The War For Southern Independence

November 30, 2001 -- From Tim, a reader from Lynchburg, Virginia who is not affiliated with the site

How best to learn about the war than by reading articles written by many of the veterans themselves? This website contains many articles from the Confederate Veteran Magazine, a large selection of poetry related to the Confederate soldier and other useful information. The website is visually appealing and is not difficult to find the resources it contains.

Selected Civil War Photographs

November 30, 2001 -- From Tim, a reader from Lynchburg, Virginia who is not affiliated with the site

This government site has many clear photographs relating to the war. It is very usable for searching photographs and by browsing through the topics.

Shotgun’s Home of the American Civil War

November 30, 2001 -- From Tim, a reader from Lynchburg, Virginia who is not affiliated with the site

This website is a great overall website for learning about the Confederacy and the war. It has a wide range of information and is readable by most age groups.

37th Texas Cavalry (Terrell’s)

November 30, 2001 -- From Major Michael Kelley, CSA, a reader from Pascagoula, MS who is affiliated with the site

The primary resource on the Internet for the valid research and documentation of the role of Black, Hispanic, Native American, Jewish, and foreign born Confederate soldiers – the Forgotten Confederates. Information is properly documented without editorial commentary.