Missouri Passages: Missouri websites and the Civil War

Missouri websites and the Civil War

Interested in reading  more on the Civil War? Please visit the websites listed below:

Virtual Museum http://civilwarvirtualmuseum.org/

Ozarks Civil War, Community Conflict: http://www.ozarkscivilwar.org/   

Missouri Digital Heritage: http://www.sos.mo.gov/mdh/CivilWar/Resources.asp    

 Lee & Grant Traveling Exhibit: http://powersmuseum.com/exhibits/lee-grant.html

 The Powers Museum suggests the following websites for further information on Grant or Lee.

Robert E. Lee archival materials at the Missouri History Museum.

Robert E. Lee historical marker in St. Louis, Missouri.

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Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War – U. S. Grant Camp, #68 (in St. Louis).

U. S. Grant National Historic Site in St. Louis.

U. S. Grant’s home Hardscrabble (now part of Grant’s Farm attraction) in St. Louis.

U. S. Grant in Missouri as presented by Civil War St. Louis.

Listen to a podcast about U. S. Grant becoming a Brigadier at Ironton, Missouri in the Arcadia Valley.  For more on the Civil War in the Arcadia Valley including the Battle of Pilot Knob at Fort Davidson (now at State Historic Site), consult this link.

Trans-Mississippian Civil War Blog

Civil War in Oklahoma (Indian Territory)

Civil War in Arkansas

Arkansas Civil War Sesquicentennial Commission

Websites submitted by:

 Michele Hansford

Director of Powers Museum

Carthage, MO

417-237-0456

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