Home About Search Browse A-Z Complete Subjects List What’s New HelpCivil War Sites: A Travelers’ & Researchers’ Index to the Physical Sites of the Civil War The Civil War Sites index contains thousands of websites with information on physical sites and visiting physical sites related to the American Civil War including the Antebellum and post-Civil War eras (1820-1877). These websites were harvested by Naomi House and pulled from search engines, larger collections housed at universities, and cultural centers online. The websites harvested help users find specific locations to visit and experience the Civil War whether as tourists or researchers. The aim of this index is to make searching easy for every user. To achieve this I have often cross indexed websites under many different categories. No matter your search strategy you will find all related websites. search advanced searchBrowse the Collection by Subject Location Campaigns Tours & Scenic Byways Battlefields & Massacre sites, State By Date, Main Eastern Theater, Lower Of Metro DC area sites, Of Northern or Territory, City, Museums & Monuments, Seaboard Theater & Gulf, Main Western sites, Of Southern sites, Of Western Structures, Reenactments, Underground Theater, Trans-Mississippi Theater, Pacific sites, Scenic Byways, Appalachian Railroad, Original Structures, Rebuilt locals, Coast Theater Trail sites, Maps, Family Friendly, Cemeteries, Slave locations, Topography Handicap Accessible, Cost- fee v free Date People Industry Pre-Antebellum, Antebellum, Civil War, Military, Slaves & Former Slaves, Politicians, Cotton, Tobacco, Advancements, Post-Emancipation era, Post Civil War era, Celebrities, Regular Folk, Women, All By location, Slave Trade, Other By Year People By Last Name, Lincoln Industries Click here for index results on Where was Harriet Tubman born? Look under People -- Slaves &Former Slaves or Women Google Maps! Is there a memorial museum at the Battle of Antietam? Look under Location – Battlefields & Massacre sites Are there any historic byways in Maryland related to the Civil War? Look under Tours & Scenic Byways –Metro DC area Home Page- 1 Civil War Sites Index Naomi House
Home About Search Browse A-Z Complete Subject List What’s New Help About the Civil War Sites Index The Civil war Sites Index is an index of collected websites about places history buffsand researchers can visit that relate to the American Civil War. The websites are selected byNaomi House, the curator of the online index, in the spirit of other librarian selected collectionssuch as the former Librarian’s Internet Index. The collection includes WebPages collected from Phone: 202-662-0000 Fax: 202-662-1234online search engines, cultural collections, government WebPages and university collections Email:online. The index includes detailed tags for each website that indicate associated locations, firstname.lastname@example.org Website:people, dates, campaigns of the war, scenic byways and tours, and industries. All websites and www.civilwarsites.comtags are also represented on a comprehensive Google Map that can be accessed through the The Civil War Sites index is maintainedhomepage. by Naomi House, an MLIS candidate at Rutgers University, as part of the Civil The index is arranged using subject categories that can further be narrowed down by War Sites Indexing project for the classfacets. To search the index users can either search using the search box on the Home page, or Organizing Information. The goal is athe advanced search button on the Home page, or by narrowing down their search using the one stop index for students, researchers and history buffs interested in easilysubject categories and facets. The advanced search page allows users to select multiple criteria or accessed, free , in English and onlinefacets to search on and includes Boolean searching connectors ‘And’, ‘Not’, ‘Or’ and limiters such resources that would allow the user toas ‘has’ or ‘Does Not Have’. visit (either in person or virtually) American sites of importance in the Civil The top search bar is mirrored on every single page of the online Index so users can War era. It is updated biannually andquickly and easily navigate back to the Home page, About page, Search (which takes the user to current links are checked as well.the advanced search page), Browse (by high level categories) page, A-Z Complete Subjects list, a The index has six key areas it covers andpage that includes What’s New to the index, and finally Help page where users can search many sub-categories so that users canfrequently asked questions, search Help topics and investigate the Index’s qualifications. search by People, Places, Industries, War Campaigns, Dates, or by established It is my hope that users would include anyone with an interest in the Civil War, Tours and Byways. Each category hasspecifically interested in physical locations related to the Civil War and visiting them. This index many sub-categories which are organized into facets on the Advanced Search page.would not just be organized by date and location but could be expanded upon to include people Users can pick one limiting facet or manyand time periods or specific events and battles. My users would include students, faculty, history in order to browse and search for placesbuffs, and tourists. of interest to visit!About Page- 2 Civil War Sites Index Naomi House
