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Civil War Links

Please note that when you access the links below, you are preparing to exit the local history web site as maintained by the Shelby County Historical Society (SCHS).  While we welcome the opportunity to provide you with additional information on a particular topic, please note that SCHS cannot control the accuracy of materials created and maintained by other organizations.   If you want to link, or have suggestions for other research sites to include on this subject, please let us know.  We do welcome your ideas! 

 

The American Civil War 16th Ohio Volunteer Infantry Regimental Roster
Civil War Documents Searchable
Database

Searchable database maintained by the Ohio Historical Society.  Includes index to Ohio prisoners at Andersonville, etc. 
Civil War Web
This site hopes to offer to anyone (no matter what their level of interest in the Civil War), a community to 'call their own."   Authors, students, re-enactors, preservationists, etc., are invited to stop in for a virtual visit and share information.
Traveling Through Time The Shelby County Historical Society's archive of articles on local Civil War history.
National Register of Historic Places The Nation's official list of 70,000 cultural resources worthy of preservation.
Ohio Historical Society This web site contains thousands of informational pages and images documenting Ohio's history.
OHIOana Library The Ohio Public Library Information Network maintains an online catalogue/search index for prominent Ohioans - be they writers, musicians, and/or other artists.  Network is searchable by topic. 
Civil War History: How the Cotton Gin Contributed to the Civil War Many experts trace the deaths of more than 600,000 U.S. citizens on Civil War Battlefields to the cotton gin. This machine revolutionized the process of separating cotton from its seed, making it dramatically faster and less expensive to turn picked cotton into usable cotton for textiles.

'Civil War' segment written in July, 1998 by Rich Wallace

 

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