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2nd Lt. Thomas B. Reeves - Served in the 10th Indiana Cavalry during the U.S. Civil War. Was captured and sent to Andersonville Prison and later died aboard the Sultana steamer trying to get back home just after the war ended in April, 1865. Site includes good links to other sites dealing with the plight of the common soldier.
A Year of Glory - A detailed account of the first twelve months of the Army of Northern Virginia under Robert E. Lee, from his assumption of command on June 1, 1862, to the eve of the climactic battle at Gettysburg.
Belle Boyd: A Spy in the Shenandoah - This site contains a brief biography and a photograph of this Southern spy who was incarcerated at the Old Capitol prison.
Braxton Bragg - "He Always Stops to Quarrel With His Generals" - A critical evaluation of one of the unluckiest of the Confederate generals by David M. Smith of the Cincinnati Civil War Round Table.
Braxton Bragg - "Misplaced General" - Fvorable evaluation of Bragg by Dr. Grady McWhiney of The Cincinnati Civil War Round Table
Brig. General Lewis Addison Armistead, CSA - Life and service of Brig. Gen. Lewis Addison Armistead to both the U.S. and Confederate Armies. Bios on the General and his son, Walker Keith, as well as Regimental and other Armistead related information.
CSA Spy Henry Thomas Harrison - A detailed account of Gen. James Longstreet's famous scout. However, historians are still trying to piece together the mystery of Harrison and continue searching for clues as to his earlier life and his whereabouts after the Civil War.
Chamberlain Lovers - Dedicated to Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain, Civil War soldier and Congressional Medal of Honor winner. Includes a short biography and a bibliography page of books, videos, and music.
Civil War Battles and Leaders Homepage - Includes informational pages on many leaders and battles of the Civil War.
Civil War Biographies - Features detailed information about many of the major players in the American Civil War, including Belle Boyd, Jubal Early, Nathan Bedford Forrest, Clara Barton and more.
Civil war heroines - Women who became involved in the Civil War and the battle concerning slavery - speaking, writing, spying, bandaging, and in some instances, risking their lives to support the Union cause.
Colonel Elmer E. Ellsworth - Details the life of one of the first and most colorful casualties of the American Civil War, the soldier who removed the rebel flag from the Marshall House hotel in Alexandria.
Female Heroes and Spies of the Civil War - This article is a very brief look at the contributions made by women during the Civil War. It primarily covers espionage and women in combat.
General A.P. Hill, CSA - Site dedicated to the life and career of CSA Gen. Ambrose Powell Hill, Commander 3rd Corps ANV, who served in virtually every major battle in the East.
General Ambrose E. Burnside - A brief biography of General Ambrose E. Burnside, a Civil War officer.
General Officers of the Civil War - This site is a gallery of pictures of men who held general officer rank in the armies of the Union and the Confederacy during the American Civil War. Currently, there are over 700 small pictures available for viewing.
George H. Thomas - Rock of Chickamauga - Commander of the Union Army of the Cumberland. Site includes chronology, photos, comprehensive biblography, and articles.
George Meade Archive - Dedicated to the life of Major General George Gordon Meade, the commander of the Army of the Potomac at the Battle of Gettysburg and in the final Richmond campaign. Site includes biography, letters, photos, and more.
Henry W. Lawton - The story, pictures, and links of a forgotten army hero of the Civil War and late 19th century.
Hosea's Page - Honors Massachusetts Civil War soldier Hosea Orcutt Barnes and others, of Scituate, Hingham, Pembroke and Boston; photos of CW veterans' graves in Pinegrove Cemetery, East Pembroke, MA.

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