Home About Search Browse A-Z Complete Subject List What’s New Help Civil War Sites: A Travelers’ & Researchers’ Index to the Physical Sites of the Civil War Advanced Search Screenshot Please select one or more facets below to view the subcategories. Select as many or few as you’d like. If you get no results try opening up your selections. Location Date Campaigns People Industry Tours & Scenic BywaysLocation People Date (1820-1877) Battlefields & Massacre Sites Underground Railroad Military Pre-Antebellum Battle Fields A-Z By State Confederates Antebellum Massacre Sites A-Z By City Union Civil War State or Territory By Time Period Slaves & Former Slaves Post-Emancipation State Today Topography Slaves Post-Civil War Territory During Civil War Period Waterways Freedmen By Year Range City or Town name A-Z Lakes Government 1820-1859 Museums & Monuments Erie Presidents 1860 Cemeteries Ontario Politicians 1861 Structures Other Lakes Lincoln 1862 Original Structures and Buildings Rivers Women 1863 Rebuilt or Reproduced Structures Mississippi Home-front 1864 Other structures Missouri Abolitionists 1865-1877 Reenactments Other Rivers Slaves Places that show what life was like Ocean By Location A-Z Places that reenact historical events Mountains By Last name A-Z Slavery Woods Infamous Slave Quarters Parks Abolitionists Plantations Hate Groups Click here for All by Last Name A-Z index results on Select Boolean Operator Radial Button Google Maps! AND OR DOES search NOT NOT HAS HAVE Advance Search Page- 3 Civil War Sites Index Naomi House
Home About Search Browse A-Z Complete Subject List What’s New HelpCivil War Sites: A Travelers’ & Researchers’ Index to the Physical Sites of the Civil War A-Z Complete Subject List Alphanumeric Order Policies: Symbols will come first, followed bySearch By Alphabetical Numeric Symbols Numbers, then Letters in Alphabetic order. Proper names will always have last name first, first name.A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Symbols will come in the order they appear on a keyboard. Only• Abolition Romanized characters will be used.• Abolitionists• Advancements (Industry)• Africa• African Slave Trade search advanced search• African-American• Agriculture• Alabama• Alexandria, Virginia• All People by Last Name• Alton, Illinois• Anderson, Robert• Andersonville• Antebellum• Antietam (see also Sharpsburg)• Appalachian Trail sites• Appomattox• Archer, James J.• Arkansas• Arkansas Post, Battle of Click here for index• Arlington, Virginia results on Google• Armistead, Lewis Maps!• Arms• Army• Atlanta, Georgia Policy Page- 4 Civil War Sites Index Naomi House
Home About Search Browse A-Z Complete Subject List What’s New HelpCivil War Sites: A Travelers’ & Researchers’ Index to the Physical Sites of the Civil War Advanced Search Users have a choice: either enter search terms using boolean operators in the main search box or use the advanced search questions in place of boolean operators. Quotations will search exact phrases otherwise the assumed connecter is AND. * either replaces a letter or can be used to truncate. search With all of these words With the exact phrase With at least one of these words Without the word(s) Results per page 1-10 11-20 21-50 50+ Date range 1820-1859 1860 1861 1862 1863 1864 1865-1877 Show by Relevance Subject Alphabetical OrderInterface Page Page- 5 Civil War Sites Index Naomi House
Home About Search Browse A-Z Complete Subject List What’s New HelpCivil War Sites: A Travelers’ & Researchers’ Index to the Physical Sites of the Civil War Maryland AND Virginia AND battlefield* search advanced searchRESULTS:1. Antietam National Battlefield Maryland National Parks Service Website historical dates associated: September 17, 1862 website: http://www.nps.gov/anti/index.htm subject headings/tags: places—battlefields--antietam; battlefields -- maryland; places—city--sharpsburg, maryland; date-- 1862; campaigns—main eastern theater—maryland; people—military—union—gibbon, john; people—politicians— presidents—lincoln, abraham; people—military—union—mcclellan, george b.; people—military—confederates– lee, robert e.2. Manassas National Battlefield Park Virginia National Parks Service Website historical dates associated: July 21, 1861 and August 28 and August 30, 1862 website: http://www.nps.gov/mana/index.htm subject headings/tags: places—battlefields--manassas; battlefields -- virginia; places—city—manassas, virginia; date—1861— July 21; date—1862—August 28-30; places—battlefields– Bull Run ; people—politicians—presidents—lincoln, abraham; people—military—union—mcdowell, irvan; people—military—confederates– jackson, thomas j. ‘stonewall’3. Fredricksburg and Spotsylvania County Battlefields Memorial Virginia National Parks Service Website historical dates associated: December 13, 1862, late April and early May, 1863, May 5-6, 1864 website: http://www.nps.gov/frsp/index.htm subject headings/tags: places—battlefields--spotsylvania; battlefields -- virginia; battlefields -- fredericksburg; date--1862; campaigns—main eastern theater—virginia; battlefields – chancellorville; date—1862; date—1863; date-- 1864Search Results Page- 6 Civil War Sites Index Naomi House
Home About Search Browse A-Z Complete Subject List What’s New HelpCivil War Sites: A Travelers’ & Researchers’ Index to the Physical Sites of the Civil WarCall # Tubman 1 ElectronicElectronicAuthor Washington PostTitle Road Trip: Harriet Tubman Birthplace [electronic resource]Imprint Washington Post online, Washington, DC, c May 2,2004Description: 1 p. : digital, PDF fileNotes: Preserved in the Civil War Sites Index. Harvested from http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp- srv/style/columns/roadtrip/maps/trip05022004.pdf on July 1, 2010 Map of a daytrip from the Metro DC area to the birthplace of Harriet Tubman from the Washington Post’s website. Mode of Access: World Wide WebHousian #: 123456789Author: Washington PostSubjects: Tubman, Harriet, 1820-1913 – Underground Railroad Underground Railroad Chesapeake Bay – Eastern Shore – Maryland -- United States Anne Arundel County – Annapolis – Maryland --United States Dorchester County -- Bucktown – Maryland --United States Dorchester County -- Bucktown Road – Maryland --United States Prince George’s County -- Mitchellville Road – Maryland --United States Prince George’s County -- Bowie – Maryland --United States Queen Anne’s County – Maryland --United States Talbot County – Maryland --United StatesRecord Surrogate Page- 7 Civil War Sites Index Naomi House
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