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Pennsylvania Civil War 150

Pennsylvania Civil War 150

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Resources for Scholars

Scholarly resources are at the heart of PACivilWar150.com. With an extensive, ever-expanding collection of primary sources and insight into the lesser-known stories of the war, this Web site is a hub for provocative historical materials and deeper intellectual dialogue.

Have any scholarly work of your own that you’d like to share? E-mail us at editor@pacivilwar150.com for consideration of inclusion of your own narratives on our Web site. And be sure to check back often for more Civil War resources as PACivilWar150.com is continually updated with fresh content.

Resources

  • Civil War Veterans' Card File

    View images of Civil War Veterans' Card Files from 1861 to 1866 from the Pennsylvania State Archives.

  • Registers of Pennsylvania Volunteers

    Learn about the Pennsylvanians who volunteered to serve during the Civil War, including their names, ages, ranks, terms of service and more.

  • Guide to Civil War Records

    This guide offers researchers assistance in locating Civil War-era government records, manuscripts, maps and photos housed at the Pennsylvania State Archives.

  • PHMC Guide to Civil War Holdings

    Navigate the artifacts and documents from the Civil War in Pennsylvania with this inventory of the vast collections of the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission. In addition to materials from the Civil War, this guide also includes pertinent pre- and post-war items.

  • University of Pennsylvania in the Civil War

    This guide is designed to assist researchers in accessing the Archives' holdings related to the Civil War period. Included are administrative records, personal papers, and published works; these primarily reflect the operations of the University and the experiences of the students. Other records, those of alumni and their families, relate to Philadelphia during the war.

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