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         Civil War People:     more books (100)
  1. A People's History of the Civil War: Struggles for the Meaning of Freedom (A New Press People's History) by David Williams, 2006-09-25
  2. The English Civil War: A People's History by Diane Purkiss, 2007
  3. Great Women of the Civil War (We the People: Civil War Era series) (We the People: Civil War Era) by Lucia Raatma, 2005-06-01
  4. Civil War: People and Perspectives (Perspectives in American Social History)
  5. Lynchburg in the Civil War: The city--the people--the battle (The Virginia Civil War battles and leaders series) by George G Morris, 1984
  6. People at the Center of - The Civil War (People at the Center of) by Chris Hughes, 2003-11-14
  7. Surrender at Appomattox (We the People: Civil War Era series) (We the People: Civil War Era) by Andrew Santella, 2006-06-01
  8. Dred Scott Decision (We the People: Civil War Era series) (We the People: Civil War Era) by Jason Skog, 2007-01-01
  9. The Union Soldier (We the People: Civil War Era series) (We the People) by Renee C. Rebman, 2007-01-01
  10. A War of the People: Vermont Civil War Letters
  11. Trial by Fire: A People's History of the Civil War and Reconstruction Period (People's History of the USA) by Page Smith, 1990-07-01
  12. The Underground Railroad (We the People: Civil War Era series) (We the People: Civil War Era) by Ann R. Heinrichs, 2001-06-01
  13. The Confederate Soldier (We the People: Civil War Era series) (We the People: Civil War Era) by Jennifer Blizin Gillis, 2007-01-01
  14. Women of the Confederacy (We the People: Civil War Era series) (We the People: Civil War Era) by Barbara A. Somervill, 2007-01-01

1. Civil War Links - People
civil war people. Hartwell Carver Tompkins Battlefield Surgeon of the Civil War. Life Stories of Civil War Heroes
Civil War People
  • Hartwell Carver Tompkins: Battlefield Surgeon of the Civil War
  • Life Stories of Civil War Heroes
  • The Patrick Cleburne Society
  • Octave Francois Vallette ...
  • Brink, Ozias (1841-1911)
    Civil War Generals
  • Civil War Generals
  • General Officers of the Civil War
    Davis, Jefferson (1808-1889)
  • Beauvoir: Last Home of President Jefferson Davis
  • Jefferson Davis Memorial Home Page
  • Papers of Jefferson Davis, The
  • de Polignac, C.J. (1832-1913) ...
  • Johnson, Edward (1816-1873)
    Lincoln, Abraham (1809-1865)
  • Abraham Lincoln, A Rutherford County Native
  • Surratt House Museum
  • Abraham Lincoln Birthplace NHS
  • Abraham Lincoln Online ...
  • Longstreet, James (1821-1904) Meade, George Gordon (1815-1872)
  • Meade Archive
  • Meade Biography
  • Rawlins, John Aaron (1831-1869)
  • Ritland, John (1838-1917) Sherman, William Tecumseh (1820-1891)
  • General William Tecumseh Sherman
  • Sherman, William Tecumseh (1820-1891)
  • William Tecumseh Sherman
  • Wilcox, Cadmus Marcellus (1824-1890)
  • 2. Cathy Barton/Dave Para: Civil War PEOPLE Index
    civil war people Index. These are people who figure in the Civil War songs we sing. Since we sing mostly the songs of the Civil War
    Civil War PEOPLE Index
    These are people who figure in the Civil War songs we sing.
    Since we sing mostly the songs of the Civil War of the Western Border, most of these people figure in the western theatre of the war.
    Return to our main Civil War page Return to the main Cathy Barton / Dave Para home page

    3. Barton/Para: Civil War PEOPLE: Mosby M. Parsons
    civil war people Mosby M. Parsons. References on this web site Kelly s Irish Brigade. Other references on the worldwide web Write
    Civil War People
    Mosby M. Parsons

