|American Civil War Homepage
|Civil War Homepage
While the American Civil War Homepage
(1861–1865) allows students the opportunity to research the Civil War by subject, category, and topic, the
Civil War Homepage also presents the war's history for each state. From Border States to Northern and Southern states,
each subject is discussed with unique rich content which allows the reader to study and examine his or her state's
contributions during the Civil War. What made the American Civil War different than other wars? Why should we even
consider the late conflict? What were the results of the war? These questions and many more are explored and examined
on this website.
Examples of subjects considered and discussed for each Southern state include:
secession ordinance, slavery, States' Rights, military mobilization, battles and battlefields, battle maps, total soldiers
and generals, manufacturing, army, navy and marine organizations, home guard, partisan and specialized units, total casualties
and killed, colored and Native American troops, women and minorities, aftermath and Reconstruction. History and studies
of the Border States during the Civil War include a variety of subjects: importance of the Border States, history
of the Border States with each state's sectional strife, secession crisis, battles and battlefields, partisans and guerrillas,
contributions to the South and North, postwar and Reconstruction, and much more. Subjects and topics for the Northern
states include, but are not limited to, the following: secession crisis, abolitionists, slavery, mobilization, military
draft and conscription, martial law, Union military organization and structure, colored regiments and units, and results
of Civil War. On the national level, this website covers a variety of U.S. Civil War subjects: slavery, secession,
States' Rights, what caused the Civil War, what was it like to be a Civil War soldier, civilian life, Federal government,
notable politicians and persons, famous brigades, generals and admirals, Union and Confederate armies with numbers and percentages,
contributions of the navy, marines, and coast guard, specialized units, desertion, prisons and prisoners of war, United
States Colored Troops, minorities, military terminology and slang, foreign involvement, horses and mascots, manpower
and percentages, comparison between the North and South from manufacturing to the home front, military strategies and tactics,
weapons, turning points, deadliest battles, campaigns and expeditions, operations and sieges, civilians, battlefield maps,
major battles and battlefields, medicine , scientific advances and inventions, signal corps, spies, sappers, miners, railroads
and trains, transportation, veteran monuments and Union and Confederate cemeteries, historical markers, statistics
and analysis of the Union and Confederacy, final battle, and last surrender. Is there
another area or field of the Civil War that you would like to study, then check out the pages below.
Although there are numerous related links on the majority of the pages, both
Northern and Southern perspectives for many of the topics and subjects are also presented, discussed, and thoroughly analyzed.
Thank you for visiting American Civil War Homepage!