In memory of chief scout for J.E.B. Stuart. Killed at Brandy Station and buried in Va. Exhumed by Smithsonian in 2001, to be buried in hometown in Laurens,SC in 2002.
About Irish-born Patrick R. Cleburne, perhaps the best battlefield commander of the Confederate armies.
A detailed account of Gen. James Longstreet's famous scout. However, historians are still trying to piece together the mystery of Harrison and continue searching for clues as to his earlier life and his whereabouts after the Civil War.
Features detailed information about many of the major players in the American Civil War, including Belle Boyd, Jubal Early, Nathan Bedford Forrest, and Clara Barton.
Discussion of Gov. John Reynolds, 1788-1865 and his place among pro-Southern Northern politicians.
A brief biography of the Chief of Cavalry, Army of the Potomac, who started out in the West, later made a name for himself fighting Indians.
Honors Massachusetts Civil War soldier Hosea Orcutt Barnes and others, of Scituate, Hingham, Pembroke and Boston; photos of CW veterans' graves in Pinegrove Cemetery, East Pembroke, MA.
Commander of the Union Army of the Cumberland. Site includes chronology, photos, comprehensive bibliography, and articles.
Favorable evaluation of Bragg by Dr. Grady McWhiney of The Cincinnati Civil War Round Table
Life and service of Brig. Gen. Lewis Addison Armistead to both the U.S. and Confederate Armies. Bios on the General and his son, Walker Keith, as well as Regimental and other Armistead related information.