    4. Quia - Civil War Terms And People
    More results from EDSITEment Lesson Plan Literature and Language Arts. Biography. Time Required. Eve of the civil war people and Places in the North and South 1 or 2 class periods. Skills.
    @import url(/css/quia_button.css); List of Terms
    Civil War Terms and People Reviewing key people and terms of the civil war.
    A B Confederacy the 11 Southern states that separated from the United States and called itself the Confederate States of America secede to withdraw formally from membership in an organization, association, or alliance Union the 22 Northern States during the Civil War Robert E. Lee General of the Confederacy Jefferson Davis President of the Confederate States of America Stonewall Jackson General of the Confederacy West Point Army Academy Bull Run 1st Battle of Civil War Abraham Lincoln President of the United States George B. McClellan Union General Ulysses S. Grant Union General Tecumseh Sherman Union General Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Frederick Douglass abolitionist and orator Merrimac Conferderate ironclad battleship Monitor Union ironclad battleship moderate an individual opposed to extreme views or measures in politics or religion emancipation a condition of being freed from oppression, bondage or restraint civil rights rights belonging to a person because of his or her status as a citizen or as a member of society draft a call to military service Mary Livermore aided sick Union soldiers;established U.S. Sanitary Commission

    5. EDSITEment - Lesson Plan
    Help students to recognize the effect of these differences at the time before the civil war people disagree if they feel prevented from doing what they need

    6. Barton/Para: Civil War PEOPLE: William Clarke Quantrill
    civil war people William Clarke Quantrill. Return to the civil war people Index Return to our Civil War Page. Return to the main Barton/Para Page.
    Civil War People
    William Clarke Quantrill

    7. Cathy Barton And Dave Para: Researching The Music
    Chronological index of battles in around Missouri. Hot Map of Missouri Civil War Battlefields. Index of civil war people mentioned on our site.
    Civil War Music of the Western Border
    Our focus on tradtional music from our own Missouri/Ozark region led us to study the events of the Civil War in our own area. With our own local historian and songwriter Bob Dyer we eventually produced the only compilation of music from the Civil War in the West. We recorded two volumes of music which include booklets of extensive notes about the songs as well as the lyrics, many of which follow. The war in the Trans-Mississippi West is fascinating and peculiar in Civil War scholarship and a subject often too remote and too difficult for most writers to tackle. The primary sources and certainly the earliest secondary sources suffer from very biased perspectives, causing many a historian and writer to fail in what should be an objective study of what can be called an American Bosnia. Pictured is a photo of a wax reconstruction of the head of William Clarke Quantrill , the most infamous of the guerrilla leaders in the border war. In addition to giving Frank and Jesse James some on-the-job training for their later outlaw careers, Quantrill played the largest role in the bloodiest and most widespread guerrilla warfare during the Civil War. This theater of war begins years before the firing on Fort Sumter in 1861 and, with the career of James/Younger gang, extends for many years after peace is signed at Appomatox. Quantrill's reconstructed wax head, stored in a refrigerator in the historical museum of his hometown of Dover, Ohio, symbolizes a personal story that is fascinating even after his death.

    8. Civil War People - MMSD Electronic Library
    What s New! Home Themes civil war people. Links to maps and photos of some of the places where the debates were held. Home Themes civil war people.;o=alpha

    9. Civil War People - MMSD Electronic Library
    Search the Entire Web. What s New! Home Themes civil war people. From the National Park Service. Home Themes civil war people.;o=pop

    10. Education Planet - Civil War Resources
    612 Civil War Reports - A wonderful site created by 5th and 6th graders at Sand Point School, covering the civil war people, places, events, and battles.
    All Grades Pre-K K-2 Higher Ed Search 100,000+ top educational sites, lessons and more! The Civil War "Four score and seven years ago our fathers brought forth on this continent a new nation, conceived in liberty and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal. Now we are engaged in a great civil war, testing whether that nation or any nation so conceived and so dedicated can long endure." - The Gettysburg Address by Abraham Lincon The American Civil War was the tragic conflict that pitted neighbor against neighbor, brother against brother. Tensions had been growing between the north and the south for some time, but by the end of 1860, historic conflicts over issues of state's rights had become acute. The question of legalized slavery had also become a major point of contention. Just before the year's end, Abraham Lincoln, who had once proclaimed "Government cannot endure permanently half slave, half free..." was elected President of the United States. Within two months, South Carolina, Mississippi, Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana and Texas had seceded from the Union. In February of 1861, the Confederate States of America had been formed with Jefferson Davis as President. Abraham Lincoln was sworn in as the 16th President of the United States in March. In April, 1861, the confederate army attacked Fort Sumter and the Civil War had begun. The Civil War lasted five years until General Robert E. Lee surrendered to General Ulysses S. Grant at Appomattox, Virginia in 1865. It had been a long and violent conflict, which left 600,000 men dead, over 1,100,000 injured and the south devastated. The Union had been saved and legalized slavery had been defeated, but a huge price had been paid by thousands on both sides.

