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This is a collection of websites for all aspects of the Civil War. If you have an interest in American History, the sites in this Ring will keep you busy for hours, if not days! We have personal stories as related in diaries and letters, speeches, mauscripts and more. There are several truly great sites in this ring that show what it was like to be a soldier (both sides), what it was like to be a slave before, during and after the Civil War. Spend some time here and gain some keen insights about the Civil War.




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   General Thomas Stonewall Jackson Preview 1 review(s) — Go
Here I will show you the unique side of General Jackson a side one would rarely read about especially in history books. I have a number of his personal letters that he wrote to his sister that shows the General Jackson that many are not aware of. General Jackson was a Great man, it is my hope that I can do some justice to the mans character here on this web site.
   Civil War Era and Reconstruction News Preview 1 review(s) — Go
Newspaper articles, pictures and ads from original civil wars and reconstruction era newspapers from 1860 to 1877.
   Gettysburg Camp No. 112, SUVCW Preview 1 review(s) — Go
Gettysburg Camp No. 112 is located in Gettysburg, PA. We meet at the GAR Hall located on 53 E. Middle Street and we meet the first Sunday of each month (Jan.-May and Sept.-Dec.).

   Sickles' Hole Preview 2 review(s) — Go
A strategic overview of Gettysburg, centered on Sickles' July 2 advance. Features photos and computer generated terrain maps.
   The Great Rebellion, The American Civil War Preview 1 review(s) — Go
This site is a combination of accounts and rosters from the book "History Of Wabasha County" (MN), published 1884, and information compiled by Civil War researcher and reenactor Jerald Anderson.

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