiana State University Libraries, center promotes the study of the Civil War and maintains an extensive collection of resources.