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Saturday June 30, 2001 11:52 AMAfrican American's in the Civil War
American Civil War: Alphabetic List of Battles
Andersonville Prisoner Lookup ~ This is the Macon County Chamber of Commerce, GA. page and they are proud to provide you with the ability to research information about prisoners who were held captive at Andersonville. The information is provided by the National Park Service. this is a slow loading page so be patient.Annapolis National Cemetery: New Hampshire Civil War Men buried there.
US CIVIL WAR NAVIES
Civil War Era National CemeteriesCivil War Generals Civil War Maps / Battles
Civil War Soldiers and Sailor System National Parks Service
Epsom, NH Civil War Soldiers: Listing by Regiment and pages of related material and photos.
Friends of the Florence Stockade: information concerning the Florence National Cemetery and the Florence Stockade.
How to Order Civil War and Pension Records
Library of Congress
List of Soldiers, Serving in Units from the State of New Hampshire, Executed During the Civil War by U.S. Military Authorities for whom Proceedings of Court-Martial and Military Commissions have been Filmed.
Local New Hampshire History <-> Genealogy
Milford, Hillsborough, New Hampshire: Milford Soldiers
Men from the town of Strafford
Merrimack Soldiers Fight for New Hampshire in the Civil War
Muster Roll from the George H. Chandler Camp #11, Sons of Veterans, U.S.A., was located Antrim, Hillsborough County, N.H. The Camp disbanded sometime around 1908. In 1922, 14 years after Camp #11 disbanded Sons of Veterans, USA the name of the Organization was changed to Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War.New Hampshire Governors Horse Guard
Newspaper Articles from New Hampshire papers During the Civil War
Northwood NH Historical Society Civil War Veterans 2/22/01
Researching Your Civil War Soldier 2/27/01 Very good site, a lot of information for reseachers
Resting Places of United States Colored Troops
Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War: Department of New HampshireThe Special Enumeration of Union Veterans and Widows History of the 1890 Special Census
Town of Rochester Muster Rolls
Transcription of Civil War Records of Amos Hastings of Sullivan County, NH.
USGenWeb Project New Hampshire
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