    11. U.S. History - Civil War
    Lesson Plan Eve of the civil war people and Places of the North and South This MarcoPolo lesson plan is intended to provide students with a knowledge of the
    Go to Teaching with Technology
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    Topic : Civil War Tip: Press ctrl and F (or apple and F on a Mac) to perform a keyword search of this page. To keyword search all Best of History Web Sites pages use the search engine located on the home page. U.S. Civil War Center (Louisiana State)
    Produced by Louisiana State university, the site is not a museum or library but serves to locate, index, and make available Civil War data on the Internet. A great place to begin web research. The American Civil War Homepage (U. TN)
    Has useful information including timelines, descriptions of battles (state by state), letters, documents, and links Civil War and Reconstruction, 1861-1877
    This Library of Congress exhibition contains succinct overviews of several aspects of the Civil War and Reconstruction and features primary sources, maps, and images Civil War Resources from the VMI Archives
    This site highlights collections of the Virginia Military Institute, including manuscripts and battle resource guides. Special topics include VMI's Civil War generals, Stonewall Jackson's resources, a war chronology, Robert E. Lee's funeral and more Great American History
    This is a diverse site on the Civil War that provides educational materials and research services. Some of the unconventional topics covered are religious revivalism in the armies, unsung heroes, and Lincoln's belief in God.

    12. Spanish Civil War People Actions - Spanish
    Spanish civil war people Actions, Many historians consider the Spanish Civil War a prologue to WW2. The long war and the use of

    13. A Civil War Conference
    5. Draw up a list of civil war people represented in the stations with the names of students who researched them. Post the list near the first station.
    Houghton Mifflin Social Studies
    America Will Be
    A Civil War Conference
    Objective: Students work together to organize a conference on people who played a role in the Civil War. What You Need: Suggested Time:
    3-4 hours over a period of 4-5 days (including the conference) Building Background:
    The United States in 1860 map
    to show the states loyal to the Union and the states that joined the Confederacy. Be sure that they also show how the state of Virginia split when the western region did not secede and West Virginia was formed. Tell students that they will be researching the lives of people involved in this war. What To Do: Have small groups of students each choose a person who played a role in the Civil War. Some well-known people include Abraham Lincoln, Jefferson Davis, Robert Gould Shaw, General Ulysses S. Grant, General Robert E. Lee, Matthew Brady, and Clara Barton, but students should choose any person who interests them, including people who are not well-known. Each group should research the life and accomplishments of the person they chose. Encourage students to use encyclopedias and biographies from the school or local library, and video materials if available.

    ART AND HISTORICAL NARRATIVES. BLACK CAMISARDS African-American civil war Art and Collectibles. people - (Soldiers, Sailors, Scouts and civilians).
    in the
    By Bennie J. McRae, Jr.
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    "No officer in this regiment now doubts that the key to the successful prosecution of this war lies in the unlimited employment of black troops. Their superiority lies simply in the fact that they know the country, while white troops do not, and, moreover, that they have peculiarities of temperament, position, and motive which belong to them alone. Instead of leaving their homes and families to fight they are fighting for their homes and families, and they show the resolution and sagacity which a personal purpose gives. It would have been madness to attempt, with the bravest white troops what I have successfully accomplished with the black ones. Everything, even to the piloting of the vessels and the selection of the proper points for cannonading, was done by my own soldiers." Excerpt from February 1, 1863 report by Colonel T. W. Higginson,

    15. Civil War American History Timeline Battle Map Pictures
    American civil war Battle Maps and Timeline 1860 1865 Documents Pictures. Featured.Indexes. civil war Timeline. State Battle Maps to explore the colorful scenes and meet all sorts of interesting people. Each of the seven events contains its own set
    Civil War Timeline

    State Battle Maps

    Alphabetic Battle List

    Colored Troops
    Period Maps
    Direct Access Confederate Constitution
    Confederate Flags

    Cumberland Gap

    Antietam Battle Field
    Underground Railroad

    Lee and His Generals 21 in x 12 in Buy This Art Print At Framed Mounted Search this site by keyword, battle or date for specific information. Search Enter the keywords you are looking for and the site will be searched. All occurances of your request will be displayed. You can also enter a date format, April 19, 1862 or September 1864. Original Works Historical Background Why The South Was Not Ready Chronology Of The Army Of The Cumberland The battle for Chattanooga Nov. 63 ... Bibliography People Abraham Lincoln Jefferson Davis Ulysses S. Grant Stonewall Jackson ... Dred Scott Places Events Gettysburg Address Emancipation Proclamation Resource Material Civil War Books Civil War Movies Civil War Movies VHS Civil War Movies DVD Merchandise Photographs Art Prints Weapons Posters ... Music CD's Civil War Generals Buy This Art Search For Posters!

