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Massachusetts related Civil War websites.

Letter of the Civil War, Massachusetts
Civil War Boston
Massachusetts Civil War Research Center
Fort Warren, George's Island, Massachusetts
Fort Warren, CSN prisoners, a photographic Essay
Confederate Prisoners held at Fort Warren in Boston
Gallop's Island (Massachusetts) During the Civil War
Massachusetts Archives
The Massachusetts Historical Society
Quincy Historical Society, Mass.
Society Hill: Massachusetts Genealogy
Robert Gould Shaw Memorial (Mass.) Home Page
John H. Chipman, Jr. Post #89, Beverly, Mass., G.A.R. Hall
Hartsuff Post 74 Grand Army of the Republic Hall (Rockland, Mass., G.A.R. Hall)
Civil War Round Table of Merrimac, Mass.
Cape Cod Civil War Round Table, Mass. (New ISP)
Cape Cod Civil War Round Table, Mass. (Old ISP)
Gen. Nathaniel Prentiss Banks, of Waltham, Mass.
Gen. Benjamin Franklin Butler, of Lowell, Mass.
Gen. Joseph Hooker, of Hadley, Mass.
Gen. Grenville M. Dodge, of Danvers, Mass.
Sen. Henry Wilson, representing Mass. in the U.S. Senate & Chairman of the of the Military Committee
Colonel Robert Gould Shaw, of Mass.
Clara Barton (Angel of the Battlefield), of North Oxford, Mass.
Gustavus Vasa Fox, Union Assistant Secretary of the Navy, of Mass.
Colonel Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. (1841-1935), of the 20th Mass.
Holms' speech "In Our Youth Our Hearts Were Touched With Fire" (mentioning Col. Paul Revere, Jr. and his brother Surgeon Edward H.R. Revere, of Mass.)
Colonel Paul Revere, Jr., of Mass.
Springfield Armory National Historic Site, Mass.
Massachusetts cities and towns (For genealogy research)
Hartsuff Camp 50

Massachusetts Regiments / Reenactment Organizations.

1st Massachusetts Cavalry, Co.B
1st Regiment, Mass. Cavalry
2nd Massachusetts, Co.A
Second Mass Cavalry, Cal 100 & Cal Battalion Homepage
2nd Mass. Infantry (Gordon's Regulars)
2nd Mass. Volunteer Heavy Artillery, Co. G & H.
3rd Massachusetts Voluntary Infantry
3rd Massachusetts Cavalry, the Story of One Union Soldier, Private Bernard McKnight, 1838-1864
4th Massachusetts Volinteer Cavalry
5th Massachusetts Light Battery (Artillery), William Archibald Waugh's Reminiscences
5th Massachusetts Light Artillery Original Roster
5th Massachusetts Battery (E) Home Page
6th Massachusetts Light Artillery
8Th Mass. Volunteer Regiment Militia
9th Massachusetts Battery
10th Massachusetts Voluntary Infantry Regiment
The Tenth Battery, Massachusetts Light Artillery
The 10th Mass. Battery Association
11th Massachusetts Infantry, Boston Volunteers
12th Massachusetts Volunteers Regiment (Also G.A.R. Hall, Rockland, Tim Woodward, Olde Colony member)
13th Mass. Volunteers, Charles Francis Morse, of
The 15th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry
16th Mass. Voluntry Infantry "Iron Sixteenth"
18th Mass. Voluntary Infantry
19th Mass. Regiment, Reminiscences of the
20th Massachusettes Volunteers, Co. D & Sanitary Commission
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/20th_Massachusetts_Infantry_Regiment/
The Harvard Regiment, the 20th Mass Voluntary Infantry
22nd Massachusetts Voluntary Infantry
22nd Mass. Voluntary Infantry
27th Mass. Infantry Regiment
28th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, Co.A,C,& H
28th Mass. Volunteer Infantry
32nd Mass. Infantry, George Hale Nichols, of
33rd Mass. Infantry Volunteers
36th Mass. Volunteer Infantry
44th Regiment Mass. Volunteer Militia (Infantry)
52nd Mass. Infantry Volunteers, James K. Hosmer, of
53rd Mass. Voluntry Infantry
54th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, Co.I
54th Mass. Infantry
55th Mass. Infantry, Regimental History
55th Mass. Volunteer Infantry, History of
56th Mass. Regiment
57th Mass. Infantry, at Ox Ford
58th Mass. Volunteer Infantry
60th Mass. Volunteers, Co.K, Hiram Woodward's letter to his parents
Sumter Rifles, a Civil War reenactment unit with headquarters in Lynn, Massachusetts, and with members throughout New England
Mass Home Directory of Massachusetts Civil War Web Sites
Massachusetts Infantry Regiments
Other Mass Regiments
Massachusetts Civil War Rosters
Massachusetts Civil War Military Unit
Massachusetts Civil War Regimental Histories, artillery, cavalry & infantry
The Civil War Archive: Mass. Cavalry, Artillery & Infantry
Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States {MOLLUS} Mass. Commandery

We also include other Civil War websites.

Civil War Artillery
The Civil War Artillery Page (Chuck Ten Brink)
Causes of the Civil War (J.F. Epperson)
US Grant homepage (Candace Scott)
The Apotheosis of Robert E. Lee
Poetry and Music of the War between the States (Kathie Fraser Watson)
Civil War Preservation Trust
The Association for the Preservation of Civil War Sites (APCWS)
Navy Civil War chronology
United States Civil War (1861-1865) (Canadian Forces College)
Genealogy, National Archives and Records Administration
Main Street Gettsburg Home
Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War
Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States {MOLLUS}
US Navy History
eHistory.com Included Official Records
Official Records (via Cornell University)
Canada Civil War Association 
New York Times Historical Project, the Civil War Years 1860-1866
The Blue and Gray Educational Society
Heritage Pac
Civil War Message Board

New Discovery 8/8/2000: Raising Submarine H.L. Hunley

Hunley Photos and Links
Raising the Hunley, WCSC Channel 5, Charleston, SC Video, Photos and Full Coverage CNN.com--US--Civil War submarine brought to surface, Aug 8, 2000 
Friends of the Hunley
H.L. Hunley Submarine Recovery Information
H.L. Hunley in Historical Context
The Hunley ---- A TNT Original Film

Olde Colony Research Fellow and Artillery Chief, Bill "Fifth" Hickey,

billfifth@beld.net ,who also commands the 5th Mass. Light Artillery, sent the Webmaster a list of remarkable Civil War web sites he discovered, and would like to share them with Olde Colony members. Many thanks, Bill! Here they are.

America's Civil War magazine
American Civil War Resources in the Special Collections Department of the University Libraries at Virginia Tech
The Civil War Archive
Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System
Civil War Timeline
Civil War Times Illustrated magazine
Genealogy Gateway to U.S. Military Resources
General Officers of the Civil War
North and South Magazine
The Museum and White House of the Confederacy
Sons of Confederate Veterans
Tenth Regiment of Foot (Revolutionary War+) 
 
Military Historical Society Massachusetts
 

Posted by the Webmaster: Gordon Kwok
email address: gordoncwrt@gmail.com

Olde Colony Civil War Round Table
Dated: September 1, 1998
Updated: April 25, 2001
Updated March 2, 2009
 
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