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Uniforms of the Conflict - Union and Confederate Soldiers, 1891, by U. S. War Dept., Washington, D.C.

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Great site for studying the Civil War

Center for Civil War Photography

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Susan Williams at Homeschooling ETC shares insights on "What is a Homeschool Unit Study?" ... and uses our Civil War Time Traveler as her example!

Civil War Unit Study

John Brown. In 1837, in response to the murder of Elijah P. Lovejoy, Brown publicly vowed: “Here, before God, in the presence of these witnesses, from this time, I consecrate my life to the destruction of slavery!”

Civil War Songs - Union - When Johnny comes marching home

Civil War Songs - Union - When Johnny comes marching home

Free #Copywork of the Gettysburg Address

Civil War lapbook

civil war little houses

We may use the printables of the famous people from the Civil War. Also includes worksheets (crossword puzzles) but probably too advanced for us.

Civil War lapbook

Women in the civil war were not allowed unless they were nurses. Four hundred women served in the war. Some historical records show that over sixty women were wounded or killed in the war.

Confederate Brigadier General Thomas Benton Smith from Tennessee was known for his southern charm.  His staff officers often begged him to share the many pretty women who were attracted to him because of his good looks and southern charm.  All that would come to an end at the Battle of Nashville when he was struck over the head by a sword after surrendering.  He would spend the next 47 years in an insane asylum.

We may use the printables of the famous people from the Civil War. Also includes worksheets (crossword puzzles) but probably too advanced for us.

Civil War Literature Based Study

Wife of Confederate General Thomas Jonathan "Stonewall" Jackson Mary Anna Morrison was born on July 21, 1831, in Charlotte, North Carolina, at Cottage Home, the plantation home of Reverend Robert Hall Morrison and Mary Graham Morrison. Her father was the first President of Davidson College in Charlotte. Friends and family called her Anna.

General Daniel Harvey Hill Portrait photograph taken early in the Civil War