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  1. The Immigrants' Civil War is a project of the immigrant website Long Island Wins.---
  2. Come be a witness to the United States Civil War by reading through the transcribed and deciphered messages and codes from the United States Military Telegraph (USMT). We have sought to engage experts and amateurs alike – our new DCW Volunteer Corps – in a unique collaboration to transcribe and decipher a collection of almost 16,000 telegrams and 32 code books from The Thomas T. Eckert Papers, thought lost at the end of the war.---
  3. "The American Civil War was replete with interesting characters and personalities. Soldiers, politicians, and civilians – both North and South – performed remarkable feats of courage, intellect, and leadership during the course of the conflict. The intent of Civil War Profiles is to tell those stories. It is a blog focused on the individuals and the actions they performed relevant to the Civil War." --Mathew W. Lively---
  4. "Although the focus of this blog is Antietam, Gettysburg, photography and stories of common soldiers, I do delve into other topics. I visit battlefields several times a year and always aim to come back to Connecticut with something fresh and interesting. I particularly enjoy diving into the great resources at the Connecticut Historical Society and Connecticut State Library, where there is plenty of fodder for great story-telling." --John Banks---
  5. 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.---

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  1. “A House Divided” is a blog dedicated to news and issues of importance to Civil War enthusiasts across the country and around the world. Blogger Linda Wheeler and a panel of respected Civil War experts will debate and dissect historical issues and explore new concepts. Wheeler will also report on conferences and seminars, find little-known battlefields and sites to explore, keep track of local, national and international stories of interest to readers and provide advice on upcoming events.---
  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. This site is dedicated to the preservation of American Civil War information, particularly the correspondences, diaries and letters of soldiers who served in the field and elsewhere. We hope that by providing a comprehensive and searchable archive of this information a more complete picture of one of the bloodiest chapters in American history can be better understood by researchers, archivists, historians and students alike.---
  4. "What’s this blog’s purpose and intent? Well simply, to aid the organization and presentation of my research, notations, and observations regarding the study of American history, in particular the Civil War. This study currently manifests itself in two directions – cataloging of historical markers and site visits to Civil War battlefields." --Craig Swain---
  5. "Welcome to Bull Runnings, where you'll find my digital history project on the First Battle of Bull Run which is organized under the Bull Run Resources section. I'll also post my thoughts on the processes behind the project and commentary on the campaign, but pretty much all things Civil War are fair game." --Harry Smeltzer---

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  1. "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---
  2. 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.---
  3. “A House Divided” is a blog dedicated to news and issues of importance to Civil War enthusiasts across the country and around the world. Blogger Linda Wheeler and a panel of respected Civil War experts will debate and dissect historical issues and explore new concepts. Wheeler will also report on conferences and seminars, find little-known battlefields and sites to explore, keep track of local, national and international stories of interest to readers and provide advice on upcoming events.---
  4. This site is dedicated to the preservation of American Civil War information, particularly the correspondences, diaries and letters of soldiers who served in the field and elsewhere. We hope that by providing a comprehensive and searchable archive of this information a more complete picture of one of the bloodiest chapters in American history can be better understood by researchers, archivists, historians and students alike.---
  5. "What’s this blog’s purpose and intent? Well simply, to aid the organization and presentation of my research, notations, and observations regarding the study of American history, in particular the Civil War. This study currently manifests itself in two directions – cataloging of historical markers and site visits to Civil War battlefields." --Craig Swain---

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  1. "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---
  2. "Welcome to Bull Runnings, where you'll find my digital history project on the First Battle of Bull Run which is organized under the Bull Run Resources section. I'll also post my thoughts on the processes behind the project and commentary on the campaign, but pretty much all things Civil War are fair game." --Harry Smeltzer---
  3. 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.---
  4. "Although the focus of this blog is Antietam, Gettysburg, photography and stories of common soldiers, I do delve into other topics. I visit battlefields several times a year and always aim to come back to Connecticut with something fresh and interesting. I particularly enjoy diving into the great resources at the Connecticut Historical Society and Connecticut State Library, where there is plenty of fodder for great story-telling." --John Banks---
  5. “A House Divided” is a blog dedicated to news and issues of importance to Civil War enthusiasts across the country and around the world. Blogger Linda Wheeler and a panel of respected Civil War experts will debate and dissect historical issues and explore new concepts. Wheeler will also report on conferences and seminars, find little-known battlefields and sites to explore, keep track of local, national and international stories of interest to readers and provide advice on upcoming events.---

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