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  1. Welcome to allmichigancivilwar.com! This site is dedicated to helping you find out all you can about Michigan's rich experience in the Civil War AND the many ways you can commemorate it!---
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  3. Civil War Richmond is an online research project by Mike Gorman designed to collect documents, photographs, and maps pertaining to Richmond, Virginia, during the Civil War. Here you will find information regarding many varied facets of life inside the Confederate Capital. There are sections that deal with other important topics, including: battery defenses, cemeteries, industry, and civilian activity.---
  4. The purpose of this blog is to follow the footsteps of Private Parham Morgan Buford who served in 11th Mississippi, Company G during the “War for Southern Independence.” The primary sources are previously unpublished letters Parham sent to his family, military records of the Confederate States of America, and other eye-witness accounts. Secondary and tertiary sources are for enhancing subject matter within the primary sources for modern readers.---

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  1. The complete Civil War site. No more running from site to site.---
  2. A great website for information about this Confederate railroad---
  3. The Civil War came at a time when there were very few advancements in terms of medicine and the treatment of injuries and ailments. Even some of the most basic life-saving techniques, such as CPR, were not heard of or developed at that time. Although medications and methods of treating injuries were in their infancy, the weapons of war were advancing, as was their ability to wreak havoc on the human body.---
  4. This website is an excellent source of information for those who wish to find how Jewish-American citizens participated in the American Civil War.---

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  1. The complete Civil War site. No more running from site to site.---
  2. MoA Volumes: Series I, 1-53; Series II, 1-8; Series III, 1-5; Series IV, 1-4 (1880 - 1901) Series I: Formal reports, both Union and Confederate. Series II: Correspondence, orders, reports, and returns, Union and Confederate, relating to prisoners of war Series III: Correspondence orders, reports, and returns of the Union authorities (embracing their correspondence with the Confederate officials) not relating specially to the subjects of the first and second series.---
  3. Produced by today's foremost Civil War historians, this site contains a definitive list of over 325 topics that every student of the Civil War should study.---

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  1. Awesome website...original recipes from the beginning of time...including the War Between the States and beyond.---
  2. MoA Volumes: Series I, 1-53; Series II, 1-8; Series III, 1-5; Series IV, 1-4 (1880 - 1901) Series I: Formal reports, both Union and Confederate. Series II: Correspondence, orders, reports, and returns, Union and Confederate, relating to prisoners of war Series III: Correspondence orders, reports, and returns of the Union authorities (embracing their correspondence with the Confederate officials) not relating specially to the subjects of the first and second series.---
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  4. The complete Civil War site. No more running from site to site.---
  5. This original draft of Grant’s surrender terms was preserved by Ely S. Parker, a Seneca Indian engineer with legal training who was an assistant adjutant-general on Grant’s staff. Parker was present at the surrender and provided Grant with a manifold book (a cousin of the carbon copy notebook, which yielded three duplicates of handwritten documents) to use in composing his terms. This yellow draft copy came from that book---

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