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Advertising Information. The American Civil War began in , lasted until , and was ruinous by any standard. This split in the fabric of the country began a bitter war, concluding in the death of more than , soldiers. When the South finally surrendered, the Confederacy collapsed, and slavery was abolished. To understand the conflict, take a look back at the primary documents that highlight decisions of generals, the everyday drudgery of soldiers, and the photographic images of battle.
Hundreds of websites offer insight into the American Civil War. This guide is not comprehensive, but it highlights a diverse collection of free websites of primary sources for the study of the war. These websites include digitized newspaper archives for both the Union and Confederate sides of the struggle, collections of letters and diaries, digitized photographs, maps, and official records and dispatches from the battlefields.
Article Tools Print this article. How to cite item. Newspapers Brooklyn Daily Eagle — An important daily newspaper, the Eagle was unusual for its time since it covered national as well as regional news. The archive is searchable, can be browsed by date, and includes zooming capabilities to see the tiny text up close. The archive is maintained by the Brooklyn Public Library.
Chronicling America. This site offers access to multiple newspapers from both the Confederate and Union states. Over 1, newspapers are in the archive, but not all of them are from the Civil War years. Search across the newspapers for a range of contemporary stories from both sides of the war.
From the Library of Congress. The archive of this popular weekly newspaper highlights only the Civil War years. The site is searchable and is arranged chronologically with thumb-nails of the front pages. All pages from the — Civil War period have been scanned including the engravings and illustrations.
From the Lee Foundation. Approximately 7, portraits and battleground images are available. The collection is from the glass negatives of Mathew Brady and Alexander Gardner, as well as from photographic collections that were purchased by the Library of Congress in Browse by broad subjects or search by keyword. Civil War Maps. Nearly 3, maps are included in this online composite of three collections from the Library of Congress, the Virginia Historical Society, and the Library of Virginia.
Search by keyword and narrow with the facets to the left of the results page. Approximately 20, documents, which include correspondence with enclosures of newspaper clippings, drafts of speeches, notes, pamphlets, and other printed material by Lincoln, are available.
Most of the material dates from the presidential years. Lincoln had a lively correspondence with many people in his day, so this is a rich resource. Each piece is scanned, with accompanying transcription. Searchable by keyword or just browse the collection. This site has transcribed letters from the University of Virginia special collections with links to other collections some links are only accessible by University of Virginia students.
A collection of letters from both Union and Confederate soldiers, organized by name and regiment. A huge online collection of scanned letters, newspaper articles, images, photographs, diaries, and much more, filled with the stories of Michigan soldiers. Penn State has a rich digitized special collection. These include diaries, newspapers, and other ephemera. No transcriptions are available for the diaries, but the scanned pages are clean and easy to peruse.
Civil War Diaries and Letters. Browse a list of scanned diaries and letters from the University of Iowa Libraries, some of which currently have transcriptions, but not all. You can also browse by year to get the materials for a particular time. Civil War Diaries and Letters Collections. A collection of diaries and letters from Auburn University, covering both sides of the war; each item is scanned and transcribed. A collection of letters, photographs, and diary entries that document a lesser-known conflict of the time.
The resources are scanned and transcribed. When possible, the letters also show connections to other related people and events. This site is a result of collaboration with Kansas City-area libraries, historical societies, and museums.
Dispatches and battles Antietam on the Web. This site looks at the crucial Battle of Sharpsburg Antietam , highlighting generals and other officers, battle maps, and important background information. This site also includes the transcriptions of reports from the officers from both sides of the war, as well as excerpts from diaries and letters of some of the soldiers who survived.
The Making of America site is an excellent source of primary documents, and this one features the orders, reports, and correspondence from the Union and Confederate navies.
The scanned pages of the volume set from the Government Printing Office are annotated and arranged chronologically.
The collection is searchable. This is an essential resource for any study of naval operations in the war. Ulysses S. Grant Presidential Library. Also included are photographs and prints from the life of Grant, including photographs from the war.
The volumes are searchable as well as browsable. This volume work from the Making of America site at Cornell University contains the formal reports for both the Union and Confederate armies, including correspondence and orders.
The scanned volumes are arranged chronologically and identified with a brief annotation. The volumes are searchable. This is an essential resource for anyone doing serious research on battles, regiments, and the progress of the war. Includes more than 2, first-person accounts, and more than photographs. Frederick Douglass Papers. They are searchable, and also can be browsed by date, and then narrowed by type, such as speeches or correspondence.
North American Slave Narratives. Not every manuscript is a primary document, but many are. Included on the site are narratives of fugitive and former slaves in published form from before For scholars interested in further study, a bibliography of slave and former-slave narratives by William L.
Andrews is also included. Slavery and Abolition in the U. Reflecting both sides of the slavery question, these publications from the s include speeches, tracts, pamphlets, books, legal proceedings, religious sermons, and personal accounts. This collection from a cooperative project by Millersville University and Dickinson College includes more than 24, individual pages.
Slaves and the Courts — The collection contains more than pamphlets and books published between and Confederacy The Museum of the Confederacy. The Papers of Jefferson Davis. A selection of documents from the published papers of the same name that includes speeches, reports, and correspondence.
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Join us Thursday for two special coronavirus tele-town hall meetings. Find out more. An ambulance crew demonstrates the removal of wounded soldiers from the field during the Civil War. Some ring strong: of course the end of slavery, perhaps the worst disgrace in the nation's history. And the , ancestors lost. Other vestiges have weakened with the passage of time but are no less legacies of the four horrific, heroic years that shaped us as one nation.
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Historians have long debated whether there was ever a chance of Confederate victory in the American Civil War. Northern public opinion would not have supported a long or costly war, so it follows that if the Confederate Army had managed to outlast its opponents in defensive battles rather than invade Union territory, the Confederacy might have had a chance at overall victory. However, there are various reasons the Union prevailed, including a handful of turning points during the war at which point the Confederate cause seemed practically unsalvageable. During that year, Lincoln defeated George McClellan to secure reelection in the presidential election, signaling approval and support from Republicans, War Democrats, border states, and newly emancipated slaves.
Jun Historical Question: Utilizing the strengths and weaknesses present in the Union and Confederacy, create a multi-part strategy for victory in the Civil War for the Union and Confederacy. CP, Honors. Through an investigation of political, cultural and military factors of the United States during the Antebellum Era design a plan of action for the Union and Confederacy to be victorious in the Civil War which is able to accentuate strengths while limiting weaknesses. AP, IB.
McPherson successfully defended against a Confederate offensive from Lieut. John Bell Hood on the eastern outskirts of Atlanta , Georgia. In May of , Sherman began his Atlanta Campaign. At the direction of Lieut. Ulysses S.
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The Civil War would prove to be the most deadly war in American history. If one were to add together the American casualties from all wars – the. Revolutionary.Dino S. 28.05.2021 at 22:18
The Battle of Shiloh, also known as the Battle of Pittsburg Landing, took place from April 6 to April 7, , and was one of the major early engagements of the American Civil War