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Practice[edit | edit source]

For more information on the history of the [ ], see the following:

  • Wikipedia article[ ], (accessed )
  • The Civil War Archive section, [ ] , (accessed 6 April 2011)

For more information on the history of the 1st Regiment Tennessee Heavy Artillery (African Descent), see the following:

  • The Civil War Archive section, [ ] , (accessed 6 April 2011)

For more information on the history of the Wallace Guard, see the following:

  • Wikipedia, (accessed 23 Dec 2010) article on the 56th Illinois Volunteer Infantry.
  • The Civil War Archive section, Wallace Guard, (accessed 23 Dec 2010)



Erie Canal[2]


  1. Wikipedia contributors, "Erie Canal" in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia at (accessed 24 June 2009).
  2. Wikipedia contributors, "Erie Canal" in Wikipedia:The Free Encyclopedia (accessed 15 April 2011).

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Maryland in the Civil War as it should be[edit | edit source]

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General Useful Books and Web Sites[edit | edit source]

US[edit | edit source]

Confederate Records[edit | edit source]

  • National Archives. Confederate Pension Records, gives information about records and where they are for each Confederate State.  Very helpful. 

Ohio[edit | edit source]

  • The Civil War Archive: Ohio, information is from A Compendium of the War of the Rebellion, by Frederick H. Dyer.
  • Ohio in the Civil War, by Larry Stevens. This is a research site providing detailed information concerning Ohio's contribution during the Civil War.  It contains extensive bibliographical material about Ohio's Infantry, Cavalry, Artillery and Miscellaneous regiments, as well as links to libraries and archives.  Bibliography for Ohio in the Civil War lists many Internet sites and print materials.
  • United States Army, Army Heritage Collection OnLine, has bibliographies of unit histories, Union biographies and Confederate biographies by name of soldier.
  • Military Units Formed in Ohio is a list of Ohio units sometimes with length of service or number of men in the unit.
  • Ohio Regimental Files, includes links to many digitized records about the Ohio Units, also lists other sources not online.
  • Northwest Ohio in the Civil War, Center for Archival Collections, lists books,Internet sites, and other sources, including an Ohio Civil War newspaper index and name list of manuscripts.
  • Ohio Civil War Roster, by the Ohio Genealogical Society, has a name searchable roster of Ohio soldiers. The section,,Ohio Civil War Genealogy Center, is by subscription. It includes additional online databases and rsources about Ohio in the Civil War.
  • Civil War Infantry Units, Ohio History Central, includes statistics on Ohio soldiers generally as well as specifically by regiment.
  • FamilySearch Digital Library Hardesty's historical and geographical encyclopedia, illustrated... : containing...maps of each state and territory of the United States, and the provinces of Canada...history of the United States, history of each state and territory of the United States...special military history of Ohio...Ohio's rank and file in the war of the Rebellion...

Official Roster of the Soldiers of the Sate of Ohio
Roll of Honor of Ohio Soldiers

16th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, 1861-1864 web site

45th Ohio Volunteer Infantry web site

48th Ohio Veteran Volunteer Infantry web site

51st Ohio volunteer Infantry, Company B web site

Company F 55th Ohio Veteran Volunteer Infantry web site

Sources[edit | edit source]

  • Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System has the information listed above and may have additional historical information. Searches can be made by name of a soldier or sailor. Information about cemeteries battles, prisoners, medals of honor and national parks is also included.
  • Ohio in the Civil War by Larry Stevens, includes brief histories of the regiments, bibliographies of regiments, and often lists of companies with their counties.
  • Ohio Civil War Genealogy Center, by The Ohio Genealogical Society, has a search for names of Union Soldiers in Ohio Units, a search for the surname in the Ohio Civil War Genealogy Journal, and a search of the index of the Society of Civil War Families of Ohio Roster.
  • Genealogy Insider, Civil War News Corral, posted by jamie

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Most Regiments were numbered. Some were named. See the table below for lists of the regiments, battalions, batteries, and unassigned companies.

Ohio Regiments[edit | edit source]

Ohio Units by Number or by Name
Union Units

Confed. Units