'Knowledge is of two kinds. We know a subject ourselves,
or we know where we can find information upon it,'
- Samuel Johnson, letter to Lord Chesterfield, Feb. 1755.
(Links pages predicted over 260 years ago!)
NOTE: Links related to a specific unit (regiment, battery, Navy, etc.) are usually listed on the unit's homepage. Links to other States homepages.
The following are of a more general nature, and don't fit within specific topics covered by VermontCivilWar.Org.
Please note that these are not my pages, and I do not regularly check to see if they are still there; if you have problems accessing one or more, please let me know.
Recommendations have come from students and their teachers or parents; thank you all!
A Historial Look At Firearms of the Civil War (courtesy of Court's Kids)
Abraham Lincoln Resources (recommended by Eric Powell)
Animated Maps - Civil War Trust
Anti-Slavery Society in Vermont
Civil War Lesson Plans
Civil War Reenactors Homepage
Civil War Resources - From a Soldier to A Veteran (Recommended by Ryan Sellers)
Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System
Civil War Transcriptions
Cyndi's List - best site for Civil War genealogy
Dartmouth College (Civil War)
FAQs, Civil War, Part I
FAQs, Civil War, Part II
From Wood Cabin to White House: An Abe Lincoln Timeline (courtesy of Robert & his teacher Ms. Holden)
Genealogy: The Complete Resource Guide (recommended by Debbie)
Guns & Other Weaponry from the Civil War
Interactive Civil War Maps for Kids
Interactive Sites for Education
Making of America Project (Cornell)
Making of America Project (Michigan)
Marlboro VT, Civil War Days
Message Board Portal
MHI Photo Databasae
Norwich University (Civil War)
Norwich University - Archives and Special Collections
Ordering Military Service Records
Pamplin Historical Park
Related Sites (NPS)
Signals and Telegraph
The Fourteenth Amendment (recommended by Libby)
Union Army Uniforms and Insignia
US Civil War Information
Vermont Civil War Hemlocks
Vermont National Guard Library and Museum
Vermont Old Cemetery Association