Other sites and organizations
Links to other sites and organizations with connections to the Civil War:
Missouri Civil War Museum
The Missouri Civil War Museum, located in the historic Jefferson Barracks 1905 Post Exchange Building within the Jefferson Barracks Historic Site in St. Louis, Missouri, opened June 29, 2013.
The Missouri Alliance for Historic Preservation (Missouri Preservation) is Missouri's only statewide, non-profit organization dedicated to promoting, supporting, and coordinating historic preservation activities throughout the State. Find the endangered historic places list here.
Missouri State Historic Preservation Office
The Missouri Department of Natural Resources, State Historic Preservation Office website.
Civil War Trust
Civil War Trust, "Saving America's Civil War Battlefields". Take a look at the IN4 videos, short videos of basic Civil War topics. One of particular interest is entitled "Pronunciation" where you can learn the proper pronunciation of names, places and objects including the oft maligned “minee ball” which Garry Adelman says should be pronounced “minay” after the French inventor of the ammunition, Claude-Étienne Minié.
The Shared Heritage of Eastern Kansas and Western Missouri
Mid-America Regional Council (MARC)
The Mid-America Regional Council promotes regional cooperation and develops innovative solutions.
The Civil War in Missouri
The Missouri History Museum is collecting stories related to the Civil War in Missouri. The stories will appear on the new website, civilwarmo.org, as an interactive online map that visitors can explore.
"The most comprehensive resource for all things related to William Clarke Quantrill and the men who rode with him."
Josephine: Official Site of the QSCR
The Official Site of the Quantrill Special Collections Research (QSCR) and its sub collection, the "Quantrill Teachers Resource Collection".
Civil War Buff - The Civil War in Arkansas
"This website includes hundreds of pages so you can find out what happened in various counties during the war in Arkansas, Civil War stories about ancestors of current Arkansans, Civil War soldiers buried in Arkansas and information about several groups in Arkansas dedicated to recording, reenacting and studying our Civil War heritage in Arkansas." The Ozarks Civil War Sesquicentennial Weekly issues by Len Eagleberger are archived on this site.
The Center for Civil War Photography (CCWP)
The CCWP is a non-profit organization devoted to one of the most exciting and compelling areas of Civil War scholarship and discovery. New photographic finds from our nation's greatest conflict are still being made on a regular basis. Nearly every Civil War soldier had his photograph taken by one of the more than 5,000 American photographers active at the time, and a select group of documentary photographers took thousands of images on the battlefields and in the army camps, often in 3D.
Jackson County Historical Society - Regional History Events
Jackson County Historical Society shares its passion for history by promoting events, programs and other educational programs offered by the many wonderful historical organizations, groups, libraries and institutions in the Kansas City Region.
The 49th Missouri Volunteer Infantry Regiment
The story of one unit in the American Civil War - the 49th Missouri Volunteer Infantry Regiment.
Guide to Virginia Historical Resources
Featuring: - Museums and Historical Societies (includes Virginia Civil War Markers and Museum of the Confederacy) - Virginia Genealogy Sites - Virginia History for Kids - Regional History - A Few More Great Virginia History Resources
Bates County Museum and Blog
The Bates County Museum is located in Butler, Missouri. Established in 1961, the Museum is housed in the old Bates County Poor Farm which was built in 1915.
Civil War Traveler
Everything you need to plan your CIVIL WAR trips.