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  1. "Commentary on contemporary and historical issues related to Confederate Heritage."---
  2. 45 Original Letters written by my g-g grandfather from August, 1862 until his capture at the Battle of the Crater on July 30, 1864. He was one of 6 officers of the 2nd. PA Provisional Heavy Artillery who were taken prisoner. This regiment was the very first to enter the Crater following the explosion of 8,000 lbs. of black powder.---
  3. Muster is the Blog of the Journal of the Civil War Era, a scholarly journal. Many of the articles are written by professors at universities around the country. Most use some present-day issue as a starting point for examining the Civil War and Reconstruction Eras.---
  4. Civil War news, preservation, events, locations and photos---
  5. Norman Gasbarro, Ed.D., is a genealogical/historical researcher and writer living in Philadelphia, PA. Norm taught history for over twenty-five years. He is a graduate of Muhlenberg College with a major in history and holds advanced degrees from Rowan University (NJ) and Columbia University (NY).---

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  1. Civil War Saga is a blog about the rich history of the American Civil War. The blog discusses the many people, places and events of the Civil War, spanning all four years of the war plus the pre & post-war eras.---
  2. Blog on everything Mississippi in the Civil War. Hosted by member @Championhilz.---
  3. Hi, I'm Maggie MacLean, author of the Civil War Women Blog. I'm an amateur historian based in Southwest Florida, and I love to research and write about women in American history. I've studied the Civil War for decades, and my personal library now has a room of its own. I do alot of my research on the Internet, and I always provide links to my sources at the end of every post.---
  4. "Commentary on contemporary and historical issues related to Confederate Heritage."---

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  1. Blog on everything Mississippi in the Civil War. Hosted by member @Championhilz.---
  2. "I am a historian and former high school history teacher based in Boston, Massachusetts. I specialize in the history of the American Civil War and have worked tirelessly for over ten years to share that passion with as broad an audience as possible." --Kevin M. Levin---
  3. Discussion of all social, political and cultural aspects of the American Civil War battles fought in Spotsylvania County, Virginia. Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Wilderness and Spotsylvania. Antebellum to modern day perspective of the material culture effects of these engagements, both military and civilian. From time to time your blog host will examine other Civil War sites such as Manassas, Gettysburg, and Petersburg.---
  4. We are historians, history buffs, or other people who love the Civil War (or, if you prefer, the War Between the States). We combine our talents to present our knowledge of this period in our nation’s history in the hopes that you, the reader, will gain increased knowledge about our nation and its history.---
  5. 45 Original Letters written by my g-g grandfather from August, 1862 until his capture at the Battle of the Crater on July 30, 1864. He was one of 6 officers of the 2nd. PA Provisional Heavy Artillery who were taken prisoner. This regiment was the very first to enter the Crater following the explosion of 8,000 lbs. of black powder.---

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  1. Historian Andy Hall's blog. Here is how he describes it: This blog is my attempt to explore that conflict and its legacy. I hope that readers will not confuse my general irreverence with a lack of seriousness. That would be a mistake, because the Civil War is the most horrific event that’s occurred in this nation’s history. This blog exists as much to clarify my own thinking as it is to inform others.---
  2. Civil War news, preservation, events, locations and photos---
  3. Al Mackey shares his explorations of the Civil War.---
  4. Muster is the Blog of the Journal of the Civil War Era, a scholarly journal. Many of the articles are written by professors at universities around the country. Most use some present-day issue as a starting point for examining the Civil War and Reconstruction Eras.---
  5. Historian Victoria Bynum's blog. Bynum, the author of "The Free State of Jones," writes about dissenters and Unionists in the South during the Civil War Era and Reconsrtuction.---

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