Civil War Links
www.civilwararchive.com/RNDTABLE/webtable.htm - Civil War Round Tables on the Web
www.civilwar.org - The Civil War Trust is devoted to the preservation of our nation's endangered Civil War battlefields.
www.moorecivilwar.com - Moore's Civil War Reference David Taylor Moore is the author of Moore's Civil War Reference, a day-by-day chronological listing of the American Civil War. It took over 10 years to complete and it contains 4,650+ landscaped pages. Get the CD for only $20 (includes shipping).
Wallace State Community College - Genealogy Department - Robert S. Davis is director of the Family & Regional History Program at Wallace State Community College located in Hanceville, AL. If you have a question or need help in locating information on Genealogy or family history, you can contact Mr. Davis via email: Robert.Davis@wallacestate.edu or by phone: 256-352-8265.
The United States Civil War Center - The United States Civil War Center at LSU provides information on the war as well as many other aspects of the war to including battles, generals, tactics, etc.
Coast Guard Historical Society - The Coast Guard Historical Society (CGHS) was created to provide interactive exhibits at historical events including living history displays and reenactments. In addition, this Web site is maintained to share information on historical events and personal stories from veterans regarding everyday Coast Guard life.
Coast Guard Historical Society, 9340 Helena Road, Suite F-205, Birmingham, AL 35244
National Archives - Resources for Genealogists
Tennessee Valley Civil War Round Table - TVCWRT in Huntsville, AL was founded in 1993 to provide a forum for non-partisan study, education, and discussion of the American Civil War. We serve Huntsville and the Tennessee Valley of northern Alabama and middle Tennessee.
The Alabama Historical Commission - The Alabama Historical Commission is the state agency charged with safeguarding Alabama's historic buildings and sites.
Civil War Photographs - Original Photographs from the Civil War
The American Battlefield Protection Program (ABPP) - The American Battlefield Protection Program (ABPP) promotes the preservation of significant historic battlefields associated with wars on American soil. The link above is a PDF report by the Civil War Sites Advisory Commission Report Update and Resurvey for Alabama.
Alabama Civil War Trail - Alabama Civil War Attractions and Sites.
Friends of the Hunley - News Articles - The Hunley continues to spark the interest and fascination of people world-wide. Below are a few of the many stories that have been written about the first successful submarine in world history, the H. L. Hunley.
1st Alabama Cavalry - More than 140 years ago, the story of the 1st Alabama Cavalry began. It began with a small cry from a minority. Their goal, hold true to the Union.
Heritage Auctions - Here's an interesting article giving details of a recent auction: http://www.ha.com/c/press-release.zx?releaseId=1859
The Alabama in the Civil War Message Board - This is a great place to go if you have genealogical or historical questions from the War period.
Brunswick Civil War Round Table - The Brunswick Civil War Round Table is located in Southport, NC - 30 miles north of Myrtle Beach, SC and 25 miles south of Wilmington, NC. Their mission is to help generate interest in the American Civil War by providing educational information about the war through their website and with speakers at regular Round Table meetings and special events. They also promote, encourage, and support the preservation of Civil War Battlefields.
Civil War Quiz - See how much you know about the Civil War! Take the Civil War Quiz
The National Civil War Naval Museum in Columbus, Georgia - The Civil War Naval Museum in Columbus, Georgia
Bristoe Station Battlefield Heritage Park - The Battle of Bristoe Station took place on October 14th and the Confederate defeat here led to the end of Gen. Lee's last major offensive campaign of the Civil War. This battle resulted in over 2,000 casualties.
Bristoe Station Battlefield Heritage Park is a newly created Civil War battlefield park and is managed by the Prince William County Historic Preservation Division. The Park consists of 133 acres and interprets two Civil War battles (Battle of Kettle Run, August 1862 and Battle of Bristoe Station, October 1863). Read the Botched Battle at Bristoe
American Civil War Forums - A forum for questions and discussions about the American Civil War.
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Birmingham Postcard & Collectibles Club
(contact) Bob or Carolyn Kolar
205-823-4405 or 205-979-7757
Meetings held third Thursday of the month
Trinity United Methodist Church
1400 Oxmoor Road, Homewood, AL 35209
6:30 PM Buy, Sell, Trade
7:00 PM Monthly Program