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These sites have so much to offer, it would be impossible to catagorise them!
If you know of any Confederate or Southern sites that are not listed here, please fill out an Add A Link form and let me know. All suggested sites will be reviewed for inclusion as soon as possible.
Heritage Preservation Association
Preserving Our Heritage
Immortal 600 Memorial Fund - The Immortal 600 Memorial Fund was estabished for the purpose of paying tribute to the Confederate officers who suffered and died in Union captivity at Morris Island, SC and Fort Pulaski, Savannah, Ga. We are currently raising money to pay for a commemorative marker on the unmarked graves of 13 of these brave men, buried at Fort Pulaski. We are working in conjunction with the National Park Service toward this goal. The marker is to be erected Spring 2000. Our site contains the details and a short explanation of who the 600 were.
The Patrick Cleburne Society The Patrick Cleburne Society site contains a mission statement of the organization, a brief history of its subject, Gen. Patrick Ronayne Cleburne, with membership information and an online application. Also a calendar of events is listed. Our society is non-profit and raises funds for battlefield preservation and the promotion and commemoration of Gen. Cleburne's achievements as a soldier and a private citizen.
Colonel Buchel's 1st Texas Cavalry Regiment - The First Texas Cavalry Regiment, also known as the First Texas Mounted Rifles was organized by the merging of the Third and Eighth Cavalry Battalions in May of 1863.
The Ninth Georgia Infantry, CSA - A site about one of the premiere regiments in the Army of Northern Va., and Longstreet's I Corps. Contains a brief history, a complete roster, some photos, casualty lists and first-hand accounts. This regiment took over 50% casualties at the Wheatfield, at Ft. Sanders (Knoxville), and at the Wilderness.
Emerald Guard, Company I, 8th Alabama Infantry - In Company I, 8th Alabama, the Emerald Guard, 104 of the 109 men were Irish-born, and the men wore dark green uniforms; their banner was a Confederate battle flag on one side with a full-length figure of George Washington in the center. The reverse was green, with a harp, shamrocks, and the slogans, "Erin-go-bragh" and "Faugh-a-ballagh."
11th Kentucky Cavalry CSA
Confederate Buff - This site contains Histories and rosters on the13th NC Inf Battalion, 27th NC Inf Reg. and The 66th NC Inf Regiment.
Hilliard's Legion of Alabama Volunteers C.S.A.
57th Regiment Virginia Volunteers - Shortly after Lincoln's call for 75,000 troops to suppress the "insurrection", Gov. John Letcher called for volunteer regiments, one of which formed was the 57th Regiment Virginia Volunteers.
Waul's Texas Legion-CSA - Waul's Texas Legion consisting of Cavalry, Artillery and Infantry, was organized May 1862 under authority given to Colonel Thomas N. Waul by the Secretary of War on March 6, 1862.
1st Maryland Battery Confederate States Army
1st. Louisiana Cavalry Regiment, C.S.A.
49th Georgia Volunteer Infantry Confederate States of America (CSA)
50th Georgia Volunteer Infantry Confederate States of America (CSA)
61st Georgia Volunteer Infantry Confederate States of America (CSA)
63rd Georgia Volunteer Infantry Confederate States of America (CSA)
Webmaster's note: The above pages (49th GA - 63rd GA Volunteer Infantry) by Mr John Griffin are the most complete, well researched regimental histories I have yet seen. Whether or not you are interested in these units, these pages are absolutely MUST see.
Third Kentucky Infantry, Company C
44th Tennessee Infantry The 44th Tennessee Infantry Regiment was first organized at Camp Trousdale, Tennessee, on December 16th, 1861. After the 44th suffered heavy losses at Shiloh, the regiment was consolidated with the 55th (McKoin's) Tennessee Infantry, a regiment which had also suffered heavily at that battle, and the two regiments were then reorganized and designated as the 44th Consolidated Tennessee Infantry.
4th Alabama "Roddey's" Cavalry
Colonel Buchel's 1st Texas Cavalry Regiment The First Texas Cavalry Regiment, also known as the First Texas Mounted Rifles was organized by the merging of the Third and Eighth Cavalry Battalions in May of 1863.
Company I, 11th Alabama Infantry Regiment C.S.A.
