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Below are a few links to sites related to the Second American Revolution.


The American Civil War Homepage is a categorized collection of C W links.

  is another such site.

If you have time, this is the Home Page of the Civil War Virtual Archive Webring

The Library of Congress' Civil War Photograph Archive .

Civil War Artillery Page.

American Battlefield Protection Program, includes topics such as historic buildings and Civil War Battle Summaries by Campaign

The Battle of Olustee, Florida, including both historical details and information on annual reenactments.  

Descendents of Civil War Soldiers can learn more about their history by joining The Sons of Confederate VeteransSons of Union Veterans, or United Daughters of the Confederacy.

There are also a number of "Living History" groups that research reenact battles as well as all other aspects of life during the War of Northern Aggression.

National Civil War Association

North-South Skirmish Association, Inc.

Authentic Campaigner is a page geared towards those who take their living history very seriously.

Societe d'Europe - U.S. reenacting group focused on the European influences on the American Civil War.

The Blue and the Gray -- Aussies getting in on the action.

Here's the web page for the 1st New York Volunteer Engineers.

42nd Georgia Main Page  An Atlanta-based group.

Dell's Leather Works specializes in equipment reproductions for reenactors.