Check back periodically for new links and information. Don't forget the Speakers' links and Ancestor pages are updated each month. Warning! Browsing Civil War sites may become addictive. Be sure to set aside enough time to thoroughly enjoy your visit.
Other Civil War Round Tables
Jack Waugh, Ed Bearss, Pete Brown and the Sword of Forrest
On January 8, 2003, the sword of General Nathan Bedford Forrest visited the CWRT of Dallas. Read more about the Sword of Forrest.
CWRT Speakers' Links
Each month information about each speaker is added to this page. Find out about their books and other interests from the links below. These links contain a wealth of interesting information and insights.
Our Civil War Ancestors
Some of our members have presented information about their Civil War ancestors. These pages are filled with fascinating personal information about our family heritage.
Civil War Records and Books
This service of Broadfoot Publishing can locate service records, unit records, pension records and service certificates for Union and Confederate soldiers.
J.K. Street Letters
These letters, written by a Chaplain in the 9th Texas Infantry contain names, dates, battle accounts and other invaluable information related to this North Texas Confederate Infantry Unit. A complete roster of the Ninth Texas Infantry is included for reference.
Center for the Study of the American Civil War
The CSACW is an educational, non-profit organization, whose mission is to collect, archive and make available primary resources on the American Civil War to historians via Internet technology.
Edwin C. Bearss Tribute Trust
The proceeds from this fascinating biography of Ed Bearss, written by Jack Waugh, go to the Civil War Preservation Trust.
Daily News Updates
National Parks & Museums
The Pearce Civil War Collection
Grand Opening of Pearce Civil War Collection Museum
Navarro College, Corsicana, TX
Camp Ford, CSA
The largest Confederate POW Camp West of the Mississippi
Located in Tyler Texas
This site is sponsored by American Military University and A&E The History Channel.
Don Harvey's Site
This site contains extensive information on Michigan CW regiments and statistics.
Reenactor's Mission for Jesus Christ
Unique information and books on religious life in the armies
The Forrest Preserve
Information about Nathan Bedford Forrest
Civil War Gazette
Excellent educational site
Civil War in Miniature
Another great educational site
Earth Station 9
Over 4000 CW links; Check out the Texas links
Books, Quotes, Virginia History
Look through the Harper's Weekly archives and wood cuts.
Civil War Battles
Accounts of Numerous Battles
Civil War Official Records Sites
Includes both Army and Navy Official Records
Civil War Maps
This is an amazing collection of online maps from the U.S. Military Academy.
Civil War Maps & Charts by State
Another incredible collection of historic maps and charts.
(When you arrive at this link, enter keyword: "Civil War" and then submit query.)
Civil War Official Records in printed and CD form, plus other published records and recollections from the Civil War
Conferences & Tours
Library of Congress Sites
Civil War Music
American Civil War Society UK
CW songs and UK reenacting information
Music of the War Between the States
Lots of Civil War songs with a nice presentation of words and music
American Civil War Songs
Large list of songs
Songs of the Civil War
Short list of songs, but contains some historical background along with the words and music
Civil War Music Store
Featuring Authentic Music of the Civil War Performed by Bobby Horton
Civil War Art
Periodicals & Books
American Foundation Publications
Republished works from the Civil War Era
Books on the Civil War are frequently mentioned at our meetings. Take a look at our bookshelf for some great reading.
Reenacting Groups & Events
Annual Gettysburg Reenactment - Yearly in July
Gettysburg Reenactment Website
Calendar of Reenacting Events across the U.S.
The History Calendar
Civil War Camera
Photographs of CW Reenactments
140th Shiloh Video
Great Reenactment Video
Resource for Reenactors
Below are some fun family pictures and other scenes from Civil War reenactments.