42nd Virginia Infantry Regiment
37th North Carolina Troops, Co. A
Mississippi Valley Brigade
12th Texas Volunteer Infantry
A Texas Rose - for civilian reenactors. Especially the ladies.
2nd Regt. Co.E. Virginia Infantry
27th Tennessee Infantry
21st North Carolina
Upstate South Carolina Reenactors
17th Virginia Infantry Regiment, Co. D, "Fairfax Rifles" - a family-oriented, non-profit organization established March, 1998 to educate the general public on the lives of ordinary American citizens, both men and women, of the period 1861 - 1865, preserve the history of the American Civil War, as it relates to the Commonwealth of Virginia and Northern Virginia in particular.
Virginia Division, UDC
General William Ruffin Cox Chapter UDC
Morgan's Men Association, Inc. Association of the Descendants of the men who rode with Gen. John Hunt Morgan, C.S.A.
Sons of Confederate Veterans
Confederate Territory of Arizona, Sons of Confederate Veterans, Colonel Sherod Hunter Camp 1525, Phoenix, Arizona
Gen. J.P. Anderson Camp #1599
Sons of Confederate Veterans, Florida Division, Inc.
Europe Camp #1612 SCV
American Slave Narratives
The Library of Virginia
Confederate States, Civil War Regimental Histories Directory
Historic Documents of the Confederacy
Valor in Gray
Genealogy Research Tools
Second Amendment Research Network
National Archives and Records Administration
Library of Congress Home Page
Z. Smith Reynolds Library Rare Books and Manuscripts
Archive of Thomas Paine Works
Civil War @ Charleston
Battle Flags of the Confederacy
Furman University: 19th Century Documents
The Papers of Jefferson Davis
The Trial of Major Henry Wirz
Southern Honor and Col. John Singleton Mosby
Stand Watie, the forgotten General
KIRCHNER'S MAP OF THE CONFEDERACY - 1863
Kirchner's Map of the Confederacy depicts the Confederate States of America during the War Between the States. Confederate Map created by George B. Kirchner in the style of a C.S.A. cartographer-artist living in 1863. Confederate Map is historically accurate and hand-drawn. The CSA Map is so reliable that one could consider this to be "The Lost Map of the Confederacy." It is the Historic First Definitive Map of the Confederate States of America.A Southern Mart Gift Shop Catalog:Conferdate Gifts-Baskets-Embroidery-Gifts from Mexico-Natural Soaps
Stricktly Southern gifts
Confederate Home Decorations
The Confederate Shoppe
Dixie General Store, Southern and Confederate Videos, Books, Flags, Bumper Stickers etc.
AAA Quality Civil War Art from Shenandoah Gallery
Valor in Gray
Ruffin Flag Co.
The Rural Citizen Book Store
Crown Rights Book Co.
Great War of the Confederacy
Dixie General Store
Dixie Perspective: The Rebboard for the Southern Minds behind Dixie
The Virginia Gentleman
Confederate States of America. Past, Present, and Future!
Confederate States of America Home Page
Rebyll's Confederate Homepage
The National Archives of The Confederate States of America
The CSA Lives!
Remember the Cause
The Nashville Rebel - Its all about the South y'all!
The Magnolias - Visit a Southern Plantation and meet a true Southern Lady
Dixielinks - Large Southern links site
CSA - The Old South - This site is dedicated to the Preservation of our Southern Heritage and our way of life.
Civil War in Newport News Va The Civil war in Newport News saw the birth of the modern day navy, and the first primitive forms of ariel reconnaissance. Today, Newport News pays tribute to this heroism of the past with historic homes, battle sites, fortifications, monuments and a extrcollection of personal artificats. The story of the Civil War is a story of the people. From the decorated generals to the eighteen-year-old privates. This is their role in Newport News Virginia in early April 1862.
The Civil War in Montana - ever wonder how the Fed. paid for the war?
Civil War Clipart Gallery
Civil War Page
Civil War Heavy Artillery
Civil War Artillery - Weaponry
Alton, Illinois - Civil War Era - Confederate Prison
MA Ryan, Co B 14th Miss Vol Inf CSA
Elmira "Hellmira" N.Y. Union P.O.W. Camp
Regiments of the Confederate Army
United States House of Representatives - 106th Congress
Dixie Perspective: The Rebboard for the Southern Minds behind Dixie
Museum of the Confederacy