    16. USCWC -- Index Of Civil War Information Available On The Internet
    USCWC Home. Home New Links Links Index Events Search Questions? Become a Member Researching people of the civil war Era.
    Index of Civil War Information
    available on the Internet
    U.S. Civil War Center Homepage
    Evaluating Internet Research Sources

    Evaluate Your Sources
    To read about the Civil War, go to Civil War Information. To find indexes, databases, and other resource material to find information, go to Civil War Resources. Civil War Information Abolition and Slavery
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    17. Famous People Of The Civil War
    Famous people of the civil war. US History civil war people. SEARCH RESULTS 1 12 of 58 http // civil war Leaders. This site provides biographies of many of the

    18. The Civil War Home Page
    Our Links Database has thousands of civil war related links. Enter your Search Term or Select from a Predefined Category. Abolition Slavery. people. Photos.
    The Civil War Home Page Dedicated to the participants, both North and South, in the great American Civil War Home Contact Us Recommend A New Link Do you have a Civil War related web site or a site to recommend? Submit Your Link Links Database Our Links Database has thousands of Civil War related links. Enter your Search Term or Select from a Predefined Category. Associations Battles Documents General Interest ... Unit Information Photos Database Our Photos Database has over 1,100 of Civil War related pictures, images and Cartes de Visite (CDV) photographs. Enter your Search Term or Select from a Predefined Category. African Americans Antietam Atlanta, GA Casualties ... Washington, D.C. Welcome! Welcome to the Civil War Home Page, one of the largest and most comprehensive collections of Civil War related material available on the Internet. Click to view full size New Site - Ghosts of the Field Visit Mike Lynaugh's new website "Ghosts of the Field"

    19. ThinkQuest : Library : The American Civil War Experience
    evacuated for lack of supplies. On Apr. 12, 1861, South Carolina fired on the fort, and the civil war began. The civil war As a
    Index United States Civil War
    The American Civil War Experience
    The Blue and the Gray, the bloodiest of all American wars, the Civil War. The photos and graphic images here bring the war to life on the screen and create the feeling of being transported back in time to the early 1860s. Read brief biographies of 23 Northern leaders and 16 Southern leaders and descriptive accounts of 25 of the most significant Civil War battles. Each entry includes a bibliography, useful for doing further research. Visit Site 1996 ThinkQuest Internet Challenge Languages English Students Christopher Golden High School, Golden, CO, United States Joe Oberlin High School, Oberlin, OH, United States Dale Golden High School, Golden, CO, United States Coaches Ron Golden High School, Golden, CO, United States David Oberlin High School, Oberlin, OH, United States Want to build a ThinkQuest site? The ThinkQuest site above is one of thousands of educational web sites built by students from around the world. Click here to learn how you can build a ThinkQuest site.

    20. The Unknown Civil War - People, Places, Events Of The American Illiad. -  Civil
    In “The Wolf Pit” Youmans spins the tale of two people from opposite poles of civil war America Agate, a young, mute, slave girl and Robin, an equally
    What you didn't know about the Civil War.
    Unknown stories about America's bloodiest conflict.

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    Jun 10 2002, 03:23:36 Newest Articles: see all articles... State's Rights and the Nullification Theory
    by Neal West The theory of State Rights originated before the Constitution. During the colonial period, bickering and jealousy between the different colonies prevented cooperation during the French and Indian War in 1754. Brawner Farm: The Stonewall Brigade meets the Iron Brigade by Neal West Two of the Civil War's most famous units meet for the first time at this small, but deadly, fight. A prelude to the Battle of Second Manassas. Wade Hampton and the Great Beefsteak Raid by Neal West Confederate Cavalry has gone down in history for their talent in befuddling their Yankee counterparts. One of their unknown exploits is Wade Hampton's 1864 raid behind Grant's army to liberate 3000 head of cattle for Lee's starving troops. USS Constellation - The Last Civil War vessel afloat by Neal West The next time you’re near Baltimore, leave some time in your itinerary to visit the Inner Harbor.

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