Illinois in the American Civil War: By Melissa W. Calhoun. Very helpful resources if your Union Veteran served from Illinois
Kent Peterson's Home Page for the 28th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry
Mark E. Stull , Pvt, 14th La. Inf. (I will Love my Southern Enemies....I will Love my Southern Enemies...I will Love my...!!)
Military Veterans of the United States of Americia by Saundra Knowles. A BEAUTIFUL Home Page full of informative links to the Department of Defense, American Legion, Veterans Administration, Home Pages of the Armed Services and other sites.
20th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry (popularly known as the Harvard Regiment).
Oklahoma Newspaper Project and the Oklahoma Historical Society This is your entrance to some wonderful research facilities located in Oklahoma City. If you are really serious about finding research material from Oklahoma, THIS is the place to start. It requires a lot of reading and searching, but the results should be well worth your time. I would suggest that you first BOOKMARK the opening page and then print several of the following pages for future reference.
WE THE PEOPLE is one of the very top genealogical newspaper columns in the entire United States. Written each Saturday morning for The Daily Oklahoman in Oklahoma City by Sharon Burns, this very informative collection of family history is a "must read" if you are looking for a Oklahoma connection. This link features columns for the past couple of years.
If you are looking for Oklahoma Historical Research but do not have the time or ability....Contact Tally Fugate. He has a master's degree in history and knows the resources in Oklahoma City.
The Memorabilia Corner in Norman, Oklahoma, owned and operated by Henry C. Hensel. This site is a MUST SEE if you are interested in Oklahoma research. Henry has many genealogy books on Oklahoma and surrounding states. He has computer software and many different CD's. He also has maps, forms, and audio tapes. Henry has one of the most complete genealogical supply store in the Southwest. Go spend an hour at his site!!!
"Middleton Genealogy is My Hobby" by Pam Middleton Lee, Southern California Genealogist
"Sharyn's Genealogy Home Page" by Sharyn Marang Dana
"City of the Silent" by Joel Gazis and Lynn Sax
"Marge Reid's Genealogy Home Page" of Seattle, Washington
The Wafford Family Home Page by Debbie Wafford. A good friend with an Appanoose County, Iowa connection.
Southwest Oklahoma Genealogical Society (SWOGS),Lawton, Oklahoma
"Civil War Music Store" See and order CD's or tapes of authentic songs sung during the Civil War by Americans, both from the North and South.
Cumberland River Region of southeastern Kentucky This is a "living history" site with emphasis on the people from an area that most of America's ancestors passed through from the eastern shores. There is also a growing section on several Civil War units which had members from the region.
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