Civil War Military Links

These links feature rare material, books, and various other documents about the Civil War. Each listing is alphabetized below by title. If you have questions or comments, please contact Piedmont Trails.

1st Alabama Cavalry

14th Colored Infantry Regiment, United States Army, Sutler’s Ledger 1864-1866 Troops were organized in Gallatin, Tennessee

Alton Prison Records Illinois

Andersonville Prison Camp-List of Prisoners Andersonville, Georgia database searchable via The National Park Service

Battle of Perryville Casualty Database also known as the Battle of Chaplin Hills-Kentucky

Boys In Blue Photographs of Illinois Civil War Soldiers at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum

Civil War Soldier Database by The National Park Service

Colorado Territory Civil War Volunteer Records 1861-1865

Confederate Rolls of South Carolina

Daily Dispatch-Richmond, Virginia newspaper archives 1860-1865

Delaware Roster of Union Soldiers

Georgia Confederate Grave Database This site also has listings for Alabama, Arizona, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, Missouri and South Carolina.

Georgia Confederate Muster Files

Johnson’s Island Confederate Civil War Prison Cemetery-Ohio

Massachusetts Civil War Research Center-searchable database

Michigan Civil War Records & Collections

Michigan Civil War Substitutes Database These men hired substitutes to fight on their behalf in Michigan

Kansas Civil War Militia Index

North Carolina Confederate Pension Applications

Oakland Cemetery Book of Confederate Burials February 1862-July 5, 1864 Fulton County Georgia

Ozarks Civil War Photographs by Trans-Mississippi Photo Archive

Register of Confederate Soldiers Who Died In Camp Douglas 1862-1865 Oakwoods Cemetery Chicago Illinois by United Confederate Veterans 1892

Rock Island Prison Register of Confederate Dead Illinois

South Carolina Newspaper Archives 1862-1866

The Civil War in Chowan County, North Carolina by Richard Dillard 1916

The Civil War in Missouri-many links containing data on Missouri and Illinois soldiers including photographs

The Valley of The Shadow-excellent site containing details from Augusta County, Virginia and Franklin County, Pennsylvania

Virginia Civil War Archives by Library of Virginia

Women Civil War Spies Of The Union by Lois Sakany New York 2004