The records for Civil War soldiers and sailors are found at NPS.gov. The website also houses a comprehensive list of cemeteries, monuments and battles having to do with the Civil War. More »

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The National Park Service website contains a database featuring records of soldiers and sailors, including those that fought during the Civil War. These records contain information including names, ranks and dates of ser... More »

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The Civil War began on April 12, 1861 when the Confederates came after the Union soldiers in South Carolina at Fort Sumter. The last battle was fought in Texas on May 13, 1865. More »

The National Park Service website contains a database featuring records of soldiers and sailors, including those that fought during the Civil War. These records contain information including names, ranks and dates of ser... More »

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Individuals can find free Civil War enlistment records using a few different methods, including requesting the records from the National Archives or through searching a site such as FamilySearch.org. The National Archive... More »

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For over a century, historians estimated that 620,000 soldiers died in the U.S. Civil War. However, research published in 2012 states that the number is closer to 750,000. More »

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Get free Civil War quilting patterns at FreeQuilt.com, which offers downloadable instructions, materials lists and sewing hints. A free e-book about Civil War quilts and how to make them is also available at FonsAndPorte... More »

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