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  1. RECORDS OF CONFEDERATE VETERANS, 1909 - 1973---
  2. Compiled service records of Union and Confederate soldiers by states, US Government, Confederate Government, and a WHOLE lot more. Very comprehensive!!!---
  3. The Civil War Collection is an "artificial" collection of private papers. The collection contains petitions for pardon, bounty payrolls, quartermaster department records (express receipts, vouchers, pay records, and supply and requisition records), disabled veterans' claims and correspondence pertaining to artificial limb companies, regimental and unit records, union regimental clothing books, regimental and unit records, muster rolls, correspondence and miscellaneous records---
  4. Index to Prisoners at Andersonville, Georgia, and Salisbury, North Carolina Prisons, 1864-1865. Correspondence to the Governor and Adjutant General, 1861-1866. Civil War Guide Project, Guide to Primary Resource Collections at OHS.---

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  1. The Civil War Institute at Gettysburg College uses an interdisciplinary approach to engage diverse audiences in a dialogue about the Civil War.---
  2. Promoting the study of Civil War history at Virginia Tech and beyond.---
  3. A website filled with first hand accounts and photos of men and women from the state of Maine, and their accomplishments during the Civil War.---
  4. Sponsored by the Missouri Division of Tourism, this website contains a lot of information on everything related to Missouri's impact in the civil war, as well as unique features like Flash-animated Battles.---
  5. An excellent source of primary documents that provide numerous records from Augusta County, Virginia, and Franklin County, Pennsylvania that span from before until well after the Civil War. This website allows the viewer to see how the people were affected in both the North and the South by the Civil War.---

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  1. Site devoted to housing documents related to the governors who served Kentucky during the Civil War Era. Site provides images of original documents as well as translations.---
  2. Searchable digital collection includes flags, photographs, documents, regimental histories, articles, correspondence, historical association publications, and more.---
  3. Searchable digital collection of Georgia Civil War documents, manuscripts, correspondence, images, and more from the Atlanta History Center, Georgia Historical Society, and the Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library (University of Georgia).---
  4. In 1905, the U.S. War Department returned 26 Confederate regimental flags to Georgia. In 1916, the General Assembly mandated that flags from the Civil War “be preserved for all time in the Capitol of the State.” The law required the governor to accept “any such flag offered to the state,” and “to make provision for its preservation as may be necessary.” Thus began the Georgia State Flag Collection. The Georgia Archives maintains an online collection of the flags---
  5. A website filled with first hand accounts and photos of men and women from the state of Maine, and their accomplishments during the Civil War.---

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  1. In 1905, the U.S. War Department returned 26 Confederate regimental flags to Georgia. In 1916, the General Assembly mandated that flags from the Civil War “be preserved for all time in the Capitol of the State.” The law required the governor to accept “any such flag offered to the state,” and “to make provision for its preservation as may be necessary.” Thus began the Georgia State Flag Collection. The Georgia Archives maintains an online collection of the flags---
  2. The Library of Virginia houses a large collection of manuscripts, published materials, photographs, broadsides, newspapers, maps, and prints pertaining to the Civil War. The manuscript collections range from single items to much-larger collections of thousands of items. The collections represent both Confederate and Union sides.---
  3. Mississippi Dept. of Archives and History Military Records on Microfilm---
  4. The Pennsylvania State Archives holds many records relating to the American Civil War, 1861-1865. These materials document the commonwealth's activities during the war.---

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