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Where can I find primary sources?
Library of Congress Collections
Scroll to find the many Civil War collections available through the Library of Congress.
Civil War Artifacts from the Smithsonian Institute
Photographs of some of the Smithsonian's collection of Civil War Artifacts. Use this thumbnail icon for an overview of the contents in each section. Objects can be accessed individually by clicking the appropriate images.“See more,” a special feature on selected pages, will access additional information.
Civil War Trust
The Civil War Trust is the largest and most effective nonprofit organization devoted to the preservation of America’s battlegrounds. The text from several primary documents is available on this page, along with links to other primary sources.
Civil War Women Digitized Material
Letters and Journals from women of the Civil War. From Duke University.
Harper's Weekly Political Cartoons
Find political cartoons from Lincoln's presidency and from the Civil War.
Civil War Collections at Michigan State
Find documents and photographs in Michigan State's civil war collection.
This search page allows you to look for news articles from scanned newspapers.
Where else should I look?
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