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Civil War Photos and Letters (5 Sites, 110 Hits) 10/10/2002 idowebsites
The scope of this ring is for Civil War pages that have photos, letters, and diaries from the Civil War.

 

 


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Civil War Reenactors (35 Sites, 363 Hits) 09/23/2000 idowebsites
Websites for the true Civil War Re-enactor who demands authentically styled, high quality performances.

 

 

 


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Army of Tennessee (4 Sites, 66 Hits) 09/06/2000 system2
This webring is devoted to the Confederate Army of Tennessee's units and history. And all those sites relating to it. Both Historical and Reenactor.

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Civil War Reenacting (6 Sites, 69 Hits) 10/27/2001 idowebsites
Websites for the true Civil War Re-enactor who demands authentically styled, high quality performances.

 

 


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Missouri Civil War Reenactors (2 Sites, 5 Hits) 03/18/2002 adoptable
In the Civil War, Missouri was a border state that sent men, armies, generals, and supplies to both opposing sides, had its star on both flags, had separate governments representing each side, and endured a neighbor-against-neighbor intrastate war within the larger national war. By the end of the Civil War Missouri had supplied nearly 110,000 troops to the Union and about 40,000 troops for the Confederate Army.  There were battles and skirmishes in all areas of the state, from the Iowa and Illinois border in the northeast to the edge of the state in the southeast and southwest on the Arkansas border.  Counting minor engagements, actions and skirmishes, Missouri saw over 1,200 distinct fights. Only Virginia and Tennessee exceeded Missouri in the number of clashes within the state boundaries. The first major Civil War battle west of the Mississippi River was on August 10, 1861 at Wilson's Creek, Missouri, whereas the largest battle in the war west of the Mississippi River was the Battle of Westport at Kansas City in 1864.

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Missouri_in_the_American_Civil_War

 

 




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