Name of web site
Meiser's Rock of Chicamauga Page
|A long-time supporter of Thomas
and author of a book about Thomas which you find on his website.
|Civil War News
||Online version of hard-copy monthly magazine. Covers issues
of site preservation, coming events, reviews, letters, reenactment
|General George H. Thomas
||Dave Mercado's comprehensive source about George H.
Thomas, unsung architect of the Union victory. Mercado was the first to
launch a Thomas home page.
||Source of books about the Civil War, including the Broadfoot
Supplements to the Official Records which contain many reports omitted
in the original Official Records. In addition the site offers
"SoldierSearch" for ordering Civil War records and research.
|Civil War Archive
||Detailed information about lower unit
||By Roger Norton, probably the most user-friendly
of the Lincoln sites. More than 13 million visitors since 1996.
Civil War Round Table (UK)
||A group of British CW enthusiasts who often
astound each other and their contacts in the USA with their knowledge
of something that happened nearly a century and a half ago, yet which
is as much a part of popular culture in Britain as in
the USA. Puts out a regular "Crossfire" journal with lots of
CW period Maps
|The Office of Coast
Survey's collection of historic Civil War maps. Some of the later ones
of around 1900 from the War Department can be considered "secondary
||Southhampton is the County in
Virginia where Courtland is located. Thomaston, where Thomas was born,
is located just a few miles south of there.
|American Civil War Forum
|Moderated forum which permits
one to launch one's own blog. Tone of discussions "civil."
Dept. Of The Ohio
|Renactment and historical
society devoted to Rosecrans.
|The General George Thomas Project
Col. George L. Willard Sons of Union Veterans Camp of Albany, NY.
Takes care of Thomas' gravesite.
|The Society of the Army of the Cumberland
|On Facebook. Founder and
moderator Peggy Vogstberger.
||Comprehensive site about the
Civil War, with list of and information about every battle fought inthe
||A collection of Civil War period
photos, many of them of Chattanooga, Missionary Ridge, Lookout
Mountain, and Chickamauga.
|A massive, stringent, and
examination of Grant’s generalship and character in the Civil War, by
A. Rose. As much about Thomas and Sherman as about Grant since the
careers of the three are inextricably intertwined.
Historical Look at Firearms of the Civil War
series of articles and essays about the arms and ammunition used in the